National Thoroughfares Act

Arrangement of Sections

1. Short title.

PART I

General

2. Application of the Act.

3. Administration of the Act.

4. Declaration of a road as a public road.

5. Powers of officers and servants.

PART II

Advisory Bodies

6. Establishment of Road Network Development Advisory Council.

7. District Road Network Development Co-ordinating Committee.

PART III

national highways

8. Declaration of national highways.

9. Declaration of Expressways.

10. Requirements of a declaration under sections 8 and 9.

PART IV

User Fee national highways

11. Minister to designate user fee national highways.

12. Authority to enter into agreements regarding user fee national highway.

13. Minister to prescribe fees to be levied for user fee national highway.

14. Driver of a vehicle on a user fee national highway to pay the fee.

PART V

Acquisition of land for construction of roads

15. Construction of a new road.

16. Construction of new national highways.

17. Prohibition of development work within a road reservation.

19. Acquisition of land vested in a Local Authority.

20. Special grants under Crown Land Ordinance.

21. Purchasing of land for re-settlement.

22. Determination to be made by a Committee.

23. Power of Authority to alienate land.

Part VI

Execution of works

24. Direction and control of works to be vested in Director-General.

25. Minister may order temporary closure of a road, public road or a national highway.

26. No services to be carried on a road, a public road or a national highway without the permission of the Authority.

27. No public service or private enterprise to make use of a road a public road or a national highway without authority.

28. Executive Engineer may remove obstructions.

29. Certain persons to be empowered to survey, measure a road, a public road or a national highway.

30. Right of entry to lands in the vicinity of a road, a public road or a national highway.

31. Erection of temporary buildings on land for construction of a road, a public road of a national highway.

32. Rubble and waste to be disposed on adjacent land.

33. Construction of temporary roads.

34. Cutting, lopping of trees to facilitate construction of a road, a public road or a national highway.

35. Erection of fences alongside a road, a public road or a national highway.

36. Drains to be kept open if so required for the construction of a road, a public road or a national highway.

37. Authorised officers to pay compensation for damage to property.

38. Vexatious conduct of officers.

PART VII

Protection of roads, public roads and national highways

39. Owners or occupiers of land adjacent to a national highway have no right of access thereto.

40. No building to commence on land adjacent to a road, a public road or a national highway without notice.

41. Obtaining permission for erection of temporary enclosures.

42. Building limits alongside a road, a public road or a national highway to be declared by Order.

43. Building approval only on obtaining licence of Executive Engineer.

44. Modification of building limit.

45. Procedure to be followed in case of erection of structures in contravention of section 42.

46. Determination of compensation in case of lands with buildings on it.

47. Valuation of buildings within building limits.

48. Acquisition of adjacent land for owners affected by building limits.

49. Application of the provisions of sections 42 to 48.

50. Obstruction, encroachment of a road, a public road or a national highway.

51. Survey to be prima facie proof.

52. Application of the provisions of the State Lands (Recovery of Possession) Act.

53. Prescription Ordinance not to apply to lands required for a road, a public road or a national highway.

54. Protection of right to use a road, a public road or a national highway.

55. Damaging a road, a public road or a national highway to be offence.

56. Painting pictures along a road, a public road or a national highway without lawful excuse an offence.

57. Director-General to impose temporary load restrictions on a road, a public road or a national highway.

58. Damage and obstruction to foot walk by excavation.

59. Obstruction of road, public road or national highway to be an offence.

60. Depositing of sand, timber on a road, a public road or a national highway to be an offence.

61. Removal of sand, stone, timber.

62. Restriction of planting trees, shrubs in or near a carriageway.

63. Executive Engineer may grant permission to plant trees, shrubs, grass, plants.

64. Depositing of dropping things or pitching.

65. Dropping earth, sand or stones on a road, a public road or a national highway to be an offence.

66. Erection of barriers across a road, a public road or a national highway.

67. Preventing soil being washed onto a road, a public road or a national highway.

68. Power to remove projections across a road, a public road or a national highways.

69. Notice of commission of offence to be given to Executive Engineer.

70. Doors along a road, a public road or a national highways not to open outwards.

71. Cutting and felling of trees overhanging onto a road, a public road or a national highways.

72. Permitting animals to stray on a road, a public road or a national highways an offence.

73. Depositing or throwing anything onto a road, a public road or a national highway to be an offence.

74. Placing ropes across a road, a public road or a national highway to be an offence.

75. Executive Engineer may require occupier of premises to do certain acts.

76. Licence to be obtained for the erection of scaffoldings on road, a public road or a national highway.

77. Depositing of building materials along a road, a public road or a national highway to be done with consent of the Executive Engineer.

