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CIE 591 Estimating Construction Materials, Time, and Costs (3) The capital-cost control cycle for construction planning and management is covered in this course. Theory and case studies of innovative industrial waste minimization and resource conservation through principles of pollution prevention. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) personnel conducted a series of inspections in March and May 2013 at the Double V Dairy, LLC, near Rock Valley, Iowa. Activities will focus on Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), civil site modeling, road infrastructure modeling, bridge modeling, watershed modeling/mapping and the use of surveying data in the layout of civil infrastructure.

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Publisher: Aa Balkema (July 1993)

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When parking permitted in intersection, crosswalk etc. 122(1.1) Notwithstanding clauses (1)(c), (e) and (f), a person may park a vehicle next to the edge or curb of a "T" intersection when a traffic authority permits and there is a traffic control device displayed that permits parking. 122(1.2) In subsection (1.1), "'T' intersection" means an intersection formed when two highways join one another at an angle but do not cross. 122(1.3) When the traffic authority that prescribes a greater or lesser stopping, standing or parking distance under clause (1)(h) is a municipal council, it must prescribe the distance by by-law. 122(1.4) When a by-law of a municipal council under subsection (1.3) affects a provincial highway, the by-law has no effect unless it is approved in writing by the minister or the minister's delegate, and the notice of approval is attached to and forms part of the by-law. 122(1.5) The minister or the minister's delegate may, by a notice in writing, withdraw an approval given under subsection (1.4), and the withdrawal is effective, and the by-law previously approved is void, on and from the date set out in the notice. 123(1) Except when a traffic authority otherwise permits, or on a one-way roadway when not forbidden by the traffic authority, a driver shall not stop, stand, or park a vehicle other than on the right side of a highway and with the right-hand wheels parallel to that side, and where there is a kerb, within 450 millimetres of the kerb. 123(2) Except when a traffic authority otherwise permits, a driver shall not stop, stand, or park a vehicle on a one-way roadway otherwise than on one side of the highway with the length of the vehicle parallel to that side, and where there is a kerb, with the right-hand wheels within 450 millimetres of the kerb on the right-hand side of the vehicle or with the left-hand wheels within 450 millimetres of the kerb on the left-hand side of the vehicle. 123(3) In the case of a divided highway, vehicles may be parked only on one side of each roadway thereof and, subject to that restriction, for the purposes of this section, each roadway thereof shall be deemed not to be a one-way roadway; and subsection (1) applies thereto. 124(1) No person shall cause a vehicle that is stopped, standing, or parked, to move unless the movement can be made with reasonable safety. 124(2) The driver of a vehicle upon a highway, before starting, stopping, or turning from a direct line, (a) shall use reasonable care to ascertain that the movement can be made in safety; and (b) shall reasonably indicate his intention by a visible signal. (b) in a public parking lot or facility, or (c) in a private parking lot or facility to which the public has access; (« aire de stationnement désignée ») "permit" means a physically disabled person's parking permit issued under section 124.3. (« permis ») 124.2(1) Subject to subsection (2), a driver who is the holder of a permit may, when it is necessary for the driver to enter or egress from a motor vehicle, (a) drive the motor vehicle on the left side of a highway the minimum distance required to stand, stop or park a vehicle on the left side of a highway; and (b) notwithstanding subsection 123(1), stand, stop or park the motor vehicle on the left side of a highway with the left-hand wheels thereof parallel to that side and, where there is a curb, within 450 millimetres of the curb. (a) in a city or town; (b) on a highway other than a divided highway; (c) where the motor vehicle displays a permit in accordance with this Act and the regulations; (d) where the motor vehicle's emergency lamps, as described in subsection 37(13), are lighted intermittently or put into a flashing operation; and (e) where the driver drives or stands, stops or parks the motor vehicle with due regard for the safety of other users on the highway and complies with all other lawful requirements. 124.3(1) The minister may issue a physically disabled person's parking permit to a person or organization that meets the requirements prescribed in the regulations and applies in the form required by the minister. 124.3(2) The minister may delegate the authority to issue permits under subsection (1), and when the authority is delegated, the delegate may issue a permit to a person or organization that meets the requirements prescribed in the regulations and applies in the form required by the delegate. 124.3(3) When a permit is issued under subsection (2), the delegate is entitled to retain the amount of the charge for the permit that is specified in the regulations. 124.3(4) A valid physically disabled person's parking permit, decal, placard or other similar device issued by a competent authority outside the province is deemed to be a permit issued under this section, but it expires 3 months after the holder becomes a resident of the province. 