(1) The security of
all vehicle and pedestrian gates, doors, fences, walls, and barricades which
lead from a tenant, lessee or contractor area to or from the AOA or any other
restricted area shall be the responsibility of the tenant, lessee or contractor
abutting said AOA.
(2) Only persons
possessing a valid Airport vehicle operator's permit issued by the Executive
Director or designated representatives are authorized to operate a motor
vehicle on the Aerodrome.
motor vehicles approved and authorized in accordance with the requirements of
will be permitted to operate on the
(4) When an Airport
"approved" permit for a vehicle has been issued, such permit shall be
prominently displayed on the vehicle.
(5) All persons involved in any accident,
including one involving aircraft, occurring on the aerodrome shall make a full
written report thereof to the appropriate Airport Police Unit as soon as
possible after the accident. Said report shall include their names and
addresses, plus those of any witnesses available. Any accident involving an
aircraft must be reported to the Massport Operations Office.
(6) All vehicles operating on the landing
area shall obtain clearance from the Control Tower and notify Massport
Operations Office before entering thereon and shall also obtain radio clearance
prior to entering upon or crossing any runway open to air traffic. Such
vehicles shall be equipped with or shall be escorted by a vehicle equipped with
an operating two-way radio on the appropriate ground control frequency. At all
hours such vehicles shall display in addition an overhead flashing red, amber
or blue light. All vehicles operating on the landing area shall continuously
monitor the appropriate ground control frequency and shall immediately comply
with any instructions from the Control Tower. During daylight hours
construction vehicles may enter upon the landing areas under special provision
which shall be prescribed by the Executive Director with the concurrence of the