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(1)Except for the purposes of the holding of the events listed in schedule 8, the Council, when considering whether to make an order under—
(a)section 14(1) (Temporary prohibition or restriction on roads) of the 1984 Act for the reason given in section 14(1)(b) of that Act;
(b)section 16A(2) (Prohibition or restriction on roads in connection with certain events) of the 1984 Act;
(c)section 63 (Functions of regional and islands councils in relation to processions) of the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (c. 45); or
(d)section 62(1) (Temporary prohibition or restriction of traffic, etc. on roads for reasons of public safety or convenience) of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 (c. 54),
for a march, procession or other event along or across the route taken by the tram, must carry out the steps in subsection (2) in addition to any steps specified in the Act in question.
(2)The steps referred to in subsection (1) are that the Council—
(a)consult the authorised undertaker, and
(b)have regard to the safe, efficient and economic operation of the tram.
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