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Article 4(2)

SCHEDULE 1N.I.CONTRAVENTIONS SUBJECT TO PENALTY CHARGES

Offences under the 1997 OrderN.I.

An offence under Article 4(5), 5(9), 7(9) or 8(3) of contravening a prohibition or restriction on the waiting of vehicles in any public road or in any area or the loading or unloading of vehicles.

[F1 An offence under Article 4(5) of contravening a prohibition or restriction on the entering or proceeding of a vehicle in a bus lane.]

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[F1 An offence under Article 4(5) of contravening a prohibition on the use of motor vehicles under The Prohibition of Traffic (Chichester Street, Belfast) Order (Northern Ireland) 2007.]

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[F1 An offence under Article 4(5) of contravening a prohibition on motor vehicles entering Donegall Square West, Belfast under The Prohibition of Traffic (Belfast) Order (Northern Ireland) 1979.]

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[F1 An offence under Article 4(5) of contravening a prohibition on the entering or proceeding of a vehicle in the link road from Dublin Road to Market Square, Antrim under The Control of Traffic (Antrim) Order (Northern Ireland) 2008.]

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[F1 An offence under Article 4(5) of contravening the prohibition on the use of a length of Castle Street, Belfast under Article 7 of The Control of Traffic (Belfast) Order (Northern Ireland) 2011.]

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An offence under Article 14(1).

An offence under Article 19(1) or (3) (certain offences relating to parking places on roads where charges may be made).

[F2An offence under Article 27A(2).]

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An offence under Article 59(4) (contravention of regulations relating to pedestrian or other crossings).

Other offencesN.I.

[F3An offence under Article 20(4) of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993 of contravening a prohibition on the entering, proceeding or waiting of a vehicle under The Westlink (Busways) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2008.]

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[F3An offence under Article 20(4) of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993 of contravening a prohibition on the entering, proceeding or waiting of a vehicle in a bus lane under Article 9 of The Motorway Traffic Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2008.]

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An offence under Article 50 of the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 (NI 18) of contravening an indication given by a traffic sign of a type shown in diagram 636 of Schedule 2 to the Traffic Signs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997 (S.R. 1997 No. 386) (temporary prohibition of waiting except for loading and unloading) (construing the reference to the traffic sign in accordance with regulation 4(b) of those Regulations).

[F4An offence under that Article of contravening in respect of a stationary vehicle a traffic sign indicating a prohibition on the use of vehicles under the following orders—

(a)The Prohibition of Traffic (Royal Avenue and Rosemary Street, Belfast) Order (Northern Ireland) 1990;

(b)The Prohibition of Traffic (Dunluce Street, Larne) Order (Northern Ireland) 1992;

(c)The Prohibition of Traffic (North Street, Carrickfergus) Order (Northern Ireland) 1993; and

(d)The Prohibition of Traffic (Church Lane, Portadown) Order (Northern Ireland) 1999.]

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An offence under that Article of contravening in respect of a stationary vehicle a traffic sign indicating a prohibition or restriction under an order under Article 100(1) of the Planning (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 (NI 11) on the use of vehicles on a road (within the meaning of that Order of 1991).

[F5An offence under any statutory provision of contravening—

(a)a prohibition or restriction on the use of a stand or starting place for taxis or taxis of a particular description by a vehicle which is not a taxi or not a taxi of that description; or

(b)a prohibition or restriction on a taxi or a taxi of a particular description from standing or plying for hire or reward within a prescribed distance of a stand or starting place for taxis.

(For the purposes of this paragraph “taxi” has the meaning given by section 57(1) of the Taxis Act (Northern Ireland) 2008).]

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ExceptionsN.I.

This Schedule does not apply to an offence under Article 4(5), 5(9), 7(9) or 8(3) of the 1997 Order where a person contravenes a prohibition or restriction by causing or permitting a vehicle to wait—

(a)in such a position as to obstruct access to any premises; or

(b)(unless the prohibition or restriction is indicated by a traffic sign) in a public road within 15 metres of its junction with any other road.

