1 CHAPTER VIII TRAFFIC Division A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Obedience to Traffic Regulations Traffic Control Devices Turning Movements One Way Streets and Alleys Special Stops Required Miscellaneous Driving Rules Terminal Access for Interstate Trucks Restricted Use of Certain Streets Pedestrians Method of Parking Stopping, Standing and Parking Stopping for Loading and Unloading Only Parking Prohibited or Limited Penalties and Effect of Chapter Schedules of Designated Streets Referred to in Chapter [Speed Zone Schedules] Miscellaneous Traffic Regulation in Park Traffic Regulations in the Harbor District Operation of Unusual Types of Vehicles Creating Traffic Problems Parking on Public Street and Parking on Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities Traffic Regulations Within the Los Angeles International and Van Nuys Airports Establishment of Civil Parking Penalties CHAPTER VIII TRAFFIC Section Definitions. SEC DEFINITIONS.
2 For the purpose of this chapter the following words and phrases are defined and shall be construed as hereinafter set out unless it shall be apparent from the context that they have a different meaning. Whenever any words and phrases used in this chapter are not defined herein but are now defined in the Vehicle Code of the state, such definitions are incorporated herein and shall be deemed to apply to such words and phrases used in this chapter as though set forth herein in full. Department shall mean the Department of Transportation. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) Central Traffic District shall mean all streets and portions of streets described as follows: All that area bounded by the east curb line of Los Angeles Street, the south curb line of Pico Boulevard, the west curb line of Figueroa Street, and the north curb line of Cesar Chavez Avenue. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) The Central Traffic District shall also include Broadway Place from Olympic Boulevard to Main Street. (d) 2/25/79.) Commissioners or Board shall mean the Board of Transportation Commissioners. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. (e) Loading Zone shall mean that space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers or materials. (f) California Traffic Manual shall mean that book of traffic engineering standards and instructions formulated and published by the Department of Transportation of the State of California. Three copies of said manual, together with all approved amendments and additions, shall be kept available to the public in the Department of Transportation. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) (g) "Traffic Officer" shall mean a civilian employee designated by the Transportation Department to direct traffic at intersections or other places and to enforce parking restrictions. Employees of other departments may also be designated by resolution or ordinance as Traffic Officers but only for the limited purpose of issuing specified parking citations and abatement of public nuisance vehicles under the direction and control of the employing departments. Such employees shall be trained to perform their specified duties by the Transportation Department. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,240, Eff. 10/7/12.) (h) Parkway shall mean that portion of a street other than a roadway or a sidewalk. (i) Passenger Loading Zone shall mean that space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers. (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) Pedestrian shall mean any person afoot. Police Officer shall mean every officer of the Police Department of this City (None) (None) (None) (None) (None) (q) Whenever, by any provision of this chapter, the approval of the Council is required as to any action taken by the Commissioners or the Department, such approval may be granted by resolution or order unless it be specifically provided that such approval be given by ordinance. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) (r) "Parking Meter Zone" shall mean streets or portions of streets described and established by the City Council by resolution or ordinance as zones within which the parking of vehicles shall be controlled, regulated and inspected with the aid of parking meters. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (s) "Parking Meter Space" shall mean an area of space adjacent to and controlled by a parking meter upon any street or designated by lines or other markings, and of sufficient size to permit the parking of only one vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (t) "Parking Meter Space Number" shall mean a designated number installed upon the curb or sidewalk area, on a posted sign, or upon a clearly visible vertical surface immediately adjacent to a parking meter space for the purpose of identifying the space for payment at a parking meter. (Amended by
3 Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (u) "Parking Meter" shall mean and include any mechanical and/or electronic device installed within or upon the curb or sidewalk area adjacent to a parking meter space or spaces for the purpose of recording the period of time for occupancy of such parking meter space or spaces by any vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (v) Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facility shall mean any location, lot or space which is owned or leased by the City of Los Angeles and in or upon which the parking of vehicles is regulated, controlled or inspected with the aid of off-street parking meters, or signs erected pursuant to Section (Amended by Ord. No. 114,947, Eff. 11/30/59.) (w) "Off-Street Parking Meter Space" shall mean an area of space adjacent to and controlled by an off-street parking meter upon any publicly owned off-street parking facility designated by lines or other markings and of sufficient size to permit the parking of only one vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (x) "Off-Street Parking Meter Space Number" shall mean a designated number installed upon the pavement surface, on a posted sign, or upon a clearly visible vertical surface immediately adjacent to an off-street parking meter space for the purpose of identifying the space for payment at a parking meter. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (y) "Off-Street Parking Meter" shall mean and include any mechanical and/or electronic device installed within or upon any publicly owned offstreet parking facility area adjacent to or in the vicinity of an off-street parking meter space or spaces for the purpose of recording the period of time for occupancy of such off-street parking meter space or spaces by any vehicle. (Added by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (z) Trailer shall mean a vehicle without motive power designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle, and to be used for human habitation, or for carrying persons or property, including but not limited to a trailer coach or house trailer. (Added by Ord. No. 113,890, Eff. 8/15/59.) (z-1) Semitrailer shall mean a trailer drawn by a motor vehicle and so constructed that some part of its weight and that of its load rests upon or is carried by another vehicle. (Added by Ord. No. 150,482, Eff. 2/9/78.) (z-2) Construction vehicle shall mean any vehicle used primarily off the street or highway for construction purposes. (Added by Ord. No. 148,582, Eff. 8/18/76.) DIVISION A OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC REGULATIONS Section Duties of Officers Arrest Authority Obedience to Officers Direction of Traffic Traffic Control at Commercial Filming Sites Governmental Vehicles Exemptions to Certain Vehicles Parking Control Administrative Procedures for Violations of Section 62.61, Work Within or on a Public Street or Right-of-way, Obstruction of a Public Street or Rightof-way, Peak Traffic Hours Restrictions. SEC DUTIES OF OFFICERS. Police Officers and Traffic Officers are hereby authorized to direct all traffic by voice, hand or signal whenever and wherever necessary in the interest of safety or to expedite the flow of traffic. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) SEC ARREST AUTHORITY. (Amended by Ord. No. 176,840, Eff. 9/4/05.) Every Traffic Officer of the Transportation Department shall have the power, authority and immunity of a public officer or employee, as set forth in the Penal Code of the State of California, Section 836.5, to make arrests without a warrant whenever he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has in his or her presence committed a violation of any criminal regulation set forth in Chapter VIII of the Municipal Code and the following sections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code:
4 12.21 A A A C.1.(g) (e) (d) E I with respect to storm drain systems and waters of the State or is a violation of State of California Penal Code Section 556 or The provisions of Penal Code Section regarding issuance of a written promise to appear shall be applicable to arrests authorized herein. SEC OBEDIENCE TO OFFICERS. No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order, direction or signal of a Police Officer or Traffic Officer. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code, violation of this section is an infraction. (Added by Ord. No. 153,590, Eff. 5/11/80.) SEC DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC. No person other than a Police Officer, a person deputized by the Chief of Police, a Traffic Officer, or an off duty or retired police officer authorized under the provisions of Section shall direct or attempt to direct traffic by voice, hand or other signal, provided however, that a member of the Fire Department, wearing the badge or insignia of a fire fighter and acting in the course of his or her duties, may direct traffic to protect the personnel and equipment of the Fire Department. Persons may operate, when and as herein provided, any mechanical push button signal erected pursuant to this chapter. (Amended by Ord. No. 164,340, Eff. 2/20/89.) SEC TRAFFIC CONTROL AT COMMERCIAL FILMING SITES. (Added by Ord. No. 164,340, Eff. 2/20/89.) A. Permit to Engage in Crowd and Traffic Control. The Chief of Police shall establish rules and regulations which shall govern the control of traffic and crowds on public property by retired and off-duty Los Angeles Police Officers employed by a person holding a valid permit pursuant to Section of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. Pursuant to said rules and regulations, the Chief of Police or his or her designee, in his or her discretion, may authorize and grant a permit to off-duty and retired Los Angeles Police Officers to engage in traffic and crowd control on public property. Said permits shall be limited to performance of traffic and crowd control at those times and places authorized in the permit issued pursuant to Section et seq. of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. B. Revocation, Suspension Or Denial Of Permits. A permit provided for in this section may be revoked, suspended, or denied for any of the following reasons: 1. violation of applicable law; or 2. violation of any rule or regulation adopted hereunder; or 3. upon a finding of inability, lack of necessary expertise, or willful or negligent failure to properly and safely perform the duties for which the permit is granted. C. Notice And Hearing. No permit issued or applied for pursuant to this section shall be revoked, suspended, or denied until a hearing is held by a Deputy Chief of Police appointed by the Chief of Police to conduct such hearing. Service of notices and the conduct of the hearing shall be in conformance with the requirements of Sections and of the L.A.M.C. SEC GOVERNMENTAL VEHICLES. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to the driver of any vehicle owned by or used in the service of the United States Government, this State, any county or city, except as otherwise permitted in this chapter.
