Governance

The University of Western Australia Lands By-Laws: Part 3 – Regulation of the Lands

3.1 The Senate may set apart areas of the Lands for the purpose of driving and parking vehicles and may specify—

(a) the hours during which persons may use a traffic area;
(b) the persons or class of persons who may use a traffic area;
(c) the length of time a person may park a vehicle in the traffic area;
(d) the fee, if any, to be paid for the use of a traffic area; and
(e) any other matter with respect to the use of traffic areas which it thinks fit.

3.2 The Vice-Chancellor may authorise the erection of any traffic signs in or adjacent to the traffic area, which may specify—

(a) the hours during which persons may use the traffic area;
(b) the persons or class of persons who may use the traffic area;
(c) the length of time a person may park a vehicle in the traffic area;
(d) the fee, if any, to be paid for the use of the traffic area; and
(e) any other matter with respect to the use of the parking areas which the Vice-Chancellor thinks fit.

All traffic signs have effect according to their tenor.

3.3 The Vice-Chancellor may set aside areas of the Lands for specified games, sports or exercise for use by members of specified clubs or organisations, and may specify times during which the areas may be so used.

3.4 An Authorised Person may issue a Permit or a Parking Permit or erect a traffic sign which exempts any person or vehicle, or any class of persons or vehicles from complying with any traffic sign in a traffic area.

3.5 An Authorised Person may reserve any parking bay for a specific purpose or for use by a specific person or class of persons by a traffic sign placed in or near the reserved parking bay.

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