(A)   Neb. RS 60-682.01 provides fines for operating a motor vehicle in violation of authorized speed limits and states that the fines are doubled if the violation occurs within a school crossing zone.
   (B)   Neb. RS 60-6,134.01 makes it unlawful for a person operating a motor vehicle to overtake and pass another vehicle in a school crossing zone in which the roadway has only one lane of traffic in each direction and provides fines for violation of that prohibition.
   (C)   The Governing Body may, by resolution, designate to the public any area of a roadway, other than a freeway, as a school crossing zone through the use of a sign or traffic-control device as specified by the Governing Body in conformity with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.  Any school crossing zone so designated starts at the location of the first sign or traffic-control device identifying the school crossing zone and continues until a sign or traffic-control device indicates that the school crossing zone has ended. 
(1990 Code, § 5-223)  (Ord. 488, passed 9-15-1998)  Penalty, see § 10.99
Statutory reference:
   Related state law provisions, see Neb. RS 60-658.01