NJSA 39:4-85.1, Wrong Way on a One Way Street

Driving the wrong way down a one way street is a two point moving violation and carries a fine of up to $200. A paramount consideration with this type of motor vehicle offense is whether the signage was clearly and properly posted, with the authority to do so.

39:4-85.1 Designation of one-way traffic.

42. The commissioner with respect to highways under his jurisdiction may by regulation, and local and county authorities with respect to highways under their jurisdiction may by ordinance or resolution designate any such highway or any separate roadway of such highway for one-way traffic and shall erect appropriate signs giving notice thereon.
Upon a highway or roadway properly designated and signed for one-way traffic, a vehicle shall be driven only in the direction designated.
L.1951,c.23,s.42; amended 2003, c.13, s.50.

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