5 SEC EXEMPTIONS TO CERTAIN VEHICLES. (Amended by Ord. No. 181,585, Eff. 3/30/11.) The provisions of this chapter regulating the operation, parking and standing of vehicles shall not apply to any Police or Fire Department vehicle, or any public ambulance or any public utility vehicle, or any private ambulance, which public utility or private ambulance has qualified as an authorized emergency vehicle, when any vehicle mentioned in this section is operated in the manner specified in the Vehicle Code in response to an emergency call. Nor shall the provisions of this chapter regulating the operation, parking and standing of vehicles apply to any vehicle or cart of the Transportation Department while used by a Traffic Officer, or of the Los Angeles Police Department while used by a law enforcement officer, in the performance of such person's official duties. of others. The foregoing exemptions shall not, however, protect the driver of any such vehicle from the consequences of his or her willful disregard of the safety The provisions of this chapter regulating the parking or standing of vehicles shall not apply to any vehicle of a City department or public utility while necessarily in use for construction or repair work, or while engaged in the collection of garbage or noncombustible rubbish, where compliance therewith would obstruct such operation, or any vehicle owned by the United States while in use for the collection, transportation or delivery of United States mail, or to any vehicle owned and operated by the Department of Defense during periods of proclaimed national emergency. (d) Pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section , Los Angeles Police Officers are authorized to deploy and operate three-wheeled electric vehicles/carts on public sidewalks during the course of their employment. SEC PARKING CONTROL. (Amended by Ord. No. 168,783, Eff. 7/12/93, Oper. 7/1/93.) Traffic Officers are hereby authorized to issue parking citations as provided in Division 17, Article 3 of the Vehicle Code and to perform other related duties as may be required by the General Manager, Department of Transportation. Members of the Fire Department are hereby authorized to issue parking citations as provided in Division 17, Article 3 of the Vehicle Code when an illegally parked vehicle blocks access to a fire hydrant, obstructs access to or from a fire station, or occupies a designated fire lane. The Department is hereby authorized to conduct administrative investigations of parking citations and administrative hearings in accordance with Division 17, Article 3 of the Vehicle Code. SEC ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF SECTION 62.61, WORK WITHIN OR ON A PUBLIC STREET OR RIGHT-OF-WAY, OBSTRUCTION OF A PUBLIC STREET OR RIGHT-OF-WAY, PEAK TRAFFIC HOURS RESTRICTIONS. (Added by Ord. No. 178,104, Eff. 1/9/07.) Service Procedures for Issuing Administrative Citations. 1. An administrative citation in a form approved by the City may be issued to the responsible party by an enforcement officer for violations of those sections set forth in Section of the Los Angeles Municipal Code in the following manner: (i) Personal Service of Administrative Citation. In any case where an administrative citation is issued to an individual, corporation, or a business, the enforcement officer shall attempt to: A. Locate the individual, corporation or business and serve the administrative citation to the responsible person or party. B. Obtain on the administrative citation the signature of the person in violation of this code, or in cases in which the violation of this code is by a corporation or business, the signature of the responsible person or party. C. If the responsible person or party served refuses or fails to sign the administrative citation, the failure or refusal to sign shall not affect the validity of the citation or of subsequent proceedings. 2. Service of Citation by Mail. If the enforcement officer is unable to locate the responsible person for the violation, the administrative citation shall be mailed to the responsible person by certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested. Simultaneously, the same notice may be sent by regular mail. If a notice sent by certified mail is returned unsigned, then service shall be deemed effective pursuant to regular mail, provided the notice that was sent by regular mail is not returned. 3. Service of Citation by Posting Notice. If the enforcement officer does not succeed in serving the responsible party personally, or by certified
6 mail or regular mail, the enforcement officer shall post the administrative citation on any real property within the City in which the City has knowledge that the responsible party has a legal interest, and that posting shall be deemed effective service. 4. Service of Citation by Publication. If the enforcement officer does not succeed in serving the responsible party personally by certified mail or regular mail, and the City is not aware that the responsible party has a legal interest in any real property within the City, the enforcement officer shall cause the administrative citation to be published in a newspaper likely to give actual notice to the responsible party. The publication shall be once a week for four successive weeks in a newspaper published at least once a week. Contents of Administrative Citations. Administrative citations shall contain all of the following information: 1. The date and location of the violation and the approximate time the violation was observed; 2. The code section violated and a description of how the section was violated; 3. The action required to correct the violation; 4. The consequences of failing to correct the violation; 5. The amount of penalty imposed for the violation; 6. Information regarding the procedure to contest the citation; 7. The signature of the enforcement officer and the signature of the responsible person if that person can be located and will sign the citation, as set forth in this section. Satisfaction of Administrative Citation. 1. Upon receipt of a citation, the responsible party shall either: (i) Pay the Penalty. Payment of the penalty waives the responsible party's right to the administrative hearing and appeal process pursuant to Paragraph (iii), below; or (ii) Remedy the Violation. If the violation is of a nature that it can be remedied, and the responsible party remedies it within the time indicated on the citation, upon providing proof of correction to the enforcement officer the responsible party shall pay only the administrative reimbursement portion of the penalty; or (iii) Request an Administrative Hearing. If the responsible party chooses to contest the citation, the party shall do so no later than 15 calendar days, excluding weekends and holidays, after service of the citation. The request shall be submitted in writing as directed on the citation and shall include a statement of reasons why the citation is being contested. The request shall be accompanied by a deposit in the full amount of the penalty, inclusive of the administrative reimbursement portion, or written proof of financial hardship, which at a minimum must include tax returns, financial statements, bank account records, salary records or similar documentation demonstrating that the responsible party is unable to deposit the penalty. A hearing will not be scheduled unless the full amount of the penalty is deposited, or the City finds the responsible party financially unable to do so and waives the deposit requirement. In the event the responsible party fails or refuses to select and satisfy any of the alternatives set forth in Paragraphs (i), (ii) or (iii) above, then the penalty shall be immediately due and owing to the City and may be collected in any manner allowed by law for collection of a debt. Commencement of an action to collect the delinquent penalty shall not preclude issuance of additional citations to the responsible party should the violations persist. (d) Administrative Hearings and Appeal Process. 1. Pre-hearing Dismissal of Citation. The City may dismiss an administrative citation at any time if it is determined to have been issued in error, in which event any deposit made shall be refunded. 2. Time for Administrative Hearing. The administrative hearing shall be scheduled no later than 90 days after receipt of the request for a hearing to contest the citation. The responsible party will be notified in writing at least ten days prior to the date of the hearing by first class mail of the date and time of the hearing. 3. Appointment of Administrative Hearing Officer. The hearing shall be conducted by an Administrative Hearing Officer appointed by the City to perform hearings. 4. Request for Continuance of Hearing. The responsible person may request one continuance of the hearing, but in no event may the hearing begin later than 90 days after receipt of the request for hearing from the responsible person. 5. Failure to Attend Administrative Hearing. The individual to whom an administrative citation is issued, or that person's representative, may
