22. The urban agglomeration council identifies the thoroughfares forming the arterial road system in the urban agglomeration by a by-law that is subject to the right of objection under section 115.
It does so by listing the names and numbers of the thoroughfares or by identifying them on a map, plan or other illustration.
However, when such thoroughfares are identified in the order made under section 135, the urban agglomeration council is not required to identify them.
The urban agglomeration council may then only amend elements of the identification made in the order in the manner provided for in the first paragraph. In such a case, if the document specified in the order is of the same nature as those referred to in the second paragraph, the document specified in the by-law must indicate how it differs from the identification made in the order.
The fourth paragraph does not apply to the urban agglomeration council of Québec. In that case, the document identifying the thoroughfares forming the arterial road system in the urban agglomeration is amended in accordance with Chapter III.1.
2004, c. 29, s. 22; 2005, c. 28, s. 156; 2007, c. 10, s. 9.