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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subchapter I. Definitions

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Sec. 101. Definitions.

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Subchapter II. Organization and Administration of Department

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Sec. 111. Secretary of Transportation; powers and duties; Chief Engineer.

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Sec. 112. Liability insurance for Department employees.

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Sec. 113. Appointment and powers of notaries public.

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Subchapter III. Jurisdiction, Powers and Duties of Department

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Sec. 131. General jurisdiction.

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Sec. 132. General powers and duties.

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Sec. 133. Road improvements; additions to state system.

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Sec. 134. Authority in incorporated towns and cities; construction and maintenance of highways; local authority.

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Sec. 135. Authority to construct dual and express highways.

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Sec. 136. Improvements of roads leading to institutions.

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Sec. 137. Acquisition and sale of real property.

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Sec. 138. Acquisition of uneconomic remnants of land along right-of-way.

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Sec. 139. Notice to landowners; written claim for damages.

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Sec. 140. Educational and safety campaigns.

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Sec. 141. Regulation of traffic; exceptions.

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Sec. 142. Automobile for use of Governor.

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Sec. 143. Expenses of alteration or relocation of facilities or structures of public utilities.

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Sec. 144. Millsboro Pond Dam; construction and maintenance.

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Sec. 145. Corridor Capacity Preservation.

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Sec. 146. Access to state-maintained highways.

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Sec. 147. Authority to establish standards for traffic-control devices.

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Sec. 148. Trust fund.

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Sec. 149. Authority to adopt regulations governing state land.

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Subchapter IV. Award of Contracts

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Sec. 151. Procedure for procurement of materials, equipment or supplies and award of contracts for performance of work.

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Sec. 152. Supervision by Secretary of Transportation.

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Sec. 153. Border Crossing Agreements.

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Subchapter V. Controlled-Access Highways

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Sec. 171. Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 172. Definition of a controlled-access facility.

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Sec. 173. Authority to establish controlled-access facilities.

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Sec. 174. Design of controlled-access facility.

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Sec. 175. Acquisition of property and property rights.

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Sec. 176. New and existing facilities; grade-crossing eliminations.

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Sec. 177. Authority of local units to consent.

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Sec. 178. Local service roads.

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Sec. 179. Restrictions on use of controlled-access facilities.

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Sec. 180. Certain commercial establishment prohibited.

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Subchapter VI. Delaware Byways Program

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Sec. 190. Statement of intent.

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Sec. 191. Delaware Byways Program.

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Sec. 192. Regulations.

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Sec. 193. Delaware Byway Advisory Board.

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Sec. 194. Outdoor advertising exemptions.

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Subchapter VII. Projects Requiring Landscape and Reforestation Activities

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Sec. 201. Legislative intent.

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Sec. 202. Definitions.

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Sec. 203. Duty to incorporate cost of landscaping, planting and reforestation activities.

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Sec. 204. Reclamation of dedicated funds.

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Sec. 205. Duty to minimize removal, cutting or clearing of landscape improvements.

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Sec. 206. Duty to complete landscaping, planting and reforestation activities; modification of project plans.

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Sec. 207. Lands held for duration of construction project and thereafter; limitation upon transfer and development.

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Sec. 208. Regulations.

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Sec. 209. Mitigation needs analysis.

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Sec. 210. Inability to meet minimum requirements; alternate landscaping and planting activities.

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Sec. 211. Planting standards.

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CHAPTER 3. THE DELAWARE MEMORIAL BRIDGE

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Sec. 301. Definitions.

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Sec. 302. Operation of Bridge and construction of additions.

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Sec. 303. Acquisition of data and information.

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Sec. 304. Delaware Memorial Bridge Division; Director of Division.

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Sec. 305. Power to contract; competitive bidding; accounting of expenses; annual report.

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Sec. 306. Purchase of property for Bridge purposes.

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Sec. 307. Title to Bridge and approaches; power to hold title to New Jersey property.

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Sec. 308. Use of lands under Delaware River.

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Sec. 309. Regulating use of Bridge; public utilities contracts; penalties.

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Sec. 310. Insurance.

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Sec. 311. Employment of general manager, guards and toll keepers.

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Sec. 312. Duty to procure fidelity bonds.

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Sec. 313. Other crossings prohibited.

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Sec. 314. Conferred powers as continuing.

