Law No. 363 Of 21 September 2006 On The Approval Of The National Landscaping - Section I - Transport Networks

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 363 din 21 septembrie 2006 privind aprobarea Planului de amenajare a teritoriului naţional - Secţiunea I - Reţele de transport

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LAW no.
363 of 21 September 2006 on the approval of the National Landscaping - Section I - Transport Networks
Issued



PARLIAMENT Published


Official Gazette no. 806 of 26 September 2006

Romanian Parliament adopts this law.

Article 1


(1) To approve the National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks, which includes directions of development of transport infrastructure, set out in Annexes. 1-10.


(2) The works covered by this law are of national interest and is in the public interest.


Article 2


Meaning of key terms used in this law is that of the Annex. 11.

Article 3


(1) Accomplishment of projects related to the development directions of the National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks investments are included in the lists annexed to the main spending budgets, based on feasibility studies and approved according to law.


(2) The works can be funded, in whole or in part, of the amounts allocated annually for this purpose from the state budget through the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Tourism, foreign credits, external grants and other legal sources, based on technical and economic documents approved as required by law.


(3) Development of new works, prioritized and included in the guidelines provided by this law, approved by Government decision.


(4) The programs on the execution of works related to the development directions set out in this law, according to the projects approved under the law shall be regulated by Government decision.


Article 4


(1) Provisions of the National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks are mandatory and applies spatial counties, cities, towns or villages, as appropriate.


(2) The delimitation of areas, corridors and sites needed transmission network is established by urbanism documentation and / or planning and feasibility studies, approved according to law.


(3) expropriation for public utility, land use and withdrawal from agricultural and forestry circuit is made according to the law.


(4) reserved land development of transport networks established by documentation landscaping under Art. 1 final construction authorization is prohibited without the assent of the specialized body of central public administration, which sets transport policy.


Article 5


Central public administration authorities, local and county cooperate to ensure the application of this law.

Article 6


On entry into force of this law, Law no. 71/1996 regarding the approval of the National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Means of communication, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 166 of 29 July 1996, is repealed.

Article 7


Appendices. 1 to 11 are an integral part of this Law.
This law was adopted by the Parliament of Romania, in compliance with art. 75 and Art. 76 para. (1) of the Romanian Constitution.

Chamber of Deputies Bogdan Olteanu SENATE


Nicolae Vacaroiu Bucharest, 21 September 2006.
No. 363.

Annex 1

WAY

set out in National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks
A. 1
road network. Highways:
1.01. Nădlac *) - Arad-Timisoara-Lugoj-Deva-Sibiu-Pitesti-Bucharest-Constanta-Lehliu-FeteştiCernavodă;
1.02. Fagaras-Sibiu-Brasov-Bucharest-Ploiesti;
1.03. Timisoara-Stamora Moraviţa *);
1.04. Zalau-Cluj-Napoca-Turda Alba Iulia, Sebes-;
1.05. Lugoj-Caransebeş- Drobeta-Turnu Severin-Craiova-Calafat-Filiaşi *);
1.06. Siren *) - Suceava, Bacau, Mărăşeşti-Tişiţa;
1.07. Albita *) - Huşi-Tecuci-Tişiţa-Buzau;
1.08. Bucharest-Giurgiu *);
1.09. Buzau, Ploiesti;
1.10. Bucharest Ring;
1.11. Constance belt;
1.12. Bors *) - Marghita-Zalau;
1.13. Turda, Targu Mures-Sighisoara-Fagaras;
1.14. Petya *) - Satu Mare-Baia Mare-Mare-Dej Mireşu Wah-Bistrita and Suceava;
1.15. Mireşu Mare-Zalau;
1.16. Targu Mures-Roman Piatra Neamt, Iasi, Targu-Beautiful-Sculeni *);
1.17. Craiova-Bucharest;
1.18. Halmeu *) - Seini;
1.19. Arad-Deva;
1.20. Oradea-Chisinau- Cris Arad;
1.21. Vărşand *) - Chisinau- Cris;
1.22. Giurgiuleşti *) - Galati-Braila-Slobozia Calarasi *).