78. Precautions to be taken when carrying out road works.

PART VIII

Use of Expressways and Restricted Access Highways

79. Prohibited users.

80. Maintenance of roads by community based organisations.

PART X

Miscellaneous

81. Language of notices.

82. Entering and leaving an expressway.

83. Stopping of vehicles.

84. Restriction on placing beams.

85. Control of constructions.

86. Power to restrict access to a road, a public road or a national highway.

87. Clearance of Executive Engineer essential.

88. Duty of Police officers and Grama Niladharis.

89. Regulations.

90. Repeal of Thoroughfares Ordinance and Transitional Provisions.

91. Sinhala text to prevail in case of inconsistency.

92. Interpretation.

 

40 of 2008.

AN ACT to provide for the planning, design, construction, development, maintenance and administration of an integrated public road network in Sri Lanka; to provide the legal framework necessary to facilitate private sector investment and participation in road construction, development and Maintenance; to assist the Provincial Councils and local authorities in the development and maintenance of roads; to promote and facilitate community based organisations engaging in the construction, maintenance and management of roads and public roads; and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

[Date of Commencement: 1st December, 2008]

1. Short title.

This Act may be cited as the National Thoroughfares Act.

PART I

General

2. Application of the Act.

Subject to the provisions hereinafter provided, this Act shall apply to all national highways and to all roads and all public roads declared under section 4, other than roads maintained and administered respectively by a Provincial Council or a local authority.

3. Administration of the Act.

(1) The Road Development Authority established under Act, No. 73 of 1981, (hereinafter referred to as "the Authority”) shall subject to the general directions and policy guidelines of the Minister, have the exclusive power of implementation and administration of the provisions of this Act in consultation with such other government departments or institutions as may be referred to in this Act.

(2) The Authority may also exercise all or any of the powers conferred upon the Authority by the Road Development Authority Act, No. 73 of 1981 in the implementation and administration of the provisions of this Act.

4. Declaration of a road as a public road.

(1) The Minister may in consultation with the District Road Network Development Co-ordinating Committee established under section 8, by Order published in the Gazette declare a road to be a public road:

Provided that, any road which prior to the coming into operation of this Act has been declared to be a public road, shall from and after the date of the coming into operation of this Act, be deemed to be a public road, within the meaning of this section.

(2) Every public road declared under subsection (1) shall vest in the Authority and accordingly every such public road shall be administered and maintained by the Authority.

(3) For the purposes of this Act a public road includes a canal or river.

5. Powers of officers and servants.

(1) Subject to the general direction and control of the Authority, the Director-General, the Provincial Director, Chief Engineer and Executive Engineer of the Authority shall be responsible for the implementation and administration of the provisions of this Act.

(2) —

(a) It shall be lawful for the Director-General to delegate any function assigned to him by this Act, to the Provincial Director, Chief Engineer, Executive Engineer, any officer of the Authority or any community based organisation as the ease may be.

(b) It shall be lawful for the Provincial Director to delegate any function assigned to him by this Act, to the Chief Engineer or Executive Engineer or any community based organisation as the case may be.

(c) It shall be lawful for the Chief Engineer to delegate any function assigned to him by this Act, to the Executive Engineer or any community based organisation as the case may be.

(d) It shall be lawful for the Executive Engineer to delegate any function assigned to him by this Act to any community based organisation.

(e) It shall be lawful for the Director-General to authorise any officer of the Authority, not being the Provincial Director, Chief Engineer or the Executive Engineer or a community based organisation to discharge any function assigned by this Act to the Director-General, Provincial Director, Chief Engineer, Executive Engineer or the community based organisation as the case may be.

