Law 7/2005, of 21 February, designation of roads since the General Council in its session of February 21, 2005, has approved the following: law 7/2005, of 21 February, designation of roads reason through the Ordinances of the General Council, in particular the Regulations of 4 July 1969, the Regulations and July 13, 1987 and Regulations and of 13 July 1990 , were set in a more or less accurate designation and the class of the different sections of the General and secondary roads in the country.
The important evolution that have experienced the town planning and road traffic from the moment in which it was set what are the ways deserving of the category of main road and high road, in 1969, advise to proceed for postponed to a further adjustment in accordance with the reality of the movement and in the respective importance of the roads located in different places of the country.
The General Council in custody he had already the need to change the nomenclature when it passed, in 1993, the law of delimitation of competences of the common and the law of transfer in the Commons. The new powers and skills set had to lead to situations in which the Government may not act to invest in the improvement of roads that, in spite of having a national character, kept the categories in the same way, secondary and official, are common may not act without the agreement of the Government in the planning of roads that have lost all interurban and character have become urban exclusively even though they maintain the category of General roads.
During the approval of the budget of the year 1993 the General Council agreed-agreed that it was renewed the following year in approving the budget of 1994-Government entrusted the reclassification of all the roads of the Principality. The forecast to pass immediately a general plan of roads that had to include the required de facto left in suspense that agreement.
Even though the Road Plan has not come to see the light, on 14 May 2003, the Government adopted a sectoral Plan of new road infrastructures in the established with sufficient accuracy the expected development of the communication routes of national nature over the next few years. The sectoral Plan has been taken into account at the time of drafting this law.
Basic modifications contained in the regulatory text covering different aspects: will reorder the general structure of the roads, which ceases to be radial; avoid the double or triple designations for the same via and, above all, it is possible to change route of General roads on its way through the town centres, in those cases in which there is an alternative road that can ensure the necessary continuity of those favourably and, provided that there is the common agreement, for the change of ownership of the road which becomes main road. In addition, it creates the Directory General of roads, all anticipating the mechanisms to keep it updated by incorporating the highways set out in the sectoral Plan of new road infrastructures, as they are opening to traffic, and also the modification of the layout of the roads is carried out as a result of the changes of ownership of ways agreed with the common.
The other big news that introduces the Bill is the definition of a basic network of roads. This instrument is born of the realization that the possibility of movement in conditions of high intensity of traffic that the General roads severely injured by the crossing of the urban centres and by the influence of urban traffic on those, and pursues the aim to look for solutions that help to alleviate the situation and to use all the potential of existing roads and which are not built the alternative roads to the outside of the urban agglomerations planned in the sectoral Plan of the Government, and the arterial roads and sewers that the plans for planning and urbanism have to foresee within the crowds.
The basic network of roads is made up not only by the General Road, but also by a number of secondary roads and streets, or sections of roads and streets, which offer the possibility to distribute the traffic on the route of the towns and make it possible for the adoption of alternative solutions in order to maintain the circulation of vehicles in conditions of high intensity or in exceptional situations.
The inclusion of a road or street in the basic network of roads does not modify the legal regime to which it is subject by reason of its ownership, but introduces some conditions by reason of the role of mobility supraparroquial to what is intended. These conditions are basically two: on the one hand that the communal administration will have to ask for report to general administration before granting employment permits or temporary closure of roads that are included, and must notify the performances that she intends to carry it out; on the other hand, the need for a report from the national Table of mobility before embarking on any actions that modify substantially the capacity or functionality for the traffic of the roads that form part of the basic network.
The National Board of mobility is a new organ that creates this law to make possible the coordination of actions of the different administrations involved in the management of the basic network of roads. It is integrated by representatives of the Government and of local government, at the highest level, and attributed important functions of proposal, planning and coordination of the actions of the different administrations in the field of management of the basic network of roads, mobility and traffic management.
For the reasons expressed, the General Council adopts the present law.
