Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004

2.5A Cyclists turning right at intersections

(1)

A cyclist may turn right at an intersection by making a right turn in accordance with clause 2.5(2) or (3).

(2)

Alternatively, a cyclist may turn right at an intersection by making a hook turn. To make a hook turn, the cyclist must do the following:

(a)

approach and enter the intersection from as close as practicable to the far left side of the roadway that the cyclist is leaving; and

(b)

move forward into the intersection while—

(i)

keeping as close as practicable to the far left side of the intersection; and

(ii)

keeping as clear as practicable of any marked foot crossing; and

(iii)

keeping clear of any driver turning left from the left side of the roadway that the cyclist is leaving; and

(c)

go as close as practicable to the far left side of the roadway that the cyclist is entering; and

(d)

turn the cycle so that it is facing the roadway that the cyclist is entering; and

(e)

remain at the far left side of the roadway that the cyclist is entering until,—

(i)

if there are traffic signals at the intersection, the signal on the roadway that the cyclist is entering turns green; or

(ii)

if there are no traffic signals at the intersection, there are no approaching drivers on the roadway that the cyclist is leaving to whom the cyclist must give way; and

(f)

move forward into the roadway that the cyclist is entering.

Clause 2.5A: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 8 of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).