Md. Code Regs. - Access to Property of the Authority

A. The Authority shall allow access onto Authority property to the extent necessary for a permittee to perform services permitted under these regulations. Tolls for a permittee's use of Authority property in connection with services performed under a permit may not be waived. The permittee may recover from the motorist of the towed vehicle the actual cost of the tolls charged for use of Authority property.
B. Unless otherwise required by any rule or regulation, a permittee shall comply strictly with the following provisions:
(1) A permittee's vehicle is allowed to enter and leave Authority property only at interchanges or emergency gates designated by the Authority, unless otherwise allowed in writing by the Chief of Police or the Chief's designee.
(2) A permittee's vehicle may not travel in a direction opposite to the normal flow of traffic, unless otherwise directed by the police.
(3) A permittee's vehicle may make U-turns on Authority property at points designated by the Authority when the permittee is responding to a request for service. However, a permittee's vehicle may not make a U-turn while towing a disabled vehicle, except as authorized by the police.
(4) A permittee's equipment operator shall cooperate with and follow all directions of the police and authorized employees of the Authority in all matters concerning clearing of the roadway and traffic control on Authority property.


Md. Code Regs.
Regulation .10 amended effective April 5, 2010 (37:7 Md. R. 572)
Regulation .10A amended effective April 5, 1999 (26:7 Md. R. 544)

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