2. Or 4 lane expressways:
2.01. Nadlac-Timisoara;
2.02. Halmeu, Satu Mare, Zalau;
2.03. Bors *) - Oradea, Zalau;
2.04. Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Calafat;
2.05. Hateg-Petrosani-Simeria-Filiasi;
2.06. Alexandria-Craiova-Bucharest;
2.07. Bucharest-Buzau;
2.08. Baldan-Targoviste-Sinaia-Moroieni;
2.09. Radauti-Prut-Ştefăneşti.
Pan-European multimodal transport corridor IV - pt. 1.01 and 1.05
IX Pan-European Corridor intermodal transport - pt. 1.07, 1.08 and 2.07
2.10. Ploiesti-Buzau-Ramnicu Sarat;
2.11. Satu Mare-Carei-Valea lui Mihai, Oradea;
2.12. Mare-Baia Borsa Cavnic-Budesti-Iacobeni-Wah-Piatra Neamt, Bacau;
2.13. Sighet *) - Budeşti;
2.14. Moisei-Nasaud Bistrita-Targu Mures Reghin;
2.15. Dej-Cluj-Napoca-Turda;
2.16. Reghin-Miercurea-Ciuc-Kézdivásárhely;
2.17. Suceava-Botosani-Ştefăneşti *);
2.18. Botosani Targu-Nice;
2.19. Chisinau- Cris-Beius, Cluj-Napoca;
2.20. Oradea-Beius-Deva;
2.21. Sibiu-Medias-Sighisoara-Odorhellen-Miercurea-Ciuc;
2.22. Bacau, Brasov Kézdivásárhely-Pitesti-Slatina-Craiova;
2.23. Bacau, Vaslui-Krasna;
2.24. Kézdivásárhely-Focsani-Braila, Tulcea;
2.25. Cenad *) - Timisoara
2.26. Voiteg-Resita-Caransebes;
2.27. Socol *) - Bazias-Moldova Noua, Drobeta-Turnu Severin;
2.28. Craiova-Filiaşi;
2.29. Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Targu Jiu-Ramnicu Valcea, Arges;
2.30. Craiova-Bechet *);
2.31. Pitesti-Targoviste-Ploiesti;
2.32. Pitesti-Costeşti-Roşiori the Vedas-Turnu Magurele *);
2.33. Turnu Magurele, Alexandria;
2.34. Bucharest-Giurgiu *);
2.35. Buzau-Braila;
2.36. Ramnicu Sarat-Hârsova-Constanta;
2.37. Slobozia-Hârsova Tulcea;
2.38. Tulcea and Constanta-Vama Veche *).
March. New bridges:
3.01. Danube at: Calafat, Bechet, Turnu Magurele, Giurgiu, Calarasi and Braila;
3.02. River Prut: Galati-Giurgiulesti Fălciu Ungheni and Ştefăneşti;
3.03. Tisa River in Sighet;
3.04. on the Siret River in Cosmeşti. ---------


Note


*) Includes the last section of the village and the state border.

