SCHEDULE III. U-TURNS.
   (A)   Brodie Lane.
      (1)   State law: Tex. Transportation Code §§ 544.002 and 544.004;
      (2)   Times: all times;
      (3)   Fine: the city shall cause to be erected signs that will give notice of this prohibition; misdemeanor; any person while driving or operating any motor vehicle on or along any portion of Brodie Lane in the city who completes a 180-degree turn when the person began or completed the turn within the city limits of the city is violating this division (A) and is committing the offense of illegal U-turn. The use of the words “illegal U-turn” shall be sufficient for the complaint, if it is sufficient in other respects, to allege that the defendant committed the offense of illegal U-turn while driving a motor vehicle on or along Brodie Lane within the city limits; the maximum amount of a fine for a violation of this division (A) shall be the maximum amount allowed for the fine by the state legislature; and
      (4)   Effective date: shall not become effective until the city causes to be erected the signs necessary to give notice of this prohibition.
   (B)   Ernest Robles Way.
      (1)   Location: from its northernmost intersection with Jones Road to its intersection with Highway 290 West shall not complete a 180-degree turn, or what is also known as a U-turn, when the driver began or completed such turn within the city limits; and
      (2)   Effective date: shall not become effective until the city causes to be erected.
   (C)   Jones Road.
      (1)   Prohibition: pursuant to the State Transportation Code, the City Council determines that the driver of a motor vehicle on Jones Road shall not complete a 180-degree turn, or what is also known as a U-turn, when the driver began or completed the turn within the city limits; and
      (2)   Fine: any person who violates any provision of this division (C) shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor; the maximum amount of a fine for a violation of this division (C) shall be the maximum amount as allowed for a fine by the state legislature; when a member of the City Police Department discovers a vehicle unlawfully parked or blocking traffic in violation of this division (C), the police officer is authorized to issue a citation, which either may be left in a conspicuous place on the vehicle or give to the driver or other person in charge of the vehicle.
(Ord. 940315A,  passed 3-15-1994; Ord. 951107C, passed 11-7-1995; Ord. 990216, passed 2-16-1999; Ord. 020820, passed 8-20-2002; Ord. 040720, passed 7-20-2004)