2006 New York Code - Use Of Streets; Municipal Consent.
§ 107. Use of streets; municipal consent. Every such freight terminal corporation may acquire, use and enjoy the privilege to cross or otherwise use the streets adjacent to any terminal way or terminal station with the consent and on such terms as may be imposed by the local authority in control thereof, and subject to the approval of the commissioner of transportation. If such approval be granted, the commissioner of transportation shall issue a certificate (1) that such privilege is needed for public use; (2) that the exercise of such privilege will leave the street in the main available for ordinary street uses; and (3) that the exercise of such privilege will enhance and improve the service afforded by such street to the public. Such privilege shall be revocable by the city on such notice, not exceeding one year, as may be specified therein; but such revocation shall not be effective unless the commissioner of transportation approve of the same and certify that such privilege is no longer needed for public use or that the exercise of such privilege has failed to enhance or improve the service afforded by such street to the public.
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