124.3(5) A physically disabled person's parking decal, placard or other similar device issued in the province by a government department, municipality, corporation or organization that is valid on the day this section comes into force is deemed to be a permit issued under this section until the decal, placard or device expires or until six months after this section comes into force, whichever comes first. 124.4 A valid permit authorizes the permit holder or a person who is transporting the permit holder to stop, stand or park a motor vehicle in a designated parking space if the permit is used and displayed in accordance with this Act and the regulations. (a) have in his or her possession a permit that is fictitious, altered, or obtained contrary to this Act or the regulations; (b) display a permit in a motor vehicle parked in a designated parking space when the holder is not transported in the vehicle; (c) display a permit that is cancelled or has expired; or (d) display or use a permit otherwise than in accordance with this Act and the regulations. (a) a permit has been obtained or used in contravention of this Act, the regulations or a by-law of a municipality; (b) a permit has been lost, stolen, defaced, or altered; or (c) a permit holder no longer meets the requirements of the regulations; the minister, or a delegate of the minister who issued the permit, may cancel the permit and may refuse to replace, re-issue, or renew the permit. 124.6(2) On receiving notification served personally or by registered mail that a permit has been cancelled by the minister or a delegate of the minister, the permit holder shall immediately deliver the cancelled permit to the minister, or, if the permit was issued by a delegate of the minister, to the delegate. 124.6(3) A person may, in accordance with the regulations, appeal to the medical review committee if his or her (a) application for a physically disabled person's parking permit under section 124.3 is denied; or (b) physically disabled person's parking permit is cancelled, or the replacement, reissue or renewal of the permit is refused; on the grounds that the person no longer meets the requirements of the regulations. 124.7(1) Every person having possession of a permit shall, upon the demand of a peace officer, surrender the permit for reasonable inspection to ensure that the provisions of this Act, the regulations and any by-law of a municipality are being complied with. (a) is fictitious or was not issued under this Act; (b) was obtained under false pretenses; (c) has been defaced or altered; (d) has expired or been cancelled; or (e) is being or has been used in contravention of this Act, the regulations or a by-law of a municipality. (a) the permit issuance number, if the permit is numbered; (b) the name and address of the person who was in possession of the permit; and (c) the date the permit was retained. 124.8 A peace officer may enter on private land for the purpose of enforcing this Act and the regulations, and while so engaged is not liable for trespass. (a) prescribing the form and design of permits and the information to be shown on them; (b) prescribing the requirements for obtaining a permit; (c) respecting the issuance, renewal, cancellation and replacement of permits; (d) governing the manner of displaying permits on or in motor vehicles; (e) prescribing the fees for issuance of permits; (e.1) governing appeals under subsection 124.6(3), and requiring a person making an appeal to pay an appeal fee, and prescribing the amount of the appeal fee; (f) respecting any matter necessary or advisable to carry out effectively the intent and purpose of sections 124.1 to 124.8. 125(1) Subject to subsection (2), where a signal is required, a driver, or the operator of a bicycle or power-assisted bicycle, shall give it by means of (a) his or her hand and arm; or (b) a "stop" signal lamp or turning signal lamp, as the case requires, of the kind required or authorized under this Act to be carried; or (c) a mechanical device of a type that has been approved by the traffic board. 125(2) Where a vehicle is constructed or loaded in a manner that makes a signal by hand and arm not visible to both its front and rear, a driver shall give signals as provided in clause (1)(b) or (c). 126(1) The driver of a left-hand drive motor vehicle or the operator of a bicycle, power-assisted bicycle, moped or mobility vehicle giving a hand signal shall do so from the left side of the vehicle and (a) to signify a left turn, shall extend his or her left arm horizontally from the vehicle; (b) to signify a right turn, shall extend his or her left arm from the vehicle with the upper arm horizontal and forearm pointing vertically upward; and (c) to signify a stop or a decrease in speed, shall extend his or her left arm from the vehicle with the upper arm horizontal and forearm pointing vertically downward. 126(2) Despite subsection (1), the operator of a bicycle or power-assisted bicycle may signify a right turn by extending his or her right arm horizontally from the right side of the vehicle. 127(1) When there is an opportunity to give a signal, no driver shall stop or suddenly decrease the speed of a vehicle without first giving the appropriate signal under sections 125 and 126. 127(2) Where traffic may be affected by turning a vehicle, no person shall turn a vehicle without giving the appropriate signal under sections 125 and 126, and using reasonable care to ascertain that the movement can be made in safety. 127(3) Where a signal of intention to turn right or left is required, a driver shall, before making the turn, give the signal continuously for sufficient distance to warn traffic. 