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Highway 104 Western Alignment Regulations

made under Section 20 of the
Highway 104 Western Alignment Act
S.N.S. 1995, c. 4
O.I.C. 96-357 (May 14, 1996), N.S. Reg. 91/96
as amended by O.I.C. 2003-155 (April 10, 2003, effective March 1, 2003), N.S. Reg. 86/2003

1 These regulations may be cited as the "Highway 104 Western Alignment Regulations".
Heading added: O.I.C. 2003-155, N.S. Reg. 86/2003.

Delineation and further definition of "Western Alignment"
2 "Western Alignment" is delineated and further defined to mean the right-of-way shown on plans identified by NSDOT File No. 64902 entitled "Western Alignment TCH 104 - Thomson to Colchester County Line" (Sheets 1-27) and NSDOT File No. 64625 entitled "HWY 104 Western Alignment - County Line to Masstown" (Sheets 1-26), the highway on the right-of-way, the bridges, overpasses, culverts and structures forming part of the highway and the toll booth, weigh stations, service facilities and maintenance facilities located on the right-of-way and serving the highway.
Heading added: O.I.C. 2003-155, N.S. Reg. 86/2003.

Prohibition respecting non-payment of toll
3 (1) No person shall operate a vehicle within the Western Alignment unless the toll for doing so has been paid or unless the person and the Corporation have entered into an agreement for the payment of the toll.

(2) A person who operates a vehicle within the Western Alignment without having paid the toll for doing so or without having entered into an agreement referred to in Section 1 is guilty of an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a minimum fine of $50.00.
Section 3 added: O.I.C. 2003-155, N.S. Reg. 86/2003.