- (i) that part of a roadway at an intersection included within the connection of the lateral line of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the roadway measured from the curbs or, in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the roadway, or
- (ii) any part of a roadway at an intersection or elsewhere distinctly indicated for pedestrian crossing by signs or by lines or by other markings on the road surface;
- (i) a vehicle operated by a police service as defined in the Police Act;
- (ii) a fire fighting or other type of vehicle operated by the fire protection service of a municipality;
- (iii) an ambulance operated by a person or organization authorized to provide ambulance services in the municipality;
- (iv) a vehicle operated as a gas disconnection unit of a public utility;
- (v) a vehicle designated by regulation as an emergency response unit;
- (i) a sidewalk, including a boulevard adjacent to the sidewalk,
- (ii) if a ditch lies adjacent to and parallel with the roadway, the ditch, and
- (iii) if a highway right of way is contained between fences or between a fence and one side of the roadway, all the land between the fences, or all the land between the fence and the edge of the roadway, as the case may be,
- (i) a vehicle propelled by any power other than muscular power, or
- (ii) a moped,
- (i) while actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers, or
- (ii) when complying with a direction given by a peace officer or traffic control device;
- (i) a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police;
- (ii) a member of a municipal police service;
- (iii) a special constable if under that person’s appointment as a special constable that person is empowered to carry out the duties of a peace officer under, or to enforce the provisions of, this Act;
- (iv) a duly appointed Bylaw Enforcement Officer employed by the Town;
- (v) a park warden appointed under the Parks Canada Agency Act (Canada);
- (vi) a conservation officer appointed under section 7 of Schedule 5 to the Government Organization Act;
- (vii) a forest officer appointed under the Forests Act;
- (viii) a wildlife officer appointed under the Wildlife Act;
- (i) a person on foot, or
- (ii) a person in or on a mobility aid,
- (i) the curb line, or
- (ii) where there is no curb line, the edge of the roadway,
- (i) diagonally or at an angle where prohibited by any provision of this bylaw
- (ii) parallel to the roadway where prohibited by any provision of this bylaw
- (iii) where prohibited by traffic control device;
- (iv) for any period longer than permitted by traffic control device.
- (v) in any manner contrary to traffic control device
- (a) where a sidewalk parallels such roadway or
- (b) where there is no sidewalk paralleling the roadway, in any manner that interferes with, obstructs or is hazardous to vehicular traffic on the roadway.
- (a) Obstruct vehicular or pedestrian traffic;
- (b) Annoy or inconvenience any other person lawfully upon such roadway, crosswalk or sidewalk; or
- (c) Obstruct the entrance to any building.
- (a) The name and address of the applicant, and if such applicant is an organization, the names, addresses of the executive thereof.
- (b) The nature and purpose of such parade, procession, race or special event.
- (c) Date and times.
- (d) The intended route thereof.
- (e) The approximate number of persons who will take part therein.
- (f) The approximate size, number and nature of flags, banners, placards or such similar things to be carried therein and particulars of signs, inspections and wording to be exhibited thereon; and such written application shall bear the signatures and addresses of the persons who will be in control of such parade or procession and who undertake to be reasonable for the good order and conduct thereof.
- (a) Grant permission without conditions;
- (b) Grant permission with conditions; or
- (c) Refuse permission.
- (a) A person delivering or collecting goods, materials or merchandise to or from the premises of a bona fide customer;
- (b) A person going to or from the business premises of the owner of the heavy vehicle, a heavy vehicle repair or maintenance facility, or an approved “vehicle storage area” for heavy vehicles;
- (c) A person towing a disabled vehicle from or along a roadway prohibited to heavy vehicles; and
- (d) A person actively engaged in lawful public works requiring him by the very nature of such work to deviate from established truck routes.
- a) in a residential area, or
- b) in any other area where prohibited by traffic control device
- (a) Drive on or along a roadway within the Town a vehicle with the box or body filled with sand, gravel, rocks, earth or other loose material, whether similar or dissimilar, so that there is less than seventy five (75) millimetres from the top edge of the box or body to the material below;
- (b) Drive on or along a roadway within the Town a vehicle with a box or body filled with sand, gravel, rocks, earth or other loose material, whether similar or dissimilar, unless the box ledges, sideboards and vehicle chassis have been cleaned of all loose material that could possibly escape from or fall off of the vehicle;
- (c) Drive on or along a roadway within the Town a vehicle with either the box of the truck or the trailer filled with refuse as defined in this bylaw, unless the refuse is completely covered and secured by a tarpaulin or other covering;
- (d) Drive on or along a roadway within the Town a vehicle and allow refuse or any other goods or materials to escape there from or to be scattered upon a roadway, sidewalk, boulevard or median or upon any land in the vicinity thereof.
- (a) the person responsible, or
- (b) in cases involving a vehicle, to the registered owner of the vehicle, or
- (c) if the offence occurred on private property, to the occupant or owner
- (a) The address and/or physical location where remedial action is required;
- (b) The condition that is not in compliance with the Bylaw, including reference to the applicable provision of the Traffic Bylaw;
- (c) Remedial action required;
- (d) A deadline for compliance.
- (a) if left at a conspicuous location on the vehicle;
- (b) if mailed by regular or registered mail to the registered owner of the vehicle using the address on record with the Alberta Motor Vehicle Branch;
- c) if given verbally, including all information as required in section 15.17, by a peace officer and directed to the registered owner of the vehicle.