128 Except as provided in section 130, where two vehicles enter an intersection from different highways at approximately the same time and there is at the intersection no traffic control device directing the driver of one of the vehicles to yield the right-of-way, the driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right; but, where there is a traffic control device at the intersection directing the driver of one of the vehicles to yield the right-of-way, he shall yield the right-of-way to all other traffic as provided in section 133. 129 When a driver is within an intersection and intends to turn left he shall yield the right-of-way to traffic that is approaching from the opposite direction and is within the intersection or so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard; but having yielded and having given a signal as required by sections 125 and 126, the driver may make a left turn if he can do so safely. 130 Where a driver is about to enter another highway at the intersection with which he is required, under section 136, to stop and he has stopped in compliance with that section (a) he shall yield the right-of-way to traffic that has entered the intersection upon the other highway or that is approaching thereon and is so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard; and (b) he shall not proceed until he can do so in safety. 131(1) When a driver, within a restricted speed area, is emerging from a private road, alley, lane, driveway, or building, he shall stop the vehicle immediately before driving onto the sidewalk or onto the sidewalk area extending across the private road, alley, lane, or driveway and he shall yield the right-of-way to traffic that is approaching on the highway and is so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard. 131(2) When a driver is about to enter or cross a highway from a private road, alley, lane, driveway, or building, he shall yield the right-of-way to traffic that is approaching on the highway and is so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard. 131(3) When a driver of a vehicle, outside a restricted speed area, is emerging from a private road or private driveway onto a provincial highway, he shall, before crossing the boundary of the roadway, and within 5 metres thereof, bring the vehicle to a stop, yield the right-of-way to traffic that is approaching on the highway and is so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard, and shall not proceed until he can do so in safety. 131(4) A driver to whom subsection (1), (2) or (3) applies, having yielded the right-of-way as required in those subsections, shall not proceed until he can do so in safety. 132 Unless otherwise directed by a peace officer, a driver of a vehicle on a highway shall, on the immediate approach of an emergency vehicle that is sounding its siren and has illuminated the lighting required under section 38.1, (a) yield the right-of-way to the emergency vehicle by immediately driving to a position parallel to and as close as possible to the curb of the roadway and clear of any intersection; and (b) stop and remain stopped until the emergency vehicle has passed. 133(1) A driver approaching a "yield" or "cédez le passage" sign adjacent to an intersection shall slow down to a speed reasonable under the existing conditions or shall stop if necessary as provided in subsection (2), and shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway on which he is driving and to traffic in the intersection or that is approaching on the intersecting roadway and is so close that it constitutes a hazard; and, having yielded, he may proceed with caution. 133(2) Except when a peace officer directs otherwise, where there is, adjacent to an intersection, a "yield" or "cédez le passage" sign, the driver of a vehicle, if required for safety to stop, shall stop at a clearly marked stop line or, if none, then immediately before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection or, if none, then immediately before entering the intersection. 134(1) The following definitions apply in this section. "flag person" includes a crew member of a railway train who, in connection with the train's operation, directs traffic or warns people on a highway. (« signaleur ») "uncontrolled railway crossing" means a railway crossing at which traffic is not controlled by a "stop" or "arrêt" sign, an electrical or mechanical traffic control device, a crossing gate or a flag person, but does not include an industrial spur railway crossing within a restricted speed area. (« passage à niveau non contrôlé ») (a) a "stop" or "arrêt" sign is erected at the crossing; (b) a clearly visible electrical or mechanical traffic control device at the crossing is signalling the proximity or passing of a railway train; (c) a crossing gate is lowered or partly lowered, or a flag person is signalling the proximity or passing of a railway train; or (d) a railway train is in dangerous proximity to the crossing and is giving an audible signal or is visible. (a) a controlled or uncontrolled railway crossing if the driver is driving a school bus, whether or not it is carrying passengers; or (i) a bus carrying passengers for compensation, or (ii) a vehicle designed or used to carry flammable liquid or gas, whether or not it is empty. (a) look in both directions along the railway track for an approaching railway train; (b) listen for signals indicating the approach of a railway train; and (c) if the vehicle is a bus or school bus, open the door of the vehicle. (a) not less than 5 m from the rail of the crossing nearest the vehicle's front if the crossing is in a restricted speed area; or (b) not less than 15 m from the rail of the crossing nearest the vehicle's front in any other case. 134(5.1) In a case mentioned in subsection (2) or clause (3)(a), the driver of a school bus must stop it at the distance from the railway crossing prescribed in the regulations about school buses made under The Public Schools Act, whether or not (a) the school in connection with which the school bus is operated is a school to which that Act applies; and (b) those regulations apply to the school bus in the absence of this subsection. 