135 Liability for cost of temporary traffic regulation.S
(1)Where by reason of road works—
(a)the traffic authority makes an order or issues a notice under section 14 of the M1Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (temporary prohibition or restriction of traffic), or
(b)a concessionaire issues a notice under that section by virtue of section 43(4) of this Act,
the authority or concessionaire may recover from the undertaker the whole of the costs incurred by them in connection with or in consequence of the order or notice.
(2)Those costs shall be taken to include, in particular, the cost to the authority or concessionaire—
(a)of complying with any requirement to notify the public of any matter in connection with the making, issuing or operation of the order or notice, and
(b)of providing traffic signs in connection with the prohibition or restriction of traffic by the order or notice.
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