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The Offence of Jaywalking in New South Wales

Regulations 231 and 232 of the Road Rules 2014 make it an offence for a pedestrian to commence crossing a road:

A. Within 20 metres of a place where there is a pedestrian or traffic light other than on the pathway adjacent to the light, or

B. At a pedestrian light or traffic lights where there is no pedestrian light unless it is green.

It is also an offence for a pedestrian to remain on the roadway longer than necessary, to cause a hazard or to obstruct a driver, rider or other pedestrian.

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