City of Bridgeton, MO
St. Louis County
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Cross Reference — As to speed limits generally, see schedule II; as to school and park speed limits, see schedule III.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.410, 7-6-1988]
All portions of highways, arterial roadways and streets on which a speed limit has been established shall be marked by signs erected at least at the beginning of such designated portions of highways, arterial roadways and streets.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.415, 7-6-1988]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle upon the portions of State highways, arterial roads or City streets described in Schedule II of this Title in excess of the speed limits indicated for each portion. The City Council may, by ordinance, limit speed on all portions of roadways as engineering investigations show the necessity for such limitations with the concurrence of the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission and St. Louis County Department of Highways and Transportation.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.420, 7-6-1988]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle at a speed of less than forty (40) miles per hour upon any divided highway designated as part of the Federal Interstate System within the City of Bridgeton, Missouri, except when a slower speed is required for safe operation of the vehicle because of weather or other special conditions.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.425, 7-6-1988]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle on any roadway or alleyway used by the general motoring public, at a rate of speed in excess of twenty (20) miles per hour, except on highways or in zones otherwise provided for by ordinance.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.430, 7-6-1988]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle on any parking lot at a rate of speed greater than a reasonable and prudent rate of speed, having regard to the visibility, weather conditions, condition of pavement and traffic and use of the parking lot. In no case shall the rate of speed exceed fifteen (15) miles per hour.
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Cross Reference — Moving a vehicle away from curb unlawful, when, see §350.210 of this Code.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.435, 7-6-1988]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle upon those portions of the roadways which are set forth and described in Schedule III at a rate of speed in excess of that speed limit set for such portions of the roadways by said Schedule.
[Ord. No. 88-39 §24.440, 7-6-1988]
No person shall drive at such a slow speed or in such position on the roadway so as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic. This provision shall not apply when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation, or because the driver is upon a grade or when the vehicle is a truck or trailer, necessarily or in compliance with law, proceeding at reduced speed.