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1 RESTRICTED DCZR AREA TRAFFIC DIRECTIVE B Q P T REVISION : OCTOBER 2014

2 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR TABLE OF CONTENTS I. GENERAL... 4 A. TITLE AND SHORT TITLE... 4 B. INTERPRETATION... 4 C. OBJECT... 7 D. SCOPE... 7 E. RESPONSIBILITIES... 7 II. VEHICLE OPERATION... 9 A. BASIC CONDITIONS... 9 B. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS... 9 C. REGISTRATION AND PERMITS... 9 D. SIGNAGE... 9 E. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS F. PARKING G. SPEED LIMITS H. HARMFUL MATERIALS I. MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY EQUIPMENT J. VEHICLE OPERATING PROCEDURES K. LOADING III. VEHICLE REGISTRATION A. GENERAL B. RESPONSIBILITIES C. INSPECTION D. REQUEST FOR REGISTRATION EXEMPTION E. INVENTORY F. INSURANCE G. TOOL VEHICLE IV. AIRSIDE VEHICLE OPERATOR S PERMIT A. GENERAL B. TYPES OF PERMITS C. RESPONSIBILITIES D. ISSUANCE PREREQUISITES E. TRAINING F. THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS G. ADMINISTRATION V. PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC A. AIRCRAFT AND PASSENGER TRANSFER VEHICLE (PTV) PUSH-BACK VI. ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE A. GENERAL B. MEASURES AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 2

3 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR VII. MOVEMENT AREA PARTICULARITIES A. VEHICLE CORRIDORS B. BAGGAGE ROOMS C. TRANSBORDER AND INTERNATIONAL JETTIES D. APRON AREAS AND PERIPHERAL ROADWAYS E. MONTRÉAL TRUDEAU AIRPORT PARTICULARITIES F. DE-ICING CENTRE G. ROAD H. PLAN OF OPERATIONS IN REDUCED AND LOW VISIBILITY CONDITIONS I. MANOEUVRING AREAS VIII. OPERATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR MOBILITY-IMPAIRED PASSENGERS A. BASIC CONDITIONS B. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS C. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION D. SIGNAGE E. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS F. PARKING G. SPEED H. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS I. OPERATING AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT J. VEHICLE USE K. ENFORCEMENT L. VEHICLE REGISTRATION IX. RADIOCOMMUNICATION A. GENERAL B. RESTRICTED OPERATOR CERTIFICATE C. COMMUNICATIONS D. FREQUENCIES USED E. BREAKDOWNS F. PHONETIC ALPHABET G. STANDARD WORDS AND PROCEDURES H. PROHIBITIONS I. OBTAINING A RADIOTELEPHONE OPERATOR S CERTIFICATE WITH AERONAUTICAL QUALIFICATION APPENDICES APPENDIX A AIR TRAFFIC REGULATIONS APPENDIX B CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE APPENDIX C PLAN OF OPERATIONS IN REDUCED AND LOW VISIBILITY CONDITIONS APPENDIX D AIRPORT MAPS APPENDIX E PHONETIC ALPHABET APPENDIX F PHONIC TECHNIQUES APPENDIX G SURFACE MARKINGS APPENDIX H EDGE LIGHTING APPENDIX I AIRSIDE TRAFFIC SIGNS AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 3

4 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. TITLE AND SHORT TITLE I. GENERAL 1.01 This document pertains to the restricted area traffic directive applicable to motor vehicles, pedestrian pass holders and mobile equipment at Montréal s international airports This directive may be shortened and referred to as one or other of the following: Restricted Area Traffic Directive for Montréal s Airports or DCZR. B. INTERPRETATION 1.03 For the purposes of this directive, the terms and expressions set out hereunder shall mean the following: Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) means the body corporate incorporated under Part II of the Canada Business Corporations Act, RSC (1970), Chapter C-32 ; («Aéroports de Montréal») aircraft means any machine used or designed for navigation in the air but does not include any machine designed to derive support in the atmosphere from reactions against the earth s surface of air expelled from such machine; («aéronef») aircraft safety area means a secure area used for aircraft parking and within which vehicle traffic is prohibited whenever an aircraft is being moved; («zone d évolution contrôlée d aéronef») aircraft stand means a designated area on the apron intended for the parking of an aircraft for the purpose of emplaning and deplaning passengers, and providing requisite ground services; («poste de stationnement») airport means one or other of Montréal Pïerre Elliott Trudeau International Airport or Montréal Mirabel International Airport; («aéroport») Airport Patrol Service means the ADM department responsible for enforcing this directive; («service de la Sûreté aéroportuaire») airport traffic means all traffic within the movement area of an airport; («circulation d aéroport») airside means the area of an airport reserved for movements relating to the operation of aircraft and to which public access is generally prohibited; («côté piste») airside vehicle operator s permit (AVOP) means a document issued by the Administration and Permits Office (APO) to operate a vehicle airside; («permis de conduire côté piste») animal means any domestic animal or pet, including poultry; («animal») APO is the abbreviation used to designate the Administration and Permits Office which is a section of Airport Patrol; («BAP») apron means that portion of an airport, other than the manoeuvring area, designed for the emplaning and deplaning of travellers, the loading and unloading of cargo, aircraft refuelling, routine or technical servicing, de-icing, aircraft parking, as well as the movement of aircraft, vehicles and pedestrians necessary for the execution of the aforementioned tasks, including interior baggage sorting areas; («aire de trafic») Apron Management Section (AMS) means a section responsible for controlling aircraft and vehicle movements on the airport apron; («Section de la gestion des aires de trafic (SGAT)») apron traffic means all aircraft, vehicles and pedestrians using the apron of an airport; («circulation de l aire de trafic») AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 4

5 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR ATR is the abbreviation used to designate Airport Traffic Regulations; («RCA Règlement sur la circulation aux Aéroports») baggage sorting area means an area, normally located inside a terminal or building, where checked baggage having been accepted by an air carrier is directed for the purpose of transport by such carrier; («zone de tri des bagages») commercial passenger vehicle means any vehicle used or designed for the paid transport of persons, including motor vehicles owned by airline companies or crew transport service vehicles; («véhicule commercial pour passagers») constable means any member of the Airport Patrol charged with enforcing the law and defined as an officer under Airport Traffic Regulations; («constable») controlled airport means an airport equipped with an air traffic control unit; («aéroport contrôlé») controlled area means an area not covered under federal regulations with respect to which access and surveillance are determined by Airport Patrol; («secteur contrôlé») designated intersection means a location on the apron bordered by surface markings at which vehicles may cross an aircraft taxiway; («intersection désignée») directive means this document, including all appendixes and amendments hereto, as well as all corrections and modifications as ADM, at the discretion thereof, may make from time to time; («directive») electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers means any electric, cart-type vehicle used for the purpose of adapted transport inside buildings but not in baggage rooms; («véhicule électrique pour passagers à mobilité réduite») employer means a corporate body employing individuals who are holders of permanent airport security passes, including AVOP holders; («employeur») equipment means any vehicle or towed mobile device used for airport or runway maintenance, or designed for the maintenance, repair or servicing of aircraft, including test equipment and cargo handling equipment; («matériel») equipment staging area means the area outside the aircraft safety area which is used for the temporary staging of aircraft refuelling and maintenance vehicles and equipment; («zone de positionnement des véhicules») FOD (Foreign Object Damage) means any damage attributed to a foreign object that can be expressed in physical or economic terms which may or may not degrade the product s required safety and/or performance characteristics; («dommages par corps étranger») glide path transmitter means that part of the instrument landing system which provides the pilot with the correct angle of descent on final approach through to touchdown on the runway; («radiophare d alignement de descente») ground control means the control tower operational position to which a controller is assigned to provide as follows: («contrôle au sol») a) authorization and instructions pertaining to airport traffic; and, b) all information, upon receipt, as is relevant to traffic within the airport perimeter; holder means a physical person to whom an AVOP, RAIC, key or temporary security pass has been issued; («détenteur») holding bay means a defined area where aircraft can be held or bypassed with a view to facilitating the efficient surface movement of aircraft; («plate-forme d attente de circulation») holding point means the safe holding area for an aircraft or vehicle used for towing aircraft («point d attente») intersection means the location where a roadway, runway or taxiway crosses another roadway, runway or taxiway; («intersection») AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 5

6 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR key means any instrument issued by the APO for the purpose of providing access to a public or private restricted area; («clé») loading area means any portion of the apron designated as such by a sign or surface markings, which is accessible to the travelling public for the purpose of emplaning and deplaning, including areas for charter aircraft; («aire d embarquement») localizer transmitter means that part of the instrument landing system which is designed to assist the pilot in remaining properly aligned with the runway during descent and on approach; («radiophare d alignement de piste») manoeuvring area means the portion of an airport normally used for the takeoff and landing of aircraft as well as aircraft movements in relation thereto, but excluding the apron; («aire de manœuvre») motor vehicle means a car, snowmobile, truck, bus or any other vehicle or self-propelled device in which, on which or by means of which a person or object may be transported, carried or moved along the ground, including any machine designed to derive support in the atmosphere from reactions against the earth s surface of air expelled from such machine; («véhicule à moteur») movement area means the portion of an airport designed for the surface movement of aircraft, including manoeuvring and apron areas; («aire de mouvement») operator means any person at the wheel of or exercising effective control over a motor vehicle or bicycle; («conducteur») park means to stop a vehicle, whether occupied or not, and whether or not the engine is running. This expression does not apply to the emplaning and deplaning of passengers or the loading and unloading of cargo; («laisser en stationnement») parking space means the portion of the apron reserved for vehicle parking and identified appropriately by means of signs and/or surface markings; («emplacement de stationnement») PTV Passenger Transfer Vehicle means a motorized vehicle used for emplaning, deplaning and transportation of passengers; («VTP Véhicule de transport de passagers») pedestrian means a person on foot, including an invalid in a wheelchair or infant/child in a carriage; («piéton») pedestrian crossing means any portion of the apron signed as such or bearing surface markings designed to allow passengers to emplane or deplane; («passage pour piétons») RAIC means Restricted Area Identity Card; («CIZR») restricted area means a section of an aerodrome signed as an area to which access is limited to authorized individuals only. («zone réglementée») restricted operator certificate means a document issued by Industry Canada certifying that the holder of such certificate is qualified to operate a radio at any land aeronautical station outfitted with radio equipment designed solely for the transmission of messages on fixed frequencies closed to public communications; («certificat restreint de d opérateur-radio») roadway means a route, street or location designed for vehicle traffic and indicated by means of a sign, surface markings or drawings on a plan; («route») taxiway means that portion of an aerodrome between the apron and the runway which is used by manoeuvring aircraft and airport ground equipment; («voie de circulation») temporary pass means a document or identification device approved by ADM, issued by the APO and which authorizes the holder to access a restricted area temporarily; («laissez-passer temporaire») threshold means the beginning of that portion of the runway which is usable for aircraft takeoffs and landings; («seuil») tool vehicle means a vehicle not mounted on a truck chassis, which has a workstation incorporated into the cab and has been designed to perform a specific task; («véhicule-outil») AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 6

7 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR type D permit means a type of airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder thereof to operate a vehicle within the movement areas of the airport named on the permit ; («permis D») type D/A permit means a type of airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder thereof to operate a vehicle on the airport aprons and roadways named on the permit, with the exception of manoeuvring areas; («permis D/A») type D/A (R) permit means a type of restricted airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder thereof to operate a vehicle nowhere other than on that section of the apron used by the company named on the permit and never within manoeuvring areas; («permis D/A (R)») vehicle corridor means an exterior roadway bordered by parallel white lines painted on the apron surface and designed to guide vehicle operators; («corridors pour véhicules») Vice President, Airport Operations means a person appointed to this position by ADM management or a duly authorized representative thereof; («Vice-président, Exploitation aéroportuaire») warning device, in the case of emergency vehicles, means a siren which may be accompanied by a flashing red light and, in the case of electric golf cart-type vehicles used to transport mobility-impaired individuals, means a horn or amber rotating or flashing light; («dispositif d avertissement») C. OBJECT 1.04 This directive is designed to provide for the safe, orderly flow of aircraft, vehicles and pedestrians within restricted areas and inside buildings. D. SCOPE 1.05 This directive applies to Montréal Trudeau and Montréal Mirabel international airports. E. RESPONSIBILITIES 1.06 ADM may issue directives, procedures and measures designed to ensure the sound management of aircraft traffic on airport aprons and in airport buildings ADM may amend this directive at any time, with such amendment being deemed to form an integral part hereof. Any employer, driver, operator of a vehicle in a restricted area or inside a building, as well as all pedestrians who are airport security pass holders shall comply with this directive from the date of inception hereof All airside vehicle owners shall familiarize themselves with this directive. Such owners shall further ensure that all their employees are familiar with the provisions of this directive, that they are in possession of the class of permit required to operate their vehicles safely, and that they use all equipment essential to the proper exercise of their responsibilities correctly All employers shall ensure that their vehicles comply with the requirements set out in this directive All vehicle operators shall be fully cognizant of the rules and procedures set out in this directive and shall obtain all requisite permits prior to operating a motor vehicle in a restricted area, it being understood that electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers are not subject to such permits Any person in violation of one or other of the provisions of this directive shall be liable to penal prosecution provided for under the Airport Traffic Regulations and/or administrative sanctions set out in Chapters VIII and IX of this directive. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 7

8 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 1.12 All requests for information regarding this directive, whether pertaining to Montréal Trudeau or to Montréal Mirabel, shall be forwarded to the following address: Chief, Support Services Airport Patrol Aéroports de Montréal 975 Roméo Vachon Blvd, Suite 317 Dorval, Québec H4Y 1H1 AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 8

9 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. BASIC CONDITIONS II. VEHICLE OPERATION 2.01 Subject to the other provisions set out herein, a person may operate a motor vehicle in a restricted area provided that he/she satisfies the following basic conditions: a) the person holds all valid licences and permits of the proper class or classes as required by law in the Province of Québec to operate the vehicle in question; b) the person shall have in his or her possession the aforementioned documents; c) the vehicle is registered and equipped pursuant to the laws in force in the Province of Québec; d) the person satisfies all requirements set out in this directive; and, e) the vehicle satisfies all requirements set out in this directive For the purposes of this directive, a provincial vehicle registration certificate shall be deemed prima facie proof of vehicle ownership. B. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS 2.03 The operation of a vehicle in a restricted area is governed by the Airport Traffic Regulations (ATR) a copy of which appears in Appendix A of this directive. The ATR are available on the Government of Canada s website at C. REGISTRATION AND PERMITS 2.04 No person shall operate a vehicle in a restricted area if such vehicle is not registered pursuant to the laws of the Province of Québec and registered with the APO in compliance with Chapter III hereof a) No person shall operate a vehicle airside if the operator is not in possession of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit (AVOP) issued in accordance with the provisions set out in Chapter IV hereof; b) Whenever operating a vehicle airside, the vehicle operator shall have in his or her possession his or her, RAIC, AVOP, provincial driver s licence and radiotelephone operator s certificate, as the case may be. c) If said vehicle operator is in training, he/she shall have in his/her possession his/her RAIC, temporary permit (AVOP Application Form, stamped by the APO valid 60 days), provincial driver s licence and radiotelephone operator s certificate, as the case may be. Furthermore, the vehicle operator in training MUST be escorted in the vehicle by an AVOP holder, and shall never operate the vehicle alone with a temporary permit. D. SIGNAGE 2.06 Aeronautical signage standards adopted by ADM are those recommended by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Airside road signage standards are based on the Highway Safety Code of the Province of Québec All vehicle operators shall comply with aeronautical and road signage in place. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 9

10 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 2.09 The following appendixes form integral parts of this directive: a) Appendix A Airport Traffic Regulations b) Appendix B Certificate of Insurance c) Appendix C Plan of Operations in Reduced and Low Visibility Conditions d) Appendix D Airport Maps e) Appendix E Phonetic Alphabet f) Appendix F Phonic Techniques g) Appendix G Surface Markings h) Appendix H Edge Lighting i) Appendix I Airside Traffic Signs E. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS 2.10 Section 10 of the ATR shall not apply: a) to emergency vehicles responding to an emergency; and, b) to maintenance vehicles when authorized by apron control All persons operating a vehicle in a restricted area shall comply with the traffic instructions provided by Airport Patrol, apron control and NAVCanada ground control When operating a vehicle in a restricted area, the operator shall, upon request from a member of Airport Patrol, provide the following: a) all airside vehicle operator s permits issued by virtue hereof; b) his/her valid provincial driver s licence; c) his/her restricted radiotelephone operator s certificate; d) the provincial vehicle registration certificate; e) his/her security components Any operator of a road vehicle involved in an accident shall: a) remain on the scene or return thereto immediately following the accident, and assist any persons having sustained injury; and, b) report the accident immediately to Airport Patrol The use of tire chains and studded tires shall be authorized during the period from 15 October to 1 May. It is strictly prohibited to operate a vehicle equipped with studded tires or chains on airport runways and taxiways unless accompanied by an escort vehicle. Escort personnel s responsibility is to carefully inspect the runway or taxiway surface and recover, as needed, any detached chain link or stud. Chains shall be removed as soon as possible, no later than 48 hours following a snowfall. Long-term use is permitted on tow tractors only. F. PARKING 2.15 No person shall park a vehicle in an area designated by a sign or surface marking as an area in which parking is prohibited Unless otherwise authorized by the Vice President, Airport Operations, the ground control unit or an apron controller, no person shall park a vehicle in a grassed airside area or any other area not intended for vehicle use. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 10