- (a) if served personally upon the person to whom it is directed, or
- (b) if posted at a conspicuous location on the property, or
- (c) if mailed by regular or registered mail to the address of the person to whom the notice was directed, or to the owner of the private property involved using the address on record with the Town of Olds, or
- (d) if given verbally, including all information as required in section 15.17, by a peace officer and directed to the occupant or owner of the private property involved.
- (a) such person a Violation Ticket referencing the section contravened; or
- (b) the registered owner of the motor vehicle a Violation Ticket referencing section 160(1) of the Act and the section of the Bylaw or Regulations contravened;
- (a) Personally served;
- (b) Served by regular mail; or
- (c) Placed on or attached to the vehicle involved in the contravention of this Bylaw or the parking provisions of the Regulations.
Pursant to Section 16, this Schedule A provides penalties payable in lieu of prosecution and Specified Penalties for contraventions of the Traffic Bylaw and the parking provisions of the Use of Highway and Rules of the Road Regulation
TOWN OF OLDS
BYLAW NO. 2OO7-38
A BYLAW TO AMEND TOWN OF OLDS TRAFFIC BYLAW 04.15
NOW, THEREFORE, THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF OLDS, IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, DULY ASSEMBLED, ENACTS AS FOLLOWS:
WHEREAS the Municipal Council deems it necessary and expedient to amend Schedule 'B' and Schedule 'C' of the Town of Olds Traffic Bylaw 04-15.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Town of Olds amends Bylaw 04-15 as follows:
Town of Olds Traffic Bylaw 04-15 Schedule 'B' and Schedule 'C' are hereby amended by:
Replacing the existing Schedule 'B' with the attached Schedule 'B'
Replacing the existing Schedule 'C' with the attached Schedule 'C'
This Bylaw shall be cited as, 'Traffic Amendment Bylaw 2007-38'.
Read a first time the 1 3th day of November, 2007 .
Read a second time the 13th day of November 2OO7.
Received Unanimous Consent for presentation of third reading this 13th day of November, 2007,
Read a third time the 13th day of November, 2007.
Judy Dahl, Dale Withage,
Mayor Chief Administrative Officer
Signed by the Chief Elected Officer and the Chief Administrative Officer this 14th day of December, 2007.
Traffic Amendment Bylaw No. 2007-38
Pursuant to Section 12.1 this Schedule "8" lists roadways designated as truck routes in the Town of Olds
1. All of Highway 2A (46 Avenue) within town limits
2. All of Highway 27 (46 Street) within town limits
3. The entire north service road to Highway 27 west of 57 Avenue
4. The entire south service road to Highway 27 west of 61 Avenue
5. All of lmperial Road
6. All of lmperial Way
7. All of lmperial Close
8. Section of 61 Avenue south from Highway 27 to and including 5104 - 61 Avenue
9. Section of 50 Avenue north from Highway 27 to 4106 - 50 Avenue - local traffic only
10. Section of 49 Avenue north from Highway 27 to 45 Street
11. Section of 49 Avenue south from Highway 27 to 54 Street
12. Section of 49 Avenue south from 59 Street
13. Section of 43 Street between 47 Avenue and Highway 2A (46 Ave)
14. Section of 45 Street east from 49 Avenue to 47 Avenue
15. Section of 47 Avenue north from 45 Street to and including 4105 - 47 Avenue
16. Section of 54 Street west from Highway 2A to 53 Avenue
17. The following roadways within the South lndustrial Park:
- All of 57 Street west from Highway 2A - Section of 48 Avenue south from 57 Street
- Section of 60 Street between 47 Avenue and 48 Avenue
- Section 47 Avenue between 57 Street and 60 Street
- Section of 59 Street between 48 Avenue and 49 Avenue
18. Section of 70th Avenue north from Highway 27 to north town limits
Traffic Amendment Bylaw No. 2007-38
TOWN OF OLDS TRAFFIC BYLAW O4-15
Pursuant to Section 15.5(a) this Schedule D establishes the guidelines for posting of election or plebiscite signs on Town property and roadways
- for signs located within roadway rights of way, medians, boulevards and all other town property is 1.5 square metres
- posting of signs on town property is permitted from the date the election or plebiscite is called until three (3) days after date of the election or plebiscite
- signs will not be mounted to any traffic control device, light standard or another pre-existing sign on Town property. Signs so mounted are subject to immediate removal by the Town.
- removal of signs shall include the sign panel, supporting and any tie wiring used to install and support the sign.
- the Town of Olds has the right to remove any sign without prior notification, temporarily or permanently, for safety or operational considerations. When movement is required, the Town will notify store the sign and notify the appropriate campaign office that the sign is available for pick-up. The Town is not responsible for any damage to signs incurred during the removal process.
- Signs must be placed no closer than two (2 metres) from a curb or, in the absence of a curb, from the edge of roadway
- signs will be placed so as to not interfere with the use of a sidewalk or roadway
- signs are not allowed to be posted in a median of a divided roadway
- no signs will be placed in or within 50 metres of a construction zone located off of a Provincial Highway or in or within 50 metres of a construction zone located on a Provincial Highway
- notwithstanding any other restriction, no sign will be placed in such a manner that obstructs a driver's view at an intersection, alley or driveway Signs of the following types will not be allowed
- signs that display an intermittent flashing, rotating or moving light
- signs that are floodlit which could cause intederence to the motoring public
- signs that have any moving or rotating parts
- signs that imitate or resemble, by visual appearance or by wording, a commonly used traffic control device, example: stop sign