Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland
1999 No. 41
ROAD TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES
Taxis (Ballymoney) Bye-Laws (Northern Ireland) 1999
1st February 1999
Coming into operation
15th March 1999
The Department of the Environment, in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Article 65(1) and (2) of the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1981(1), and of every other power enabling it in that behalf, hereby makes the following Bye-Laws:
Citation, commencement and interpretation
1.—(1) These Bye-Laws may be cited as the Taxis (Ballymoney) Bye-Laws (Northern Ireland) 1999 and shall come into operation on 15th March 1999.
(2) In these Bye-Laws “taxi” means a public service vehicle used in standing or plying for hire on a road and used to carry passengers for hire and being a vehicle seating not more than eight passengers in addition to the driver.
Location and number of taxis
2. In the local government district of Ballymoney no stand or starting place for taxis shall be used except that specified in column 2 of the Schedule in relation to the location specified opposite thereto in column 1, their number shall not exceed that specified in column 3 and the hours available for use shall be as stated in column 4.
Sealed with the Official Seal of the Department of the Environment on
1st February 1999.
Position of Stands or Starting Places
Maximum Number of Taxis
Hours Available for Use
from a point approximately 3 metres north of its junction with Church Street for a distance of approximately 22 metres;
At any time
(b)from a point approximately 12 metres north of its junction with Linenhall Street for a distance of approximately 15 metres.
At any time
(This note is not part of the Bye-Laws.)
These Bye-Laws prescribe the exact locations which may be used as stands or starting places for taxis in the local government district of Ballymoney, prescribe the maximum number of taxis which may use these stands or starting places and the hours available for use.
S.I. 1981/154 (N.I. 1); see Article 2(2) for the definition of “Department”