Article 1 definition of main road and secondary schools according to their ownership, the roads are classified as highways and secondary roads. Those highways are roads owned by the General directors general and secondary roads those roads owned by a common.
Article 2 designation of General roads 1. The following are general roads: a) main road Nr. 1 (CG1): Andorra la Vella-border with Spain of the Runer River.
b) main road Nr. 2 (CG2): Andorra la Vella-border with France of the Ariège River.
c) main road Nr. 3 (CG3): Andorra-Ordino (bridge of the Spanish).
d) main road Nr. 3 (CG3 to): Andorra la Vella-junction with the CG3.
e) main road Nr. 4 (CG4): La Massana-port of Cabus.
f) main road Nr. 5 (CG5): Erts-PAL.
g) main road Nr. 6 (CG6): Roundabout of Aixovall-border with Spain of Os de Civís.
2. The layout of each of the General road is what is detailed in the General roads directory is published as annex number 1.
3. The roads included in the sectoral Plan of new road infrastructures approved by the Government on 14 May 2003, will acquire the status of General roads from its entry into service. At that time, the Government will include in the Directory General of roads, all identifying with a number and a name.
Article 3 transfer of the ownership of the roads 1. The general administration can transfer ownership in the Commons on the sections of the General roads, as long as the continuity of these and the service they provide is guaranteed, whether through a variation or deviation built by the Government, either through another vial of communal ownership and that the common transferred simultaneously to the general administration.
2. The transfer of ownership of sections of a main road in a common administrative document formalized between the administrations concerned and are ratified by law.
3. The transfer of ownership of a main road in a common does not modify the limits of construction of the buildings that face, which will continue to be calculated by application of the regulations on road width of the section in question, regardless of its new condition of the street, except in the case that the plan of arrangement and town planning had anticipated higher wide parish , in which case the latter rule will prevail.
Article 4 basic network of roads 1. You create a basic network of roads, which have the function of making possible the circulation of vehicles between the parishes, and between these and the main crossings, in conditions of safety and high traffic flow.
2. The basic network of roads to allow the continuity of interparochial and international traffic through urban areas; You should avoid or minimize the repercussions of urban traffic on the roads, and General possible alternative solutions to maintain the circulation of vehicles in exceptional situations.
Article 5 designation of the basic network of roads 1. All the General roads form part of the basic network of roads.
2. Make up the basic network of roadways, with complementary character, those secondary roads or sections of roads and streets or parts of streets that are listed in the annex No. 1. 2. Article 6 of the Basic Network Management 1. For the purposes of this law is called the management of a via the activities of definition of senses of circulation, traffic planning, determination of turns allowed or prohibited and other analogous or complementary.
2. The Administration of each holder via is competent to handle it. However, in the case of roads included in the basic network, administration, holder of a via may not modify substantially the capacity of traffic or the functionality without the favorable report of the national Table of mobility.
Article 7 performances in vials included in the basic network without prejudice to the competence of the administration of the holder to grant authorizations for temporary jobs, opening trenches close to sporting events or any other order, in the case of actions that affect roads included in the basic network of roads apply the following provisions: a) is required the authorization of the general administration and to the occupation or closure of urban sections of a main road. Excepts of this regime the performances promoted directly by the Government that they have to the operation and maintenance of the road, which will make the object only of communication prior to the communal administration.
b) before granting authorizations for the occupation or closure of secondary roads or streets included in the basic network of roads, the common request report to the Government, which may make observations regarding the terms or timetable in what has to be done the occupation or closure, or ask motivadament his opposition, within a period of eight days.