134(6) After stopping, the driver shall not proceed unless he or she can do so safely and without stopping before clearing the crossing, and (i) the electrical or mechanical traffic control device is no longer signalling the proximity or passing of a railway train, or (ii) a peace officer or flag person directs the driver to proceed; (i) the crossing gate is completely raised or the flag person is no longer signalling the proximity or passing of a railway train, or (ii) a peace officer or flag person directs the driver to proceed; and (c) in a case described in clause (2)(d), unless the railway train is no longer in dangerous proximity to the crossing. 134(7) Despite clause (6)(a), a driver who stops at a railway crossing because an electrical or mechanical traffic control device is signalling the proximity of a railway train may proceed across the crossing if the train is stopped, or is not in close proximity to the crossing, and if he or she can do so safely and without stopping before clearing the crossing. (a) cross the track of a railway crossing in a gear that he or she will need to change while crossing the track; or (b) change gears while crossing the track. (b) in a location where any part of the vehicle is over a track in a railway crossing. 136(1) Except when a peace officer or a traffic control device otherwise directs or permits, but subject to sections 88, 130, and 133, at an intersection at which there is a traffic control device facing him and requiring him to stop, and at an intersection with any provincial highway, and except at an intersection where an acceleration lane has been constructed for the purpose of allowing a driver of a vehicle to accelerate and merge with other traffic on the highway, a driver of a vehicle shall bring it to a stop (a) when there is no crosswalk, at a clearly marked stop line; or (b) before entering the crosswalk marked out by lines, on the near side of the intersection; or (c) when there is neither a stop line nor a marked out crosswalk, at the point nearest the intersecting highway from which the driver has a view of approaching traffic on the intersecting highway; and he shall not proceed unless he can do so in safety. 136(2) Where the other highway, at the intersection with which a driver has stopped as required under subsection (1), is a divided highway, the driver, having complied with that subsection and proceeded across the first roadway, before entering the second roadway, (a) shall yield the right-of-way to traffic on the second roadway that has entered the intersection thereof with the highway on which he is driving, or that is approaching and is so close that it constitutes an immediate hazard; and (b) shall not proceed until he can do so in safety. 137(2) No person shall operate, or permit the operation of, a school bus unless the words: "SCHOOL BUS" or "ÉCOLIERS", in letters of not less than 200 millimetres in height, are legibly printed or painted on, or attached to, the vehicle in such a manner as to be clearly visible at all times to any person approaching the vehicle from the front or rear. 137(3) Unless he conceals all marks that it is a school bus, a person shall not operate a school bus for the purpose other than transportation of children to or from school. 137(4) Where a school bus is stopped and children are getting on to it or about to get on to it, or are getting off it or about to get off it, the driver, (a) if the school bus is equipped with a lamp as provided in subsection 37(8), or with lamps as provided in subsection 37(13), shall put into operation all of the lamps with which it is so equipped; or (i) shall cause to be put into operation turning signal lamps, the lamps to be lighted intermittently or in flashes on that side of the school bus that is nearest to the centre of the highway or on both sides thereof, or (ii) shall cause to be put into operation such other warning device as may be authorized in the regulations, and that is clearly visible to the drivers of vehicles approaching from either the front or rear of the bus. 137(5) Where a school bus is stopped on a highway, if a lamp or other warning device is operating thereon, or displayed therefrom, as required by subsection (4), the driver of a motor vehicle approaching the school bus from any direction shall bring the motor vehicle to a stop not less than 5 metres from the school bus before passing it, and he shall not proceed unless the school bus resumes motion, or the driver thereof signals him to proceed or ceases to operate or display the lamp or other warning device to which reference is made in subsection (4). 137(6) The driver of a vehicle upon a divided highway need not stop upon meeting or overtaking a school bus that is on a different roadway. 138 Except when a traffic authority has otherwise ordered, where traffic control signals are operating at an intersection, pedestrians shall comply with them in the manner provided in section 88. 139(1) Subject to section 140, where traffic control signals are not in place or not in operation when a pedestrian is crossing a highway within a crosswalk, and the pedestrian is upon the half of the highway upon which a vehicle is travelling, or he is approaching from the other half of the highway and is so close that he is in danger, the driver of the vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to the pedestrian. 