11 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 2.17 No person shall leave a vehicle parked in an area designated by sign or surface markings as: a) an emplaning or loading area; b) a pedestrian crosswalk; c) an aircraft stand; d) an aircraft safety area; e) an equipment staging area; f) a vehicle corridor; or, g) a baggage room corridor Whenever an area is designated by a sign and/or surface marking as an area in which parking is authorized for a maximum period of time, no person shall park a vehicle in such area for a period of time greater than that indicated Whenever an area is designated by a sign and/or surface marking as an area in which parking in prohibited during certain hours, no person shall park a vehicle in such area during the hours indicated Whenever an area is designated by a sign and/or surface marking as an area in which parking is authorized within clearly marked boundaries, operators shall ensure that they park their vehicles inside such boundaries Whenever an area is designated as a parking area reserved for exclusive use by a certain category of persons or vehicles, no person shall park a vehicle in such area unless one or other of the operator or vehicle belongs to the category indicated All operators shall back their vehicles into parking areas whenever possible and practical. This requirement is particularly important in the vicinity of the terminal building, loading bridges and other heavy traffic areas A constable who finds a vehicle parked in violation of one or other of the provisions hereof may, at the expense of the owner, have the vehicle removed and parked in an appropriate place. G. SPEED LIMITS 2.24 No person shall operate a vehicle in a restricted area in manner as may endanger persons, aircraft, vehicles or equipment given actual or normal levels in such area Pursuant to Section 34 of the ATR, no person shall operate a vehicle in excess of the following speeds in the following areas: a) 10 km/h in baggage room corridors; b) 20 km/h outside vehicle corridors on the apron at Montréal Mirabel only; c) 40 km/h in vehicle corridors on the apron; and, d) 70 km/h on perimeter roadways The speed limits set out in Paragraph 2.25 shall not apply to emergency vehicles responding to an emergency. H. HARMFUL MATERIALS 2.27 Any person who finds nails, of spikes, lumps of metal or any other debris (FOD) has an obligation to pick them up; if not, his/her airside vehicle operator s permit (AVOP) could be withdrawn because of neglect. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 11

12 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR I. MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY EQUIPMENT 2.28 a) Any vehicle outfitted with a cab shall be outfitted with one or more flashing or rotating amber aviation warning lights. The light(s) shall be visible by both aircraft and ground traffic within a radius of 360 degrees. All lights shall be activated whenever the vehicle is operating in a movement area. b) Fuel tankers measuring in excess of 3.5 metres in height shall be outfitted with a 360-degree strobe light on the roof of the cab. This light shall operate in tandem with the vehicle s red tail lights to provide ample indication of the vehicle s presence in a given area. c) All vehicles outfitted with a cab, whether under escort or not, shall operate with headlights and running lights in the ON position at all times In the case of low visibility or night operations in an airport movement area, all vehicles shall operate with headlights and running lights (if applicable) in the ON position at all times No person one shall operate a vehicle airside if the vehicle s signal or warning lights are covered with dust, dirt or snow No vehicle shall remain momentarily stationary in an area other than a vehicle parking area, without requisite signal lights in the ON position No person shall operate a vehicle or equipment airside if such vehicle or equipment is not outfitted with the requisite signal lights detailed in Paragraph 2.28 hereof, unless escorted by a vehicle outfitted with the proper signal lights No person shall escort one or more vehicles airside unless such vehicles form a convoy. For the purposes hereof, convoy requirements shall be as follows: a) an escort positioned in front of each convoy of a maximum of three (3) motor vehicles or less; b) two (2) escorts, one positioned in front and one positioned at the rear of each convoy of between four (4) and six (6) motor vehicles; c) an escort positioned in front of each convoy of a maximum of two (2) double-axle trucks; and, d) two (2) escorts, one positioned in front and the other positioned at the rear of each convoy of three (3) or four (4) double-axle trucks The operator of the escort vehicle shall ensure that all headlights and emergency flashing lights of the escorted vehicles are in the ON position The operator of the escort vehicle shall ensure that all escorted vehicles remain in formation All operators of vehicles escorted airside shall respect the safety instructions provided by the operator of the escort vehicle, failing which they shall be evicted from the area All operators of self-propelled vehicles shall ensure that their vehicles are in proper working order and are outfitted with all requisite equipment, safety or other No person shall hinder or interfere with maintenance, cleaning or snow clearing activities being conducted in movement areas. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 12

13 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR J. VEHICLE OPERATING PROCEDURES 2.39 Right of way within airport movement areas shall be granted in the following order: a) aircraft; b) emergency vehicles with requisite emergency warning devices on and operating; c) passenger transfer vehicles (PTVs); d) vehicles towing aircraft; e) snow clearing vehicles and equipment; f) pedestrians; and, g) service vehicles Vehicle operators shall steer clear of areas subject to aircraft or helicopter jet engine blast or propeller wash Whenever a PTV or aircraft with engines running is being pushed back, vehicle operators shall: a) come to a stop in the vehicle corridor and yield to the PTV or aircraft, unless otherwise authorized by a signaller or if aircraft wheel chocks are in place; b) yield to the aircraft and PTV being pushed back at all times All vehicles shall use the designated vehicle corridors when operating on the apron. Service vehicles shall be allowed to proceed to an aircraft stand provided that they exit the vehicle corridor at an angle of 90 degrees. All other vehicles shall request and obtain authorization from apron control to operate outside vehicle corridors and aircraft stands Vehicles operating in a vehicle corridor have priority over any vehicles seeking to enter such corridor Whenever vehicle corridors intersect, priority shall be granted as follows: a) vehicles freeing an aircraft corridor; b) vehicles operating to the right in a vehicle corridor Vehicles shall be operated in the right-hand lane of the vehicle corridor Any vehicle operator entering or operating in a vehicle corridor on the apron shall yield to any moving aircraft or aircraft potentially close enough to represent an immediate danger, and wait until such danger has subsided before proceeding No vehicle operator entering an apron area shall approach or cross an aircraft movement marking, except: a) at a right angle to the aircraft movement marking; or b) whenever a designated vehicle crossing point exists at that location in the vehicle corridor. K. LOADING 2.48 Vehicle operators shall ensure that their loads, including that of equipment under tow, are firmly secured and sufficiently covered to ensure that no part thereof can shift or separate from the vehicle or equipment under tow. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 13

14 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR III. VEHICLE REGISTRATION A. GENERAL 3.01 This chapter outlines the basic rules with which all vehicle owners must comply when operating vehicles airside at Montréal Trudeau and Montréal Mirabel international airports. B. RESPONSIBILITIES 3.02 Vehicle owners shall advise the APO, without delay, of any or all changes to the information provided on airside vehicle registration applications Vehicle owners shall ensure that their vehicles comply with the requirements of this directive prior to allowing vehicles to be operated in airport movement areas Owners of vehicles or tool vehicles who fail to obtain provincial registration for their vehicle(s) and register them with the APO face penalties if such vehicles are stopped by Airport Patrol while being operated airside Prior to operating a vehicle airside, owners shall submit the following documentation to the APO: a) an airside vehicle registration application (form available from the APO); and b) the original of the provincial registration certificate for the vehicle(s) involved. The company with which the vehicle is registered shall be in possession of all manner of vehicle insurance required for airside operations, as set out in Paragraph 3.09, below. C. INSPECTION 3.06 A constable may, at all times, conduct a visual check of vehicles and equipment operated airside. Any vehicle or equipment the condition of which is deemed to represent a danger for users or the environment may be evicted from the restricted area. D. REQUEST FOR REGISTRATION EXEMPTION 3.07 As set out in Section 61 of the ATR, a vehicle owner may obtain a registration exemption in the instance of non-motor driven mobile equipment used exclusively airside. All registration exemption requests shall be forwarded to the APO. E. INVENTORY 3.08 A vehicle owner or the authorized signing officer of the company under which the vehicles are registered must maintain an updated list of mobile equipment. a) adding any vehicle shall be communicated to the APO according to Paragraph 3.02 above; b) withdrawal of a vehicle shall be communicated to the APO so that the vehicle is removed from the inventory of the owner or the company under which it is registered; c) in addition, every two years, on the anniversary of his application date, the vehicle owner or authorized signing officer shall deliver to the APO a complete update of his inventory. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 14

15 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR F. INSURANCE 3.09 All vehicle owners, whether physical persons or companies, seeking to register a vehicle or fleet of vehicles for operation airside shall secure and renew, at their own expense, third party liability automobile insurance. The latter shall cover all risks relating to the operation of vehicles airside and include an overall limit of cover of no less than $10 million (ten million dollars) per event applying to physical property and the loss of use of such property, regardless of whether or not the vehicles are registered and whether or not they are operated by the owner or on behalf thereof, subject, as the case may be, to a reasonable, non-refundable deductible for property damage to be defrayed in full by the owner. When applying for vehicle registration, the owner shall submit to ADM the standard airside automobile certificate of insurance, a copy of which appears in Appendix B hereof. This certificate shall be duly completed and signed by the insurer or a duly authorized representative thereof Whenever a vehicle owner no longer complies with the prescribed insurance requirements, he/she shall be prohibited from operating his/her uninsured vehicles airside. G. TOOL VEHICLE 3.11 All tool vehicles shall be registered provincially and with the APO. For example: a fork-lift or a vehicle used for towing aircraft is deemed to be a tool vehicle regardless of weight. The certificate issued by the SAAQ classifies this type of vehicle as VO. If a tool vehicle is strictly used inside a building and is never used outside, the said vehicle does not require to be registered neither provincially nor with the APO. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 15

16 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. GENERAL IV. AIRSIDE VEHICLE OPERATOR S PERMIT 4.01 The airside operation of a vehicle at an airport is a privilege dictated by operational needs. This chapter details the various types of airside vehicle operator s permits, terms and conditions of issuance, individual and corporate responsibilities, as well as proficiency levels required to obtain such permits. B. TYPES OF PERMITS 4.02 There are three (3) types of airside vehicle operator s permits at Montréal Trudeau and Montréal Mirabel international airports. They are: a) Type "D", an airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder to operate a vehicle within the movement area of the airport set out thereon; b) Type "D/A", an airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder to operate a vehicle on the airport aprons and roadways set out thereon, but not in the manoeuvring area. c) Type "D/A R", a restricted airside vehicle operator s permit which authorizes the holder to operate a vehicle only on the apron for the company for which the permit was issued. This permit prohibits the holder from operating anywhere else in the movement area a) An Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit is valid for a maximum period of five (5) years from the date of issue, and its expiration date will coincide with the expiry date of the holder s RAIC. b) Temporary permit: the original copy of the Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit application form stamped and signed by an APO officer is valid for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of successfully passing the written theory examination, and this document designates the temporary permit. C. RESPONSIBILITIES 4.04 No employer shall allow a temporary permit holder to operate a vehicle airside alone. The holder is obliged to be accompanied in the vehicle by a holder of a RAIC and a valid AVOP Certain vehicles require that the operator be in possession of a certain class of permit (3, 1 or 4A, for example). To ascertain the class of a given vehicle, the operator shall refer to the Highway Safety Code of Québec. It is incumbent upon the employer to ensure that each operator holds all permits as required by this directive Prior to submitting an application for an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit (AVOP), it is the responsibility of the employer to familiarize the employee with the specifics of the airport site and the provisions of this directive. As well, when the prospective vehicle operator(s) have completed the on-line airside safety training and successfully passed the written theory examination, it is incumbent upon the employer to provide them with the appropriate practical training for airside driving The employer or the authorized signing officer thereof shall complete and sign an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit Application Form available through the APO. By signing this form, the employer specifies the type of operator s permit required and confirms that: a) the vehicle operator is an employee required to operate a vehicle airside in the exercise of his/her duties; b) the vehicle operator is familiar with the airport site; and c) the vehicle operator satisfies the requirements set out in this directive. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 16

17 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR D. ISSUANCE PREREQUISITES 4.08 Prior to being granted the privilege of operating a vehicle airside, a person shall hold a: a) valid unrestricted driver s licence issued by a Canadian province, or a state of the United States, or be the holder of an unrestricted international driver s licence. A probationary driver s licence is a type of licence which is valid for a period of two (2) years and issued to drivers between the ages of 16 and 24 years. At the end of the 24-month period, the holder receives his/her permanent licence. A copy of the latter shall be submitted to the APO; b) valid Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC) issued pursuant to the Transportation Security Clearance Program. c) Restricted Operator Certificate with Aeronautical Qualification; refer to Chapter IX, Section I of this document for details. E. TRAINING 4.09 The employer shall ensure that each trainee receives the required theoretical and practical training in order to obtain the desired permit. Training shall not take place unless the holder of the temporary permit is accompanied by a person in possession of a valid RAIC and driver s licence valid for the class of vehicle in question The temporary permit allows the trainee to acquire the skills necessary to operate an authorized company vehicle in a restricted area. When at the wheel, the trainee shall: a) be accompanied in the vehicle by a person in possession of all necessary restricted area security components; and, b) carry with him/her the temporary permit stamped and signed by an APO agent The trainer shall be poised to assist the operator-in-training, to provide guidance with respect to vehicle handling and to intervene as required Both the operator-in-training and accompanying trainer shall comply with the requirements of this directive and be in possession of all documents required hereunder. F. THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS 4.13 The employer shall ensure that a vehicle which complies with the standards set out in Chapter III hereof is made available to the operator-in-training for the practical part of the airside proficiency skills examination After having completed the employer training and the on-line airside safety training program, the operatorin-training shall book an appointment with the APO for the practical examination. All cancellations shall be made at least 24 hours prior to the time of the scheduled appointment, failing which fees in the amount of $50 shall be charged to schedule a second appointment The operator-in-training shall successfully pass the theoretical and practical examinations, it being understood that passing grades are as follows: a) theory examination: The passing grade is 80% for the general part and 100% for the part on airside knowledge of the airport in question. b) practical examination: The passing grade is 80%. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 17

18 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 4.16 For new applications for Airside Vehicle Operator Permit, individuals who fail either the theory or the practical exams shall be allowed to retake the examination, subject to the following waiting periods: a) first failure : seven (7) days b) second failure : thirty (30) days c) third failure : the authorized signing officer of the company is required to provide to the Chief, Support Services at the APO a justification letter explaining why an additional chance to retake the exam should be granted. The decision of a third attempt rests with the Chief, Support Services To renew an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit, the holder shall submit a new Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit Application Form, accompanied by a copy of his or her valid provincial driver s licence, and is not required to take the exams again A holder whose airside permit is suspended or has been inactive for a period of more than six (6) months shall be required to retake all qualifying examinations (see Sections 6.07 and 6.08). G. ADMINISTRATION 4.19 The employer or authorized signing officer shall advise the APO without delay of any change concerning such employer or the operator on behalf of whom an application was submitted for the issue of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit The holder of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit shall take all action as required to prevent the unauthorized use of such permit. The holder shall immediately advise the APO in the event that his/her permit is lost or stolen The holder of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit who reports his/her permit as lost or stolen shall fill out a report to this effect for submission to the APO and Airport Patrol. Upon filing this report, a new permit shall be issued and a replacement fee charged Any holder of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit who forgets to return his/her expired permit to the APO shall be charged a recovery fee. This fee shall be refunded if the permit is returned to the APO within 15 days of expiry of the said permit It is prohibited to transform or modify in any manner whatsoever a permit issued by virtue of this directive. Action shall be taken against any such holder, including revocation of the right to obtain an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 18

19 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR V. PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC A. AIRCRAFT AND PASSENGER TRANSFER VEHICLE (PTV) PUSH-BACK 5.01 All pedestrians shall yield the right of way to any and all of the following vehicles: aircraft; emergency vehicle responding to an emergency; passenger transfer vehicle (PTV); snow-clearing vehicle; vehicle towing an aircraft Other instructions applying to pedestrians appear in Part II PEDESTRIANS of the ATR. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 19