7 attend the hearing in person, or in lieu of attending may submit an Appearance by Written Declaration on a form provided by the City for that purpose. (i) If the cited individual or his or her representative fails to attend the scheduled hearing, or fails to submit an Appearance by Written Declaration on the form provided by the City for that purpose, he or she shall be deemed to have waived his or her right to an administrative hearing. Under these circumstances, the Administrative Hearing Officer shall dismiss the challenge to the administrative citation, and shall issue a written notice to that effect. An individual whose challenge to an administrative citation is dismissed under this section shall be deemed not to have availed himself or herself of the right to an administrative hearing as provided in this chapter. (ii) An individual who has been issued an administrative citation and who has requested an administrative hearing to challenge the citation as provided in this chapter may request in writing that his or her challenge to the citation be dismissed and the hearing canceled. Upon receipt of a request to dismiss a challenge to the administrative citation, the City shall cancel the pending hearing, and issue a written notice to that effect. Any individual who requests the dismissal of a challenge to an administrative citation under this section shall be deemed never to have availed himself or herself of the right to an administrative hearing as provided in this chapter. 6. Procedures at Administrative Hearing. Administrative hearings are informal, and formal rules of evidence and discovery do not apply. Each party shall have the opportunity to present evidence in support of his or her case and to cross-examine witnesses. The City bears the burden of proof at an administrative hearing to establish a violation. The citation is prima facie evidence of the violation and the enforcement officer who issued the citation is not required to participate in the hearing. The Administrative Hearing Officer shall use preponderance of the evidence as the standard of evidence in deciding the issues. Evidence shall be submitted under penalty of perjury. 7. Decision of Administrative Hearing Officer. At the conclusion of the hearing or within 15 days thereafter, the Administrative Hearing Officer shall render a decision as follows: (i) Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued occurred, and impose a fine in the amount set forth in the penalty schedule, inclusive of the administrative reimbursement portion, and if the violation has not been corrected as of the date of the hearing, order correction of the violation; or (ii) Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued occurred, but that the responsible party has introduced credible evidence of mitigating circumstances warranting imposition of a lesser penalty than that prescribed in the penalty schedule, or no penalty at all, and impose a lesser fine, if any, and if the violation has not been corrected as of the date of the hearing, order that the violation be corrected; or (iii) code. Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued did not occur or that the condition did not constitute a violation of the 8. Issuance of Administrative Order. The Administrative Hearing Officer shall issue a written decision entitled "Administrative Order" no later than 15 days after the date on which the administrative hearing concludes. The Administrative Order shall be served upon the responsible person by first class mail, or if that method fails, by any one of the other methods set forth in this section. The Administrative Order shall become final on the date of mailing or other service, and shall notify the responsible person of his or her right to appeal as provided below in this section. The Administrative Order shall also (i) either set a deadline for compliance with its terms, in the event that the responsible person fails to file an appeal, in no event less than 20 days from the date of mailing or other service, or (ii) if the hearing officer determines as described in Subdivisions 7.(ii) or 7.(iii) immediately above, and the responsible party has deposited the penalty with the City, order a partial or full refund of the deposit. 9. Appeal to Administrative Order. Within 20 days after mailing or other service of the Administrative Order to the responsible person, he or she may seek review of the Administrative Order by filing a notice of appeal with the Superior Court, pursuant to California Government Code Section The responsible person shall serve upon the City Clerk either in person or by first-class mail a copy of the notice of appeal. If the responsible person fails to timely file a notice of appeal, the Administrative Order shall be deemed final. 10. Failure to Comply With Administrative Order. Failure to comply with an Administrative Order directing the abatement of a continuing violation is a misdemeanor. In that event, or if the City prevails in an appeal of an Order to the Superior Court pursuant to Subdivision 9. above, and the responsible person fails to comply with the Administrative Order, the City may file a criminal misdemeanor action against the responsible person. Filing a criminal misdemeanor action does not preclude the City from using any other legal remedy available to gain compliance with the Administrative Order. For purposes of this Subdivision 10., the term "continuing violation" shall mean a single, ongoing condition or activity in violation of the Los Angeles Municipal Code. DIVISION B TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES Section Traffic Control Devices Powers and Duties of the Department Traffic Control Devices and Other Signs Remove or Discontinuance.
8 Traffic Control Devices Hours of Operation Installation of Traffic Signals Department to Install Traffic Markings Removal of Unauthorized Signs, Signals, and Lights Flashing Lights Interference with Traffic Signals Off-center Lane Movement Establishment Temporary Traffic Controls Charges for Providing Traffic Control and for Installation and Relocation of Parking and Traffic Control Devices Signs Required Right Turns at Signal Controlled Intersections Double Lines Speed Zoning on Other than State Highways Speed Zoning on Streets Adjacent to a Children s Playground. SEC TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE DEPARTMENT. Authorized Installations. Whenever by any provision of this chapter, the Department is authorized to install any traffic control devices, and such authority is made dependent upon a determination of the need therefor, it shall be the duty of the Department to make such determination only upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and traffic investigations and in accordance with such standards, limitations and rules as are hereinafter in this chapter laid down with reference to the particular kind of installation under consideration. Directed Installations. It shall be the duty of the Department to install traffic control devices at a particular location, whenever directed to do so by any provision of this chapter or by any ordinance of this city. Installations Essential to Effectiveness of Traffic Laws. Whenever any traffic laws of this state, or any traffic regulations set forth in this chapter, requires for its effectiveness that traffic control devices be installed to give notice to the public of the operation or application of such law or regulations, the Department is hereby authorized to install the necessary devices, subject to any limitations or restrictions set forth in the law or regulation involved. (d) Additional Installations. Subject to the requirements of Subsection of this section, the Department is hereby authorized to install such additional traffic control devices, not expressly provided for in this chapter, as it determines are necessary to regulate, warn, or guide traffic, and to remove such devices when it determines that they are no longer necessary to regulate, warn, or guide traffic. In addition to traffic control devices, the Department is authorized to install certain signs relating to public safety, providing such signs are approved by the Department of Public Works as provided in Section and provided further that no such signs shall conflict with or detract from any traffic control devices. The Department is also authorized to remove any such sign. (Amended by Ord. No. 156,852, Eff. 8/1/82.) (e) Authority of the Department Exclusive. No officer, board or department of this City other than the Department of Transportation and no private agency or person, shall install, place, maintain, or remove any traffic control device or other type of sign within the purview of this chapter except as provided in this chapter. (Amended by Ord. No. 156,852, Eff. 8/1/82.) (f) (g) Install. Authority to install, as the term is used in this chapter, includes authority to cause to be installed. Remove. Authority to remove, as the term is used in this chapter, includes authority to cause to be removed. SEC TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES AND OTHER SIGNS REMOVE OR DISCONTINUANCE. The Department is hereby authorized to remove, relocate or discontinue the operation of any traffic control device, or sign, not specifically required by State law or by this chapter whenever it shall determine in any particular case that the conditions which warranted or required the installation no longer exists or obtain. (Title and section, Amended by Ord. No. 156,852, Eff. 8/1/82.) SEC TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES HOURS OF OPERATION. The Department shall determine, in accordance with traffic conditions prevailing at any particular location, the hours and days during which any official traffic control device shall be in operation or be in effect. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC INSTALLATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) The Department shall install and maintain official traffic signals at those intersections and other places where traffic conditions are such as to require that the flow of traffic be alternately interrupted and released in order to prevent or relieve traffic congestion or to protect life or property from exceptional hazard.
