Sydney Olympic Park Authority Act 2001 No 57
Current version for 1 December 2018 to date (accessed 5 August 2020 at 00:04)
Part 4 Division 4 Section 41
41   Traffic management plans
(1)  The Authority is to prepare a traffic management plan, or plans, for all roads within Sydney Olympic Park, including roads that are coloured mauve on the drawing marked “Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Sydney Olympic Park, Drawing Number HS-J-L-006” dated 29 May 2001 and deposited in the office of the Authority.
(2)  The Authority:
(a)  may control and regulate traffic in any manner and for any purpose, and
(b)  may temporarily close a road at any time and for any purpose,
in accordance with a traffic management plan.
(3)  A traffic management plan may, with the consent of the owner or occupier of a private road, apply to a private road within Sydney Olympic Park in the same way as it applies to roads within Sydney Olympic Park that are not private roads, subject to subsection (4).
(4)  A traffic management plan cannot authorise the closure of a private road unless the owner or occupier of the private road has consented to the closure. Such a consent may be given generally or in a particular case or class of cases.
(5)  A traffic management plan is to be prepared in consultation with RMS and does not have effect unless and until RMS has consented in writing to the plan.
(6)  The consent of RMS under subsection (5) is taken to be a consent for the purposes of the Roads Act 1993 and the road transport legislation (within the meaning of the Road Transport Act 2013) in so far as the consent of RMS would, but for this subsection, be required under that Act or that legislation in relation to any matter dealt with in or arising under the traffic management plan.
(7)  The Authority may amend a traffic management plan from time to time. Subsection (5) applies to the amendment of a traffic management plan in the same way as it applies to a traffic management plan.
(8)  Nothing in this section affects the functions of the Authority as a roads authority under the Roads Act 1993.