Annex 2


Annex 3

WAY

set out in National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks
B.
Network sidings 1. Conventional railway lines with speed up to 160 km / h on existing routes rehabilitated:
1.01. Curtici *) - Arad-Simeria-Vinţu Lower-Alba Iulia-Coşlariu - Copsa Mica - Brasov - Ploiesti - Bucharest - Fetesti - Medgidia - Constanta;
1.02. Vinţu Lower-Sibiu-Ramnicu Valcea Pitesti-Bucharest-Vâlcele;
1.03. Arad-Timisoara-Caransebes Drobeta-Turnu Severin-Craiova-Calafat-Strehaia *);
1.04. Craiova-Bucharest-red-Videle / Giurgiu;
1.05. Cristeşti Jijia *) - Iasi-Pascani, Bacau, Focsani Adjud-Mărăşeşti-Ploiesti-Buzau, Giurgiu-Bucharest-*).
Pan-European multimodal transport corridor IV - pt. 1.01 and 1.03
IX Pan-European Corridor intermodal transport - section.
1.05 1.06. Vicşani *) - Suceava-Paşcani;
1.07. Buzau-Braila-Galati-Făurei *);
1.08. Bihor Oradea-Episcopia *);
1.09. Halmeu *) - Satu Mare, Oradea, Cluj-Napoca-Poieni-Apahida-Coşlariu;
1.10. Timisoara-Stamora Moraviţa *);
1.11. Oradea, Arad;
1.12. Constanta and Mangalia;
1.13. Medgidia-Negru Voda *);
1.14. Bucharest-Urziceni-Făurei;
1.15. Satu Mare-Baia Mare-Dej-Apahida;
1.16. Beclean Somes Dej-on-Suceava;
1.17. Ciceu-Deda-Brasov-Beclean on Somes;
1.18. Simeria-Filiasi.
2. Speed ​​railway lines over 250 km / h:
2.01. New lines: high-speed rail network will be carried out according to the agreements with neighboring countries and following a study that will determine the number of points the direction sectioning and Constanta-Bucharest route, with exit to the western border of Romania.
March. Railways of local interest on new routes:
3.01. Zalau, Cehu Silvaniei;
3.02. Dej, Targu Lapus;
3.03. Motru-Baia de Arama;
3.04. Vânju Strehaia-Mare;
3.05. Targu Mures-Sighisoara;
3.06. Bicaz Gheorgheni;
3.07. Bacau-Moineşti;
3.08. Braila-Macin, Tulcea;
3.09. Tandarei -Giurgeni;
3.10. * Calafat) - Mare Vânju-Drobeta-Turnu Severin;
3.11. Zalau-Huedin;
3.12. Craiova-Iron Gates II *);
3.13. Baia Mare, Sighet;
3.14. Satu Mare-Petya *).
4. New bridges:
4.01. Danube at: Calafat, Giurgiu and Braila;
4.02. River Prut: Galati-Giurgiulesti and Falciu. --------


Note


*) Includes the last section of the railway station and the state border.

Annex 4


Annex 5

WAY

set out in National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks
C. The network of inland waterways and ports
1. Waterways that will be executed fitting:
1.01. Danube (Baziaş-Cernavoda-port port-port Sulina Braila):

