The roadside is any land that is within the boundaries of a road reserve (other than the shoulder of the road) which is not a roadway or a pathway and includes the land on which any vehicle crossing or pathway which connects from a roadway or pathway on a road to other land has been constructed.

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Any nature strip, forest, bushland, grassland or landscaped area within the road reserve would be considered to be part of the roadside.

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External Links & References

  1. Victorian Road Management Act 2004
  2. Whittlesea City Council Roadside Management Handbook
  3. Roadside Design, Safety & Barriers (VicRoads)
  4. Google Search
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