I'm wondering whether the "Cyclists Dismount" signs that we see around the place have any legal standing (i.e. is it against the law to not dismount?) or whether the signs are advisory only? I've attached a couple of examples - the first at the end of a shared use path and the second at a railway crossing. Any advice would be appreciated.

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On railway land they need to be obeyed, elsewhere on road related areas apparently not as they are advisory only. The proper sign to tell cyclists to dismount is the red circle with a diagonal slash imposed over a bicycle symbol. Plenty of previous discussions have taken place on this site, e.g. Here.

Another recent thread on the subject is this one https://www.adelaidecyclists.com/forum/topics/permanent-cyclists-di...

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