- Entering the country at the mouth of the Nera river, upstream of Bazias-Iron Gates II;
- The Iron Gates II Calarasi;
- The Cernavoda-Calarasi-Braila;
- Braila sector-Ceatalul Ismail;
- Tulcea sector - between Ceatalul Ceatalul Ismail St. George;
- Sulina channel, the Ceatalul St. George - Black Sea
1.02. Danube-Black Sea Canal;
1.03. Poarta Alba-Midia-Navodari;
1.04. Danube (Chilia). Pan-European Transport Corridor VII
- the section. Section 1.01. 1.04.
1.05. The channel connecting the Danube and Borcea Calarasi Plant;
1.06. The arms of the Danube waterway: Tatanir, St. George, Macin, Arapu, path, Valciu, Borcea, Bala, Gogoşu;
1.07. Prut River between the Danube and the Rock-Costesti hydro node;
1.08. Danube and Siret river between Adjud;
1.09. Channel masterly Siret-Baragan between Adjud and Dridu;
1.10. Ialomita River between the Danube and Dridu;
1.11. Arges River between the Danube and Mihăileşti;
1.12. Dambovita River between Budeşti-Bucharest (Glina);
1.13. Olt River Danube between Slatina and Ramnicu Valcea;
1.14. Jiu River between the Danube and Craiova;
1.15. Bega channel on the Timisoara-border;
1.16. Mures river border to Alba Iulia;
1.17. Somes Dej border between.
2. Ferry crossings and mooring for passenger ships, which will run modernization works:
2.01. Sulina port;
2.02. The port of Tulcea;
2.03. The port of Galati;
2.04. Braila port;
2.05. Port NPP;
2.06. Port Calarasi;
2.07. Olteniţa port;
2.08. Giurgiu port;
2.09. Port Calafat;
2.10. Port Drobeta-Turnu Severin;
2.11. Moldova Veche port;
2.12. Chilia Old Port;
2.13. Port Periprava;
2.14. The port of St. George;
2.15. Isaccea port;
2.16. Hârsova port;
2.17. Zimnicea port;
2.18. Port Turnu Magurele;
2.19. Ship port;
2.20. Port of Bechet;
2.21. Rast port;
2.22. Port Citadel;
2.23. Orsova port;
2.24. Svinita port.
March. Points traffic RO - RO us:
3.01. The port of Tulcea;
3.02. The port of Galati;
3.03. Braila port;
3.04. Port Calarasi;
3.05. Olteniţa port;
3.06. Giurgiu port;
3.07. Port Calafat;
3.08. Port Drobeta-Turnu Severin;
3.09. Moldova Veche port;
3.10. Isaccea port;
3.11. Port Turnu Magurele;
3.12. Ship port;
3.13. Port of Bechet.
4. Ports that will run modernization works:
4.01. Constanta port;
4.02. Sulina port;
4.03. The port of Tulcea;
4.04. Port Medgidia;
4.05. The port of Galati;
4.06. Braila port;
4.07. Port NPP;
4.08. Port Calarasi;
4.09. Olteniţa port;
4.10. Giurgiu port;
4.11. Port Calafat;
4.12. Port Drobeta-Turnu Severin;
4.13. Moldova Veche port;
4.14. Mangalia port;
4.15. Midia Port;
4.16. Chilia Old Port;
4.17. Mahmudia port;
4.18. Isaccea port;
4.19. Hârsova port;
4.20. Basarabi port - the Danube-Black Sea Canal;
4.21. Port Ovidiu - Channel Gate White-Midia Năvodari;
4.22. Harbour Lights - Channel Gate White-Midia Năvodari;
4.23. Pârjoaia port;
4.24. Zimnicea port;
4.25. Port Turnu Magurele;
4.26. Ship port;
4.27. Port of Bechet;
4.28. Port Citadel;
4.29. Orsova port;
4.30. Svinita port;
4.31. Baziaş port.
May. Ports us:
5.01. River Prut: Oancea, Fălciu Riseşti, Prisacani;
5.02. River Siret: Adjud South Doaga and independence;
5.03. Siret-Baragan channel at: Mărăşeşti, Focsani, Ramnicu Sarat, Buzau and Dridu;
5.04. Slobozia Ialomita River;
5.05. Dambovita river in Bucharest (Glina);
5.06. Olteniţa Arges River (confluence with the Danube) and December 1;
5.07. Olt River at Izlaz (confluence with the Danube), the South Slatina and Ramnicu Valcea (Govora);
5.08. River Jiu Craiova;
5.09. Bega Timisoara channel;
5.10. Mures River Arad, Deva and Alba Iulia;
5.11. Somes River to: Satu Mare, Jibou and Dej.
June. Tourist ports and jetties for passenger ships:
6.01. Sulina port;
6.02. The port of Tulcea;
6.03. The port of Galati;
6.04. Braila port;
6.05. Port NPP;
6.06. Olteniţa port;
6.07. Giurgiu port;
6.08. Mangalia port (2 May);
6.09. Port Belona (Eforie);
6.10. Tomis (Constanta);
6.11. Port of Chile;
6.12. The port of St. George;
6.13. Orsova port.

Annex 6


Annex 7

WAY

set out in National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks
D. 1
airport network. Existing airports which will run modernization works:
1.01. Arad Airport;
1.02. Bucharest Baneasa Airport;
1.03. Bucharest Henri Coanda Airport;
1.04. Bacau Airport;
1.05. Cluj-Napoca Airport;

1.06. Constanta airport;
1.07. Iasi Airport;
1.08. Oradea Airport;
1.09. Sibiu airport;
1.10. Suceava Airport;
1.11. Timisoara airport;
1.12. Airport Baia Mare;
1.13. Tirgu Mures Airport;
1.14. Caransebeş Airport;
1.15. Airport Craiova;
1.16. Airport Satu Mare;
1.17. Tulcea Airport.
2. New airports:
2.01. area Brasov-Ghimbav-Prejmer;
2.02. in Braila-Galati-Tulucesti area;
2.03. in the Alba Iulia-Aurel Vlaicu;
2.04. in the city of Bistrita.