PART II

Advisory Bodies

6. Establishment of Road Network Development Advisory Council.

(1) There shall be established a Road Network Development Advisory Council (hereinafter Referred to as the "Advisory Council”) consisting of the following—

(a) Ex-officio members—

(i) the Secretary to the Ministry of the Minister in charge of the subject of Highways, who shall be the Chairman of the Advisory Council;

(ii) a representative from the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Sri Lanka, Moratuwa, nominated by the Head of the Department;

(iii) a representative of the Institute of Chamber of Construction Industries nominated by the Institute;

(iv) a representative of the Chamber of Commerce nominated by the Chamber;

(v) a representative of the Institute of Engineers of Sri Lanka established under the Institute of Engineers of Ceylon Act, No. 17 of 1968, nominated by the Institute;

(vi) the Director-General of the National Physical Planning Department or his representative;

(vii) the Inspector-General of Police or an officer not below the rank of Deputy Inspector-General nominated by him;

(viii) a representative of the Land Use Policy Planning Division of the Ministry of Lands nominated by the Minister in charge of the subject of Lands;

(ix) a representative of the National Planning Department of the Ministry of the Minister in charge of Finance, nominated by such Minister;

(x) a representative of the Ministry of the Minister in charge of the subject of Industries, nominated by such Minister;

(xi) a representative of the Ministry of the Minister in charge of the subject of Tourism, nominated by such Minister;

(xii) a representative of the Ministry of the Minister in charge of the abject of Transport, nominated by such Minister;

(xiii) the Surveyor-General or his representative;

(xiv) a representative from the Institute of Town Planners established by the Town Planners Act, No. 23 of 1986, nominated by the Institute; and

(xv) the Commissioner of Motor Traffic Commissioner or an officer not below the rank of an Assistant Commissioner of Motor Traffic nominated by him;

(b) five members nominated by the Minister from among persons who are qualified and have experience in the fields of economics, infrastructure development, banking, power and energy, telecommunication and law.

(2) The functions of the Advisory Council shall be—

(a) to advise the Minister in the formulation of the Hierarchical Public Road Network Policy of Sri Lanka (hereinafter referred to as "the Network Policy”) including bridges and ferry services with a view to, facilitate travel time and providing easy movement with improved facility;

(b) to advice the Minister on the development of a hierarchical road network strategy designed to improve the quality of the roads;

(c) to advise the Minister on measures required to be taken in relation to road research, road planning, road development technology and road safety measures;

(d) to tender advise when required to do so on matters relating to planning of roads, national highways, expressways and restricted access highways that may be refened to the Advisory Council by the Authority;

(e) to tender advise on any other matter that may from time to time be referred to the Advisory Council by the Minister.

(3) —

(a) Every member of the Advisory Council shall be appointed by the Minister and shall, unless he earlier vacates office by death, resignation or removal hold office for a period of three years from the date of appointment and shall be eligible for re-appointment. The Minister may, if he considers it expedient to do so, by Order published in the Gazette, remove from office any member of the Advisory Council for reasons assigned therefor.

(b) A member of the Advisory Council may at any time resign his office by letter to that effect addressed to the Minister.

(c) Where any member of the Advisory Council dies, resigns or is removed from office, the Minister may appoint any other person to be a member in place of the member who dies, resigns or is removed from office.

(d) A member appointed under paragraph (c) shall, unless he earlier vacates office by death, resignation or removal, hold office for the unexpired period of the term of office of his predecessor.

(e) The Advisory Council may discharge its functions notwithstanding any vacancy among its members or any defect in the appointment of any such member.

(f) Eight members of the Advisory Council shall constitute a quorum for any meeting of the Advisory Council and subject to the provisions of this Act, the Advisory Council may regulate the procedure in regard to its meetings and the transaction of business at meetings.

(g) The members of the Advisory Council may be paid such remuneration as may be determined by the Minister in consultation with the Minister in charge of the subject of Finance.

7. District Road Network Development Co-ordinating Committee.

(1) There shall be established a District Road Network Development Co-ordinating Committee (hereinafter referred to as the "District Co-ordinating Committee”) for each District in Sri Lanka consisting of the following members—

(a) all Cabinet Ministers and other Ministers appointed by the President of Sri Lanka under the Constitution, from among the members of Parliament who represent that District in Parliament;

(b) the Chief Minister of the relevant provincial Council;

(c) all Ministers in the Board of Ministers of the relevant Provincial Council;

(d) all members of the Parliament representing the relevant District;

(e) all members of the Provincial Council representing the relevant District;

(f) all Heads of Local Authorities within the relevant District;

(g) Chief Secretary of the relevant Provincial Council;

(h) District Secretary of the relevant District;

(i) all Divisional Secretaries of the relevant District;

(j) relevant Provincial Director of the Road Development Authority who shall be the Secretary of the District Co-ordinating Committee;

(k) all District Heads of all Government Agencies of the relevant district;

(l) a representative from each of the Community Based Organisations formed by the road user communities in the Districts.