The silence of the Government during this period has the value of a favourable report.
c) in the case of occupations or enclosures promoted by the common owner of via, and if it is actions that should lead to employment or shutdown for a period exceeding fifteen days, the common has to inform the general administration with a minimum of thirty days, and this will be able to formulate objections relating to the terms or timetable in what has to be done the occupation or closure or make motivadament your opposition, within fifteen days following the notification. In the case of actions for a period of less than fifteen days, the terms mentioned will be reduced to half, and in the case of actions of exceptional significance or duration, the time will be doubled.
of) the report or objections of the public administration are intended exclusively to assess the impact of the projected performance of the circulation of vehicles in the basic network of roads, taking present the forecasts of traffic for the period and the other restrictions existing or projected simultaneously and set up alternative solutions to maintain the circulation of vehicles, and not be extended to other considerations.
e) The resolution that agreed the shutdown or the imposition of restrictions of movement in a way that is part of the basic network of roads must report immediately to the traffic management and information centre and also to the users, by means of the mechanisms approved by the National Board of mobility.
f) excluded from the previous regime the interventions that are intended to carry out urgent repairs to the road or on the networks of services that run on its subsoil, which are only subject to notification in the form provided for in the preceding section.
Article 8 of the basic network Signaling without prejudice to the competence of the administration of each holder via to carry it out the signage, the Government will determine the situation, the content and
the type of direction indicator signals (fate) to all the tracks that make up the basic network of roads, and shall assume the costs of the installation of the signals that determine.
Article 9 national Table of mobility 1. The National Board of mobility as a body of coordination of the general administration and are common in the area of traffic management and, in particular, of the basic network of roads, and with the following functions: a) to coordinate the actions of the Government that in part on traffic planning and management of roads that are part of the basic network.
b) Report, with mandatory, those acts of management of a network comprising that intends to carry out the Administration and that modify substantially the capacity of traffic or functionality.
c) Propose to the owner of a via the adoption of measures that will improve the ability of vehicular traffic or functionality.
d) Prepare mobility plans to activate in foreseeable situations of large influx of traffic or in other special or exceptional situations, such as natural disasters, exceptional snowfall, multiple accidents, or other comparable.
e) Propose the modification of the basic network of roads. The proposal will be instrumented by means of a bill of the Government.
f) Raise to the Government in the Commons and any other proposal it has for convenient management of the basic network of roads, mobility and traffic management.
2. The National Board of mobility consists of two organs: the full and the traffic management technique.
3. The Heart is formed by the following members: the Minister has assigned the competences in the area of roads, which the Board; the Minister who has attributed the competences in the field of the interior; the director of the police; the Consul greater or lesser of each parish, and the director of the Agency for mobility.
The president, on its own initiative or at the request of any of the members, may invite to participate in the meetings of the plenary, any other person who can contribute their expertise to the examination of the issues of the order of the day.
4. The table traffic management technique is composed of the following members: the director of the police, or the post in whom he may delegate, who assumes the Presidency; the head of the traffic of each parish, and the director of the Agency for mobility; You can also participate in its meetings any other person summoned by the president and who can contribute their expertise to the examination of the issues of the order of the day has to prepare meetings of the full function and also assumes the functions of coordination and implementation delegated to the full, in particular, in those situations where, because of the expected large influx of traffic management is needed, which includes all the territory of the Principality of Andorra as a single unit.
5. The full mobility of the National Board meets twice a year, in ordinary session. Also meets in extraordinary session, as many times as it is convened by the president, on its own initiative or at the request of any three of its members. The technical table meets in ordinary session once every quarter, and it may meet in extraordinary session as many times as it is convened by its Chairman, on its own initiative or at the request of any of its members.
6. The National Board of mobility approves its internal regulation via Full agreement, adopted on its own initiative, in what concerns, and at the proposal of the Management Board of the traffic, in what affects this.
The mobility Agency provides the technical infrastructure of the national Table of mobility; operating expenses resulting from this are assumed by the Government.
First final provision empowers the Government to modify, by Decree, the designation of secondary roads, approved by the General Council in the Regulations No. And public services of 13 July 1990, in order to adapt it to the changes in the road network resulting from this law.
Second final provision empowers the Government to supplement the General road Directory, describing the precise layout of each one of them, and to determine what are the sections of each main road. It also empowers the Government to update the directory of General roads through the incorporation of new General roads coming into service and transfers of ownership of sections of General roads.
These powers will be formalised in accordance with articles 2 and 3 of the present law.