20 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. GENERAL VI. ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE 6.01 To satisfy Transport Canada contractual obligations, ADM has set up a road safety program, including the issue of an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit (AVOP) which is necessary to operate a vehicle airside. This chapter details administrative action which may be initiated against anyone who violates one or other of the provisions of this Restricted Area Traffic Directive (DCZR). B. MEASURES 6.02 One or the other of the following measures may be taken in the event of violation of one or the other of the provisions hereof: a) eviction (see section 6.03) ; b) towing (see section 6.04) ; c) confiscation of AVOP (see section 6.05) ; d) suspension of AVOP (see section 6.06) ; e) revocation of AVOP (see section 6.06) ; f) retaking of qualifying examinations (see sections 6.07 and 6.08) ; g) suspension of the RAIC (see section 6.08, paragraphs (c.1) and (c.2) ) Operators shall be subject to eviction from a restricted area, with or without their vehicles, in the event of the following: a) vehicle deemed to represent a danger for others or the environment; b) vehicle not authorized by the Vice President, Airport Operations; c) operator not authorized by the Vice President, Airport Operations Vehicles shall be towed in instances such as the following: a) if the vehicle is parked in a location where parking is prohibited; or, b) if the vehicle is not an authorized vehicle and cannot be moved Operators may have their AVOP confiscated in instances such as the following: a) the operator is not in possession of a valid provincial driver s licence; b) the operator s AVOP has expired; c) the operator is operating in an area other than an area for which his or her AVOP was issued; d) the operator has committed two (2) violations or been involved in a serious accident; see 6.06, below An AVOP shall be suspended or revoked whenever an operator has received two (2) suspensions under the terms hereof within a period of five (5) years with effect from the date of the first infraction: a) a first offence under this directive may result in suspension of the AVOP for a period of 3 to 12 months, depending on the severity of the offense; b) a second offence under this directive may result in suspension of the AVOP for a period of 12 to 24 month or full permit revocation, depending of the severity of the offense An operator shall be required to retake the practical examination in the following instances: a) his/her AVOP expired more than (6) months ago; b) his/her AVOP has been suspended. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 20

21 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 6.08 An operator shall be required to retake both the theory and practical examinations in the following instances: a) his/her AVOP expired over one (1) year ago; b) his/her AVOP was suspended; c) when the operator is stopped airside while operating a vehicle WITHOUT an AVOP. c.1 for a first (1 st ) offence for driving airside without an AVOP, the operator shall be issued a traffic violation, and must make the necessary arrangements to retake the theory and practical exams, and must notify his/her employer. c.2 for a second (2 nd ) offence for driving airside without an AVOP, the operator shall have his/her RAIC seized for no less than 30 days to prevent his/her access to the restricted area. The employer shall be notified, and shall be required to provide the APO with valid proof that the offending employee has submitted to the requisite training to retake the theoretical and practical exams. The exams may not be retaken until the end of the RAIC seizure period Each notice of verdict received from the Ministry of Justice of Québec (Direction de la gestion des infractions) and bearing the indication of guilty shall be forwarded to the offender s employer. Furthermore, the AVOP shall be suspended for a period of up to two years where the operator has been found guilty of an offence, and may be revoked where the operator has been found guilty of two or more violations (see conditions for retaking of exams under sections 6.07 and 6.08, above) An AVOP shall be revoked for life whenever a holder shall be found guilty of falsifying or otherwise altering such permit. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 21

22 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. VEHICLE CORRIDORS VII. MOVEMENT AREA PARTICULARITIES 7.01 Vehicle operators shall come to a complete stop whenever surface markings so indicate within vehicle corridors located on the apron. Note: Operators shall pay particular attention to the passenger transfer vehicle parking area No vehicle shall tow more than six (6) baggage carts, more than six (6) container carts or a combination of more than six (6) of these types of carts on the apron No vehicle shall tow more than five (5) pallet cars on the apron No cart shall be parked in an area other than a designated parking area No LD-2 or LD-3 type containers shall be removed from a container cart and parked unless in an area specifically designed for this purpose. B. BAGGAGE ROOMS 7.06 Only baggage carts, LD-2 and LD-3 container carts and authorized vehicles used to tow the aforementioned carts shall be allowed in the baggage rooms and baggage room vehicle corridors In baggage rooms, the maximum number of towable container carts is five (5), and the maximum number of towable baggage carts is four (4). In the case of a combination of these types of carts, the maximum number towable is four (4) Only employees of the Manager of the domestic and international baggage rooms are authorized to operate vehicles in the opposite direction of normal flow traffic between Sorter C and the Transit 99 Belt The maximum speed in the baggage rooms and baggage room vehicle corridors at Montréal Trudeau Airport is 10 km/h It is prohibited to park any vehicle or cart in the vehicle corridors with the exception of areas identified and signed for this purpose It is prohibited to leave equipment of any nature in the vehicle corridors It is prohibited to enter or exit the baggage rooms other than by means of the passages identified for such purposes It is prohibited to leave vehicles and carts parked in the common baggage room or international arrivals baggage room unless required for an imminent baggage loading or unloading operation In the baggage rooms, it is prohibited to park carts and vehicles used to tow the latter outside areas identified for this purpose or outside surface marking boundaries. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 22

23 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR C. TRANSBORDER AND INTERNATIONAL JETTIES 7.15 The vehicle corridors running the length of the transborder and international jetties are located in front of parked aircraft, except at gates 80, 82, 84, and 86 through 89, where they run behind parked aircraft A vehicle may be operated behind a parked aircraft only to move from one side to the other of the aircraft that it is servicing, and shall not cross the double white line. Operating behind an aircraft to move from one gate to another is prohibited, with the exception of oversized vehicles Clearance under the loading bridges is 4.15 metres. Clearance indicators have been installed so that operators can ascertain whether they have sufficient clearance to proceed under the bridges. No vehicle with overall height in excess of 4.15 metres shall be operated in said corridors It is incumbent upon both the vehicle owner and operator to know the exact overall height of each vehicle All vehicle operators shall obtain authorization from apron control on radio frequency MHz if they must drive outside the corridors A double solid white line running behind parked aircraft ensures that the latter are safely clear of any obstacles while moving on the manoeuvring line. D. APRON AREAS AND PERIPHERAL ROADWAYS 7.21 For all other peripheral airside roadways, authorization from ground control is not required, except whenever an operator seeks to enter onto a taxiway or runway from the junction of one of such roadways. In this particular instance, the operator shall request radio authorization from ground control. An operator seeking to enter the de-icing centre apron shall request radio authorization from Aéromag between October 1 st and April 30 th, and from Montréal apron control between May 1 st and September 30 th Access to peripheral airside roadways is restricted to persons required to use them for work-related purposes Apron areas have local peculiarities with which all operators shall be familiar and have mastered prior to obtaining a Type "D/A" operator s permit. E. MONTRÉAL TRUDEAU AIRPORT PARTICULARITIES 7.24 In the common parking areas located in the vicinity of the baggage rooms, motor vehicles may be parked for a maximum period of four (4) hours, unless otherwise indicated It is prohibited to use one or other of the international arrivals or departures baggage rooms other than for the loading and unloading of checked baggage The area of taxiway Alpha between Alpha 4 and the apron is part of apron and is referred to as ALPHA- MIKE Four (4) red traffic lights topped with rotating beacons are located on the southwest side of the apron near Charlie gate (Thimens Road); these lights are activated whenever an aircraft is moving, so as to prevent collisions with ground vehicles. When the red traffic lights and beacons are activated, vehicle traffic is prohibited on Thimens between Bombardier and Transport Canada hangars. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 23

24 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR F. DE-ICING CENTRE 7.28 Prior to proceeding onto the Montréal Trudeau de-icing centre apron or operating thereon, operators shall make the following radio contact: G. ROAD 630 between October 1 st and April 30 th Contact Aéromag on radio frequency MHz to obtain authorization to operate on the de-icing apron; between May 1 st and September 30 th Contact Montréal apron control on radio frequency MHz to obtain authorization Road 630 links the main apron to the Air Canada base, and ends at the intersection of taxiways Alpha and Alpha-Charlie. It is incumbent upon the ground control unit to control vehicle traffic on this road by means of pairs of red traffic lights located at each intersection in both directions. Control is conducted in the following manner: a) Flashing red lights indicate that the vehicle operator must come to a complete stop at the corresponding stop line to ensure that there is no aircraft or vehicle traffic on either side before proceeding; b) Solid red lights indicate the vehicle operator must come to a complete stop at the corresponding stop line and wait until the red lights begin to flash. When they do, the operator shall make certain that there is no aircraft of vehicle traffic on either side before proceeding; c) Once an operator on Road 630 crosses Alpha taxiway, he or she will find him- or herself on Alpha- Charlie taxiway which links the Alpha taxiway to the Air Canada apron. It is not necessary to communicate by radio with ground control to proceed on Alpha-Charlie taxiway; the same applies for reverse-flow traffic; d) In addition to the two red lights, two signs which read "630 FERMÉ CLOSED" are installed at each end of Road 630: one at the entrance to Alpha-Charlie taxiway and the other in the Alpha-Mike sector. When these two signs are lighted, it is prohibited to use Road 630. Two separate instances require activation of these signs, namely whenever the Low Visibility Operations Plan is in force or whenever Runway 10/28 is in use. H. PLAN OF OPERATIONS IN REDUCED AND LOW VISIBILITY CONDITIONS 7.30 All operators shall comply with the Plan of Operations in Reduced and Low Visibility Conditions (refer to Appendix C). I. MANOEUVRING AREAS 7.31 The airport maps in Appendix D hereto indicate those sections of the manoeuvring areas with which all type D permit holders shall be familiar To operate legally in a manoeuvring area, all vehicles shall be equipped with a radio transmitter set on the appropriate frequencies, as well as a rotating amber aviation warning light. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 24

25 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR VIII. OPERATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR MOBILITY-IMPAIRED PASSENGERS A. BASIC CONDITIONS 8.01 This chapter defines the rules pertaining to the operation of electric vehicles within the airport terminal building. This type of vehicle shall be used only for the transport of mobility-impaired individuals It is essential that the use of an electric vehicle neither compromise user or pedestrian safety nor cause damage to equipment or facilities Notwithstanding the other provisions set out herein, a person shall be entitled to operate an electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers provided that he/she satisfies the following basic conditions: a) that the person is in possession of a restricted area identity card; b) that the vehicle is identified with the company colors For the purposes of this directive and unless proven otherwise, vehicle identification by means of company colors and a permanent number shall be deemed to represent legitimate proof of vehicle ownership. B. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS 8.05 The operation of an electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers in airport buildings is governed by the Airport Traffic Regulations (ATR) a copy of which appears in Appendix A of this directive. The ATR are also available on the Government of Canada website 1. Airport Patrol is invested with all authority as required to ticket operators or owners of electric vehicles found to be in violation of the rules set out herein. C. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION 8.06 All electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers shall be identified by means of company name, company colors and logo. D. SIGNAGE 8.07 All operators of electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers shall respect signage in place. E. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS 8.08 All operators of electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers shall comply with the following rules: a) operate vehicles only in designated vehicle corridors; b) yield the right of way to pedestrians at all times; c) never exceed a maximum speed of 5 km/h (equivalent to a fast-paced walk); d) never cut through passenger lineups or cut off individuals on foot; e) never load a vehicle in excess of pre-determined manufacturer capacity; f) never operate such a vehicle when under the influence; g) never pass another moving electric vehicle; h) in the transborder jetty, operate only on Levels 2 and 3; and, 1 AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 25

26 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR i) use only the lifts next to gates 74 (ASC-100) and 79 (ASC-105). The lifts shall be accessed at an angle of 90 degrees Electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers are prohibited in certain areas of the terminal building and jetties, including but not limited to the following locations: a) transborder security checkpoints; b) US inspection services area (FIS); c) baggage rooms; d) passenger loading bridges; e) moving walkways; f) Canadian inspection services area; g) aeroquay ; and h) elevators Any operator of an electric vehicle involved in an incident/accident shall: a) remain on the scene or return thereto immediately following the accident, and assist any persons having sustained injury; and, b) report the accident immediately to the ADM Call Centre by calling F. PARKING 8.11 Electric vehicles for mobility-impaired passengers shall be parked in the areas designated for this purpose. Operators shall ensure that the floor beneath the parked vehicles is protected by means of a carpet. When parking an electric vehicle, the brakes shall be locked, the gearshift set in neutral (if possible) and the key removed from the vehicle. G. SPEED 8.12 No person shall operate an electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers in such a manner as to endanger people, equipment or facilities, especially in light of the normally heavy traffic in the areas in which these vehicles are used The maximum operating speed shall be 5 km/h, which is about the equivalent of a fast-paced walk During peak periods when passenger traffic within airport buildings is particularly heavy, vehicle operators shall reduce operating speed. In addition, operators shall slow when approaching doors, passenger lineups, lift entrances and exits, escalators, pedestrian staircases and moving walkways. H. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 8.15 It is incumbent upon operators to pick up any object as may fall from their vehicle or is otherwise vehiclerelated. I. OPERATING AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT 8.16 All electric vehicles shall be equipped with either a flashing or rotating amber aviation warning light, the beam of which shall be visible by pedestrians within a radius of 360 degrees. This warning light shall be operational whenever the vehicle is operated inside an airport building. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 26

27 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 8.17 All electric vehicles shall be equipped as follows: brakes; hand brake; horn; audible warning device (maximum of 84 decibels); rotating light; and, electronic immobilizer system (ignition safety lock) Authorized vehicles feature a maximum capacity of six (6) occupants. J. VEHICLE USE 8.19 Electric vehicles are designed solely for the transport of mobility-impaired passengers. Use of vehicles of this nature may be prohibited inside airport buildings if the vehicles are found to be in unacceptable working order (dirty, company logo label not affixed thereto, etc.). K. ENFORCEMENT 8.20 These measures apply to both vehicle operators and the companies which own such vehicles Any owner of an electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers, physical person or company as shall be found to be in violation of the provisions of this chapter shall, in addition to the sanctions provided for under the ATR, be subject to administrative action which can range from eviction from a restricted area to loss of the privilege of operating such a vehicle. L. VEHICLE REGISTRATION 8.22 All applications to register an electric vehicle for mobility-impaired passengers shall be submitted to the APO. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 27

28 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR A. GENERAL IX. RADIOCOMMUNICATION 9.01 Circulation on the movement areas at Montréal Trudeau and Montréal Mirabel international airports is controlled. At Trudeau, traffic on the main apron is also controlled. This chapter defines the basic rules to be followed by all individuals operating a vehicle in these areas. B. RESTRICTED OPERATOR CERTIFICATE 9.02 In addition to an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit for the airport concerned, a vehicle operator shall also be in possession of a valid Restricted Operator Certificate with Aeronautical Qualification Whenever an operator is required to operate on a manoeuvring or movement area, he/she shall be in possession of a valid Restricted Operator Certificate with Aeronautical Qualification prior to being issued a Type D AVOP, and if he/she is required to operate on the apron, shall be in possession of such valid certificate prior to being issued a Type D/A AVOP Any operator who, for any reason whatsoever, has his/her Restricted Operator Certificate with Aeronautical Qualification revoked shall advise the APO without delay. C. COMMUNICATIONS 9.05 All vehicle operators shall ensure that their radiotelephone is set on the appropriate radio frequency, based on their location and intended route within the movement area, and they remain alert to communications on this frequency All vehicle operators shall contact: a) the ground control unit to obtain authorization to proceed into and operate in a manoeuvring area; and b) apron control whenever required to operate on the apron outside designated vehicle corridors (including when towing an aircraft) Whenever requesting radio authorization, vehicle operators shall provide information as follows: a) call sign of control unit called (Montréal Ground, Montréal Apron, Mirabel-Radio or Aéromag); b) vehicle call sign; c) exact position; and d) exact destination Vehicle operators shall always fully acknowledge receipt of instructions received from the ground traffic control unit or apron control To proceed to destination, the vehicle operator shall follow the instructed route; if in doubt, the operator shall verify instructions Whenever a vehicle operator is instructed to hold short of a runway or taxiway, or is awaiting authorization to cross or operate on such runway or taxiway, he/she shall bring his/her vehicle to a stop no less than 61 metres (200 feet) from the edge thereof, i.e., before the stop line painted on the ground Whenever a vehicle operator is instructed by radio to leave a runway or taxiway, he/she shall acknowledge receipt, comply with the instructions given and proceed to a location no less than 61 metres (200 feet) off to the side of the nearest runway. The vehicle operator shall then advise the ground control unit that he or she has left the runway or taxiway and indicate his/her exact position. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 28

29 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 9.12 When proceeding along a runway, all operators shall immediately proceed off such runway whenever the ground control unit flashes the white lights bordering the runway in question In addition to ground control or apron control radio authorization, vehicle operators shall always conduct a visual check to be certain not to interfere with an aircraft approaching the route on which they have been given permission to proceed Whenever an aircraft is under tow: a) the vehicle towing the aircraft shall remain in constant radio contact with the ground control unit or apron control, depending on vehicle location; b) depending on vehicle location, maintaining radio contact is mandatory and may be performed by an individual located in the cockpit of the aircraft provided that ongoing radio contact is maintained with the tow vehicle operator. D. FREQUENCIES USED 9.15 Frequencies in force at Montréal airports are as follows: a) Montréal Trudeau International Airport (1) MHz for Montréal Ground East Sector MHz for Montréal Ground West Sector (2) MHz for Montréal Apron (3) MHz for Aéromag b) Montréal Mirabel International Airport (1) MHz for Mirabel Radio (2) MHz for Unicom non-controlled apron (3) MHz for Aéromag 9.16 All vehicle owners shall ensure that the radiotelephone in each vehicle operates on the frequencies used at the airport in question All vehicles required to contact the ground control unit or apron control shall be: a) equipped with a radiotelephone in proper working order; b) operated by a person in possession of a valid Restricted Operator Certificate and AVOP It is incumbent upon the escort vehicle operator to obtain all necessary authorizations from the ground control unit A call sign is assigned to each vehicle licensed to operate within the manoeuvring areas. The call sign comprises a name and a number and shall both be stated in full upon each radio communication transmission made by a vehicle operator. The assignment of call signs is the responsibility of the APO. E. BREAKDOWNS 9.20 In the event of a vehicle breakdown, the vehicle operator shall immediately advise the ground control unit, depending upon location. The vehicle operator shall provide his/her exact location, the nature of the breakdown and the type of assistance required In the event of the simultaneous breakdown of a vehicle operating in a manoeuvring area and the vehicle s radiotelephone, the vehicle operator shall leave both running and warning lights in the ON position and, if practicable, push the vehicle as far off the runway or taxiway as possible. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 29