(2) The Minister may nominate a person from among the members referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) to be the Chairman of the District Co-ordinating Committee.

(3) The functions of the District Co-ordinating Committee shall be—

(i) to formulate an Integrated Road Network Development and Maintenance Action Plan for the District;

(ii) to co-ordinate and supervise all road network development and maintenance activities, within the District;

(iii) to direct with the concurrence of the Minister, any Government Agency or any person to undertake any road network development project or scheme within the District and to regulate and supervise the implementation of such projects or schemes;

(iv) to recommend the Minister to undertake and execute the road development projects including new constructions or any widening or deviation of an existing road.

(4) The Integrated Road Network Development and Maintenance Action Plan specified in subsection (3) means a plan specifying road development projects in the District to be undertaken by the Road Development Authority, the relevant Provincial Council, the relevant local authorities and other relevant agencies. Such Plan shall be prepared for a period of five years and shall include a Schedule of the required capital for the implementation of the development and maintenance projects set out therein.

(5) The provisions of subsection (3) of section 6 shall mutatis mutandis apply to and in relation to the period of membership, vacation of membership, appointment of a member to a vacant post in the District Co-ordinating Committee and other related matters of a District Co-ordinating Committee.

PART III

national highways

8. Declaration of national highways.

(1) The Minister may by Order published in the Gazette declare any road or public road or classes of roads or public roads to be a national highway or national highways, as the case may be.

(2) The Minister may declare a road or a public road as a national highway under subsection (1) if he is satisfied that—

(a) the road or public road crosses at least one provincial boundary and connects two or more provincial centres and is a principal thoroughfare for long distance movement of vehicular traffic;

(b) the road or public road connects two trunk roads on which the volume of vehicular traffic is more than two hundred and fifty vehicles per day;

(c) the road or public road passes through important town centres;

(d) the road or public road has strategic bridge crossing points across major rivers, providing connection to other national highways;

(e) the road or public road provides access to a place of national importance or a special project of the government; or

(f) the road or public road provides access to an institution, structure, site or area the subject matter of which is set out in the List II (Reserved List) of the Constitution.

9. Declaration of Expressways.

(1) The Minister may by Order published in the Gazette designate a national highway declared in terms of section  8, to be—

(a) an expressway; or

(b) a restricted access highway.

(2) For a national highway to be designated as an expressway or as a restricted access highway, as the case may be, under subsection (1)—

(a) the national highway should be designed specially for high speed movement of vehicular traffic with minimum interference to such high speed traffic movements;

(b) the national highway should not serve the properties bordering it.

(3) The Minister may designate a national highway to be an expressway under subsection (1), if he is satisfied that the number of interchanges that affects high speed movement of vehicular traffic along that national highway is minimal.

(4) The Minister may designate a national highway to be a restricted access highway under subsection (1), if he is satisfied that the number or interchanges affecting high speed movement of vehicular traffic along that national highway is relatively more in number.

10. Requirements of a declaration under sections 8 and 9.

(1) Every declaration under sections 8 and 9 shall—

(a) be accompanied by a plan—

(i) specifying the land area which comprises the national highway;

(ii) specifying the interchanges along the national highway;

(iii) specifying the components of the national highway;

(iv) specifying the building limits and the length and breath of the right of way; and

(b) specify the name by which such national highway shall be identified.

PART IV

User Fee national highways

11. Minister to designate user fee national highways.

(1) The Minister may by Order published in the Gazette, designate the whole or part of an expressway, as a user fee national highway.

(2) The designation referred to in subsection (1) may if so required, specify a period during which such designation shall be in operation.

12. Authority to enter into agreements regarding user fee national highway.

(1) The Authority may enter into an agreement with any person including a Government Department, Public Corporation or Private Institution (hereinafter in this part referred to as the "operator”) in respect of the design, construction, operation, maintenance, development and overall management of a user fee national highway.

