Engineering and Contracting Volume 42
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...will be per with or interrupt the passage of other street cars or vehicles. 5. A vehicle waiting at the curb shall promptly give way to another about to take on or let off passengers or merchandise. 6. The driver of a vehicle, on the approach of a fire engine or other Are apparatus, shall immediately draw said vehicle as near as practicable to the right-hand curb, and parallel thereto, and bring it to a standstill. 7. The driver of a street car shall immediately stop the car between Intersecting streets, and keep It stationary upon the approach of a fire engine or other Are apparatus. 8. During blockades and stoppages a clear space shall be kept open between all street cars at crossings. 9. Street cars and vehicles traveling In the same direction as such cars have the right of way, and the right to the track when meeting any other vehicle going in the opposite direction, and the driver of the vehicle going in the opposite direction shall be compelled to turn entirely off the tracks. 11. Funeral processions on their way to a cemetery have the right of way over other vehicles, and other vehicles are forbidden to drive through them, except as noted in Article I, ill. 12. THE DRIVERS OF ALL, VEHICLES MUST LOOK OUT FOR AND GIVE RIGHT OF WAY TO VEHICLES APPROACHING FROM THKIR RIGHT AT STREET INTERSECTIONS. SPEED. 1. No vehicle shall proceed at any time at a greater speed than the law allows, and is safe and proper under the conditions then obtaining. Where "DANGER! RUN SLOW" signs appear speed must at no time exceed twelve miles per hour. 2. No vehicle shall cross any street or avenue, or make any turn at a dangerous speed, and shall at no time exceed the legal limit. 3. No person shall operate a motor vehicle recklessly, and only at...
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- 13 Sep 2013
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