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I learned something new about the Highway Traffic Act today:
143. No driver or operator of a vehicle upon a highway shall turn the vehicle so as to proceed in the opposite direction when,
(b) on a railway crossing or within 30 metres of a railway crossing;
I've seen people pulled over on the north side of Lakeshore west of Carlaw before and never understood why...until today.
I was issued a $110 ticket that carries 2 points. The cop said they didn't need to have a NO U-TURN sign there and it's something we learn when taking our drivers test (!)
Such a trap, catching people on a little known law, especially on a rarely used railway crossing.
Consider yourself warned! :)
Weird. I guess Morse Street is still ok? Due to being a one-way street, a U-turn is the only option other than going around in a big circle if you're coming from the west.