(2) The Director-General may by Order published in the Gazette delegate to the operator such powers, duties and functions of the Authority as may be specified therein. The Director-General may notwithstanding such delegation continue to exercise, perform and discharge the powers, duties and functions so delegated.

(3) The agreement referred to in subsection (1) may provide for—

(a) the provision of funds for financing the design, construction, operation, development and maintenance of a user fee national highway or part thereof;

(b) the purchase, lease or assignment of land for a user;

(c) the operation, management, maintenance and improvement of a user fee national highway;

(d) the allocation of rights, liabilities and duties of each party to the agreement;

(e) the mode of adjusting of transactions in conformity with foreign currency fluctuations and inflation;

(f) the re-negotiation of the terms of such agreement and provisions for contingencies;

(g) the mode of collecting user fees from the users of the user fee national highway;

(h) the payment of remuneration of the operators and other employees;

(i) the allocation and distribution of income derived from the fees referred to in paragraph (g);

(j) the specifying of performance requirements, performance measures and consequences arising from failure to meet such performance requirements; and

(k) the settlement by conciliation or arbitration of disputes relating to the agreement including mandatory procedures, evidentiary provisions and allocation of the cost of conciliation or arbitration.

13. Minister to prescribe fees to be levied for user fee national highway.

The Minister may, prescribe the fees to be levied from all vehicles used in a user fee national highway and may prescribe different fees for different categories of vehicles. The Minister may also prescribe the categories of vehicles exempted from the payment of the fee.

14. Driver of a vehicle on a user fee national highway to pay the fee.

(1) The driver of a vehicle used on a user fee national highway shall pay the fee referred to in section 13 at the prescribed places and to the prescribed persons.

(2) The driver of a vehicle who contravenes the provisions of subsection (1) shall commit an offence and shall on conviction after summary trial by a Magistrate be liable, in the case of—

(a) first offence to a fine not exceeding five thousand rupees; and

(b) second or subsequent offence to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand rupees.

PART V

Acquisition of land for construction of roads

15. Construction of a new road.

(1) The Minister may, on the recommendation of the relevant District Road Network Co-ordinating Committee, or Provincial Council or Local Authority as may be relevant, or the appropriate Divisional Secretary of the relevant area or Community Based Organisation operating within such area, authorise—

(a) the construction of a new road or a public road; or

(b) the widening of an existing road or public road or any deviations to such road or public road.

(2) The Minister shall, where he authorises the construction of a new road or public road under subsection (1) direct the Authority to prepare a survey plan depicting the land area required for the construction of such road or public road, specifying the length and breadth of such road, including its reservations and its building limits.

(3) The Minister shall, where he authorises the widening, improvement or any deviation of a road or a public road under subsection (1) direct the Authority to prepare a survey plan depicting the land required for such road or public road widening or for such deviation specifying the new length and breadth of such road, including its reservations and its new building limits.

(4) The Minister shall by Order published in the Gazette declare the land area or any interest therein depicted in the survey plan referred to in subsection (2) or subsection (3) as the case may be, to be a road reservation or a public road reservation as the case may be.

(5) Upon publication of the Order in the Gazette, the provisions of this Act, relating to the prohibition of the erection or re-erection of any structures within a building limit shall apply to and in relation to the area of land specified in such Order.

16. Construction of new national highways.

(1) The Minister may on the recommendation of the Advisory Council or the Authority or the Director-General as the case may be, authorise the construction of a new national highway.

(2) The Minister shall where he authorises the construction of a new national highway direct the Authority to prepare a survey plan of the proposed national highway depicting the area of land required for construction of such national highway including the facilities for recreation, leisure, marketing and other ancillary services, the length and breadth of such national highway, the reservations and the building limits, proposed interchanges and intersections along such highway, if any.

(3) The Minister may on the recommendation of the Advisory Council or the Authority or the Director-General authorise the widening improvement or deviation of an existing national highway.

(4) The Minister shall where he authorises widening improving or deviation of a national highway under subsection (3), direct the Authority to prepare a survey plan depicting the area of land that is required for such widening or for such deviation, including the facilities for recreational, leisure, marketing and other ancillary services specifying the new length and breadth of such national highway including its reservation and its new building limits and interchangers and intersections if any.

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