30 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 9.22 In the event of the breakdown of a radiotelephone while on the manoeuvring area, the operator shall turn his/her vehicle to face the control tower and flash the vehicle lights. The ground control unit shall reply using the following standard light signals: a) flashing green light "You may cross" b) solid red light "Stop. Hold your position" c) flashing red light "Leave the runway" d) flashing white light "Return to starting point" 9.23 In the event of the breakdown of a radiotelephone, the vehicle operator shall come to a complete stop at each runway intersection, request and receive permission to continue (flashing green light) before proceeding. F. PHONETIC ALPHABET 9.24 Whenever required to spell out sequences for the purposes of clarity of radiotelephone communications, operators shall use the ICAO phonetic alphabet which appears in Appendix E. G. STANDARD WORDS AND PROCEDURES 9.25 The use of current or informal terms and expressions, such as Okay, or present-day slang is prohibited. A series of standard phrases and phraseology used in aeronautics communications are set out in Appendix F. Language employed shall be clear, concise and accurate. H. PROHIBITIONS 9.26 Communications shall be restricted to authorized radiotelephone messages only. Unwanted signals are prohibited. Profane, obscene or coarse language is strictly forbidden It is prohibited to transmit or cause to be transmitted a false or fraudulent message, call or distress signal It is prohibited to cause interference or otherwise obstruct radiotelephone communications Whenever using a radiotelephone, the operator shall protect communication confidentiality and in no case reveal the content of any communication unless authorized to do so. I. OBTAINING A RADIOTELEPHONE OPERATOR S CERTIFICATE WITH AERONAUTICAL QUALIFICATION 9.30 To obtain a Restricted Operator s Certificate with Aeronautical Qualification, candidates shall: a) be holders of a valid provincial driver s licence; b) be holders of a valid restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC); c) submit an application for an Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit by duly completing the proper form and having the latter signed by the authorized signing officer of the company; and d) successfully pass the type D or D/A permit theoretical examination The Restricted Operator s Certificate is issued by Industry Canada and may be requested through the APO by candidates submitting an application for a type D or D/A AVOP For further details, visit Industry Canada s website at AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 30

31 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR APPENDICES AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 31

32 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR APPENDIX A AIR TRAFFIC REGULATIONS AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 32

33 CANADA CONSOLIDATION CODIFICATION Airport Traffic Regulations Règlement sur la circulation aux aéroports C.R.C., c. 886 C.R.C., ch. 886 Current to September 16, 2013 À jour au 16 septembre 2013 Last amended on June 4, 2009 Dernière modification le 4 juin 2009 Published by the Minister of Justice at the following address: Publié par le ministre de la Justice à l adresse suivante :

34 OFFICIAL STATUS OF CONSOLIDATIONS CARACTÈRE OFFICIEL DES CODIFICATIONS Published consolidation is evidence Subsections 31(1) and (3) of the Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, in force on June 1, 2009, provide as follows: 31. (1) Every copy of a consolidated statute or consolidated regulation published by the Minister under this Act in either print or electronic form is evidence of that statute or regulation and of its contents and every copy purporting to be published by the Minister is deemed to be so published, unless the contrary is shown.... [...] Les paragraphes 31(1) et (3) de la Loi sur la révision et la codification des textes législatifs, en vigueur le 1 er juin 2009, prévoient ce qui suit : 31. (1) Tout exemplaire d'une loi codifiée ou d'un règlement codifié, publié par le ministre en vertu de la présente loi sur support papier ou sur support électronique, fait foi de cette loi ou de ce règlement et de son contenu. Tout exemplaire donné comme publié par le ministre est réputé avoir été ainsi publié, sauf preuve contraire. Codifications comme élément de preuve Inconsistencies in regulations (3) In the event of an inconsistency between a consolidated regulation published by the Minister under this Act and the original regulation or a subsequent amendment as registered by the Clerk of the Privy Council under the Statutory Instruments Act, the original regulation or amendment prevails to the extent of the inconsistency. (3) Les dispositions du règlement d'origine avec ses modifications subséquentes enregistrées par le greffier du Conseil privé en vertu de la Loi sur les textes réglementaires l'emportent sur les dispositions incompatibles du règlement codifié publié par le ministre en vertu de la présente loi. Incompatibilité règlements NOTE NOTE This consolidation is current to September 16, The last amendments came into force on June 4, Any amendments that were not in force as of September 16, 2013 are set out at the end of this document under the heading Amendments Not in Force. Cette codification est à jour au 16 septembre Les dernières modifications sont entrées en vigueur le 4 juin Toutes modifications qui n'étaient pas en vigueur au 16 septembre 2013 sont énoncées à la fin de ce document sous le titre «Modifications non en vigueur».

35 TABLE OF PROVISIONS TABLE ANALYTIQUE Section Page Article Page Regulations Respecting the Control of Motor Vehicles, Pedestrians, Aircraft and Equipment at Airports Règlement concernant le contrôle de la circulation des véhicules à moteur, des piétons, des aéronefs et du matériel aux aéroports 1 SHORT TITLE 1 1 TITRE ABRÉGÉ 1 2 INTERPRETATION 1 2 INTERPRÉTATION 1 3 APPLICATION 5 3 APPLICATION 5 4 ENFORCEMENT 5 4 OBSERVATION 5 5 PART I OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 5 5 PARTIE I CONDUITE DES VÉHICULES À MOTEUR 5 5 PROHIBITION 5 5 INTERDICTION 5 6 COMPLIANCE WITH PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS 5 6 OBSERVATION DES LOIS PROVINCIALES ET DES RÈGLEMENTS MUNICIPAUX 5 7 TRAFFIC SIGNS AND DEVICES 6 7 SIGNALISATION 6 10 TRAFFIC DIRECTION AND CONTROL 7 10 RÉGLEMENTATION DE LA CIRCULATION 7 16 PARKING 8 16 STATIONNEMENT 8 33 SPEED VITESSE ANIMALS ANIMAUX PENALTIES SANCTIONS PART II PEDESTRIANS PARTIE II PIÉTONS PROHIBITION INTERDICTIONS SMOKING AND LITTERING INTERDICTION DE FUMER ET DE JETER DES ORDURES PENALTIES SANCTIONS PART III REGISTRATION OF MOBILE EQUIPMENT PARTIE III IMMATRICULATION DU MATÉRIEL MOBILE INTERPRETATION INTERPRÉTATION REGISTRATION IMMATRICULATION FEES DROIT PART IV CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT ON APRONS PARTIE IV CONTRÔLE DE LA CIRCULATION DES AÉRONEFS SUR LES AIRES DE TRAFIC INTERPRETATION INTERPRÉTATION 21 3

36 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 Section Page Article Page 65 GENERAL DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 22 SCHEDULE I INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS 25 ANNEXE I AÉROPORTS INTERNATIONAUX 25 SCHEDULE II 26 ANNEXE II 26 4

37 CHAPTER 886 CHAPITRE 886 GOVERNMENT PROPERTY TRAFFIC ACT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT ACT Airport Traffic Regulations REGULATIONS RESPECTING THE CONTROL OF MOTOR VEHICLES, PEDESTRIANS, AIRCRAFT AND EQUIPMENT AT AIRPORTS SHORT TITLE 1. These Regulations may be cited as the Airport Traffic Regulations. 2. In these Regulations, INTERPRETATION aerodrome means an area of land, water (including the frozen surface thereof) or other supporting surface used, designed, prepared, equipped or set apart for use either in whole or in part for the arrival, departure, movement or servicing of aircraft and includes any buildings, installations and equipment used in connection therewith; (aérodrome) aircraft means any machine used or designed for navigation in the air but does not include a machine designed to derive support in the atmosphere from reactions against the earth s surface of air expelled from the machine; (aéronef) airport means an aerodrome in respect of which a Canadian aviation document issued pursuant to the Aeronautics Act is in force; (aéroport) airport manager means the person in charge of an airport or the authorized representative of that person; (directeur d aéroport) animal means any domestic animal and includes poultry; (animal) apron means that part of an airport, other than the manoeuvring area, intended to accommodate the loading and unloading of passengers and cargo, the refuelling, servicing, maintenance and parking of aircraft and the LOI RELATIVE À LA CIRCULATION SUR LES TERRAINS DE L ÉTAT LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DES TRANSPORTS Règlement sur la circulation aux aéroports RÈGLEMENT CONCERNANT LE CONTRÔLE DE LA CIRCULATION DES VÉHICULES À MOTEUR, DES PIÉTONS, DES AÉRONEFS ET DU MATÉRIEL AUX AÉROPORTS TITRE ABRÉGÉ 1. Le présent règlement peut être cité sous le titre : Règlement sur la circulation aux aéroports. INTERPRÉTATION 2. Dans le présent règlement, «aérodrome» désigne une étendue de terre ou d eau (y compris la surface gelée d une étendue d eau) ou toute autre surface d appui utilisée, conçue, préparée, équipée ou destinée à être utilisée, en totalité ou en partie, pour l arrivée, le départ, les manœuvres ou l entretien courant des aéronefs et comprend les bâtiments, les installations et le matériel utilisés à ces fins; (aerodrome) «aéronef» désigne toute machine utilisée ou conçue pour la navigation aérienne, mais ne comprend pas une machine conçue pour se maintenir dans l atmosphère grâce à la réaction, sur la surface de la terre, de l air expulsé par la machine; (aircraft) «aéroport» Aérodrome pour lequel est en vigueur un document d aviation canadien délivré en application de la Loi sur l aéronautique. (airport) «agent» désigne a) un membre de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada, b) un membre de la sûreté provinciale ou municipale, et c) toute personne ou un membre d une catégorie de personnes autorisée par le ministre à faire observer le présent règlement; (constable) 1

38 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 movement of aircraft, vehicles and pedestrians to allow execution of those functions; (aire de trafic) apron traffic means all aircraft, vehicles, pedestrians and equipment utilizing the apron area of the airport; (trafic de l aire de trafic) commercial passenger vehicle means any taxi, bus or other vehicle used or intended for use in the transportation of persons for compensation; (véhicule commercial pour passager) constable means (a) a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, (b) a member of a provincial or municipal police force, and (c) any person or a member of a class of persons authorized by the Minister to enforce these Regulations; (agent) cross-walk means (a) any portion of a road, apron or other area designated by a sign or surface marking as a pedestrian crossing, and (b) that part of a road at an intersection that is included within the connections of the lateral lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the road or, in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the road; (passage pour piétons) Department means the Department of Transport; (ministère) driver means a person who is driving or is in actual physical control of a motor vehicle or bicycle; (conducteur) intersection means the area embraced within the prolongation or connection of the lateral curb lines or, in the absence of curb lines, of the lateral boundary lines of two or more roads that join one another at an angle whether or not one road crosses the other; (carrefour) land side means land side as defined in section 1 of the Traffic on the Land Side of Airports Regulations; (côté ville) «aire de manœuvre» désigne la partie d un aéroport ordinairement utilisée pour le décollage et l atterrissage des aéronefs et pour les manœuvres se rattachant au décollage ou à l atterrissage, à l exclusion des aires de trafic; (manoeuvring area) «aire d embarquement» désigne toute partie d un aéroport, désignée par un écriteau et accessible au public pour l embarquement ou le débarquement; (loading area) «aire de trafic» désigne la partie d un aéroport autre que l aire de manœuvre, destinée à l embarquement et au débarquement des voyageurs, au chargement et au déchargement du fret, au ravitaillement en carburant, à l entretien courant et technique et au stationnement des aéronefs ainsi qu aux mouvements des aéronefs, des véhicules et des piétons devant permettre l exécution de ces fonctions; (apron) «animal» désigne tout animal domestique et comprend la volaille; (animal) «autoneige» désigne un véhicule qui peut être propulsé ou conduit autrement que par un effort musculaire, se déplaçant sur des chenilles ou des skis ou sur des chenilles et des skis et qui est conçu pour être conduit sur la neige ou la glace; (over-snow vehicle) «carrefour» désigne l aire d une route comprise entre les prolongements ou les lieux de rencontre des lignes des trottoirs latéraux ou, s il n y en a pas, des lignes latérales limitant deux routes ou plus qui se rejoignent à un angle, que les routes se croisent ou non; (intersection) «conducteur» désigne une personne qui conduit un véhicule à moteur ou une bicyclette ou qui en a effectivement le contrôle; (driver) «côté ville» S entend au sens de l article 1 du Règlement sur la circulation du côté ville des aéroports. (land side) «directeur d aéroport» Personne chargée de l aéroport ou son représentant. (airport manager) «emplacement de stationnement» [Abrogée, DORS/ , art. 1(F)] 2

39 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 loading area means any portion of an airport designated by a sign and made available to the public for loading or unloading; (aire d embarquement) manoeuvring area means that part of an airport ordinarily used for the take-off and landing of aircraft and for the movement of aircraft associated with the take-off and landing, but does not include the apron; (aire de manœuvre) Minister means the Minister of Transport; (ministre) motor vehicle means an automobile, over-snow vehicle, truck, bus or any self-propelled vehicle or device in, upon or by which a person or property is or may be transported, carried or conveyed upon land and includes a machine designed to derive support in the atmosphere from reactions against the earth s surface of air expelled from the machine; (véhicule à moteur) over-snow vehicle means a vehicle that is capable of being propelled or driven otherwise than by muscular power, that runs on tracks or skis or on tracks and skis and that is designed for operation on snow or ice; (autoneige) owner, with respect to a motor vehicle, means a person who holds legal title to it or a person in whose name it is or is required to be registered by the laws of a province and includes a conditional purchaser, lessee or mortgagor who is entitled to or is in possession of the motor vehicle; (propriétaire) park means the standing of a motor vehicle whether occupied or not, except for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers or goods; (laisser en stationnement) parking area means a part of an airport property that is designated by a sign or by surface markings as an area for parking motor vehicles; (parc de stationnement) parking meter [Repealed, SOR/92-120, s. 1] parking permit means a permit issued by the airport manager that authorizes the permit holder to park a motor vehicle in a specific parking area in accordance with the terms of the permit; (permis de stationnement) «laisser en stationnement» signifie arrêter un véhicule, occupé ou non, sauf pour embarquer ou débarquer des passagers ou des marchandises; (park) «ministère» désigne le ministère des Transports; (Department) «ministre» désigne le ministre des Transports; (Minister) «parc de stationnement» Partie du terrain d un aéroport désignée par un écriteau ou par des marques à la surface du sol comme zone de stationnement de véhicules à moteur. (parking area) «parcomètre» [Abrogée, DORS/92-120, art. 1] «passage pour piétons» désigne a) toute partie de route, d aire de trafic ou d une autre zone signalisée comme passage pour piétons par des écriteaux ou des marques au sol, et b) la partie d une route qui, à une intersection, est comprise entre les prolongements des lignes latérales des trottoirs situés aux côtés opposés de la route ou, s il n y a pas de trottoir, à partir des bords de la route; (cross-walk) «péage anticipé» Système de contrôle des places de stationnement permettant au conducteur d un véhicule à moteur de payer sa place, immédiatement avant ou après avoir laissé son véhicule à moteur en stationnement, pour la durée prévue du stationnement. (pay-in-advance parking control system) «permis de stationnement» Permis délivré par le directeur de l aéroport autorisant son détenteur à laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans un parc de stationnement déterminé, aux conditions indiquées sur le permis. (parking permit) «permis spécial de stationnement» Permis délivré par le directeur de l aéroport autorisant son détenteur à laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement à l endroit et aux conditions que le directeur de l aéroport indique. (special parking permit) 3

