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Highway Traffic Act

R.R.O. 1990, REGULATION 620


Consolidation Period:  From September 1, 2006 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: 439/06.

Legislative History: 166/94, 439/06.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

1. In this Regulation,

“areas of high pedestrian use” means picnic areas, swimming areas, play grounds, sports fields, trails, walkways, boat launching areas, parking areas, visitor centres, park offices, comfort stations and other commonly used recreational facilities where there is a potential for conflict between pedestrian and vehicular traffic; (“zones à utilisation piétonnière élevée”)

“campground” means an area where camp-sites as defined in the Provincial Parks Act are operated. (“terrain de camping”)  O. Reg. 166/94, s. 1.

2. No person shall drive a motor vehicle on that part of a highway, other than the King’s Highway, lying within an area set apart as a provincial park under the Provincial Parks Act at a greater rate of speed than,

(a) in the case of those parts of highways set out in the Schedules, 70 kilometres per hour;

(b) in the case of areas of high pedestrian use and campgrounds, where signs are posted, 20 kilometres per hour; and

(c) in any other case, 40 kilometres per hour.  O. Reg. 166/94, s. 1.

Schedule 1

That part of the roadway known as Lake Traverse Road in Algonquin Park lying between a point situate at its intersection with the Sand Lake gate and a point situate at its intersection with the bridge over the Petawawa River at Lake Traverse.

R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 620, Sched. 1.

Schedule 2 Revoked:  O. Reg. 166/94, s. 2.