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S 14.2-66. Penalties.

It shall be unlawful to violate any of the prohibitions of section 14.2-63. Any person who violates any of these provisions shall be punished by a fine of not more than two hundred dollars ($200.00).

(12-7-74; Ord. No. 92-33, 7-11-92; Ord. No. 93-12, 7-1-93; Ord. No. 99-5, 2-20-99)

S 14.2-80. Prohibited conduct.

(a) For the purposes of this article, and unless otherwise specified herein, a “rail transit station” is a regular rail stopping place for the pick-up and discharge of passengers in regular route service, contract service, special or community type service, including the fare-paid areas and roofed areas of the rail transit stations (not bus terminals or bus stops) owned, operated, or controlled by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA).

It shall be unlawful for passengers or occupants, while aboard a public passenger vehicle, including buses and rapid rail passenger cars capable of seating twelve (12) or more passengers, owned, operated, or controlled by WMATA while said public passenger vehicle is transporting passengers in regular route service, contract service, special or community type service, or any person in a rail transit station owned, operated, or controlled by WMATA to:

(1) Park, operate, carry, wheel or chain to any fence, tree, railing, or other structure not specifically designated for such use, or cause to be parked, operated, carried, wheeled, or chained to any fence, tree, railing or other structure not specifically designed for such use, bicycles, tricycles, unicycles, mopeds, motor bikes, or any other such vehicle, unless said person has in his possession a valid current permit issued by WMATA for the transporting of non-collapsible bicycles by rail transit and said person is complying with all terms and conditions of said permit.

http://www.arlingtonva.us/Departments/CountyBoard/CountyCode/Ch14_2_MotorVehiclesAndTraffic.pdf

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