9 The Department is hereby authorized to ascertain and determine the locations where such signals are required by resort to field observations, traffic counts and other traffic information as may be pertinent, and its determinations therefrom shall be made in accordance with those traffic engineering and safety standards and instructions set forth in the California Traffic Manual. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) SEC DEPARTMENT TO INSTALL TRAFFIC MARKINGS. The Department shall mark center lines, lane lines, symbols and words and install raised devices or other devices upon the surface of the pavement to indicate the course to be travelled by vehicles at any place where the Department determines that such markings or devices are necessary for the orderly and safe movement of traffic. Such markings and installations shall be made consistent with state law and in accordance with those standards and methods set forth in the California Traffic Manual. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) SEC REMOVAL OF UNAUTHORIZED SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND LIGHTS. The Department may, without notice, remove every unofficial sign, signal or device placed, maintained or displayed upon any City street contrary to the provisions of the Vehicle Code or of this chapter. (Amended by Ord. No. 156,852, Eff. 8/1/82.) SEC FLASHING LIGHTS INTERFERENCE WITH TRAFFIC SIGNALS. (Amended by Ord. No. 146,628, Eff. 11/25/74.) No person shall erect or maintain any electric sign or similar device that interferes with the visibility of any traffic control or warning signal. This section shall not apply to lights used to identify public fire alarm boxes. All flashing lights shall comply with existing traffic codes pertaining to the interference with traffic signals. SEC OFF-CENTER LANE MOVEMENT ESTABLISHMENT. The Department is hereby authorized to install signs or markers temporarily designating lanes to be used by traffic moving in a particular direction on any street, regardless of the center lane of that street or markings thereon, whenever it determines that such designation will promote the orderly movement of traffic or reduce congestion. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROLS. Upon those streets or at those locations where the Department determines that an unusual hazard exists to life or property, or that unusual congestion or impedance to traffic movement exists or is likely to occur, the Department shall install such traffic control devices as are required by its findings to control such hazard, congestion or impedance to traffic movement. Such devices shall be effective for a period not to exceed 30 days and shall be appropriately marked temporary. Temporary traffic signs (No Parking) may further be marked Commercial Vehicles with Use Permit Exempt when the Department determines the need for such control in conjunction with a use permit for filming in accordance with Los Angeles Administrative Code Chapter 13, Article 8, Division 22. (Amended by Ord. No. 157,503, Eff. 4/21/83.) SEC CHARGES FOR PROVIDING TRAFFIC CONTROL AND FOR INSTALLATION AND RELOCATION OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES. (Amended by Ord. No. 170,880, Eff. 3/1/96.) Upon notice of City authorization to temporarily close, in whole or in part, a public street or to withdraw that public street from public use for a period of time, or upon a determination by the Department of Transportation that traffic control is required on a temporary basis due to anticipated congestion caused by a particular event (such as a commercial or ceremonial parade, street closure, athletic event, concert or festival) or upon a request to the Department of Transportation with respect to matters involving the use of streets, the Department may install, maintain, relocate, and/or remove parking and/or traffic control devices or provide traffic control, in a manner and at a level sufficient to protect the public safety, as determined by the Department. In providing such service the City shall be reimbursed for the costs of provision as follows: In each such instance except as otherwise provided in Subsections (e) and (f), the Department of Transportation shall charge and collect the total costs of Departmental work, services, and materials provided in the case of: 1. Installation, maintenance, and removal, plus replacement for loss, or for repair of damage to any parking and/or traffic control devices, including, but not limited to, temporary signs; and 2. Placing, temporarily relocating, or removing permanent parking and/or traffic control devices.
10 Prior to the Department proceeding pursuant to any such request, the applicant requesting the installation, use, retirement from use, maintaining, relocation, removal or replacement of a parking and/or traffic control device or devices shall deposit with the City that sum estimated by the Department to be sufficient to reimburse the City for all City costs with respect thereto. The deposit may vary in amount depending upon the scope of the costs and expenses reasonably anticipated as necessary to provide the work, services, and materials to be used as a part of or for the regulation of parking and/or traffic in the area involved. The estimated sum required to be deposited shall be based upon and not be inconsistent with the actual costs of similar work done by, and materials used by, the Department in the regular course of its duties. The Department shall estimate the amount of the deposit in conformity with a schedule adopted by the General Manager on a semi-annual or less frequent basis which sets forth and applies then current salary schedules and verifiable time and materials costs of the City with respect to those types of Departmental activities. The schedule shall be kept on file by the Department and be available to any applicant depositor at the time an application is made or as otherwise requested. Money received as a deposit from an applicant shall be deposited into the Department of Transportation Trust Fund and shall be expended therefrom for the purpose of first reimbursing the Departmental account for costs incurred by the Department in providing services and materials referred to in Subsection above for the applicant-depositor. (d) As a condition to the Department proceedings above set forth, any deposit accepted pursuant to this section shall be adjusted at the completion of the project to conform to actual costs as follows: 1. In the event actual costs incurred by the City are less than the deposit received by the City, the applicant shall be entitled to reimbursement of the excess from the deposit; and 2. In the event the costs exceed the sum on deposit, all such additional costs shall be paid by the applicant-depositor to the City upon demand. (e) (Amended by Ord. No. 180,881, Eff. 10/26/09.) Department charges shall not apply upon a determination by the General Manager, Department of Transportation, that charges are less than $1,000 and that the action involved is required as a result of an emergency situation, to alleviate a dangerous condition, to provide police security, to alleviate traffic congestion, or to effect a street closure initiated by the City. Such determination shall be in writing and affirmed by the responsible official as follows: 1. Emergency - General Manager or Assistant General Manager, Department of Transportation. 2. Dangerous Condition - District Transportation Engineer. 3. Traffic Congestion - District Transportation Engineer. 4. Police Security - Division Captain, Los Angeles Police Department. (f) The provisions of this section shall not apply to non-commercial events whose primary purpose is the expression of public issue speech. SEC SIGNS REQUIRED. No provision of this chapter for which signs or markings are required shall be enforced against an alleged violator if, at the time and place of the alleged violation, an official sign or marking is not in place and sufficiently legible and visible to be seen by an ordinary observant person. SEC RIGHT TURNS AT SIGNAL CONTROLLED INTERSECTIONS. The Department shall install signs prohibiting the making of a right turn by the driver of a vehicle against a red signal at any intersection where it determines that the making of such turns would interfere with the safe or orderly movement of traffic. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC DOUBLE LINES. Whenever the Department determines upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and investigation that the volume of traffic or the vertical curvature or other curvature of a roadway renders it hazardous to drive on the left side of the roadway, or to drive in the center portion of the roadway, the Department shall install distinctive roadway markings on such roadway or portions thereof, where no driving or crossing over such markings or to the left thereof is permitted. Such roadway markings shall be of a type consistent with the requirements of the Vehicle Code. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523. Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC SPEED ZONING ON OTHER THAN STATE HIGHWAYS. (For Other Speed Zone Schedule, See Sec ) Pursuant to Section and of the Vehicle Code, the City Council hereby determines, upon the basis of engineering and traffic investigation, that a
