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Regulations Governing Management of Highways in th
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          CHAPTER III HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
Article 16 Highway departments should strengthen highway maintenance.
Ensure the good condition, evenness and smooth traffic of highways; and
improve  the highways' durability and resistance against  natural
disasters.
In carrying out highway repairs or maintenance, a time limit should be
set for the job. When a highway is under repair, proper measures should
be taken to ensure the free passage of vehicles. If passage must be
suspended temporarily, public security and communications  management
agencies should be notified so that public notices can be issued in
advance.
Article 17 Highway maintenance is performed under the system which
integrates professional maintenance with  maintenance performed by
civilian workers.
The number of labour days and vehicles used to perform highway
maintenance by civilian workers should not exceed the state standards.
Article 18 Units and individuals who possess cars should pay highway
maintenance fees at the highway maintenance departments in  accordance
with state regulations.
Article 19 Highway maintenance fees should be exclusively used for
highway  maintenance  purposes within the  limits  designated  by 
the government. No unit or individual should transfer, divert, abuse, 
keep or default on highway maintenance fees.
Article 20 When highway transportation is blocked because of serious
natural disasters, local governments at and above the county level
should immediately mobilise and organize nearby army units, government
organs, organisations, schools and enterprises and establishments as
well as urban and rural residents to assist the highway department  in
restoring highway transport within a set time limit.
Article 21 When earth and rocks form non-utilized lands, barren  hills,
rivers and streams, or beaches are needed for highway construction or
maintenance, agreement must first be obtained from local county (city)
governments.
The removal of earth or rocks from the above-mentioned places should not
in any way have an adverse effect upon any nearby water conservancy,
power or communications facilities, and farmland water and  soil
conservancy.
When earth or rocks are obtained from highway material sites approved by
the local county (city) government, no unit or individual should  stand
in the way or ask for payment under any pretext.
Article 22 Highway landscaping work will be under the overall  planning
and implementation of the highway departments.
Highway landscaping should be carried out in accordance with the highway
technological standards.
No unauthorized felling of roadside forests or trees is allowed. Felling
of roadside forests or trees for replanting purposes must first be
approved by the highway departments.
          CHAPTER IV HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
Article 23 Departments in charge of highways are responsible for the
management and protection of highways, land set aside for the exclusive
use by highways and highway facilities, and have the authority to
investigate, stop and deal with all activities that encroach upon or
destroy highways, land for exclusive use by highways and highway
facilities.
Article 24 Construction of facilities and the planting of crops are
banned upon highways and land for exclusive use by highways. Also banned
is the use of roadside ditches for irrigation or drainage purposes.
Article 25 Cutting into a mountain, cutting timber and construction on
both sides of highways should not endanger the safety of highways and
highway facilities.
Article 26 No excavation of sand, dike and dam construction, dumping of
rubbish, reduction or expansion of river-beds, or demolition operations
may be carried out within 200m either upstream or downstream of large
highway bridges and highway ferries. No unauthorised removal of earth
and rocks or cutting of timber is permitted above highway tunnels or
within 100m of the entrances and exits of highway tunnels.
Article 27 Vehicles and personnel that use a highway ferry must  comply
with the ferry's management regulations.
Article 28 Without proper approval by highway departments, caterpillar
tread vehicles and vehicles with iron-rimmed wheels are not permitted to
travel on paved highways. Vehicles or goods whose weights exceed  the
weight  limit of a highway bridge should not be allowed to cross  the
bridge. Under special conditions when they must travel on a highway or
cross a highway bridge, effective technical protection measures must be
taken.
Article 29 When a highway must be dug or when the land reserved for use
by a highway or highway facilities must be dug or used temporarily to
facilitate the construction of railways, airfields, power  stations,
reservoirs  or irrigation canals, or the laying 

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