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Sharing the road with pedestrians

A pedestrian is someone who is walking or running, or using a:

When driving or riding in Queensland, you must:

  • give way to pedestrians using children’s, pedestrian or marked foot crossings
  • give way to pedestrians crossing a road you’re turning into
  • give way to pedestrians in a shared zone or slip lane
  • travel at a speed allowing you to stop safely at a crossing if needed
  • prepare to stop if you see another vehicle or bicycle stop, or slow down near a crossing.

You should also take care to:

  • travel carefully in areas with children—such as schools and playgrounds
  • allow more time for a person with a disability, or a senior pedestrian to cross the road
  • reduce your speed at night around entertainment venues where people gather.
Last updated
13 April 2015
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