40 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 parking space means a space for parking motor vehicles that is located in a parking area and that, in most cases, is delineated by surface markings; (place de stationnement) pay-in-advance parking control system means a system of parking control whereby the person who parks a motor vehicle in a parking space is required, immediately before or after parking the motor vehicle, to pay a fee in respect of the period of time during which the person anticipates that the motor vehicle will remain in that parking space; (péage anticipé) pedestrian means a person on foot and includes an invalid or child in a wheelchair or carriage; (piéton) restricted area means an area at an aerodrome that is designated by a sign as an area to which access is restricted to persons authorized by the airport manager; (zone réglementée) road includes any highway, street or place designed and intended for or used for the passage of motor vehicles; (route) sidewalk means that part of a road or apron that is constructed for the use of pedestrians; (trottoir) special parking permit means a permit issued by the airport manager that authorizes the permit holder to park a motor vehicle in such place and in accordance with such terms as are specified by the airport manager. (permis spécial de stationnement) valid identification means a document issued or approved by the airport manager authorizing the holder to have access to a restricted area of the airport. (pièce d identité valable) SOR/92-120, s. 1; SOR/ , s. 26. «pièce d identité valable» désigne un document délivré ou approuvé par le directeur d aéroport et autorisant son titulaire à avoir accès à une zone réglementée de l aéroport; (valid identification) «piéton» désigne une personne à pied et comprend un invalide dans un fauteuil roulant ou un enfant dans un landau; (pedestrian) «place de stationnement» Espace d un parc de stationnement réservé au stationnement d un véhicule à moteur, généralement délimité par des marques à la surface du sol. (parking space) «propriétaire», employé à l égard d un véhicule à moteur, désigne une personne au nom de laquelle le véhicule est ou doit être immatriculé en vertu des lois d une province, et comprend l acheteur dans le cas d une vente sous condition, un locataire ou un mortgagor qui a droit à la possession du véhicule à moteur ou qui en a la possession; (owner) «route» comprend une route, rue ou place désignée et conçue pour être utilisée ou utilisée pour la circulation de véhicules à moteur; (road) «trafic de l aire de trafic» désigne tous les aéronefs, véhicules, piétons et matériel utilisant l aire de trafic de l aéroport; (apron traffic) «trottoir» désigne la partie d une route ou d une aire de trafic qui est construite pour l usage des piétons; (sidewalk) «véhicule à moteur» désigne une automobile, une autoneige, un camion, un autobus ou tout autre véhicule ou appareil autopropulsé dans lequel, sur lequel ou au moyen duquel une personne ou une chose est ou peut être transportée, portée ou déplacée sur terre, y compris une machine conçue pour se maintenir dans l atmosphère grâce à la réaction, sur la surface de la terre, de l air expulsé par la machine; (motor vehicle) «véhicule commercial pour passager» désigne tout taxi, autobus ou autre véhicule utilisé ou destiné a être utilisé pour le transport rémunéré des personnes; (commercial passenger vehicle) 4

41 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 «zone réglementée» Zone d un aérodrome désignée par un écriteau comme zone dont l accès est réservé aux personnes autorisées par le directeur de l aéroport. (restricted area) DORS/92-120, art. 1; DORS/ , art. 26. APPLICATION 3. These Regulations apply in respect of an area other than the land side of an airport set out in Schedule I or II. SOR/92-120, s. 2; SOR/ , s. 27. ENFORCEMENT 4. The Minister may authorize any person or class of persons to act as a constable to enforce these Regulations. PART I OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES PROHIBITION 5. (1) No person shall operate a motor vehicle on an airport unless (a) he holds all licences and permits that he is, by the laws of the province and the municipality in which the airport is situated, required to hold in order to operate the motor vehicle in that province and municipality; and (b) the motor vehicle is registered and equipped as required by the laws of the province and the municipality in which the airport is situated. (2) For the purpose of these Regulations, a provincial certificate of motor vehicle registration shall be prima facie proof of ownership of the motor vehicle. COMPLIANCE WITH PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS 6. (1) No person shall operate a motor vehicle on an airport otherwise than in accordance with the laws of the APPLICATION 3. Le présent règlement s applique à une aire autre que le côté ville d un aéroport figurant aux annexes I ou II. DORS/92-120, art. 2; DORS/ , art. 27. OBSERVATION 4. Le ministre peut autoriser toute personne ou catégorie de personnes à remplir les fonctions d agent pour faire observer le présent règlement. PARTIE I CONDUITE DES VÉHICULES À MOTEUR INTERDICTION 5. (1) Il est interdit de conduire un véhicule à moteur sur un aéroport à moins a) d être titulaire de toutes les licences et de tous les permis que les lois de la province et les règlements de la municipalité où est situé l aéroport obligent à posséder pour la conduite de ce véhicule à moteur dans cette province et cette municipalité; et b) que le véhicule à moteur ne soit immatriculé et équipé conformément aux lois de la province et aux règlements de la municipalité où est situé l aéroport. (2) Aux fins du présent règlement, un certificat provincial d immatriculation de véhicule à moteur crée une présomption jusqu à preuve du contraire du droit de propriété du véhicule à moteur. OBSERVATION DES LOIS PROVINCIALES ET DES RÈGLEMENTS MUNICIPAUX 6. (1) Il est interdit de conduire un véhicule à moteur sur un aéroport, si ce n est conformément aux lois de la 5

42 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 province and the municipality in which the airport is situated. (2) In this Part, the expression laws of the province and the municipality does not include laws that are inconsistent with or repugnant to any of the provisions of the Government Property Traffic Act or these Regulations. TRAFFIC SIGNS AND DEVICES 7. (1) The Minister may mark or erect or cause to be marked or erected on any airport traffic signs or devices (a) prescribing the rate of speed; (b) regulating or prohibiting parking and designating parking, loading or restricted areas; (c) prescribing load limits for any motor vehicle or class of motor vehicles; (d) prohibiting or regulating the use of any road or place by any motor vehicle or class of motor vehicles, or by persons or animals; (e) designating any road as a one-way road; (f) stopping motor vehicles; (g) regulating pedestrian traffic; and (h) directing or controlling in any other manner traffic on the airport. (2) Except as authorized by subsection (1), no person shall mark or erect any traffic sign or device on any airport. SOR/92-120, s. 3(F). 8. Any traffic sign or device on any airport bearing the words Department of Transport, Ministère des Transports, or an abbreviation thereof, or purporting to have been erected by or under the authority of the Minister, shall be deemed prima facie to have been erected pursuant to this Part. province et aux règlements de la municipalité où l aéroport est situé. (2) Dans la présente partie, l expression «lois de la province et règlements de la municipalité» ne comprend pas les lois ou règlements incompatibles avec les dispositions de la Loi relative à la circulation sur les terrains du gouvernement ou du présent règlement. SIGNALISATION 7. (1) Le ministre peut installer ou faire installer sur tout aéroport des panneaux ou des dispositifs de signalisation pour a) prescrire la vitesse; b) réglementer ou interdire le stationnement et désigner des parcs de stationnement, des aires d embarquement ou des zones réglementées; c) prescrire des limites de charge applicables à tout véhicule à moteur ou à toute catégorie de véhicules à moteur; d) interdire ou réglementer l usage d une route ou d un endroit par tout véhicule à moteur ou toute catégorie de véhicules à moteur ou par des personnes ou des animaux; e) désigner une route comme route à sens unique; f) arrêter les véhicules à moteur; g) réglementer la circulation des piétons; et h) diriger ou contrôler de toute autre manière la circulation sur l aéroport. (2) Sauf autorisation prévue au paragraphe (1), il est interdit d installer sur un aéroport des panneaux ou des dispositifs de signalisation quels qu ils soient. DORS/92-120, art. 3(F). 8. Les panneaux ou dispositifs de signalisation qui sont installés sur un aéroport, qui portent les mots «Ministère des Transports», «Department of Transport», en entier ou en abrégé, ou qui sont donnés comme ayant été installés par le ministre ou sur son autorisation, sont censés avoir été installés conformément à la présente partie. 6

43 C.R.C., ch septembre The driver of a motor vehicle on an airport shall obey the instruction of any traffic sign or device applicable to that driver or motor vehicle. TRAFFIC DIRECTION AND CONTROL 10. No person shall, on an airport, drive (a) a motor vehicle other than an over-snow vehicle, except on a road; or (b) an over-snow vehicle except with the permission of the airport manager. 11. (1) The driver of a motor vehicle on an airport shall comply with any traffic directions given to him by a constable. (2) A constable may, for the purpose of ensuring the orderly movement of all traffic on an airport, direct or control such traffic. 12. Every person on an airport shall produce to a constable upon demand (a) any permit issued to him under this Part; (b) any licence or permit he holds authorizing him to drive a motor vehicle; and (c) any certificate of registration referred to in subsection 5(2). 13. Every driver of a motor vehicle who is directly or indirectly involved in an accident on an airport shall (a) report the accident forthwith as required by the laws of the province in which the accident occurred; and (b) if any property of Her Majesty is damaged by the accident, report the accident forthwith to a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the airport manager. 14. No person shall operate or park a motor vehicle (a) on an apron unless he has the permission of the airport manager; or 9. Le conducteur d un véhicule à moteur sur un aéroport doit suivre les instructions que donnent les panneaux ou les dispositifs de signalisation et qui sont applicables à lui ou au véhicule à moteur. RÉGLEMENTATION DE LA CIRCULATION 10. Il est interdit, sur un aéroport, de conduire a) un véhicule à moteur autre qu une autoneige ailleurs que sur une route; ou b) une autoneige sans l autorisation du directeur de l aéroport. 11. (1) Le conducteur d un véhicule à moteur sur un aéroport doit se conformer aux directives de circulation que lui donne un agent. (2) Un agent peut, afin d assurer un écoulement ordonné de la circulation sur un aéroport, diriger ou réglementer cette circulation. 12. Sur un aéroport, une personne doit présenter à un agent, sur demande, a) tout permis qui lui a été délivré en vertu de la présente partie; b) toute licence ou tout permis l autorisant à conduire un véhicule à moteur, dont elle est titulaire; et c) tout certificat d immatriculation dont il est question au paragraphe 5(2). 13. Tout conducteur d un véhicule à moteur qui est directement ou indirectement impliqué dans un accident sur un aéroport doit a) signaler immédiatement l accident, conformément aux lois de la province dans laquelle l accident s est produit; et b) si l accident a causé des dommages aux biens de Sa Majesté, signaler immédiatement l accident à un membre de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada ou au directeur de l aéroport. 14. Il est interdit de conduire ou de laisser en stationnement un véhicule à moteur 7

44 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 (b) in any area designated by a sign as a restricted area unless he is in possession of valid identification. 15. Where an apron traffic control unit, as defined in Part IV, has been established at an airport, the operator of a motor vehicle on the apron shall acknowledge and obey any instruction received from the unit. PARKING 16. No person shall park a motor vehicle in any area designated by a sign as an area in which parking is prohibited. 17. No person shall, without the permission of the Minister, park a motor vehicle on any portion of an airport that is grassed or that is not intended for the use of motor vehicles. 18. No person shall park a motor vehicle in a place designated by a sign as a loading area. 19. No driver of a commercial passenger vehicle shall load or unload passengers at an airport except in an area designated by a sign as an area in which passenger loading or unloading is permitted. 20. Where an area is designated by a sign as an area in which parking is reserved for persons who hold a parking permit or special parking permit, as the case may be, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area unless the person (a) holds a parking permit or special parking permit that authorizes the person to park in that area; (b) where an identifying label or ticket has been issued with the parking permit or special parking permit, affixes the label to the lower corner of the driver s side of the windshield of the motor vehicle, or displays the ticket on the driver s side of the dash- a) sur une aire de trafic sans l autorisation du directeur de l aéroport; ou b) sur toute aire désignée par un écriteau comme zone réglementée à moins d être en possession de pièces d identité valables. 15. Lorsqu un organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic, défini dans la partie IV, a été établi dans un aéroport, le conducteur d un véhicule à moteur se trouvant sur l aire de trafic doit accuser réception de toute instruction reçue de cet organe et s y conformer. STATIONNEMENT 16. Il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans une zone désignée par un écriteau comme une zone où le stationnement est interdit. 17. Il est interdit, sauf sur autorisation du ministre, de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement sur une partie gazonnée de l aéroport ou sur toute partie qui n est pas destinée à être utilisée par des véhicules à moteur. 18. Il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans un endroit désigné par un écriteau comme étant une aire d embarquement. 19. Il est interdit au conducteur d un véhicule commercial pour passagers de faire monter ou de faire descendre des passagers à un aéroport sauf dans une zone désignée par un écriteau à cette fin. 20. Lorsqu une zone est désignée par un écriteau comme zone où le stationnement est réservé aux détenteurs d un permis de stationnement ou d un permis spécial de stationnement, selon le cas, nul ne doit y laisser en stationnement un véhicule à moteur sauf : a) s il possède un permis de stationnement ou un permis spécial de stationnement qui l autorise à stationner dans cette zone; b) si, dans le cas où une vignette ou un billet d identification a été délivré avec le permis de stationnement ou avec le permis spécial de stationnement, il appose cette vignette dans le coin inférieur du pare-brise, du côté du conducteur du véhicule à moteur, ou s il place 8

45 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 board of the motor vehicle in such a manner that it is clearly visible; and (c) parks the motor vehicle in accordance with the terms of the parking permit or special parking permit. SOR/92-120, s Where an area is designated by a sign as an area in which parking is permitted for a period of time, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area for any greater period of time than that indicated on the sign. 22. Where an area is designated by a sign as an area in which parking is prohibited during certain hours, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area during the hours when parking is prohibited. 23. Where a parking area is designated by a sign or surface markings as an area in which parking is permitted only in parking spaces, no person shall park a motor vehicle in a parking space in the parking area unless the person pays for the use of the parking space in accordance with the system of parking control in effect in that part of the parking area in which the motor vehicle is to be parked. SOR/92-120, s No person who has parked a motor vehicle in a parking space that is governed by a pay-in-advance parking control system shall allow the motor vehicle to remain parked in that parking space for a period of time greater than the period of time for which a fee has been paid in respect of that parking space. SOR/92-120, s (1) Where an area is designated by a sign as an area in which parking is reserved for handicapped persons, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area unless the motor vehicle is identified by a sign as a motor vehicle used for the transport of a handicapped person. (2) Where an area is designated by a sign as an area in which parking is reserved for certain persons or a par- bien en évidence le billet sur le tableau de bord du même côté; c) s il laisse le véhicule à moteur en stationnement conformément aux conditions de son permis de stationnement ou de son permis spécial de stationnement. DORS/92-120, art Lorsqu une zone est désignée par un écriteau comme zone où le stationnement est autorisé pour une période de temps déterminé, il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans cette zone audelà de la période indiquée sur l écriteau. 22. Lorsqu une zone est désignée par un écriteau comme zone où le stationnement est interdit pendant certaines heures, il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans cette zone aux heures où le stationnement y est interdit. 23. Lorsqu un parc de stationnement est désigné par un écriteau ou par des marques à la surface du sol comme zone où le stationnement n est autorisé que dans une place de stationnement, il est interdit d y laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement à moins de payer pour l occupation de cette place conformément au système de contrôle des places de stationnement en usage dans cette partie du parc de stationnement. DORS/92-120, art Il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement dans une place de stationnement à péage anticipé au-delà de la période payée par péage anticipé. DORS/92-120, art (1) Lorsqu une zone est désignée par un écriteau comme zone où le stationnement est réservé aux handicapés, il est interdit d y laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement, à moins qu il ne soit identifié par une vignette comme un véhicule utilisé par un handicapé. (2) Lorsqu une zone est désignée par un écriteau comme zone où le stationnement est réservé à une caté- 9

46 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 ticular class of persons, other than handicapped persons, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area unless the person is one of those persons. SOR/92-120, s No person shall park a motor vehicle at an airport in such a manner as to obstruct traffic. SOR/92-120, s Subject to section 28, where a parking area is designated by a sign or surface markings as an area in which parking is permitted only in delineated parking spaces, no person shall park a motor vehicle in that area unless the motor vehicle is parked wholly within a delineated parking space. SOR/92-120, s Where a person parks a motor vehicle that is longer or wider than one delineated parking space so that it wholly or partially occupies more than one delineated parking space, the person shall pay the fee that is required in respect of each parking space wholly or partially occupied by the motor vehicle. SOR/92-120, s (1) Where a parking area contains delineated parking spaces for normal sized vehicles and an area designated by a sign for the parking of oversized vehicles, any person who parks a motor vehicle that is longer or wider than a delineated parking space shall park it in the designated area. (2) Any person who contravenes subsection (1) shall be considered to have parked a motor vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct traffic. SOR/92-120, s. 5; SOR/95-536, s. 6(F); SOR/ , s. 1. gorie de personnes ou à certaines personnes, autres que des handicapés, seules ces personnes peuvent y laisser un véhicule en stationnement. DORS/92-120, art Il est interdit de laisser un véhicule à moteur en stationnement de manière à nuire à la circulation dans un aéroport. DORS/92-120, art Sous réserve de l article 28, lorsqu un parc de stationnement est désigné par un écriteau ou par des marques à la surface du sol comme zone où le stationnement n est autorisé que dans des places de stationnement délimitées, il est interdit d y laisser en stationnement un véhicule à moteur s il n est pas placé entièrement dans les limites de la place de stationnement. DORS/92-120, art Lorsqu une personne laisse en stationnement un véhicule à moteur qui dépasse en longueur ou en largeur une place de stationnement délimitée et qui occupe du fait même, en tout ou en partie, plus d une place de stationnement délimitée, elle doit payer le droit exigible pour chacune des places de stationnement que le véhicule occupe en tout ou en partie. DORS/92-120, art (1) Lorsqu un parc de stationnement offre à la fois des places de stationnement délimitées pour les véhicules de taille normale et une zone désignée par un écriteau pour ceux de plus grandes dimensions, quiconque stationne un véhicule plus long ou plus large qu une place de stationnement délimitée doit le faire dans la zone désignée. (2) Quiconque contrevient aux dispositions du paragraphe (1) est coupable d avoir laissé en stationnement un véhicule à moteur de manière à nuire à la circulation. DORS/92-120, art. 5; DORS/95-536, art. 6(F); DORS/ , art [Repealed, SOR/95-536, s. 6] 30. [Abrogé, DORS/95-536, art. 6] 31. (1) The Minister may issue or authorize the issue of permits and labels for the purposes of this Part. 31. (1) Le ministre peut délivrer des permis et des vignettes aux fins de la présente partie, ou en autoriser la délivrance. 10