139(2) No pedestrian shall leave a kerb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle that is so close that it is impracticable for the driver to yield. 139(3) Where a vehicle is stopped at a crosswalk or at an intersection to permit a pedestrian to cross the highway, no driver approaching from the rear shall overtake and pass the stopped vehicle. 140(1) When a pedestrian is crossing a roadway at a point other than within a crosswalk, he shall yield the right of way to a driver. 140(2) A pedestrian who is crossing a highway shall do so with all reasonable speed so as not to obstruct traffic unnecessarily. (i) the kerb or edge of a roadway, or that is adjacent to a pedestrian corridor that lies across a roadway upon which a vehicle is approaching so closely to the pedestrian corridor as to endanger the pedestrian if he were to enter it; and (i) is intending to cross the roadway in the pedestrian corridor, and (ii) is giving notice of his intention by extending his hand and arm at full length in such a manner to indicate clearly the direction in which he intends to cross, the driver of the vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to the pedestrian by slowing down or stopping if necessary. 141(2) When a vehicle is stopped at a pedestrian corridor, the driver of any other vehicle overtaking the stopped vehicle shall bring the vehicle to a full stop before entering the pedestrian corridor, and shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian, (a) who is within the pedestrian corridor upon the half of the roadway upon which the vehicle is stopped; or (b) who is within the pedestrian corridor and is approaching that half of the roadway from the other half of the roadway so closely to the vehicle that he is in danger if the vehicle were to proceed. 141(3) When a vehicle is approaching a pedestrian corridor and is slowing down for the purpose of yielding the right-of-way to a pedestrian, the driver of any other vehicle approaching from the rear shall not overtake and pass the vehicle first mentioned. 141(4) No pedestrian shall leave the kerb or other place of safety at a pedestrian corridor and walk or run into the path of a vehicle that is so close that it is impracticable for the driver of the vehicle to yield the right-of-way. (a) where it intersects a pedestrian corridor; or (b) on the approach to a pedestrian corridor and within 15 metres thereof. 141(7) That part of any municipal by-law that provides for the regulation of traffic by means of crosswalks or pedestrian corridors and that is contrary to any provision of section 139 or this section, is revoked. 141(8) It is not a defence to any prosecution for a violation of this section that the lines or other markings on the surface of the roadway indicating the existence of the pedestrian corridor were not visible at the time because of the presence of snow or ice or for any other reason not attributable to the negligence of the traffic authority. (a) exercise due care to avoid colliding with a pedestrian who is upon a roadway; (b) give warning by sounding the horn when necessary; and (c) observe proper precaution upon observing a child or an apparently confused or incapacitated person who is upon a highway. 143(1) Where there is a sidewalk that is reasonably passable on either or both sides of a highway, a pedestrian shall not walk on a roadway. 143(2) Any pedestrian proceeding along a highway where no sidewalk is provided or where the sidewalk is not passable, shall walk as closely as is practicable to (a) the left-hand edge of the roadway or of the shoulder, as the case may be; or (b) any person who may be walking on his left side; but persons walking on a roadway shall not walk more than two abreast. 144 Notwithstanding anything in this Part, the council of any municipality may, by by-law, provide (a) that where a peace officer has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that a pedestrian has committed or is committing a breach of those provisions of a by-law that relate to pedestrian traffic, he may require the pedestrian to stop and there and then to state correctly his name and address, and to prove his identity to the satisfaction of the peace officer; and (b) that, if a pedestrian refuses or fails to stop and state correctly his name and address or so to prove his identity when so required, the peace officer may arrest him without warrant. 145(1) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (5) and (6), a person operating a bicycle or power-assisted bicycle on a highway or bicycle facility has the same rights and duties as a person driving a motor vehicle on a highway and shall obey all signs and traffic control devices, and all directions of a peace officer. 145(2) No person shall operate a power-assisted bicycle on a highway or bicycle facility unless he or she is 14 years of age or older. 145(3) The owner of a power-assisted bicycle shall not allow a person under the age of 14 years to operate it. 145(4) No person shall ride on or operate a power-assisted bicycle on a highway or bicycle facility unless he or she is wearing a properly fitted and fastened protective helmet. 145(5) A person operating a bicycle or power-assisted bicycle on a highway must operate it in accordance with the regulations. 145(6) A person must not operate a bicycle or power-assisted bicycle on a highway beside a moped, mobility vehicle, bicycle or power-assisted bicycle that is operating in the same traffic lane. 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