Section 14-180 Traffic restrictions in vicinity of university.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21390 on 08/20/2012, Section 14-180 read as follows.
(a) When day classes are in session at the University of
Missouri, and signs are installed in
each block giving notice thereof, no motor vehicles except buses and vehicles of residents living
in the block south of the library bounded by Conley Avenue on the north, Hitt Street on the east,
Rollins on the south, and Missouri Avenue on the west, to whom special permits are issued for
access into the closed areas, as authorized by the city manager; emergency vehicles; fire and
police vehicles; city utility vehicles; authorized service and maintenance vehicles while engaged
in service and maintenance to a facility, building, street, walk, grounds, or area within the closed
portion, where adequate access for the area or location is unavailable; and authorized University
of Missouri vehicles, shall be permitted between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. upon the
following streets or portions of streets:
Conley Avenue, from Ninth Street to the east line of Missouri Avenue.
Hitt Street, from a point seventy-five (75) feet south of the south curbline of University
Avenue, thence south five hundred forty-four (544) feet.
Ninth Street, from the south line of the entrance to Middlebush Hall parking lot to Conley
Rollins Street, from a point fifty (50) feet east of the east curbline
of Missouri Avenue, thence
east six hundred ninety (690) feet.
(b) There shall be no parking at any time on any of the streets
or portions of streets described
in this section.
(c) The city administration is authorized to establish a
system of bicycle ways, eight (8) feet
wide or less, upon the streets closed under this section, for use while such streets are closed.
(d) Only city buses are allowed to stop along the
curbline or use the bus pullout location on
Rollins Street at the location described in subsection (a).
(Code 1964, § 12.243; Ord. No. 10390, § 1, 12-3-84; Ord. No. 12237, §
1, 5-1-89; Ord. No.
20753, § 1, 9-20-10)