(1) Where a highway has been divided into two or more roadways by leaving a space
delineated by two double yellow lines or two yellow lines with a crosshatch pattern
or by a physical barrier or a clearly indicated dividing section that is constructed
in a way that impedes vehicular traffic, a vehicle may be driven only upon the right-hand
roadway unless directed or permitted by official traffic control devices or police
officers to use another roadway.
(2) A vehicle may not be driven over, across, or within a space, barrier, or section
described in subsection (1) except through an opening in the physical barrier or dividing
section or space or at an established crossover or intersection unless specifically
prohibited by a public authority.
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