47 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 (2) The Minister or a person authorized by him may at any time revoke a permit issued under this Part. (3) Unless sooner revoked, a permit issued under this Part is valid only for the period stated thereon and a label furnished with the permit is valid only during the period that the permit is valid. 32. A constable who finds a motor vehicle parked in contravention of this Part may, at the expense of the owner, remove the vehicle and, if he deems it necessary to protect the vehicle or the interests of the owner, store it in a suitable place. SPEED 33. No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a road at a rate of speed in excess of the speed limit indicated for that road by a sign. 34. Unless otherwise authorized by the airport manager, no person shall drive a motor vehicle on an apron at a rate of speed in excess of 15 mph (25 km/h). 35. No person shall drive a motor vehicle on an apron or manoeuvring area in a manner that is dangerous to persons, aircraft, vehicles or equipment, having regard to all the circumstances including the amount of traffic thereon or reasonably expected to be thereon. 36. The provisions of this Part relating to motor vehicles apply with such modifications as the circumstances require to a bicycle or any cycle regardless of the number of wheels it may have. ANIMALS 37. No person shall allow an animal owned by him or under his control to be at large on an airport. 38. A constable or person in charge of an airport may, at the expense of the owner of the animal, cause any ani- (2) Le ministre ou une personne autorisée par lui peut, à tout moment, retirer une autorisation délivrée en vertu de la présente partie. (3) À moins d avoir été retiré, un permis délivré en vertu de la présente partie n est valable que pour la période de temps qui y est mentionnée et une vignette donnée avec le permis n est valable que durant la période de validité du permis. 32. Un agent qui trouve un véhicule à moteur stationné par infraction aux dispositions de la présente partie peut, aux frais du propriétaire, enlever le véhicule et, s il le juge nécessaire pour protéger le véhicule ou les intérêts du propriétaire, garer le véhicule dans un lieu approprié. VITESSE 33. Il est interdit de conduire un véhicule à moteur sur une route à une vitesse qui dépasse la vitesse maximale indiquée par un écriteau pour cette route. 34. Sauf autorisation spéciale du directeur d aéroport, nul ne doit conduire un véhicule à moteur sur une aire de trafic à une vitesse dépassant 15 milles à l heure (25 km/ h). 35. Il est interdit de conduire un véhicule à moteur sur une aire de trafic ou une aire de manœuvre d une façon qui puisse mettre en danger des personnes, des aéronefs, des véhicules ou du matériel, compte tenu de toutes les circonstances, notamment du trafic qui se trouve sur ces aires ou qu on peut s attendre à y trouver. 36. Les dispositions de la présente partie relatives aux véhicules à moteur s appliquent, avec les modifications requises par les circonstances, à une bicyclette ou à tout cycle, quel que soit le nombre de ses roues. ANIMAUX 37. Il est interdit à quiconque de laisser en liberté sur un aéroport un animal qui lui appartient ou est sous sa surveillance. 38. Un agent ou la personne qui dirige un aéroport peut, aux frais du propriétaire de l animal, faire enfer- 11

48 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 mal found at large on the airport to be confined or driven off the airport or impounded in accordance with the laws of the province and municipality in which the airport is situated. PENALTIES 39. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3) and subsection 40(4), every person who contravenes a provision of this Part is liable on summary conviction to (a) a fine not exceeding an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the maximum fine, if any, prescribed under the highway traffic laws of the province in which the offence was committed, as amended from time to time, and (ii) in any other case, $500; (b) a term of imprisonment not exceeding six months; or (c) both. (2) Every person who contravenes any provision of these Regulations governing the parking of motor vehicles shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $50. (3) Where a person is convicted of driving a motor vehicle in contravention of this Part, the convicting court or judge may, in addition to any other penalty imposed, make an order prohibiting that person from driving any motor vehicle on any lands belonging to or occupied by Her Majesty in right of Canada for any period not exceeding one year from the date of the conviction. (4) Every person who drives a motor vehicle contrary to an order made pursuant to subsection (3) is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $500 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both. SOR/96-476, s. 1; SOR/ , s. 2; SOR/ , s. 28. mer, faire chasser de l aéroport ou faire mettre en fourrière tout animal trouvé en liberté sur un aéroport, conformément aux lois de la province et aux règlements de la municipalité où est situé l aéroport. SANCTIONS 39. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) et (3) et du paragraphe 40(4), quiconque enfreint une disposition de la présente partie est passible, sur déclaration de culpabilité par procédure sommaire : a) soit d une amende maximale égale au moins élevé des montants suivants : (i) le cas échéant, l amende maximale prévue par les lois sur la circulation routière de la province où l infraction a été commise, avec ses modifications successives, (ii) dans tout autre cas, 500 $; b) soit d un emprisonnement d au plus six mois; c) soit de l amende et de l emprisonnement. (2) Quiconque enfreint une disposition du présent règlement relative au stationnement des véhicules à moteur, est passible, sur déclaration sommaire de culpabilité, d une amende d au plus 50 $. (3) Lorsqu une personne est déclarée coupable de conduite d un véhicule à moteur en infraction à la présente partie, le tribunal ou le juge qui rend le jugement peut, sans préjudice de toute sanction infligée d autre part, rendre une ordonnance interdisant à ladite personne de conduire un véhicule à moteur sur les terrains appartenant à Sa Majesté du chef du Canada ou occupés par elle, pour une durée d au plus un an à compter de la date de la déclaration de culpabilité. (4) Quiconque conduit un véhicule à moteur en infraction à une ordonnance rendue en vertu du paragraphe (3), est passible, sur déclaration sommaire de culpabilité, d une amende d au plus 500 $ ou d un emprisonnement d au plus six mois, ou des deux peines à la fois. DORS/96-476, art. 1; DORS/ , art. 2; DORS/ , art

49 C.R.C., ch septembre (1) Any person who is alleged to have contravened any provision of this Part governing the parking of a motor vehicle may, at any time within 72 hours after the expiration of the day on which the contravention is alleged to have occurred, excluding holidays, register a plea of guilty to the alleged offence and pay into court, either personally or by mail, (a) where the alleged offence relates to parking in an area in which parking is prohibited, in contravention of section 16, (i) $25, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and (iii) $10, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk; (b) where the alleged offence relates to parking in a loading area, in contravention of section 18, (i) $30, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $20, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and (iii) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk; (c) where the alleged offence relates to parking in an area that is reserved for persons who hold a parking permit or special parking permit, in contravention of section 20, (i) $25, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and 40. (1) Toute personne accusée d avoir enfreint une disposition de la présente partie régissant le stationnement de véhicules à moteur peut, dans les 72 heures suivant la fin du jour où l infraction est censée s être produite, jours fériés exclus, déposer un aveu de culpabilité relatif à la présumée infraction et payer au tribunal, soit en personne, soit par la poste : a) si, en application de l article 16, la présumée infraction vise le stationnement dans une zone où celuici est interdit : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 25 $, (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 15 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 10 $; b) si, en application de l article 18, la présumée infraction vise le stationnement dans une aire d embarquement : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 30 $, (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 20 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 15 $; c) si, en application de l article 20, la présumée infraction vise le stationnement dans une zone réservée aux détenteurs d un permis de stationnement ou d un permis spécial de stationnement : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 25 $, (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 15 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 10 $; d) si, en application des articles 21 ou 24, la présumée infraction vise le dépassement de la limite du temps de stationnement : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 15 $, 13

50 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 (iii) $10, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk; (d) where the alleged offence relates to overtime parking, in contravention of section 21 or 24, (i) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $10, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and (iii) $5, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk; (e) where the alleged offence relates to parking a motor vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct traffic, in contravention of section 26 or subsection 29(2), (i) $30, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $20, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and (iii) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk; (f) where the alleged offence relates to parking in an area (i) that is reserved for handicapped persons, in contravention of subsection 25(1), $50, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I or II, (ii) that is reserved for certain persons or a particular class of persons, other than handicapped persons, in contravention of subsection 25(2), $25, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I or II; (g) where the alleged offence relates to a contravention of section 17, 19, 22, 23, 27 or 28 or subsection 29(1), (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 10 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 5 $; e) si, en application de l article 26 ou du paragraphe 29(2), la présumée infraction vise le stationnement d un véhicule à moteur de manière à nuire à la circulation : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 30 $, (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 20 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 15 $; f) si la présumée infraction : (i) en application du paragraphe 25(1), vise le stationnement dans une zone réservée aux handicapés, dans les aéroports énumérés aux annexes I et II, 50 $; (ii) en application du paragraphe 25(2), vise le stationnement dans une zone réservée à une catégorie de personnes ou à certaines personnes, autres que des handicapés, dans les aéroports énumérés aux annexes I et II, 25 $; g) si, en application des articles 17, 19, 22, 23, 27 ou 28, ou du paragraphe 29(1), la présumée infraction a lieu : (i) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe I, 25 $, (ii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui sont marqués d un astérisque, 15 $, (iii) dans les aéroports énumérés à l annexe II qui ne sont pas marqués d un astérisque, 10 $. 14

51 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 (i) $25, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule I, (ii) $15, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is denoted by an asterisk, and (iii) $10, where the alleged offence occurred at an airport set out in Schedule II that is not denoted by an asterisk. (2) Any amount paid pursuant to subsection (1) shall be paid into the court designated by the Minister for such payment. (3) Where a payment referred to in subsection (1) is sent to the court by mail, the payment into court shall be deemed to have been made on the day on which the payment was mailed. (4) Where a person who is alleged to have contravened a provision of this Part governing the parking of a motor vehicle has, in accordance with subsection (1), paid money into court with respect to that contravention, no further penalty shall be imposed on him for that contravention. SOR/81-663, s. 1; SOR/92-120, s. 6; SOR/93-27, s. 1; SOR/95-536, s. 6; SOR/ , s. 29(F). PART II PEDESTRIANS PROHIBITION 41. No person who is not in possession of valid identification shall enter upon or remain in any area that is designated by a sign or device as a restricted area unless authorized to do so by the airport manager (1) No person, being the holder of valid identification designed to be worn on outer clothing, shall enter on or remain in a restricted area unless that identification is at all times visibly displayed on his person. (2) Tout montant payé en vertu du paragraphe (1) devra être payé au tribunal que le ministre aura désigné pour recevoir ce paiement. (3) Lorsqu un paiement mentionné au paragraphe (1) est envoyé au tribunal par la poste, ce paiement est censé avoir été effectué le jour où il a été mis à la poste. (4) Lorsqu une personne accusée d avoir enfreint une disposition de la présente partie régissant le stationnement de véhicules à moteur a, conformément au paragraphe (1), payé au tribunal l amende imposée pour cette infraction, aucune autre sanction ne lui sera imposée pour cette infraction. DORS/81-663, art. 1; DORS/92-120, art. 6; DORS/93-27, art. 1; DORS/ , art. 6; DORS/ , art. 29(F). PARTIE II PIÉTONS INTERDICTIONS 41. Il est interdit à quiconque n est pas en possession de pièces d identité valables de pénétrer dans une zone désignée par un écriteau ou un dispositif de signalisation comme zone réglementée, ou d y demeurer, sans l autorisation du directeur de l aéroport (1) Quiconque est en possession de pièces d identité valables destinées à être portées, doit porter lesdites pièces d identité de manière à ce qu elles soient constamment visibles aussi longtemps qu il se trouve dans la zone réglementée. 15

52 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 (2) Every holder of valid identification who fails to comply with the terms of issue of that identification shall surrender the identification to the airport manager. SOR/81-663, s Every person found on or in a restricted area in contravention of section 41 or subsection 41.1(1) may be removed therefrom by a constable but such removal shall be without prejudice toward any other proceeding that may be taken. SOR/81-663, s Where a portion of a road or apron has been designated as a cross-walk, no pedestrian shall proceed to cross the road or apron except within the designated cross-walk. 44. Where a sidewalk or path is located beside a road or apron, a pedestrian shall, at all times when reasonable and practicable to do so, use the sidewalk or path and shall not walk or remain on the road or apron. 45. Where there is no sidewalk or path located beside a road, a pedestrian walking along or upon the road shall, at all times when practicable to do so, walk on the left side or shoulder of the road facing on-coming traffic. 46. No pedestrian on an apron shall impede, interfere with or obstruct in any way the free movement of other apron traffic except in the course of his or her employment relating to the control of such traffic. 47. Where no cross-walk has been designated, every pedestrian crossing a road shall yield the right-of-way to motor vehicles using the road. 48. A pedestrian shall obey the instruction of any traffic sign or device and comply with any traffic directions given by a constable to him. (2) Quiconque est détenteur de pièces d identité valables d un aéroport doit rendre les pièces d identité valables à la demande d un agent ou du directeur de l aéroport. DORS/81-663, art Toute personne qui se trouve dans une zone interdite par les dispositions de l article 41 ou du paragraphe 41.1(1) peut en être expulsée par un agent, mais cette expulsion sera faite sans préjudice à toute autre poursuite qui peut être engagée. DORS/81-663, art Lorsqu une partie de route ou d aire de trafic a été désignée comme passage pour piétons, il est interdit à un piéton de traverser la route ou l aire de trafic ailleurs qu en ce passage. 44. Lorsqu un trottoir ou un chemin longe une route ou une aire de trafic, un piéton doit à n importe quel moment, lorsqu il est judicieux et possible de le faire, emprunter le trottoir ou le chemin et ne pas marcher ou demeurer sur la route ou l aire de trafic. 45. Lorsqu il n y a pas de trottoir ou de chemin le long d une route, un piéton circulant sur la route doit à n importe quel moment, quand cela est possible, marcher sur le côté gauche ou sur l accotement gauche de la route afin de faire face au trafic. 46. Il est interdit à tout piéton se trouvant sur l aire de trafic d entraver, de gêner ou d embarrasser de quelque façon que ce soit le libre mouvement de tout autre trafic sur l aire de trafic, sauf dans l exercice de ses fonctions relatives au contrôle de ce trafic. 47. Lorsqu aucun passage pour piétons n a été désigné, tout piéton traversant une route devra céder le droit de passage aux véhicules à moteur utilisant la route. 48. Un piéton doit obéir aux instructions de tout panneau ou dispositif de signalisation et se conformer aux directives que lui donne un agent. SMOKING AND LITTERING 49. No person shall 49. Il est interdit INTERDICTION DE FUMER ET DE JETER DES ORDURES 16

53 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 (a) smoke, carry or deposit lighted cigars, cigarettes, pipes or matches or carry a naked flame (i) on an apron or any open deck gallery or balcony contiguous to and overlooking an apron, (ii) in any area where smoking is specifically prohibited by a sign, or (iii) in any other place at an airport under such circumstances as may or might be likely to endanger persons or property; (b) throw, deposit or knowingly leave on a road, apron or manoeuvring area any glass, nails, tacks, scraps of metal, chemical substance or other material that may damage an aircraft or motor vehicle; or (c) throw, deposit or knowingly leave on any airport any form of trash or garbage except in containers provided for that purpose. PENALTIES 50. Every person who contravenes section 41, subsection 41.1(1) or (2) or section 49 is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $400. SOR/81-663, s. 4; SOR/ , s (1) Any person who is alleged to have contravened any provision of this Part other than section 41 may, at any time within 72 hours from the expiration of the day on which the contravention is alleged to have occurred, excluding holidays, register a plea of guilty to the alleged offence by paying into court, either personally or by mail, (a) $2, where the alleged offence relates to crossing a road or apron otherwise than at a designated crosswalk; (b) $2, where the alleged offence relates to walking on a road or apron in contravention of section 44; a) de fumer, porter ou déposer des cigares, cigarettes, pipes ou allumettes allumés ou de porter une flamme nue (i) sur une aire de trafic ou sur une terrasse, une galerie ou un balcon ouvert, contigu à l aire de trafic et surplombant cette aire, (ii) dans toute zone où des écriteaux interdisent expressément de fumer, ou (iii) dans tout autre endroit de l aéroport dans des circonstances qui seraient ou sont susceptibles de mettre en danger des personnes ou des biens; b) de jeter, déposer ou consciemment laisser sur une route, une aire de trafic ou une aire de manœuvre du verre, des clous, des pointes, des morceaux de métal, une substance chimique ou toute autre matière qui puissent endommager un aéronef ou un véhicule à moteur; ou c) de jeter, déposer ou sciemment laisser sur un aéroport des rebuts ou déchets sous quelque forme que ce soit, sauf dans les poubelles prévues à cet usage. SANCTIONS 50. Quiconque enfreint l article 41 ou les paragraphes 41.1(1) ou (2) ou l article 49 est passible, sur déclaration de culpabilité par procédure sommaire, d une amende d au plus 400 $. DORS/81-663, art. 4; DORS/ , art (1) Toute personne accusée d avoir enfreint l une des dispositions de cette partie, autre que l article 41, dispose, à compter de la commission de l infraction, d un délai de 72 heures, jours fériés non compris, pour déposer un plaidoyer de culpabilité en payant au tribunal, soit personnellement, soit par la poste, a) 2,00 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à traverser une route ou une aire de trafic ailleurs que sur un passage pour piétons désigné; b) 2,00 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à marcher sur une route ou une aire de trafic en infraction aux dispositions de l article 44; 17

