2011 South Dakota Code
Title 32 MOTOR VEHICLES
Chapter 28. Traffic Control Devices
- §32-28-1 Traffic controlled by go, caution, or stop lights--Signal at place other than intersection.
- §32-28-2 Meaning of green or "go" signal--Vehicular traffic--Pedestrians.
- §32-28-3 Meaning of steady yellow light--Vehicular traffic--Pedestrians.
- §32-28-4 Meaning of steady red light or stop signal--Vehicular traffic--Right turn on red.
- §32-28-4.1 Left turn on red--Local option--Violation of restrictions as misdemeanor.
- §32-28-5 Meaning of steady red light with green arrow--Vehicular traffic--Pedestrians.
- §32-28-6 Flashing red or yellow signal--Violation as petty offense.
- §32-28-7 Meaning of flashing red signal--Violation as misdemeanor.
- §32-28-8 Meaning of flashing yellow signal--Violation as misdemeanor.
- §32-28-8.1 Lane direction control signals.
- §32-28-8.2 Procedure when traffic lights malfunctioning.
- §32-28-9 Signals at railway grade crossings.
- §32-28-9.1 Pedestrian control signals--Violation by driver as misdemeanor--Violation by pedestrian as petty offense.
- §32-28-10 Other traffic control devices--Directions by police officer--Violation as misdemeanor.
- §32-28-11 Requirement that official signal be in proper position and legible.
- §32-28-12 Control without signs where not required.
- §32-28-13 Traffic light control by law enforcement officers.
- §32-28-14 Repealed.
- §32-28-15 Disruption or interference with traffic signal preemption system as misdemeanor.
- §32-28-16 Exceptions to application of the provisions of § 32-28-15.
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