11 speed greater than 25 miles per hour would be reasonable and safe upon the streets designated in Section of this chapter which are otherwise subject to a prima facie speed limit of 25 miles per hour under the said Vehicle Code, and that the maximum limit of 65 miles per hour is more than is reasonable and safe upon the streets designated in Section 80.81, which are otherwise subject to a maximum speed limit of 65 miles per hour under the said Vehicle Code. The Department is hereby authorized and directed to establish appropriate signs giving notice of the prima facie speed limits established by Section When signs are erected giving notice thereof, the prima facie speed limits set forth in Section shall be in effect. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC SPEED ZONING ON STREETS ADJACENT TO A CHILDREN S PLAYGROUND. (Added by Ord. No. 170,010, Eff. 10/1/94.) Pursuant to Section of the Vehicle Code of the State of California, the City Council hereby authorizes the Department of Transportation to set a prima facie speed limit of 25 mph on any street, other than a State highway, adjacent to any children s playground in a public park, but only during particular hours or days when children are expected to use the facilities. Upon investigation and determination that a prima facia speed limit of 25 mph is appropriate, the Department is hereby authorized and directed to post playground, speed limit and hours of operation signs adjacent to such playgrounds. When said signs are erected giving notice thereof, the prima facie speed limit of 25 mph shall be in effect. DIVISION C TURNING MOVEMENTS Section Signs Prohibiting Left or Right Turns Turning Movements Required. SEC SIGNS PROHIBITING LEFT OR RIGHT TURNS. The Department is hereby authorized to determine and designate those intersections and other places where the elimination or restriction of left turns or of right turns is reasonably necessary in order to reduce traffic congestion or to diminish the hazard of collision, and when such determination has been made in any case, the Department is directed to install at each intersection or place so designated, appropriate signs giving notice that left turns or right turns, or both, are prohibited, in one or more directions, and at such times, or at all times, as may be consistent with the finding of necessity. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC TURNING MOVEMENTS REQUIRED. The Department shall install markers, buttons or signs within or adjacent to intersections indicating the course to be travelled by vehicles turning at or approaching such intersections, whenever it determines upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and study that such an installation is necessary to control a hazard, reduce congestion or foster the orderly movement of traffic. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) DIVISION D ONE WAY STREETS AND ALLEYS Section One Way Streets Divided Streets Private Right-of-way. SEC ONE WAY STREETS. The Department is hereby directed to install signs designating certain streets or portions thereof as one way streets, indicating the direction of lawful traffic movement and prohibiting movement in the opposite direction, at each intersection on such street whenever it determines upon the principles of traffic engineering and by study in each case that the restriction of the movement of traffic to a single direction at all times, or at certain times only, would reduce congestion, control hazards, or improve the movement of traffic. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC DIVIDED STREETS PRIVATE RIGHT-OF-WAY.
12 Whenever any private right-of-way effectively divides a street or way, not a State Highway, into two separate roadways, neither such roadway shall be a oneway street unless expressly so designated pursuant to this chapter, and traffic shall move in either direction along each such road way. DIVISION E SPECIAL STOPS REQUIRED Section Department to Erect Stop Signs Authority to Erect Yield Signs. SEC DEPARTMENT TO ERECT STOP SIGNS. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those streets, intersections, or highway railroad grade crossings at which there is a special hazard to life or property by reason of the volume of traffic upon such streets or at such intersections, or over such highway railroad grade crossings, or because of the lack of visibility to the drivers of vehicles approaching such streets, intersections or highway railroad grade crossings, or because of the number of reported accidents or the apparent probability thereof, or by reason of physical conditions which render any such streets, intersections or highway railroad grade crossings exceptionally dangerous or hazardous to life or property, and where the factors creating the special hazard are such that, according to the principles and experience of traffic engineering, the installation of stop signs is reasonably calculated to reduce the expectancy of accidents, and that the use of warning signs would be inadequate. When such determination has been made, the Department shall designate any such street as a through street between specified limits, or designate any such intersection as a stop intersection, or designate any such highway railroad grade crossing as a Stop Railroad Grade Crossing, subject to the approval of the Public Utilities Commission of the State pursuant to the provisions of Section of the Vehicle Code, and the Department shall post such stop signs as are necessary to give effect to such designation. Stop signs at any intersection may be so posted so as to stop either or any of the streams of traffic entering such intersection as the needs of the particular location may require. SEC AUTHORITY TO ERECT YIELD SIGNS. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those approaches to intersections of streets and highways which are not through streets, at which there is a special hazard to life or property by reason of the volume of traffic at such intersections, or because of the lack of visibility to the drivers of vehicles approaching such intersection, or because of the number of reported accidents or the apparent probability thereof, or by reason of physical conditions which render such intersections exceptionally dangerous or hazardous to life or property, and where the factors creating the special hazard are such that, according to the principles and experience of traffic engineering, the installation of Yield signs is reasonably calculated to reduce the expectancy of accidents, and that the use of warning signs would be inadequate. When such determination has been made, the Department is directed to designate any such approaches as yield approaches and post such Yield signs as are necessary to give effect to such designation DIVISION F MISCELLANEOUS DRIVING RULES Section Following or Parking Near Fire Apparatus Driving Through Funeral Processions Riding on Bicycles Clinging to Moving Vehicles Vehicles Shall Not Be Driven on the Sidewalk New Pavement Curb Parking Right of Way Horse Drawn Vehicles Vehicles on Private Property.
13 SEC FOLLOWING OR PARKING NEAR FIRE APPARATUS. (Amended by Ord. No. 168,782, Eff. 7/12/93.) No driver of a vehicle shall follow any fire apparatus answering a fire alarm, or another vehicle answering an emergency call, closer than one block. No person shall park any vehicle within the block where any fire apparatus or other emergency vehicle has stopped in response to an emergency call. SEC DRIVING THROUGH FUNERAL PROCESSIONS. No driver of a vehicle shall drive between the vehicles comprising a funeral procession while they are in motion and when the vehicles in such procession are conspicuously so designated (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC RIDING ON BICYCLES. A person operating a bicycle shall not ride other than upon the permanent and regular seat attached thereto, nor carry any other person upon such bicycle other than upon a firmly attached seat to the rear of the operator, nor shall any person ride upon a bicycle other than as above authorized. (Amended by Ord. No. 122,716, Eff. 10/5/62.) SEC CLINGING TO MOVING VEHICLES. Any person riding upon any bicycle, motorcycle, coaster, roller skates or any toy vehicle, shall not attach the same or himself to any moving vehicle upon any roadway. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) SEC VEHICLES SHALL NOT BE DRIVEN ON THE SIDEWALK. The driver of a vehicle shall not drive within any sidewalk area or any parkway except at a permanent or temporary driveway. SEC NEW PAVEMENT. No person shall ride or drive any animal or any vehicle over or across any newly made pavement or any freshly painted marking placed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter in any street when a barrier or sign is in place warning persons not to drive over or across such pavement or marking, or where a sign is in place stating that the street is closed. SEC CURB PARKING RIGHT OF WAY. Definition Limited Curb Parking Space. For the purpose of this section, a limited curb parking space shall mean an area open for lawful parking along side of, and adjacent to, a curb, which area is not of sufficient length to permit two or more vehicles to freely move for parking therein at the same time. Parking at Curb Right of Way. Any person seeking to park his vehicle in a limited curb parking space, whose vehicle arrives at said parking space prior to any other vehicle, and who proceeds beyond said space a distance not to exceed ten feet for the purpose of backing his vehicle therein, shall have the right of way over any person driving or attempting to drive any other vehicle directly into such limited curb parking space or who in any manner obstructs such limited curb parking space and the driver of such other vehicle shall yield the right of way to the driver who first arrived at said parking space. SEC HORSE DRAWN VEHICLES. No person shall drive any animal drawn vehicle into or within the Central Traffic District between the hours of 4:30 o clock P.M. and 6:00 o clock P.M. of any day. (Amended by Ord. No. 122,716, Eff. 10/5/62.) SEC VEHICLES ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. (Amended by Ord. No. 139,223, Eff. 11/9/69.) Upon private property of another which is held open to the public for any vehicular use and which is not subject to the provisions of the Vehicle Code. No person shall operate any motor vehicle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent, having due regard for the surface and conditions of