54 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 (c) $2, where the alleged offence relates to walking on a road in contravention of section 45; (d) $5, where the alleged offence relates to impeding, interfering or obstructing the free movement of an aircraft on the apron or manoeuvring area in contravention of section 46; (e) $5, where the alleged offence relates to failing to yield the right-of-way to motor vehicles in contravention of section 47; (f) $5, where the alleged offence relates to disobeying instructions of any traffic sign or device or instruction given by a constable; (g) $75, where the alleged offence relates to smoking or littering in contravention of section 49; (h) $20, where the alleged offence relates to entering or remaining in a restricted area without visible identification in contravention of subsection 41.1(1); and (i) $20, where the alleged offence relates to failure to comply with subsection 41.1(2). (2) Any amount paid pursuant to subsection (1) shall be paid into the court designated by the Minister for such payment. (3) Where a payment referred to in subsection (1) is sent to the court by mail, the payment into court shall be deemed to have been made on the day on which the payment was mailed. (4) Where a person who is alleged to have contravened any provision of this Part other than section 41 has, in accordance with subsection (1), paid money into court with respect to that contravention, no further punishment shall be imposed on him for that contravention. SOR/81-663, s. 5; SOR/ , s. 31. c) 2,00 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à marcher sur une route en infraction aux dispositions de l article 45; d) 5,00 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à entraver, gêner ou embarrasser le libre mouvement d un aéronef sur l aire de trafic ou l aire de manœuvre en infraction aux dispositions de l article 46; e) 5,00 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à refuser de céder le droit de passage aux véhicules à moteur en infraction aux dispositions de l article 47; f) 5,00 $ si la présumée infraction consiste à ne pas se conformer aux indications d un panneau ou d un dispositif de signalisation ou aux directives données par un agent; g) 75 $, si l infraction reprochée consiste à fumer ou à jeter des ordures en infraction à l article 49; h) 20 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à entrer ou demeurer dans une zone réglementée sans pièces d identité visibles en infraction aux dispositions du paragraphe 41.1(1); et i) 20 $, si la présumée infraction consiste à ne pas se conformer aux dispositions du paragraphe 41.1(2). (2) Tout montant payé en vertu des dispositions du paragraphe (1) devra être payé au tribunal que le ministre aura désigné pour recevoir ce paiement. (3) Lorsqu un paiement mentionné au paragraphe (1) est envoyé au tribunal par la poste, ce paiement est censé avoir été effectué le jour où il a été mis à la poste. (4) Lorsqu une personne accusée d avoir enfreint l une des dispositions de cette partie, autre que l article 41, a, selon le paragraphe (1), payé au tribunal l amende imposée pour cette infraction, aucune autre sanction ne peut lui être imposée pour cette infraction. DORS/81-663, art. 5; DORS/ , art

55 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 PART III REGISTRATION OF MOBILE EQUIPMENT 52. In this Part, equipment means INTERPRETATION (a) any motor vehicle or mobile device used in the direct fuelling or defuelling of aircraft, or (b) any other motor vehicle or mobile device of a specialized nature for use in the maintenance, repair and servicing of an aircraft on the ground, including testing equipment and cargo and passenger handling equipment; (matérial) gross weight, with respect to any equipment, means the total weight of the equipment as specified by its manufacturer; (poids brut) registration year means the period commencing on January 1st in any year and ending on December 31st in that year. (année d immatriculation) REGISTRATION 53. Subject to this Part, the owner of equipment used at airports shall register that equipment each year in accordance with this Part. 54. No person shall operate any equipment at an airport unless that equipment has been registered in accordance with this Part. 55. Sections 53 and 54 do not apply to equipment operated exclusively on airport areas leased from the Department by the owner of the equipment. 56. (1) Applications for the registration of equipment shall be made in the form prescribed by the Minister and delivered together with the fees prescribed by this Part to the airport manager at the airport at which the equipment is to be used. PARTIE III IMMATRICULATION DU MATÉRIEL MOBILE INTERPRÉTATION 52. Dans la présente partie, «année d immatriculation» désigne la période commençant le 1 er janvier d une année et se terminant le 31 décembre de la même année; (registration year) «matériel» désigne a) tout véhicule à moteur ou appareil mobile utilisé pour faire ravitailler directement des aéronefs ou les vidanger, ou b) tout autre véhicule à moteur ou appareil mobile de nature spécialisée devant servir à l entretien technique et courant et à la réparation d un aéronef au sol, y compris le matériel d essai et le matériel utilisé pour la manutention des marchandises et le déplacement des passagers; (equipment) «poids brut», appliqué à du matériel, désigne le poids total du matériel mentionné par le fabricant. (gross weight) IMMATRICULATION 53. Sous réserve de la présente partie, le propriétaire de matériel utilisé à un aéroport doit immatriculer ce matériel chaque année conformément à la présente partie. 54. Il est interdit d utiliser à un aéroport du matériel qui n a pas été immatriculé conformément à la présente partie. 55. Les articles 53 et 54 ne s appliquent pas au matériel utilisé exclusivement sur les aéroports et qui est loué au ministère par le propriétaire du matériel. 56. (1) Les demandes d immatriculation de matériel doivent être présentées en la forme prescrite par le ministre et elles doivent être remises, accompagnées du droit prescrit dans la présente partie, au directeur de l aéroport où le matériel sera utilisé. 19

56 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 (2) On receipt of the application and fees described in subsection (1), the airport manager may, if he is of the opinion that the equipment for which registration is applied for can be safely operated at the airport, issue a registration certificate for that equipment. FEES 57. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the annual registration fee payable in respect of any motor vehicle or mobile device used in the direct fuelling or defuelling of aircraft shall be $15 or the amount obtained by multiplying the gross weight of the equipment, calculated in kilograms, by $0.033, whichever is the greater amount. (2) Where any equipment is registered after June 30th in any registration year, the fee shall be one-half of the fee prescribed by subsection (1). 58. (1) Where equipment registered at any airport is replaced by other equipment of a similar kind, there shall be paid to the airport manager of that airport (a) if the other equipment is of an equivalent or lower gross weight than the equipment replaced, a registration fee of $5; or (b) if the other equipment is of a greater gross weight than the equipment being replaced, a registration fee equal to the amount obtained by multiplying the difference between the gross weight of the equipment being replaced and the other equipment, calculated in kilograms, by $ (2) The registration certificate for any equipment that is being replaced at an airport shall be surrendered to the airport manager of that airport. 59. Where equipment registered under this Part is sold or transferred, the new owner of the equipment shall, before operating the equipment at an airport, notify the airport manager of that airport, and the airport manager may, (a) on payment of a fee of $5 by the new owner, (2) Dès la réception de la demande et du droit mentionnés au paragraphe (1), le directeur de l aéroport peut, s il est d avis que le matériel visé par la demande d immatriculation peut être utilisé en toute sécurité à l aéroport, délivrer un certificat d immatriculation à l égard de ce matériel. DROIT 57. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le droit annuel d immatriculation payable pour un véhicule ou appareil mobile utilisé directement pour le plein ou la vidange d essence d un aéronef est de 15 $, ou le produit obtenu en multipliant le poids brut du matériel, exprimé en kilogrammes, par 0,033 $, en prenant le plus élevé de ces montants. (2) Lorsque le matériel est immatriculé après le 30 juin d une année d immatriculation, le droit d immatriculation exigible sera la moitié du droit annuel prescrit au paragraphe (1). 58. (1) Si du matériel immatriculé à un aéroport est remplacé par du matériel du même genre, il doit être payé au directeur dudit aéroport a) un droit d immatriculation de 5,00 $, s il s agit de matériel d un poids brut équivalent ou inférieur à celui du matériel remplacé; ou b) un droit d immatriculation égal au produit obtenu en multipliant la différence entre le poids brut du matériel remplacé et celui de l autre matériel, exprimée en kilogrammes, par 0,033 $, si l autre matériel est d un poids brut supérieur à celui du matériel remplacé. (2) Le certificat d immatriculation de tout matériel qui est remplacé à un aéroport doit être remis au directeur dudit aéroport. 59. En cas de vente ou de cession de matériel immatriculé en vertu de la présente partie, le nouveau propriétaire du matériel doit, avant de l utiliser sur un aéroport, en aviser le directeur dudit aéroport et ce dernier peut, a) contre paiement d un droit de 5,00 $ par le nouveau propriétaire, 20

57 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 (b) on surrender of the registration certificate previously issued for that equipment to the previous owner, and (c) upon being satisfied that the equipment may be safely operated at the airport, issue a new registration certificate for the equipment. 60. Where a certificate of registration for any equipment is lost, a duplicate certificate may be issued by the airport manager on payment of a fee of $ The Minister or airport manager may exempt any equipment or class of equipment from the provisions of this Part. 62. Certificates of registration for any equipment shall be carried on the equipment at all times and shall be produced for examination on request by a constable or by an authorized representative of the airport manager. SOR/92-120, s Any person who contravenes any provision of this Part is guilty of an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $100. PART IV CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT ON APRONS 64. In this Part, INTERPRETATION apron traffic control clearance means authorization by an apron traffic control unit for an aircraft to proceed on a controlled apron; (autorisation du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic) apron traffic control instruction means a directive issued by an apron traffic control unit for airport apron traffic and gate control purposes; (instruction du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic) apron traffic control unit means staff at an airport that provides apron traffic control service at the airport and b) sur remise du certificat d immatriculation délivré au propriétaire précédent à l égard de ce matériel, et c) s il estime que ce matériel peut être utilisé en toute sécurité sur ledit aéroport, délivrer un nouveau certificat d immatriculation à l égard de ce matériel. 60. En cas de perte d un certificat d immatriculation, le directeur de l aéroport peut délivrer un duplicata de ce certificat contre paiement d un droit de 5 $. 61. Le ministre ou le directeur de l aéroport peut exempter tout matériel ou toute catégorie de matériel des dispositions de la présente partie. 62. Les certificats d immatriculation de tout matériel doivent toujours accompagner celui-ci et ils doivent être présentés pour vérification à la demande d un agent ou d un représentant autorisé du directeur de l aéroport. DORS/92-120, art Quiconque contrevient à la présente partie est coupable d une infraction et est passible, sur déclaration sommaire de culpabilité, d une amende d au plus 100 $. PARTIE IV CONTRÔLE DE LA CIRCULATION DES AÉRONEFS SUR LES AIRES DE TRAFIC INTERPRÉTATION 64. Dans la présente partie, «aire de trafic contrôlée» désigne une aire de trafic à un aéroport où le service de contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic est assuré; (controlled apron) «autorisation du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic» s entend d une autorisation qu un organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic donne à un aéronef pour lui permettre d évoluer sur une aire de trafic contrôlée; (apron traffic control clearance) «exploitant», en ce qui concerne les aéronefs, désigne la personne en possession de l aéronef, que cette personne en soit propriétaire, preneur à bail, locataire ou autre, et, 21

58 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 includes the staff of a mobile control vehicle; (organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic) controlled apron means an apron at an airport where apron traffic control service is provided; (aire de trafic contrôlée) operator, in respect of an aircraft, means the person in possession of the aircraft, whether as owner, lessee, hirer or otherwise, and in section 68 includes the person in whose name the aircraft is registered; (exploitant) owner has the same meaning as in the Air Regulations; (propriétaire) park means the standing of an aircraft, whether occupied or not; (laisser en stationnement) pilot-in-command means the pilot responsible for the operation and safety of an aircraft. (pilote commandant de bord) GENERAL 65. The operator or pilot-in-command of an aircraft shall (a) maintain (i) a continuous watch on the radio frequencies designated for apron communications, or (ii) where a continuous radio watch is not possible, a watch for such instructions as may be issued by visual means from an apron traffic control unit; (b) observe other apron traffic for the purpose of avoiding collision; and (c) where an apron traffic control unit is in operation, obtain, either by radio or by visual signal, authorization for his movements from that unit. dans l article 68, comprend la personne au nom de laquelle l aéronef est immatriculé; (operator) «instruction du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic» désigne une consigne émanant d un organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic et ayant pour objet le contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic et jusqu aux postes d embarquement; (apron traffic control instruction) «laisser en stationnement» signifie l immobilisation d un aéronef, qu il soit occupé ou non; (park) «organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de traffic» désigne le personnel d un aéroport qui assure le service de contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic de l aéroport et comprend le personnel d un véhicule de contrôle mobile; (apron traffic control unit) «pilote commandant de bord», désigne le pilote responsable de la conduite et de la sécurité d un aéronef; (pilotin-command) «propriétaire», a la même signification que dans le Règlement de l Air. (owner) DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 65. L exploitant ou le pilote commandant de bord d un aéronef doit a) assurer (i) une veille permanente à l écoute des fréquences radio assignée aux communications concernant l aire de trafic, ou, (ii) si une veille radio permanente n est pas possible, une veille qui permette de recevoir les instructions que peut communiquer par des moyens visuels un organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic; b) observer les autres mouvements qui ont lieu sur l aire de trafic afin d éviter les collisions; et c) obtenir de l organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic, s il s en trouve un en activité, soit par radio, soit par signaux optiques, l autorisation de manœuvrer. 22

59 C.R.C., ch septembre No person shall operate or park an aircraft on an apron negligently, recklessly or in any other manner that endangers or is likely to endanger life or property. 67. (1) No person shall move or park an aircraft on a controlled apron except in compliance with an apron traffic control clearance or an apron traffic control instruction. (2) The operator or pilot-in-command of an aircraft shall immediately, upon receipt of an apron traffic control clearance or an apron traffic control instruction, acknowledge that he has received that clearance or instruction. 68. No person shall park an aircraft on a controlled apron beyond the time limit set in the last apron traffic control instruction that was received by the operator or pilot-in-command before the aircraft was parked, or that is later issued by the apron traffic control unit and delivered to the owner or operator of the aircraft or the person in whose name the aircraft is registered. 69. (1) An airport manager may order that an aircraft parked at an airport be moved. (2) The operator or pilot-in-command of an aircraft shall comply with any instructions or orders given to him by the airport manager pursuant to subsection (1). (3) Where an aircraft is parked at an airport (a) beyond the time limit set by an apron traffic control unit, (b) in an unauthorized place, or (c) in a manner that obstructs traffic the airport manager may, at the expense of the operator of the aircraft, cause the aircraft to be moved and if he 66. Il est interdit de conduire un aéronef ou d en laisser un en stationnement sur une aire de trafic d une façon négligente ou imprudente ou qui expose ou soit susceptible d exposer la vie ou des biens à un danger. 67. (1) Il est interdit de déplacer un aéronef ou d en laisser un en stationnment sur une aire de trafic contrôlée si ce n est conformément à une autorisation du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic ou à une instruction du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic. (2) L exploitant ou le pilote commandant de bord d un aéronef doit immédiatement, dès réception d une autorisation du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic ou d une instruction du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic, accuser réception de cette autorisation ou de cette instruction. 68. Il est interdit de laisser un aéronef en stationnement sur une aire de trafic contrôlée au-delà de la durée maximale précisée dans la dernière instruction du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic que l exploitant ou le pilote commandant de bord a reçue avant de laisser l aéronef en stationnement, ou dans une instruction que l organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic a donnée ultérieurement et a fait remettre au propriétaire ou à l exploitant de l aéronef ou à la personne au nom de laquelle l aéronef est immatriculé. 69. (1) Le directeur d un aéroport peut ordonner le déplacement d un aéronef en stationnement sur l aéroport. (2) L exploitant ou le pilote commandant de bord d un aéronef doit se conformer aux instructions et aux directives qui lui sont données par le directeur d un aéroport en vertu des dispositions du paragraphe (1). (3) Lorsqu un aéronef est laissé en stationnement dans un aéroport a) au-delà de la durée maximale autorisée par un organe du contrôle de la circulation sur l aire de trafic, b) à un endroit où le stationnement n est pas autorisé, ou c) d une façon qui gêne la circulation 23

60 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, 2013 deems it necessary for the protection of the aircraft, store it in a suitable place. 70. (1) Subject to subsection (2), any person who contravenes any provision of this Part is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $400. (2) Where a contravention of this Part relates to the parking of an aircraft, the fine shall not exceed $50. le directeur d un aéroport peut, aux frais de l exploitant de l aéronef, faire déplacer l aéronef, et, s il le juge nécessaire pour la protection de l aéronef, le faire garer en un lieu convenable. 70. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), quiconque enfreint une disposition de cette partie est passible, sur déclaration sommaire de culpabilité, d une amende d au plus 400 $. (2) Lorsqu une infraction à cette partie concerne le stationnement d un aéronef, l amende est d au plus 50 $. 24