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Sec. 315. Application of other powers of Department.

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Sec. 316. Power of Congress.

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Sec. 317. Exemption from taxation.

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Sec. 318. Authority to issue bonds.

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Sec. 319. Bonds as legal investments for institutions and fiduciaries.

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Sec. 320. Credit of State not pledged.

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Sec. 321. Trust indenture.

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Sec. 322. Remedies of bondholders and trustees.

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Sec. 323. Power to collect and pledge tolls; sinking fund.

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Sec. 324. Reduction or cessation of tolls.

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Sec. 325. Contributions.

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Sec. 326. Moneys as trust funds.

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Sec. 327. Revenue refunding bonds.

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Sec. 328. State covenant for control of Bridge.

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Sec. 329. Pecuniary interest of member; penalty.

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Sec. 330. [Reserved.]

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CHAPTER 4. DELAWARE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY DIVISION

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Sec. 401. Definitions.

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Sec. 402. Purpose.

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Sec. 403. Control, operation and revenues of Delaware Memorial Bridge and approaches vested in Department.

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Sec. 404. Contracts for maintenance of Delaware Memorial Bridge or repairs or improvements.

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Sec. 405. Construction of toll crossings, highways, express highways and parallel service roads; operation of competitive commercial enterprises.

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Sec. 406. Acquisition of property for toll crossings.

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Sec. 407. Use of lands under Delaware River.

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Sec. 408. Regulations for use of Bridge or other toll crossings for public utility facilities; penalty for violations.

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Sec. 409. Insurance.

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Sec. 410. Employment of general manager, guards and toll keepers; indemnity bond.

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Sec. 411. Other crossings prohibited.

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Sec. 412. Exemption from taxation.

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Sec. 413. Bonds for construction of facilities.

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Sec. 414. Bonds for refunding of outstanding obligations.

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Sec. 415. Form and terms of bonds; disposition of proceeds.

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Sec. 416. Bonds as legal investments for institutions and fiduciaries, and as legal deposit.

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Sec. 417. Credit of State not pledged.

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Sec. 418. Trust indenture.

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Sec. 419. Remedies of bondholders and trustees.

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Sec. 420. Power to collect and pledge tolls and revenues; fixation of tolls, rates or charges.

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Sec. 421. Contributions.

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Sec. 422. Moneys as trust funds.

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Sec. 423. State covenant for control of crossings.

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Sec. 424. Pecuniary interest of member or employee; penalty.

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Sec. 425. Penalty for nonpayment of toll.

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Sec. 426. Construction of chapter.

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CHAPTER 5. HIGHWAYS, ROADS AND BRIDGES GENERALLY

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Sec. 501. Use of public road or bridge by railway.

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Sec. 502. Closing of roads during repair.

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Sec. 503. Nuisance; penalty.

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Sec. 504. Entry upon contiguous or adjacent lands or streams; assessment of damages; hindering or obstructing work; penalty.

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Sec. 505. Selling of nonuniform traffic-control devices; penalty.

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Sec. 506. Maintenance priority of roads used for school buses or mail routes.

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Sec. 507. Coordinating new development with local transportation improvements.

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Sec. 508. Dedication of new roads for state maintenance; approval required; security.

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Sec. 509. Highways deemed public roads.

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Sec. 510. Speed limit and weight limits on structure.

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Sec. 511. Injury to roads and bridges; double damages; jurisdiction of courts; procedure and appeal.

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Sec. 512. Injury to roads, bridges, etc.; penalty.

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Sec. 513. Trimming of hedges and removal of trimmings; penalty.

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Sec. 514. Glass or injurious obstruction on public highways; penalty.

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Sec. 515. Maintenance of unfenced junkyards within certain distance of highways; penalty.

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Sec. 516. Creation or maintenance of nuisance within certain limits.

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Sec. 517. Boulevard corporations.

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Sec. 518. Trash within a certain distance of the highway; penalty.

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Sec. 519. William J. Winchester Bridge.

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Sec. 520. Injury to trees, shrubs, and landscaping.

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Sec. 521. Snow removal in nonmunicipal residential communities.

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Sec.Sec. 522, 523. [Reserved.]

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Sec. 524. Removal of nonofficial signs from utility poles within state rights-of-way.

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Sec. 525. Maintenance of clear zones within rights-of-way.