14 the area of such operation, and the welfare and safety of persons or property thereon. No person shall engage in or aid or abet in any motor vehicle speed contest or motor vehicle exhibition of speed thereon, without prior written authorization therefor from the owner, lessee or other person in legal possession. DIVISION G TERMINAL ACCESS FOR INTERSTATE TRUCKS (Amended by Ord. No. 159,624, Eff. 1/22/85.) Section Definitions Purpose Applications Fees and Costs Modifications Revocation of Route Appeal Process. SEC DEFINITIONS. The following words and phrases shall have the meanings set forth, and if any word or phrase used in this article is not defined in this section, it shall have the meanings set forth in the California Vehicle Code; provided that if any such word or phrase is not defined in the Vehicle Code, it shall have the meaning attributed to it in ordinary usage. Terminal means any facility at which freight is consolidated to be shipped or where full-load consignments may be off-loaded, or at which the vehicle combinations are regularly maintained, stored, or manufactured. Interstate truck means a combination of vehicles consisting of a truck tractor and semitrailer, or of a truck tractor, semitrailer, and trailer, with unlimited length as regulated by Vehicle Code, Sec Caltrans means the State of California Department of Transportation or its successor agency. SEC PURPOSE. The purpose of this article is to establish procedures for terminal designation and truck route designation to terminals for interstate trucks operating on a federally designated highway system and to promote the general health, safety and welfare of the public. SEC APPLICATIONS. The owners or operators of a terminal requiring terminal access for interstate trucks from the federally designated highway system, which interstate trucks will utilize any City streets in traveling to, or from, such terminal, shall submit an application, on a form as provided by the City, and make payment of the fees as required by Section of this Code. The application shall be filed with the Department. The application shall include the name and address of the applicant, the location of the terminal, the preferred route (and alternate routes if appropriate), evidence that the terminal, if located within the City, meets established criteria and that said terminal s parking and entries are adequate and such other information as the Department may require. Upon receipt of the application, the Department will cause an investigation to be made to ascertain whether or not the proposed terminal meets the requirements for an interstate truck terminal. Upon its approval of that designation, the Department will then determine the capability of the route requested and alternate routes, whether requested or not. Determination of route capability will include, without limitation, a review of adequate turning radius and lane widths of ramps, intersections, streets and highways and general traffic conditions such as sight distance, speed and traffic volumes. No access off a federally designated highway system will be approved without the approval of Caltrans. Should the requested route pass through the City to a terminal located in another jurisdiction, the applicant, in addition to complying with Subsection hereof, shall also comply with that jurisdiction s application process. Coordination of the approval of the route through the City will be the responsibility of the entity which controls the terminal s land use. Costs shall be as provided in Section of this Code. (d) No interstate truck may leave a designated terminal access route in the City of Los Angeles except at an entrance to an authorized terminal.
15 SEC FEES AND COSTS. The applicant shall pay to the Department a non-refundable application fee of $ per proposed terminal and/or its proposed access route(s). Upon the approval of the terminal designation and route by the City and by Caltrans the applicant shall pay to the Department for the purchase and installation of terminal trailblazer signs and terminal identification signs, where required, at the rate of $75.00 per sign. Trailblazer signs will be required at every decision point in the City on route to the terminal. Terminal identification signs will be required at the entrance to the terminal. No terminal or route may be used until such signs, as may be required, are in place. Costs for trailblazer signs may be proportioned in accordance with the procedures in Section Upon approval of a terminal and/or its access route the terminal owner or its successor in interest will pay to the City an annual fee of $50.00 for each such terminal and/or access route, due on January first of each year. SEC MODIFICATIONS. If all feasible routes to a requested terminal are found unsatisfactory by the Department the applicant shall be notified of the modifications necessary to eliminate a traffic hazard, as referred to in Sec herein or to protect existing facilities. The applicant may request the necessary modifications to make the route acceptable. All costs of engineering, construction and inspection will be the responsibility of the applicant. Except when the modification of deficiencies is within the jurisdiction of Caltrans, the actual construction will be done at no cost to the City by a contractor acceptable to it. Modifications shall be limited to the reconstruction of curbed islands, curb returns and appurtenant structures; relocation of above-ground fixtures such as traffic signs, traffic signal standards, traffic signal controllers, street light standards and fire hydrants within the curb return area; and intersection approach markings together with traffic signal detection devices. Required modifications shall not include reconstruction of any pavement or street surface not related to the above. When the work is done by the applicant, the applicant may file with the Department on a form satisfactory to the Department, a statement detailing the actual costs of the modification. It shall be the applicant s responsibility to obtain all the necessary permits. (d) If at any time within five (5) years from the date of completion of the modification by the applicant, should any other applicant seek terminal approval which would use the route upon which such modification was accomplished, any such applicant s fee may include that applicant s proportionate share of the modification, as determined by the Department, which fee shall be disbursed by the Department to the applicant who paid for the modification as well as to any applicant who contributed to the cost of the modification under this subsection. Nothing herein shall require the payment of a proportionate fee if the applicant doing the work failed to file the report with the Department required by Subsection above. SEC REVOCATION OF ROUTE. The Department may revoke any approved terminal, or route, if the terminal, or route, becomes a traffic hazard, which cannot be modified to the satisfaction of the Department, pursuant to Sec , for vehicular traffic or if there is a failure to pay the fee provided for in Section of this Code. A traffic hazard includes the inability of interstate trucks to negotiate the route or said vehicles causing unsafe traffic conditions for other vehicular traffic or pedestrians. If the Department should revoke any approved terminal, or route, it may, in its discretion, designate an alternate route. SEC APPEAL PROCESS. If the Department denies terminal designation, route feasibility or revokes a previously approved terminal or route, the applicant/terminal owner, within fifteen (15) working days following the date of receipt of the decision of the Department, may appeal said decision to the Board in writing. An appeal shall be made on a form prescribed by the Department and shall be filed with the Board. The appeal shall state specifically wherein there was an error or abuse of discretion by the Department or wherein its decision is not supported by the evidence in the record. Within fifteen (15) working days of the filing of an appeal, the Department shall transmit to the Secretary of the Board the terminal application, the sketches of the proposed or revoked route and all other data filed therewith, the report and decision of the Department on the application. The Board shall make copies of the data provided by the Department available to the applicant and to the appellant (if the applicant is not the appellant) for inspection and may give notice to any other interested party who requested notice of the time when the appeal will be considered by the Board. If Caltrans, and not the Department, denies, or revokes, terminal access from federally designated highways, no appeal may be made to the Board, but must be made to Caltrans as may be permitted by Caltrans. DIVISION H
