33. To obtain the approval of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal under subparagraph 2 of the second paragraph of section 32, the Authority must file an application with the Community establishing that it has notified the person responsible for the maintenance of the public highway of its intention to establish a reserved traffic lane on that highway, that it has proposed entering into a contract with that person under the third paragraph of section 32 that provides for compensation of all or part of the costs of establishing, maintaining and operating that lane, and that the person either
(1) contests the establishment of the reserved traffic lane;
(2) contests the amount of money offered;
(3) contests the classes of road vehicles for which the lane is reserved or the minimum number of passengers required for a road vehicle to be authorized to travel in the reserved lane; or
(4) has failed to reply to the Authority within 90 days of the proposal.
The application must be filed with all necessary supporting documents.
The Community sends the application filed under this section and the supporting documents to the person responsible for the maintenance of the public highway concerned and notifies the person that he or she has 30 days to submit to the Community any reasons he or she may have to oppose the application.