Sec. 5-2. Riding on sidewalks and pedestrian paths, and through underpasses; yielding the right of way and passing or overtaking.
   (a)    It shall be unlawful to ride a bicycle on any public sidewalks, or upon a designated pedestrian path in any public park, unless signs are posted specifically permitting bicycling.
   (b)    It shall be unlawful to ride a bicycle through any underpass when signs are posted prohibiting bicycling.
   (c)   A person riding a bicycle on a multi-use path, trail, or shared use path under the jurisdiction of the City of Tucson must yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian or horse and shall slow to ten (10) miles per hour and communicate to the pedestrian or equestrian rider before overtaking or passing.
(Ord. No. 7276, § 1, 9-11-89; Ord. No. 11582, § 1, 9-5-18)