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.010 It is unlawful for anyone to participate in cruising upon any of the following designated highways in the City of Anaheim:
1. State College Boulevard between Lincoln Avenue and Wagner Street.
2. Santa Ana Street between East Street and State College Boulevard.
3. Shepard Street between La Palma Avenue and Carpenter Avenue.
4. Carpenter Avenue from Shepard Street east to the end of Carpenter Avenue.
5. Any other highway as designated by the Chief of Police or person assigned by him to designate such locations.
A violation of this section is hereby declared to be an infraction.
.020 The term "cruising" as used in this section means driving a motor vehicle upon any portion of a highway past a designated traffic control point a third time within any two-hour period, after having driven past said designated traffic control point twice within the same two-hour period and having been given written notice regarding the prohibition against cruising after passing the control point on at least one previous occasion within said two-hour period.
Said designated traffic control points may be established at one or more locations upon any highway designated in subsection .010 of this section where the ranking peace officer on duty in the area determines, in his or her sole discretion, that conditions of traffic congestion in the area so warrant.
Any person driving a motor vehicle past a designated traffic control point more than three times within any two-hour period shall be guilty of a separate infraction for each occasion said vehicle is driven past such traffic control point in excess of the third time within such two-hour period.
.030 The word "highway" as used in this section shall mean the same as defined in Section 360 of the California Vehicle Code.
.040 The term "motor vehicle" as used in this section shall mean the same as defined in Section 415 of the California Vehicle Code.
.050 The prohibition against cruising as used in this section does not apply to:
a. An employee of the City of Anaheim or any other local, state or federal governmental agency when driving a motor vehicle while engaged in the performance of his or her official duties.
b. Any person driving an ambulance, taxicab or other business vehicle when being driven within the course and scope of normal business activities.
c. Any person whose residence or place of employment is either located upon property immediately contiguous to, or is directly provided with access from, any highway designated in subsection .010 of this section, or any person who has no other alternate means of motor vehicular access to his or her residence or place of employment other than by the use of any such highway, when driving a motor vehicle for purpose of ingress to or egress from such person's residence or place of employment. (Ord. 4688 § 1; January 21, 1986: Ord. 4689 § 1, January 28, 1986.)