Annex 8


Appendix 9

WAY

set out in National Landscaping Plan - Section I - Transport Networks E
. Combined transport network
1. Existing combined transport terminals, to execute the modernization works:
1.01. Alba Iulia terminal;
1.02. Bacau terminal;
1.03. Terminal Baia Mare;
1.04. North Terminal Bistrita;
1.05. Terminal Bradu de Sus (Pitesti);
1.06. Braşov terminal yard;
1.07. New Bucharest terminal;
1.08. Buzau South Terminal;
1.09. East Terminal Cluj-Napoca;
1.10. Terminal Constanta Goods;
1.11. Terminal Craiova;
1.12. Deva terminal;
1.13. Galati Goods Terminal;
1.14. Glogovăţ terminal (Arad);
1.15. Medias terminal;
1.16. East Terminal Oradea;
1.17. Crâng terminal Ploiesti;
1.18. Terminal Petea - Satu Mare;
1.19. Semenic terminal (Timisoara South);
1.20. Socola terminal Commodities;
1.21. Suceava terminal;
1.22. Titan terminal (Bucharest South);
1.23. Commodities Tulcea terminal;
1.24. Terminal Constanta Port.
2. Combined transport terminals us:
2.01. Giurgiu port terminal;
2.02. Dej terminal.

Annex 10


Annex 11

DEFINITION


main terms used for the application of this law, the terms and phrases below have the following meaning:
1.
national road - the road that public property belongs to the state, is of national interest, ensure the connection between capital county seat, with the objectives of national strategic interest, with each other and with neighboring countries. National roads can be
:
- highways;
- Expressways;
- European roads (E);
- Main national roads;
- Secondary national roads;
2.
highway - highway high capacity and speed, reserved exclusively for motor traffic, which does not serve properties bordering with two unidirectional paths separated by a median area, with at least two lanes in each direction and tape stationary emergency uneven intersections and accesses limited entry and exit of vehicles is allowed only in special places;
March.
express road - national road accessible only from interchanges or intersections regulated reserved exclusively for use by motor vehicles, takes place outside the settlements and that stopping and parking are prohibited on the roadway;
4.
4 lane road - highway with four lanes, accessible intersections regulated by municipalities and trail can cross that stopping and parking are prohibited on the roadway;
May.
interoperable railway infrastructure - the rail infrastructure of the state, public or private, national and international traffic related administered in accordance with the legislation on free access of railway undertakings and developing in accordance with the technical interoperability adopted the plan European and taken into legislation in Romania;
June.
interoperable railway infrastructure - the public or private railway infrastructure of the state for local traffic, connected or not to the interoperable railway infrastructure is managed and developed on the basis of specific internal regulations;
July.
conventional railway lines - railways with speed below 200 km / h;
August.
combined transport network - international combined transport network consists of railways and the combined transport terminals, border crossing points, gauge interchange stations and ferry ports or links that are important particularly for international combined transport;
September.
combined transport terminal - equipped place for transshipment and storage of UTI (intermodal transport units);
10.
border crossing point - any place organized and authorized by the Romanian Government for crossing the state border;
11. Pan-European Corridor IV multimodal transport

-Dresda/Nurenberg-Praga-Viena/Bratislava-Budapesta-Arad-Bucureşti-Constanţa/Craiova-Sofia-Salonic/Plovdiv-Istanbul means Road, rail route and the connection points for shipping, air, sea and combined, including ancillary facilities such as: signaling, installations necessary for traffic management, access roads, crossings of the border service stations, terminals goods and passengers, warehouses, located on the corridor;
12. Pan-European Transport Corridor VII
- Danube waterway, the Danube-Black Sea, the Danube arms Chilia and Sulina links between the Black Sea and the Danube waterway, the Danube-Sava and the Danube-Tisa and major port facilities situated on such waterways ;
13. Pan-European Corridor IX
intermodal transport - Helsinki-St. Petersburg-Moscow / Pscov-Vitebsk-Kiev-Ljubasvika Chisinau-Bucharest-Dimitrovgrad means Road route rail and combined transport infrastructure, including ancillary facilities such as: roads, crossings of the border service stations, terminals goods and passengers, warehouses and installations needed for routing traffic along the route corridor and their links to all nodes of transportation infrastructure in the corridor;
14.
Network TEN-R - trans-European road network;
15. TEN-F
- trans-European rail network.
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