16 RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STREETS Section School Streets Closed to Vehicles Streets Closed to Vehicles Restricted Use of Certain Streets Noise Restrictions in Use of Streets Flood Control Channels Restricted Use of Certain State Highways Contra-flow Lanes Preferential Use of Traffic Lanes Assemblages and Processions of Vehicles Cruising Prohibited. SEC SCHOOL STREETS CLOSED TO VEHICLES. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) Whenever the Department finds and determines that the travel of vehicles upon any street or portion thereof which crosses or divides any school ground or grounds creates unusual hazards and is not essential to maintain free circulation of traffic or access to property, the Department shall, subject to the approval of the Council by resolution, close such street to vehicular traffic during those days and hours when that school is open to normal use pursuant to Section of the Vehicle Code. Upon receiving such approval, the Department shall cause signs and barriers to be placed closing such streets during such days and hours. When such signs and barriers are in place upon such street or portion thereof, no person shall operate any vehicle thereon. Whenever the Department shall find and determine that it would be necessary and desirable and in the interests of the automobile Driver Training Program in secondary schools, and vehicular traffic would not be unduly inconvenienced or impeded, said Department shall place or cause to be placed appropriate signs or barricades, or both, thereby specifying that a particular street or streets is closed to through traffic during regular school hours, pursuant to the provisions of Section 21101(e) of the Vehicle Code, for the specific purpose of conducting special Driver Training Program. SEC STREETS CLOSED TO VEHICLES. (Amended by Ord. No. 122,716, Eff. 10/5/62.) Whenever the Department finds and determines that the travel of vehicles upon any street, public way or portion thereof creates unusual hazards or congestion and that such street is not essential to maintain free circulation of traffic or access to property, the Department shall, subject to the approval of the Council by resolution, close such street to vehicular traffic. Upon receiving, such approval, the Department shall place signs, stanchions, barriers, or other devices thereon, indicating that such street, public way or portion thereof is closed to vehicular traffic and preventing the entry of such traffic as far as practical. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) When such signs, barriers or stanchions are in place upon such street or portion thereof, no person shall operate any vehicle thereon. (Amended by Ord. No. 122,716, Eff. 10/5/62.) SEC RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STREETS. It shall be unlawful, when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof, to drive, propel, or cause to be driven or propelled, any vehicle exceeding a maximum gross weight of 6,000 pounds on any of the streets or portions of streets set forth in Subsection (d) of this section. When it has been determined by the Department that continued use of any street, or portion thereof, by vehicles over 6,000 pounds gross weight would cause traffic congestion, create a hazard to life or property, or detrimentally affect public welfare, and when alternate routes are available, the Department is hereby authorized to erect upon such street or portions thereof, signs prohibiting such vehicles, provided, however, that such authority shall not extend to major or secondary highways, as defined by Section of this Code, other than those major or secondary highways, or portions thereof, specified in Subsection (d) of this section provided, however, that no vehicle used for round-trip sight-seeing tour service vehicle, as defined by the Public Utilities Commission, namely round-trip travel in the same vehicle with guide service for an informational purpose, in excess of 6,000 pounds gross weight, shall use any street other than a major or secondary highway, as defined by Section of this Code, despite any lack of such determination by the Department, and any erection of signs, as hereinabove described, so long as appropriate notice of the restriction is given in compliance with Vehicle Code Section (Amended by Ord. No. 158,564, Eff. 1/22/84, Oper. 2/28/84.) Exceptions. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any of the following: 1. Emergency vehicles.
17 2. Vehicles owned by or under contract to a public utility while necessarily in use in the construction, installation or repair of such public utility. (Amended by Ord. No. 111,402, Eff. 7/11/58.) 3. Vehicles subject to the provisions of Section of the Public Utilities Code of the State of California which vehicle has received a Certificate from the Public Utilities Commission of the State declaring that the public necessity and convenience require the operation of such vehicle provided that the certificate specifically authorizes that vehicle to be operated in the City of Los Angeles for the purpose authorized in said certificate. This exemption shall not apply to vehicles operated as a round-trip sight-seeing tour service as defined by the Public Utilities Commission. This exemption shall apply only if a copy of the Certificate and a description of the routes to be used in the City are filed with the Department at least two (2) days prior to the operation of any vehicle claimed to be exempt is to be operated in the City. The Department may require any exempt operator to display on the exempt vehicle a placard or device issued by him which identifies the vehicle as exempt and such placard or device shall be displayed as required by the Department at all times while the vehicle is traveling in the City. (Amended by Ord. No. 158,564, Eff. 1/22/84, Oper. 2/28/84.) 4. Commercial vehicles coming from an unrestricted street having ingress or egress by direct route to and from such restricted streets when necessary for the purpose of making pickups or deliveries of goods, wares and merchandise from or to any building or structure located on such restricted streets, or for the purpose of delivering materials to be used in the actual and bona fide repair, alteration, remodeling or construction of any building or structure upon such restricted street for which a building permit has previously been obtained; and 5. Passenger vehicles operated, engaged, and used for the sole and exclusive purpose of picking up or discharging a passenger or passengers at any origin or destination of such passenger or passengers on any street designated by the Department pursuant to Subdivision above or (d) below. This exemption shall not apply to vehicles operated as a round-trip sight-seeing tour service as defined by the Public Utilities Commission. (Amended by Ord. No. 158,564, Eff. 1/22/84, Oper. 2/28/84.) (d) The Department is hereby authorized to erect signs prohibiting vehicles over pounds gross weight upon those major or secondary highways or portions thereof, specified in this subsection. A (Amended by Ord. No. 167,097, Eff. 8/17/91.) Airport Boulevard between La Tijera Boulevard and 74th Street Alla Road between Culver Boulevard and Maxella Avenue. Anaheim Street from Eubank Avenue to Figueroa Street. Arbor Vitae Street between Airport Boulevard and Lilienthal Avenue. Avalon Boulevard from B Street to the City of Carson boundary. Avenue 60 between Monterey Road and the City limits easterly of Oak Hill Avenue. Avenue of the Stars between Santa Monica Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. B (Amended by Ord. No. 161,201, Eff. 6/14/86.) Balboa Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard (Connector road to San Fernando Road) and Rinaldi Street. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Mulholland Drive and Ventura Boulevard. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. Burbank Boulevard from Vineland Avenue to Lankershim Boulevard. C (Amended by Ord. No. 175,131, Eff. 5/4/03.) Center Street from Commercial Street to Ramirez Street. Chatsworth Street between De Soto Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Coldwater Canyon Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. Colfax Avenue from Victory Boulevard to Ventura Boulevard. Collis Avenue between Huntington Drive and the City limits northerly of Coleman Avenue. Culver Boulevard from Vista Del Mar to the City line near Nicholson Street. Division Street between El Paso Drive and San Fernando Road. Eighth Avenue between Hyde Park Boulevard and Slauson Avenue. Eighth Avenue between 67th Street and 76th Street. Encinitas Avenue between Bledsoe Street and Roxford Street. D (Added by Ord. No. 153,629, Eff. 5/19/80.) E
18 Gage Avenue between Figueroa Street and Normandie Avenue. Hauser Boulevard between Venice Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard. Highland Avenue between Melrose Avenue and La Brea Avenue. Idaho Avenue between Bundy Drive and Centinela Avenue. Inglewood Boulevard between Navy Street and National Boulevard. G (Added by Ord. No. 165,681, Eff. 5/12/90.) H I L (Added by Ord. No. 171,729, Eff. 10/18/97.) La Tuna Canyon Road between the Foothill Freeway (Route 210) eastbound off-ramp and Sunland Boulevard. M (Added by Ord. No. 167,603, Eff. 3/27/92.) Manchester Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Pershing Drive. Manning Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. Manning Avenue between the Santa Monica Freeway on-ramp south of Manning Court and National Boulevard. Moorpark Street between Vineland Avenue and Tyrone Avenue. National Boulevard between Overland Avenue and Westwood Boulevard. Ninth Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Mont Clair Street. Ninety-sixth Street between Airport Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. N O (Amended by Ord. No. 152,519, Eff. 8/5/79.) Oro Vista Avenue between Big Tujunga Canyon Road and Foothill Boulevard. Overland Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard. P (Added by Ord. No. 167,603, Eff. 3/27/92.) Pershing Drive between Manchester Avenue and a point 500 feet southerly of Waterview Street. Paxton Street between Sharp Avenue and Vena Avenue. Pershing Drive between Manchester Avenue and a point 500 feet southerly of Waterview Street. Pershing Drive from Cabora Drive to Manchester Avenue. S (Amended by Ord. No. 173,406, Eff. 8/25/00.) Sixth Street between Vermont Avenue and Fairfax Avenue. Seventh Street between Boyle Avenue and Soto Street. San Fernando Mission Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard and Reseda Boulevard. South Breed Street between Whittier Boulevard and Seventh Street. Sunset Boulevard between the city limits of Beverly Hills and Pacific Coast Highway. Tyrone Avenue between Moorpark Street and Ventura Boulevard. T V (Amended by Ord. No. 160,461, Eff. 11/28/85.)