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Sec. 526. Restrictions against commercial use of State rights-of-way; site-based enforcement mechanisms.

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Sec. 527. Coordination with other statutes.

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Sec. 528. Restrictions against vehicle sales activities on State rights-of-way.

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Sec. 529. Inspection requirements for bridge owners.

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Sec. 530. Dedication of right-of-way adjacent to a state highway.

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CHAPTER 6. TOLL EXPRESS HIGHWAYS; DELAWARE TURNPIKE

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Sec.Sec. 601-622. Finding and declarations of legislative intent; definitions; Delaware Turnpike; John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway; Turnpike Division; preliminary expenses; general grant of powers; incidental powers; State highways and bridges; revenues; exemption from taxation; maintenance and operation of Turnpike; damage to private property; lease, loan or grant of municipal real property; arrest for nonpayment of tolls; annual report; unclaimed property; Turnpike revenue bonds; Turnpike revenue refunding bonds; credit of State not pledged; trust agreement; bonds eligible for investment; trust funds; remedies of bondholders and trustees; transfer to State; construction; territorial limitation of authority.

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CHAPTER 7. RAILROAD CROSSINGS OVER HIGHWAYS

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Sec. 701. Whistles at public highway crossings; blocking of crossings; penalty; jurisdiction.

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Sec. 702. Elimination of grade crossings; ascertainment of damages to owners.

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Sec. 703. Crossing by state highways with watercourses or railroads.

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Sec. 704. Abandonment of roads crossing railroad at grade; relocation of roads; character of construction.

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Sec. 705. Safety devices.

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Sec. 706. Regulation of maintenance of railroad property.

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Sec. 707. -711 [Reserved]

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CHAPTER 8. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PAYMENTS

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Sec. 801. Definitions.

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Sec. 802. Payments to contractor impressed with trust.

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Sec. 803. Use or application of money received by contractor.

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Sec. 804. Contractor's failure to use or apply money in accordance with Sec. 803 of this title.

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Sec. 805. Penalties.

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CHAPTER 9. DRAINAGE OF LANDS ADJACENT TO PUBLIC ROADS

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Sec. 901. Department of Transportation to drain certain lands along highways.

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Sec. 902. Construction of ditches along certain highways.

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Sec. 903. Drainage of flooded highway.

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Sec. 904. Agreements with ditch companies for drainage purposes.

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CHAPTER 10. BIKEWAYS AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL

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Subchapter I. Bikeways

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Sec. 1001. Authority for establishment of bikeways.

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Sec. 1002. Bikeway routes.

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Sec. 1003. Cooperation with other governmental agencies.

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Sec. 1004. Power to acquire real property.

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Sec. 1005. Bikeway planning.

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Sec. 1006. Bicycle access to highways.

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Subchapter II. Safe Routes to School

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Sec. 1021. Declaration of purpose.

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Sec. 1022. Safe Routes to School Program; establishment; grants; regulations.

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CHAPTER 11. REGULATION OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING

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Subchapter I. General Provisions

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Sec. 1101. Purpose and policy.

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Sec. 1102. Scope and definitions.

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Sec. 1103. Enforcement of chapter; rules and regulations; examinations; territorial limitations.

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Sec. 1104. Application and issuance of permits; revocation.

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Sec. 1105. Advertising identification.

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Sec. 1106. Removal upon expiration or revocation of permit.

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Sec. 1107. Unlawful to remove or damage road markers, etc., or place advertising on highways.

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Sec. 1108. Location and condition of advertising regulated.

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Sec. 1109. Forbidden advertising.

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Sec. 1110. Delaware Byways Program.

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Sec. 1111. Public nuisance; abatement.

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Sec. 1112. Injunctive relief.

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Sec. 1113. Penalties.

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Sec. 1114. Signs excepted from provisions of this subchapter.

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Sec. 1120. Severability.

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Subchapter II. Areas Adjacent to Highways of the Interstate and Primary Systems

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Sec. 1121. Limitations of outdoor advertising in controlled areas.

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Sec. 1122. Removal of nonconforming advertising; fair compensation.

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Sec. 1123. Advertising in rest areas.

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Sec. 1124. Signs, displays and devices providing information for the traveling public; location.

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Sec. 1125. Agreements with federal government or agencies.

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Sec. 1126. Relationship of subchapter to other provisions of chapter.

