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Greater Manchester (Light Rapid Transit System) Act 1994

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5Further works and powers

(1)Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Executive may make and maintain the further works in the borough described in this section, with all necessary works and conveniences connected therewith, and may exercise the powers hereinafter mentioned:—

(a)they may re-arrange the whole or any part of the footpath which lies between the points marked “J” and “K” on the deposited plans;

(b)they may stop up and discontinue the whole or any part of the footpath and subway which lie between the points marked “L” and “M” on the deposited plans;

(c)they may re-arrange the whole or any part of the junction of the streets known as Union Street West and King Street between the points marked “N” and “S” on the deposited plans;

(d)they may set back or re-arrange the whole or any part of the footway and kerblines at the junction of the streets known as King Street and George Street between the points marked “P” and “Q” on the deposited plans;

(e)they may set back or re-arrange the whole or any part of the footways and kerblines of the street known as Union Street which lie between the points marked “R” and “S”, “S” and “T”, “T” and “U”, “V” and “W”, “W” and “X”, “X” and “Y”, “AB” and “AC” and “Z” and “AA” respectively on the deposited plans;

(f)they may re-arrange the whole or any part of the footpaths which lie between the points marked “AH” and “AJ” on the deposited plans;

(g)they may set back or re-arrange the whole or any part of the kerblines of the street known as Oldham Way which lie between the points marked “AD” and “AE” and “AF” and “AG” respectively on the deposited plans.

(2)After the stopping up of any part of a footpath or street under subsection (1) above, all rights of way over or along the part of the footpath or street so stopped up shall be extinguished.

(3)In the exercise of the powers of subsection (1) above, the Executive may place such bollards or other obstructions for preventing the passage of vehicles as they consider appropriate and as may be agreed by the highway authority.

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