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5.—(1) In this Order “works for road purposes” means works of any of the following descriptions executed in relation to a road—
(a)works for the maintenance of the road,
(c)the erection, maintenance, alteration or removal of traffic signs on or near the road, or
(d)the construction of a crossing for vehicles across a footway or grass verge or the strengthening or adaptation of a footway for use as a crossing for vehicles,
or works of any corresponding description executed in relation to a street which is not a road.
(2) In this Order “major road works” means works of any of the following descriptions executed by the Department in relation to a road which consists of or includes a carriageway—
(a)reconstruction or widening of the road,
(b)substantial alteration of the level of the road,
(c)provision, alteration of the position or width, or substantial alteration in the level of a carriageway, footway or cycle track in the road,
(d)the construction or removal of a road hump or other traffic calming works within the meaning of Article 65 of the Roads Order,
(e)works carried out in exercise of the powers conferred by Article 58(4)(b) of the Roads Order as applied by Article 86 of that Order (vehicle crossings over footways and verges),
(f)provision of a cattle-grid in the road or works ancillary thereto, or
(g)tunnelling or boring under the road.
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