(a) The driver of a vehicle overtaking any interurban electric or streetcar stopped
or about to stop for the purpose of receiving or discharging any passenger shall stop
the vehicle to the rear of the nearest running board or door of such car and thereupon
remain standing until all passengers have boarded the car or upon alighting have reached
a place of safety, except as provided in subdivision (b) hereof.
(b) Where a safety zone has been established or at an intersection where traffic is
controlled by an officer or a traffic control signal device, a vehicle need not be
brought to a stop before passing any interurban electric or streetcar but may proceed
past such car at a speed not greater than 10 miles per hour and with due caution for
the safety of pedestrians.
(c) Whenever any trolley coach or bus has stopped at a safety zone to receive or discharge
passengers, a vehicle may proceed past such trolley coach or bus at a speed not greater
than 10 miles per hour.
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