Don’t be caught out parking near a kerb with a continual yellow line next time you’re out on the road, or it will cost you. The continuous yellow line is synonymous with the no stopping sign, meaning cars are prohibited from stopping or parking in that area. The yellow lines may be used in conjunction with a no stopping sign or used instead of one, so don’t be fooled if there is no sign!
The not-so-well-known rule has been around since the late 1990s and was implemented by governing authorities to reduce the number of no stopping signs cluttering the streets.
Everyone involved with Queensland's personalised transport system – passengers, drivers and rank staff – is entitled to either a journey or a job free of verbal and physical abuse and intimidation.
TMR expects that passengers, drivers and rank staff will behave respectfully to one another. This will further contribute to our state's reputation of having a first-class, professional, personalised transport industry that is safe, sustainable and accessible. There are likely to be individual consequences for abusive behaviour, and it will also affect other industries, such as tourism and hospitality, if Queensland's reputation as a safe, fun, family-friendly destination is put at risk by careless words or actions.