Third final provision this law shall enter into force the day after its publication in the official bulletin of the Principality of Andorra.
Casa de la Vall, 21 February 2005 Francesc Areny Casal Syndic General Us the co-princes the sancionem and promulguem and let's get the publication in the official bulletin of the Principality of Andorra.
Joan Enric Vives Sicília Jacques Chirac President of the French Republic and the Bishop of Urgell Co-prince of Andorra Co-prince of Andorra Annex No. 2. And directory of General roads the route of General roads is that, for each one of them, is detailed below: main road Nr. 1 (CG1) got its start in Andorra la Vella in the Arab Street, follow to Avda.
Tarragona, Avda. Salou, la rotonda of Santa Coloma, the av. Roquefort, the av.
Francesc Cairat and has its end at the border of the Runer River.
Main road Nr. 2 (CG2) got its start in Andorra la Vella at the junction, follow the road to the shade, the new vial of Encamp, and has its end on the bridge that crosses the river Ariège, on the border with France.
Main road Nr. 3 (CG3) got its start in Escaldes-Engordany to the roundabout of Engolasters, follow to Avda. Miquel Mateu, the av. Charlemagne, the av. De Gaulle, co-Prince Avda. of the Nativity scene, the bridge of Sant Antoni, la Massana, Ordino and the crossing has its end on the bridge of the Spanish (Arcalis).
Main road Nr. 3rd (CG3 in) got its start in Andorra la Vella in the Tobira bridge and continues along Calle Prat de la Creu, carrer Dr. Mitjavila, Avda. Fiter i Rossell and has its end at the bridge of Escalls in Escaldes-Engordany.
Main road Nr. 4 (CG4) got its start at the roundabout of the Fourth square, at the intersection with the CG3 in la Massana, and has its end in the port of Cabus, on the border with Spain.
Main road Nr. 5 (CG5)
Got its start at the intersection of Erts, and has its final bridge Hailed from Arinsal.
Main road Nr. 6 (CG6) got its start in Sant Julià de Lòria hotels in Aixovall roundabout, at the junction with the CG1, and has its end at the border with Spain.
Annex No. II basic network of roads the basic network of roads is comprised of those who, for each parish, are listed below: Canillo CG2 CS 240 Montaup AV. Sant Joan de Caselles Encamp Encamp Deviation CG2 AV. Episcopal Coprince AV. de la Bartra AV. French Co-prince AV. Torrent Proclamation Envalira tunnel Pas de la Casa-G2 AV. General Council Envalira tunnel Ordino CG3 CS 340 Coll d'Ordino Travessia d'Ordino Arans CG3 Sornàs CG3 CG4 CG5 CG3, Ansalonga La Massana AV. del Ravell AV. del Via C/Schools AV. Sant Antoni Sispony CS CS CS Plans 320 321 330 Sispony Sispony Scarce AV. del Jovell C/de la Closa AV. de les Comes Anyós CS 335 L'aldosa CS 310 Anyós San Cristobal Pal CG4 AV. Coll de la Botella AV. Fontanella Arinsal Arinsal Andorra la Vella Comallempla CS CS 410 413 CG1 CG2 CG3 CG4 to CG3 AV. d'enclar Av. Santa Coloma AV. Princep Benlloch AV. Meritxell C/Prat de la Creu C/Bonaventura Armengol C/Virgen del Remei C/Descent of the mill C/Doctor Nequi C/Mn. Cinto Verdaguer C/Mn. Tremosa C/the Av Channels. Council of Europe C/Doctor Vilanova AV. Doctor Mitjavila AV. Salou AV. Tarragona, C/de Sant Julià de Lòria Union CG1 CG6 AV. Francesc Cairat AV. Rocafort Escaldes-Engordany CG2 CG3 CG3 to split Feda AV. schools AV. Coprince de Gaulle
AV. of the Manger AV. Carlemany AV. Miquel Mateu AV. Fiter i Rossell C/Josep Viladomat C/Esteve Albert C/of the Union