In addition to those definitions contained in the adopted sections of the motor vehicle laws of Oregon, the following words or phrases, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning, shall mean:
ALLEY: A narrow street through the middle of a block.
BICYCLE: Every device propelled by human power upon which any person may ride, having two (2) tandem wheels either of which is over twenty inches (20") in diameter.
BUS STAND: A fixed area in the roadway adjacent to the curb to be occupied exclusively by buses for layover in operating schedules or waiting for passengers.
CURB: The extreme edge of the roadway.
HOLIDAYS: Sundays, New Year's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
LOADING ZONE: A space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers, materials or freight.
PARK OR PARKING: The standing of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except when a vehicle is temporarily standing for the purpose of, and while actually engaged in, loading or unloading.
PARKWAY: That portion of a street not used as a roadway or as a sidewalk.
PASSENGER LOADING ZONE: A loading zone reserved only for the loading or unloading of passengers and their luggage.
PEDESTRIAN: Any person afoot.
PLAY STREET: A street temporarily set aside for use as a playground on which usual or general vehicular traffic is prohibited.
STOP: Complete cessation of movement.
TAXICAB STAND: A fixed area in the roadway used adjacent to the curb set aside for taxicabs to stand or wait for passengers.
TRAFFIC LANE: That portion of the roadway used for the movement of a single line of vehicles. (1962 Code § 9-1-2)