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Subchapter III. Limited Access, State Toll Roads

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Sec. 1131. Limitations of outdoor advertising along limited access, state toll roads.

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CHAPTER 12. REGULATION OF JUNKYARDS

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Sec. 1201. Purposes.

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Sec. 1202. Scope and definitions.

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Sec. 1203. Enforcement of chapter; rules and regulations; examinations; application of chapter.

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Sec. 1204. Application and issuance of licenses.

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Sec. 1205. Restrictions as to locations.

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Sec. 1206. Screening, relocation, removal or disposal of lawfully preexisting junkyards.

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Sec. 1207. Compensation to owners on relocation, removal or disposal of their facilities.

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Sec. 1208. Acquisition of real property interest to effectuate screening, relocation, etc.

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Sec. 1209. Public nuisance; screening or relocation, etc., of noncomplying junkyards; action to recover expenses.

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Sec. 1210. Injunction.

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Sec. 1211. Penalties.

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Sec. 1212. Agreements with the United States government.

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CHAPTER 13. VACATING PUBLIC ROADS AND BRIDGES

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Sec. 1301. Jurisdiction of Superior Court and Department of Transportation.

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Sec. 1302. Petition for vacation and/or abandonment; notice requirements.

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Sec. 1303. Definitions.

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Sec. 1304. Vacation and abandonment hearing.

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Sec. 1305. Right-of-way jurors; appointment and direction as to return.

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Sec. 1306. Damages; hearing.

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Sec. 1307. Appeal.

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Sec. 1308. Compensation and expenses of jurors and employees.

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Sec. 1309. Costs of proceedings.

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Sec. 1310. Power of railroads to vacate roads in special cases by agreement.

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Sec. 1311. Vacation of public roads by administrative action of department; procedure.

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Sec. 1312. Appeal from administrative decision.

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Sec. 1313. Road closures.

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CHAPTER 14. PUBLIC CARRIERS

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Sec. 1401. -1411. Regulation of ticket agents; penalties for violations; redemption of unused tickets; erection and maintenance of telegraph and telephone lines by railroad; fences and cattle guards; liability for damages; trespass with animals; walking on tracks; penalties; liability of those damaging railroad property; badges of railroad conductor, baggage master and brakeman; railroad car brakes; penalties for violations of Sec.Sec. 1406, 1407; free passes and franks; transportation without fare; transportation utilities; intra and interline connections; switch connections; public carriers operating buses; public liability insurance.

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CHAPTER 15. FERRY BETWEEN LEWES AND CAPE MAY

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Sec. 1501. Title to land.

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Sec. 1502. Use of lands.

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Sec. 1503. Power of condemnation.

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Sec. 1504. Right of State Highway Commissioner of the State of New Jersey to operate ferry.

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Sec. 1505. Tax exemption.

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CHAPTER 16. COMMUNICATIONS

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CHAPTER 17. DELAWARE-NEW JERSEY COMPACT

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Subchapter I. Delaware-New Jersey Compact

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Sec. 1701. Delaware-New Jersey Compact.

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Subchapter II. Effectuation; Commissioners

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Sec. 1711. Commissioners; appointment.

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Sec. 1713. Holding over of Commissioners.

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Sec. 1714. Successors.

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Sec. 1716. Removal of Commissioner.

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Sec. 1717. Political representation.

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Sec. 1718. Compensation of Commissioners.

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Sec. 1719. The Delaware River and Bay Authority.

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Sec. 1720. Veto by Governor.

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Sec. 1721. Audit.

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Sec. 1722. Geographical representation.

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Sec. 1724. Project review by Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

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Sec. 1727. Legislative approval of the condemnation of lands devoted to public use.

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Sec. 1728. Volume discount bridge toll rates.

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Sec. 1729. The Delaware River and Bay Authority -- Airports.

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CHAPTER 18. DELAWARE RIVER AND BAY AUTHORITY

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Sec. 1802. Agent for Bridge.

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Sec. 1803. Successors to the Delaware Interstate Highway Division.

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Sec. 1804. Rights of holders of Bridge bonds.

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Sec. 1805. Control of Bridge.

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CHAPTER 19. REGULATION OF UNUSED OR UNOCCUPIED AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE STATIONS

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Sec. 1901. Unused or unoccupied automotive service stations.

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Sec. 1902. Injunction.

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