[HISTORY: Derived from the Charter and Ordinances, 1974, of the City of Buffalo as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Derived from Sec. 3.1 of Ch. IV of the Charter and Ordinances, 1974]
No person shall operate or drive any vehicle which is propelled by any power other than muscular power on that property in the City known as the "Riverwalk." The Riverwalk is generally described, for the purposes of this section, as follows: a paved pedestrian bicycle path running from Erie Street in downtown Buffalo, running behind the Waterfront Village into and through LaSalle Park to Porter Avenue to the New York State Thruway right-of-way, under the railroad tracks over the pedestrian bridge to Sheridan Terrace. The Riverwalk thus continues at West Ferry and Niagara Streets over the West Ferry Bridge to Broderick Park, along Squaw Island to the International Railroad Bridge crossing again to Niagara Street, extending along the New York State Thruway right-of-way to the Ontario Street boat launch, then crossing over on the Irene K. Gardner Pedestrian Bridge to Niagara Street.