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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