§ 1068.05  TRAFFIC.
   Except by the authority of public officers having charge of a park, no person shall:
   (A)   Conformity with traffic laws. Fail to comply with all applicable provisions of the State motor vehicle traffic laws with regard to equipment and operation of vehicles and with such regulations as are contained in this chapter and Part Four, the Traffic Code, of this code of ordinances;
   (B)   Enforcement of traffic regulations. Fail to obey all traffic officers and employees of the Parks and Recreation Commission, such persons being hereby authorized and instructed to direct traffic whenever and wherever needed in the parks and on the public ways immediately adjacent thereto in accordance with the provisions of this chapter;
   (C)   Traffic signs. Fail to observe carefully all traffic signs indicating speed, direction, caution, stopping or parking, and all other signs posted for proper control and to safeguard life and property;
   (D)   Speed of vehicles. Ride or drive a vehicle at a rate of speed exceeding ten mph, except upon such ways as the Director may designate by posted signs;
   (E)   Operation confined to roads. Drive any vehicle on any area, except paved park roads or parking areas or other areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary parking areas by the Director;
   (F)   Parking.
      (1)   Designated areas. Park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area in accordance with the posted directions in such parking area and with the instructions of any employee who may be present;
      (2)   Full-parking. Full-park on a road or driveway at any time;
      (3)   Immovable vehicles. Leave any vehicle anywhere in a park with one or more wheels chained or with the motor set in gear and the doors locked or in any manner fixed or arranged so that such vehicle cannot readily be moved by hand;
      (4)   Night parking. Leave a vehicle standing or parked at night without lights clearly visible for at least 200 feet from both front and rear on any driveway or road area;
      (5)   Emergency procedure. Fail to notify immediately the Director or a law enforcement officer of any emergency such as a breakdown requiring the assistance of a tow truck, mechanic or other person; and
      (6)   Double-parking. Double-park any vehicle on any road or parkway.
   (G)   Bicycles.
      (1)   Confined to roads. Ride a bicycle on other than a paved vehicular road or path designated for that purpose; except that, a cyclist shall be permitted to wheel or push a bicycle by hand over any grassy area or wooded trail or on any paved area reserved for pedestrian use;
      (2)   Operation. Ride a bicycle other than on the right-hand side of the road pavement as close as conditions permit or ride two or more abreast;
      (3)   Rider prohibited. Ride any other person on a bicycle;
      (4)   Designated racks. Leave a bicycle in a place other than a bicycle rack when such is provided and there is a space available;
      (5)   Immobile. Leave a bicycle lying on the ground or pavement, set against a tree or in any place or position where another person may trip over or be injured by it; or
      (6)   Night operation. Ride a bicycle on any road after sunset or before sunrise without an attached headlight plainly visible at least 200 feet in front of such bicycle and without a red tail light or red reflector plainly visible at least 200 feet from the rear of such bicycle.
(Prior Code, § 1068.04)  (Ord. 42-1971, passed 3-15-1971)