19 Veteran Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard Vineland Avenue from Camarillo Street to Burbank Boulevard. Vista Del Mar from Culver Boulevard to Imperial Highway. W (Amended by Ord. No. 171,651, 8/7/97.) West Channel Road between Pacific Coast Highway and Lower Mesa Road. Wilmington Boulevard from C Street to the City of Carson boundary. Wilshire Boulevard between Veteran Avenue and the City limits of the City of Beverly Hills. Yarnell Street between Bradley Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Zelzah Avenue between Rinaldi and Chatsworth Streets. Y (Added by Ord. No. 153,354, Eff. 3/2/80.) Z (Added by Ord. No. 167,430, Eff. 1/6/92.) (e) It is unlawful and constitutes an infraction for any person to violate this section. Every person convicted of an infraction for a violation of this section shall be punishable as follows: (Added by Ord. No. 177,324, Eff. 3/18/06.) 1. By a fine not exceeding $100; 2. For a second infraction occurring within one year of a prior infraction, which resulted in a conviction, a fine not exceeding $200; 3. For a third or any subsequent infraction occurring within one year of two or more prior infractions, which resulted in convictions, a fine not exceeding $250. (f) Any violation of this section that would otherwise be an infraction shall be a misdemeanor if a defendant has been convicted of three or more violations of the California Vehicle Code (except for violations by pedestrians), or this section, or both, within the 12-month period immediately preceding the commission of the offense and those prior convictions are admitted by the defendant or alleged in the accusatory pleadings. For this purpose, a bail forfeiture shall be deemed to be a conviction of the offense charged. (Added by Ord. No. 177,324, Eff. 3/18/06.) (g) Every person convicted of a misdemeanor for a violation of this section shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or by imprisonment in the County jail for a period not exceeding six months, or by both a fine and imprisonment. (Added by Ord. No. 177,324, Eff. 3/18/06.) SEC (Repealed by Ord. No. 168,187, Eff. 9/28/92.) SEC NOISE RESTRICTIONS IN USE OF STREETS. (Added by Ord. No. 158,587, Eff. 1/29/84.) No person shall cause the engine of a commercial vehicle with at least six tires, and a gross weight of more than 10,000 pounds empty, to operate to the disturbance of persons occupying sleeping quarters in any dwelling hotel or apartment or other place of residence while parked or standing on a public street earlier than 6:30 A.M. EXCEPTIONS: The provisions of this section shall not apply to any of the following: 1. Vehicles engaged in the collection of rubbish regulated under LAMC Section Emergency vehicles. 3. Vehicles owned or under contract to a public utility while necessarily in use in the construction, installation or repair of such public utility. 4. Vehicles subject to the provisions of Section of the Public Utilities Act.
20 5. Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers. SEC FLOOD CONTROL CHANNELS. (Added by Ord. No. 122,716, Eff. 10/5/62; Renumbered Sec , Ord. No. 158,587, Eff. 1/29/84.) No person shall drive, or operate, any vehicle into or upon any flood control channel within this City which is owned, operated or under the control of either the Los Angeles County Flood Control District or the Corps of Engineers, United States Army. This section shall not apply to vehicles owned or in the service of the United States Corps of Engineers, the Los Angeles County Flood Control District, or the City of Los Angeles, nor to any vehicles operated under specific written authorization of the United States Corps of Engineers, the Los Angeles Flood Control District, or the City of Los Angeles. This section shall not apply to the driving or operating of a motor vehicle on the travelled portion of any public highway. SEC RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STATE HIGHWAYS. Except as provided under Exceptions and of this section, it shall be unlawful, when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof, to drive or propel any commercial vehicle which is designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property for hire, compensation or profit, drawing a trailer or semitrailer, or to cause or allow any such commercial vehicle to be driven or propelled on the following named streets or portions thereof; (1) Olympic Boulevard between Figueroa Street and the easterly city limits of the City of Beverly Hills. (2) Olympic Boulevard between the westerly City limits of the City of Beverly Hills and Sepulveda Boulevard. EXCEPTIONS: This section shall not prohibit such commercial vehicles from using said described streets or portions thereof, where necessary for the picking up or the delivery of goods, wares, merchandise or material. This section shall not apply to any vehicle which is subject to the provisions of Section 50 1/4 of the Public Utilities Act of California, nor to any taxicab or any other passenger vehicle operated for hire. SEC CONTRA-FLOW LANES. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) (Amended by Ord. No. 176,904, Eff. 9/21/05.) Except as to buses specifically authorized for this use by the Department, it shall be unlawful, when authorized signs and markings are in place, giving notice thereof, to drive, propel, stop or park any vehicle in or on the east curb lane of Spring Street between 1st Street and Cesar E. Chavez Avenue or on the east curb lanes of Flower Street between lower 4th Street and 3rd Street in the City of Los Angeles. The Department is hereby authorized to install such signs, signals or other markings as are necessary to establish a contra-flow northbound lane in, on or along the east curb of Spring Street between 1st Street and Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and contra-flow northbound lanes along the east curb of Flower Street between lower 4th Street and 3rd Street and to restrict their use to that of the buses specifically authorized for this use by the Department. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle of the Police or Fire Department, any public ambulance, or any public utility vehicle, or any private ambulance, which public utility vehicle or private ambulance has qualified as an authorized emergency vehicle, when any vehicle mentioned in this paragraph is operated in the manner specified in the Vehicle Code in response to an emergency call. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle exiting the driveway on the east side of Spring Street, just south of Aliso Street, provided any such vehicle, upon exiting such driveway does not proceed northbound on Spring Street north of Aliso Street. The purpose of this subsection is to allow vehicles exiting such driveway to be allowed to make a right turn into the contra-flow lane for the purpose of making a right turn eastbound on Aliso Street. (Added by Ord. No. 159,660, Eff. 2/19/85.) (d) The provisions of this article shall not prohibit vehicles from passing through restricted lane at any angle for the purpose of going to or from private property. (Former Subsec. Relettered (d) by Ord. No. 159,660, Eff. 2/19/85.) SEC PREFERENTIAL USE OF TRAFFIC LANES. (Title Amended by Ord, No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) The Department of Transportation is authorized, subject to approval by resolution of the City Council to designate the preferential use of traffic lanes in streets and highways under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation within the City of Los Angeles and to place and maintain, or cause to be placed and
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ALAMO TOWNSHIP KALAMAZOO COUNTY, MICHIGAN ORDINANCE NO. 45-M AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF FEES FOR THE PROVIDING OF EMERGENCY FIRE SERVICES IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS, PURSUANT TO MCL 41.806(a);
City of Alva, Oklahoma Board of Adjustments Meeting Application (Note that this application must be completed to be considered) Property Address Owner Address Owner Name Owner Phone Number Legal Description