|1670||Regulation of traffic within municipal facilities.|
|1671||Access of motorcycles.|
S 1670. Regulation of traffic within municipal facilities. Any local authority or school district, with respect to driveways or parking fields accessory to any school, playground, park, municipal building, installation or facility, and under the jurisdiction of such local authority or school district for general regulatory or custodial purposes, may by ordinance, order, rule or regulation: 1. Prohibit, restrict or limit the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles. 2. Regulate the direction of traffic. 3. Establish lower maximum speed limits at which vehicles may proceed than the fifty-five miles per hour statutory maximum speed limit. 4. Adopt such additional reasonable ordinances, orders, rules and regulations with respect to traffic as local conditions may require subject to the limitations contained in the various laws of this state. 5. Provide for the removal and storage of vehicles when: (a) parked in the parking fields or driveways during snowstorms, floods, fires or other public emergencies; or (b) found unattended in the parking fields or driveways where they constitute an obstruction to traffic; or (c) found abandoned in the parking fields or driveways, and for the payment of reasonable charges for such removal and storage by the owner or operator of any such vehicle. 6. Make special provisions with relation to stopping, standing or parking of vehicles registered pursuant to section four hundred four-a of this chapter or those possessing a special vehicle identification parking permit issued in accordance with section one thousand two hundred three-a of this chapter. S 1671. Access of motorcycles. No local authority may enact or enforce a law that applies only to motorcycles and the principal purpose of which is to restrict the access of motorcycles to any highway or portion of a highway under the jurisdiction of any such local authority for which state funds have been utilized for planning, design, construction or maintenance. Provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall be deemed to supersede the authority of any local authority to regulate traffic pursuant to the provisions of this title, or to regulate noise. Top of Page
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