Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004

9.2 Level crossings controlled by traffic signals or barriers

(1)

A driver approaching a level crossing that is controlled by a stop sign must—

(a)

stop the driver’s vehicle in a position and for a time that enables the driver to ascertain whether the line is clear; and

(b)

remain stationary until the way is clear to proceed.

(2)

A driver approaching a level crossing that is controlled by a give-way sign must give way to any rail vehicle that is approaching or crossing the level crossing.

(3)

While a steady red signal in the form of a disc or 2 alternately flashing red signals in the form of a disc are displayed at a level crossing, a driver facing the signals must not enter the controlled area.

(4)

While a warning device in the form of a barrier arm is for the time being lowered at a level crossing, a driver facing the barrier arm must not enter the controlled area.

Compare: SR 1976/227 r 11(1), (1A)