|9.13 Regulation of Vehicular Traffic at the La Crosse Municipal Airport
(A) DEFINITION OF WORDS AND PHRASES.
(1) Pedestrian. Any person afoot.
(2) Vehicle. Every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported excepting, unless specifically included, vehicles used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks, or any vehicle propelled by the use of electricity obtained from overhead trolley structures.
(3) Emergency Equipment. Emergency equipment is defined as Ambulances, Crash Rescue and Fire Fighting Apparatus and such other equipment as the Airport Manager may designate as necessary to safeguard airport runways, taxiways, ramps, buildings and other property.
(B) OPERATION OF VEHICLES ON RUNWAYS, TAXIWAYS AND RAMPS.
No privately owned vehicle shall enter, be driven upon or operated upon any airport runway, taxiway or ramp or tie-down area or any area posted by signs prohibiting the entrance thereon. The provisions of this section shall not apply to Emergency Equipment and/or service, maintenance and construction equipment when engaged in performing official duties.
(C) SPEED OF VEHICLES.
No vehicle shall be driven upon any road within the perimeter of the La Crosse Municipal Airport, or upon other airport areas in excess of the speed limit posted at the entrance of said airport or within the boundaries thereof if more than one speed limit shall be applicable, nor shall the driver of any vehicle fail to adhere to any sign posted to regulate vehicular traffic on or about the La Crosse Municipal Airport for the public safety.
(D) PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC ON AIRPORT.
No pedestrian shall be allowed beyond the administration area or to the apron or aircraft tie-down area unless for the purpose of embarking in or disembarking from an aircraft, or unless authorized by the Airport Manager. Pedestrian traffic is prohibited in the air operations area and outlying areas of the airport except for those employees of the City, County, State, Federal Government, or contractors engaged in airport construction or maintenance work.