This Schedule does not apply to an offence under Article 14(1) of the 1997 Order where a person otherwise than as authorised by a licence under Article 13(14) of that Order uses part of an off-street parking place as mentioned in Article 13(14) of that Order.

Article 41(4)

SCHEDULE 2N.I.AMENDMENTS OF SCHEDULES 2 TO 6 TO THE 1997 ORDER

1.  Amend the 1997 Order as follows.N.I.

2.—(1) Amend Schedule 2 to the 1997 Order (experimental traffic schemes) as follows.N.I.

(2) In paragraph 4—

(a)in sub-paragraph (1) for “area in which any road to which the scheme relates is situated” substitute “ district where the scheme applies ”;

(b)in sub-paragraph (2)—

(i)in head (c), after the word “road” insert “ or area ”;

(ii)in head (d), omit “in that area”.

(3) In paragraph 7(1)(b)(ii), for “area in which any road to which the scheme relates is situated” substitute “ district where the scheme applies ”.

(4) In paragraph 9, for “area in which any road to which the scheme relates is situated” substitute “ district where the scheme applies ”.

(5) In paragraph 10(2), for “area in which any road to which the provision relates” substitute “ district where the provision applies ”.

3.—(1) Amend Schedule 3 (temporary traffic regulation) as follows.N.I.

(2) In paragraph 2, for “area” substitute “ district ”.

(3) In paragraph 5(a), omit “in the area”.

4.—(1) Amend Schedule 4 (orders under Article 10, 13 or 15) as follows.N.I.

(2) In paragraph 3—

(a)in sub-paragraph (1), for “area” substitute “ district ”;

(b)in sub-paragraph (2)(d), omit “in that area”.

(3) In paragraph 6(b), for “area” substitute “ district ”.

(4) In paragraph 7(1), for “area” substitute “ district ”.

5.—(1) Amend Schedule 5 (orders under Article 36(3)(a), 37 or 38) as follows.N.I.

(2) In paragraph 3—

(a)in sub-paragraph (2)(d), omit “in that area”;

(b)in sub-paragraph (4), for “area” substitute “ district ”.

(3) In paragraph 6(b), for “area” substitute “ district ”.

6.—(1) Amend Schedule 6 (inquiries) as follows.N.I.

(2) In paragraph 1—

(a)in sub-paragraph (1)(b), for “area” substitute “ district ”;

(b)in sub-paragraph (2)(f), omit “in that area”.

Article 47

SCHEDULE 3N.I.REPEALS

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Commencement Information

I1Sch. 3 wholly in force at 30.10.2006; Sch. 3 in force for certain purposes at 20.8.2005 see art. 1(2); Sch. 3 in force at 30.10.2006 in so far as not already in force by S.R. 2006/347, art. 2, Sch.

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The Road Traffic Offenders (Northern Ireland) Order 1996 (NI 10).In Part I of Schedule 1, the entries relating to Articles 56 and 57 of the Road Traffic Regulation (Northern Ireland) Order 1997.
The Road Traffic Regulation (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 (NI 2).In Article 2(2), the definitions of “excess charge” and “initial charge”.
 Article 13(3) and (4).
 Article 14(3)(b).
 Article 16(1).
 In Article 19, in paragraph (1)(a)(ii), the words “after the excess charge has been incurred” and paragraph (7).
 Articles 56 and 57.
 In Schedule 1, in paragraph 3(2)(d), the words “in that area”.
 In Schedule 2, in paragraph 4(2)(d), the words “in that area”.
 In Schedule 3, in paragraph 5(a), the words “in the area”.
 In Schedule 4, in paragraph 3(2)(d), the words “in that area”.
 In Schedule 5, in paragraph 3(2)(d), the words “in that area”.
 In Schedule 6, in paragraph 1(2)(f), the words “in that area”.

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