61 C.R.C., ch septembre 2013 SCHEDULE I (Sections 3 and 40) INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS 1. Calgary 2. Edmonton 3. Halifax (Robert L. Stanfield) 4. Montréal (Pierre Elliott Trudeau) 5. Montreal (Mirabel) 6. Ottawa 7. Toronto 8. Vancouver 9. Winnipeg (James Armstrong Richardson) SOR/92-120, s. 8; SOR/ , s. 11; SOR/ , s. 6. ANNEXE I (articles 3 et 40) AÉROPORTS INTERNATIONAUX 1. Calgary 2. Edmonton 3. Halifax (Robert L. Stanfield) 4. Montréal (Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau) 5. Montréal (Mirabel) 6. Ottawa 7. Toronto 8. Vancouver 9. Winnipeg (James Armstrong Richardson) DORS/92-120, art. 8; DORS/ , art. 11; DORS/ , art

62 C.R.C., c. 886 September 16, Charlottetown 2. Fredericton 3. Gander* 4. Moncton* 5. Saint John 6. St. Anthony 7. St. John s* 8. Wabush 1. Chevery 2. Îles-de-la-Madeleine 3. Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon 4. Natashquan 5. Québec* 6. Schefferville 7. Sept-Îles 8. Kuujjuaq SCHEDULE II (Sections 3 and 40) PART I ATLANTIC REGION AIRPORTS PART II QUEBEC REGION AIRPORTS PART III ANNEXE II (articles 3 et 40) PARTIE I AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DE L ATLANTIQUE 1. Charlottetown 2. Fredericton 3. Gander* 4. Moncton* 5. Saint John 6. St. Anthony 7. St. John s* 8. Wabush PARTIE II AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DU QUÉBEC 1. Chevery 2. Îles-de-la-Madeleine 3. Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon 4. Natashquan 5. Québec* 6. Schefferville 7. Sept-Îles 8. Kuujjuaq PARTIE III ONTARIO REGION AIRPORTS 1. London* 1. London* AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DE L ONTARIO 1. Churchill 2. Regina* 3. Saskatoon* 4. Thunder Bay PART IV CENTRAL REGION AIRPORTS PART V 1. Churchill 2. Regina* 3. Saskatoon* 4. Thunder Bay PARTIE IV AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DU CENTRE PARTIE V WESTERN REGION AIRPORTS 1. Springbank 1. Springbank AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DE L OUEST 1. Kelowna 2. Penticton 3. Port Hardy 4. Prince George 5. Sandspit 6. Victoria* PART VI PACIFIC REGION AIRPORTS SOR/92-120, s. 8; SOR/93-27, ss. 2 to 7; SOR/ , s Kelowna 2. Penticton 3. Port Hardy 4. Prince George 5. Sandspit 6. Victoria* PARTIE VI AÉROPORTS DE LA RÉGION DU PACIFIQUE DORS/92-120, art. 8; DORS/93-27, art. 2 à 7; DORS/ , art

63 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR APPENDIX B CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 33

64 C E R T I F I C A T E O F I N S U R A N C E Broker : Name and address of certificate holder : Named Insured : Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) 800, Leigh-Capreol Dorval, Québec H4Y 0A5 TYPES OF POLICIES 1. Third party liability automobile insurance (check) OR Aviation Liability (check) Name of Insurer : Insurer Limit of Cover per Accident Policy N o Expiry (D/M/Y) General public liability-third party bodily injury or property damages X Signature and Insurer Representative Stamp Date : $ 2. Excess (check) OR Umbrella (check) (This policy provides coverage in excess of the policy listed hereinabove.) Name of Insurer : Insurer Limit of Cover Policy N o Expiry (D/M/Y) X Signature and Insurer Representative Stamp $ Date : Remark: The limit of cover under insurance Policy N o 1 shall, either alone or in combination with Policy N o 2, be in an amount of no less than $ YOU MUST USE THIS FORM, NO OTHER DOCUMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED Conditions applying to all policies: It is hereby agreed and understood that each of the aforementioned policies is amended to include the following modifications and that this Certificate of Insurance is deemed an endorsement attaching to and forming a part of the aforementioned policies: All motor vehicles owned, leased or used by the named insured shall be insured hereunder; The Insurer hereby waives all rights of subrogation against Her Majesty, ADM and any persons with respect to whom they may be legally liable; In the event of the cancellation of or significant changes to the coverage appearing hereinabove, the insurer shall provide ADM with thirty-(30)-day advance notice to such effect by registered mail; The insurers acknowledge and understand that the named insured conducts activities at an airport or airports and hereby declare that their policies neither exclude nor limit any of the risks relating to operations at an airport. KINDLY RETURN THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE TO: Administration and Permits Office Airport Patrol Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 975, Roméo-Vachon Blvd North Suite 201 Dorval (Québec) H4Y 1H1 APPENDIX A PR REV :

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88 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR NUMBER PRONUNCIATION 0 ZE-RO 1 WUN 2 TOO 3 THREE 4 FOW-er 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEV-en 8 AIT 9 NIN-er NOTE: 1. For numbers as well, syllables written in capitals must be emphasized. For example, the two syllables which make up the digit 0 (ZE-RO) are both stressed whereas for the number 4 (FOW-er), only the first syllable is stressed. 2. Each digit of each number, with the exception of whole thousands, shall be pronounced separately. Multiples of a thousand shall be transmitted by pronouncing each digit followed by the word thousand. Examples: NUMBER PRONUNCIATION 10 ONE ZERO 75 SEVEN FIVE 100 ONE ZERO ZERO 583 FIVE EIGHT THREE ONE TWO THOUSAND THREE EIGHT ONE FOUR THREE 3. Numbers with decimals shall be pronounced as follows: NUMBER PRONUNCIATION ONE ONE EIGHT DECIMAL ONE FOUR SIX FIVE DECIMAL TWO ONE TWO FIVE AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 37

89 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR APPENDIX F PHONIC TECHNIQUES STANDARD WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS WORDS OR EXPRESSIONS Acknowledge Affirmative Confirm Correction How do you read? I say again Negative Read back Roger Say again Speak slower Stand by Verify What is your message request? Hold short Hold abeam MEANING Let me know that you have received and understood the message. Yes, or permission granted. Is my version correct? An error has been made in the transmission (or message indicated). The correct version is Can you hear and understand me? I shall now repeat my instructions for clarification. No, or permission not granted, or that is not correct or I do not agree. Repeat all of this message back to me exactly as received after I have given "OVER" (Do not use the word "REPEAT") I have received all of your last transmission. Repeat all or the following part of your transmission. (Do not use the word repeat.) Indicates that you are speaking too quickly and that your message is difficult to understand. Wait and listen. I shall call you again. Check text with originator and send correct version. Repeat or specify the nature of your message or request. Remain at a safe distance of approximately 200 feet from an intersection. Means vis-à-vis AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 38

90 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR STANDARD PHRASEOLOGY Standard phraseology has been developed to transmit authorizations, instructions and messages efficiently using as few words as possible; the aim being to minimize the risk of misunderstanding. Below are some examples involving Montréal Ground and/or Apron Control: a) Authorization request and response Vehicle operator: MONTRÉAL GROUND, (vehicle call sign) Ground control: (vehicle call sign), MONTRÉAL GROUND Vehicle operator: (vehicle call sign) FROM (starting point), TO (destination) Ground control: (vehicle call sign) PROCEED TO (location) If authorization to proceed is denied, response from ground control will begin with NEGATIVE. For example: Ground control: (vehicle call sign) NEGATIVE! HOLD YOUR POSITION b) Authorization request when accompanying a non radio-equipped vehicle Vehicle operator: MIRABEL-RADIO, (vehicle call sign) PLUS ONE, REQUEST PERMISSION TO PROCEED FROM (starting point) TO (destination) It is necessary to use the expression "plus one" or "plus two", etc., to indicate to Ground Control the number of vehicles in the convoy. c) Sample instructions from ground control Tower: Proceed to Runway for inspection. Advise when off runway. Tower: Hold short of Runway 06. Tower: d) Radio check communications Truck eight three. Ground control. Leave runway (runway number) at (location) and advise when off runway. Vehicle operator: Montréal apron: Montréal apron: Staff two seven: Montréal apron: Montréal Apron, staff two seven, radio check. Staff two seven, Montréal apron, radio checks, or Staff two even, Montréal apron. One, two, three, four, five; five, four, three, two, one. Read you five. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 39

91 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR PHRASEOLOGY LEARNER S GUIDE This section is intended to facilitate the learning of standard radio transmission phraseology used in airport manoeuvring areas and forms the basis of the practical test candidates must successfully pass to obtain a Type D or D/A Airside Vehicle Operator s Permit for towing. The following principles and statements are meant to be adapted to actual operator locations and situations. Prior to initiating transmission, the caller shall make certain that he/she is not interrupting a transmission already in progress. The caller shall, at all times, listen for radio transmissions in progress and be ready to respond to instructions, expected or unexpected, from the control unit. Each digit of each number shall be pronounced separately: Example: 500 = five zero zero, or = three eight one four three; HOWEVER, if the number consists of four or more digits, the last three of which are zeroes, pronunciation is as follows: 3000 = three thousand, not three zero zero zero, and = one two thousand INITIAL CALL The initial call always begins with station called identification followed by caller identification: Staff 656 seeks to communicate with the control tower at Montréal: example : "Montréal ground, staff 656" Staff 656 seeks to communicate with apron control: example: "Montréal apron, staff 656." After the initial call, Montréal Ground can be shortened to just Ground. SUBSEQUENT TRANSMISSIONS All subsequent transmissions shall begin with station called identification, followed by caller identification and purpose of the transmission. Example: "Montréal ground, staff 656, from Execaire to Air Canada base." "Staff 656, Montréal ground, proceed on Romeo, hold short of runway 24 left." "Montréal ground, staff 656, hold short of runway 24 left." "Staff 656, Montréal ground, cross runway 24 left, proceed on Alpha to base." "Montréal ground, staff 656, cross runway 24 left, proceed on Alpha to base." AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 40

92 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR In short, a request to proceed from Point A to Point B may include up to six call components: Initial call: 1. Station called ex.: Montréal ground 2. Calling station ex.: Staff 656 Subsequent contact: 3. Station called ex.: Montréal ground 4. Calling station ex.: Staff Exact identification of starting point: (where I am, using prepositions such as ex.: on Alpha-Charlie, or from, on or at, as the case may be): on main apron short of Echo 6. Exact identification of destination: ex.: to main apron (where I am going using the preposition to ): ex.: to Road 310 Other examples: Montréal ground, staff 656. Staff 656, Ground. Apron, staff 656, from North 1 to Foxtrot. Montréal ground, staff 656. Staff 656, Montréal ground. Ground, staff 656, on apron, short of Echo, to Road 310. IMPORTANT NOTE Controllers will always specify whether one may cross a runway or taxiway, or whether one must hold short of a runway or taxiway. Thus an instruction such as Proceed on Echo never implies an authorization to cross runway or runway 06L-24R. If specific mention cross runway XX is not included in an authorization, one must hold short of the runway. When in doubt, always request confirmation from the controller. READ-BACK Restrictions issued by the control unit shall be read back in full upon receipt. Examples: 1. "Montréal ground, ADM 23." "ADM 23, Montréal ground." "ADM 23, short of Romeo on Road 500, to Air Canada base." "ADM 23, proceed on Romeo, hold short of Runway 24 left." "Ground, ADM 23, cross runway 28 and contact apron on other side." 2. "Montréal ground, Staff 656, short of Romeo on Road 500, to Air Canada base." "Staff 656, ground. Negative, stand by." "Ground, Staff 656, standing by." CLEAR CALLS Whenever an operator clears a runway, taxiway or apron, he or she is required to advise the control unit. "Ground, Staff 656, clear of runway 24 left, on Alpha." AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 41

93 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR APPENDIX G SURFACE MARKINGS GENERAL G.01 Surface markings are used to guide aircraft and vehicle traffic within airport movement areas. The present appendix describes and illustrates the markings used, markings with which all vehicle operators shall be familiar. LINE COLOURS G.02 The following four (4) colours are used to indicate the type of surface marking: a) Yellow lines are used for aircraft movements; b) Red lines are used to define aircraft safety, and Red dashed lines delimit the no-parking areas; c) White lines are used to define vehicle corridors and ground service equipment standby areas («staging»), and for runway markings; d) Blue lines are used to define vehicle parking spaces; and e) Double white lines are used to distinguish aircraft traffic areas from vehicle parking areas and corridors. TAXIWAYS AND APRON G.03 a) Mandatory stops painted on the surface consist of a red rectangle with a white outline. b) Yellow lines are used to guide aircraft movement. By maintaining the nose wheel on the line, the pilot and/or tow crew ensures that the wings of the aircraft remain a safe distance from any known obstacles (buildings, light standards, etc.) and other aircraft at all times. These lines appear as follows: b.1. Aircraft movement guide lines are single solid yellow lines and are found on the apron as well as airport taxiways: movement guide lines AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 42

94 24 06 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR b.2. Hold lines comprise two solid plus two broken yellow lines across the width of a taxiway, at the edge of a runway. All aircraft and vehicles shall come to a complete stop behind the solid lines and shall obtain authorization from the ground control unit: hold lines c) Each end of the runway is marked by a number, in tens of degrees, corresponding to the runway heading in relation to a magnetic compass. For example, the magnetic compass of an aircraft will read 240 degrees when an aircraft lines up with the centre line of the runway bearing the number 24. The numbers are painted in white and are designed to be legible on approach. When there are two (2) parallel ruwnays, they are identified by the number corresponding to the compass direction and one or other of the letter R (Right) or L (Left) painted beneath the number. runway heading indications d) The centre line of the runway is marked by a broken white line comprising series of smaller lines 100 feet in length and spaced 100 feet apart. runway centre line AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 43

95 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR e) Threshold markings indicate the beginning of the usable portion of a runway for the landing of aircraft and comprise a series of white lines parallel to the edge of the runway. Their number and number of groups vary in accordance with the width of the runway. Threshold markings f) The runway threshold may, for whatever reason, be displaced from the end of the runway. In instances of the like, white lines are painted close together to form arrows pointing to a solid bar painted across the runway to indicate the beginning of the portion of the runway usable by aircraft. Displaced threshold g) Pushback and/or hold points on the Trudeau apron are identified by means of square yellow markings inside a black square with a yellow border, painted on the ground. These squares may bear a number from 1 to 11, a letter, or a combination of the two. 2 A 2A AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 44

96 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR GENERAL APPENDIX H EDGE LIGHTING H.01 Edge lighting is an important component of airside signage at an airport. All vehicle operators are required to know what the different lights mean to avoid proceeding into a restricted area, and to know how to use these lights to guide vehicle movement within the airport manoeuvring areas. TYPES OF LIGHTS H.02 Different coloured edge lights are used as follows: a) blue lights are used to mark the edges of aprons and taxiways; b) amber lights are used at the intersection of aprons and taxiways; c) red lights mean entry is forbidden without prior authorization; d) white lights are used to mark the edges of runways; e) double-sided lights, one red and the other green, are used to mark the ends of runways. The red side faces onto the runway while the green faces in the direction of the approach thereto; f) white lights and white-red lights set into the runway pavement along the guide line indicate the touchdown zone and runway centre line; g) runway guard lights : flashing amber lights used to protect access to all runways. h) see below: surface traffic guidance system SURFACE TRAFFIC GUIDANCE SYSTEM H.03 A surface traffic guidance system is used at Montréal Trudeau, mainly in low visibility conditions. The principal components of this system are as follows: a) Stop bars: red lights set into Runway 06L / 24R and protecting access to it. No person shall proceed beyond the stop bars without prior authorization from the control unit; b) Intersection lights: amber lights set into the taxiway indicate that one is approaching another taxiway and serve as a hold point; c) Centre line lights: green lights set into the runway and designed to guide aircraft. AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 45

97 06 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR Runway Apron Legend Blue lights White lights Amber lights Double-sided lights Taxiway guide lights Stop bar AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 46

98 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR GENERAL APPENDIX I AIRSIDE TRAFFIC SIGNS I.01 All vehicle operators seeking to obtain an airside vehicle operator s permit shall be familiar with the meaning of all airside traffic signs. VEHICLE CORRIDORS I.02 Traffic signs used airside and in vehicle corridors on the apron are generally the same as those used on provincial public roadways in Canada. MANOEUVRING AREAS I.03 The signs used in manoeuvring areas serve to convey information or instructions, depending on their location, shape, colour and position, as well as the used of symbols, letters and numbers There are two types of signs: 1) MANDATORY INSTRUCTION SIGNS feature white letters and/or numbers on a red background: a) Hold signs along Thimens Road: HOLD b) Runway designator signs indicate that one must hold short of the runway ahead, which is the one indicated on the sign: AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 47

99 R E S T R I C T E D A R E A T R A F F I C D I R E C T I V E DCZR 2) DESIGNATOR SIGNS indicate a position, direction, destination or runway exit. a) Yellow lettering on a black background indicates the taxiway on which the vehicle is proceeding or stopped: Q b) Black lettering on a yellow background indicates the direction of an upcoming taxiway or runway: 24R 32 P T AIRPORT PATROL Ad min istra tion and Permits Office LAST REVISION : PAGE 48

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