A-33.3 - Act respecting the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain

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106. The Authority may, by by-law,
(1)  prescribe conditions regarding the possession and use of the transportation tickets it establishes;
(2)  prescribe standards of conduct to be observed by users of metropolitan equipment and infrastructures;
(3)  prescribe standards of safety and conduct to be observed by users of shared transportation services;
(4)  prohibit or regulate road vehicle parking and traffic on land or in a building it operates or owns; and
(5)  regulate the towing and impounding of vehicles parked in violation of a regulatory provision adopted under subparagraph 4, set the tariff of fees for towing, removal and impoundment, and prescribe who is to pay them.
A by-law made under the first paragraph may determine, among its provisions, those whose violation constitutes an offence entailing a fine in an amount that may, depending on the circumstances, be a set amount or vary between a minimum and a maximum amount.
For a first offence, the set amount or maximum amount may not exceed $500 if the offender is a natural person and $1,000 in all other cases. The amounts are doubled for a subsequent offence. The minimum amount may not be less than $25.
The by-law made under the first paragraph must be posted on the Authority’s website. It must also be published in a newspaper circulated in the Authority’s area of jurisdiction. It comes into force on the 15th day following its publication or on any later date specified in the by-law.
If a provision of a by-law made under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph is incompatible with a provision of a by-law adopted by a public transit authority, the former prevails.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 3.
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106. The Authority may, by by-law,
(1)  prescribe conditions regarding the possession and use of the transportation tickets it establishes;
(2)  prescribe standards of conduct to be observed by users of metropolitan equipment and infrastructures;
(3)  prescribe standards of safety and conduct to be observed by users of shared transportation services;
(4)  prohibit or regulate road vehicle parking and traffic on land or in a building it operates or owns; and
(5)  regulate the towing and impounding of vehicles parked in violation of a regulatory provision adopted under subparagraph 4, set the tariff of fees for towing, removal and impoundment, and prescribe who is to pay them.
A by-law made under the first paragraph may determine, among its provisions, those whose violation constitutes an offence entailing a fine in an amount that may, depending on the circumstances, be a set amount or vary between a minimum and a maximum amount.
For a first offence, the set amount or maximum amount may not exceed $500 if the offender is a natural person and $1,000 in all other cases. The amounts are doubled for a subsequent offence. The minimum amount may not be less than $25.
The by-law made under the first paragraph must be posted on the Authority’s website. It must also be published in a newspaper circulated in the Authority’s area of jurisdiction. It comes into force on the 15th day following its publication or on any later date specified in the by-law.
If a provision of a by-law made under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph is incompatible with a provision of a by-law adopted by a public transit authority, the former prevails.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 3.