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11.05.05.00.htm 11.05.05.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 05 MARYLAND PORT ADMINISTRATION Chapter 05 The World Trade Center Baltimore Building and Grounds Authority: Transportation Article, §6-101, 6-201, 6-201.2(b)2) and 6-204(c)i)j) and (l) Annotated Code of Maryland; Executive Order 01.01.1992.20
11.05.05.01.htm 11.05.05.01. 01 Application.. This chapter applies to all persons using World Trade Center (WTC) Property in any manner, whether tenants, MPA employees, or members of the public, including visitors, invitees, deliverymen, contractors, and the like.
11.05.05.02.htm 11.05.05.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “9/11 Memorial” means the marble plinth and the steel artifact from the World Trade Center New York mounted upon it located near the center of the WTC Plaza, the three limestone blocks from the Pentagon located at the east side of the WTC Plaza, the three black monoliths representing the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 at Shanksville, PA, also located at the east sid
11.05.05.03.htm 11.05.05.03. 03 Use of WTC Property.. A. Those using the WTC building, whether tenants, clients, or members of the public, are subject to the security procedures adopted by the MPA to control access to and within the building.B. The WTC building shall be open to tenants at all times, subject to WTC security procedures, except that the WTC building may be closed to tenants in emergency situations.C. The area of the WTC building operated by the City of Baltimore as a public observation area on th
11.05.05.04.htm 11.05.05.04. 04 Security.. A. Security for WTC Property may be provided by the MdTA Police or the MdTA Police's designee, and any security firm under contract or subcontract with the MPA.B. The MPA or the MdTA Police may:. 1) Establish and maintain a roster of persons authorized for regular access to the building;. 2) Issue WTC identification badges to persons authorized for regular access to the building;. 3) Issue WTC visitor badges to persons qualifying for temporary access to the building;.
11.05.05.05.htm 11.05.05.05. 05 Fire Safety.. A. In the event of a fire emergency or a fire drill, those on WTC Property shall obey the instructions of the MdTA Police, the MPA, and the responding authority.B. Use of the elevators during a fire emergency or fire drill is prohibited, except when directed by the Baltimore City Fire Department.C. A person may not tamper or interfere with fire-fighting equipment or fire-alarm systems, including detection and monitoring devices.1) Post evacuation routes;.
11.05.05.06.htm 11.05.05.06. 06 Preservation of Property.. A. A person may not:. 1) Climb upon, damage, deface, destroy, disturb, harm, injure, remove, tamper with, or throw objects at or from any building, detection device, equipment, fixture, flower, improvement, marker, monitor, shrubbery, sign, structure, trees, or vegetation on WTC Property, unless authorized to do so by the MPA.2) Willfully abandon any personal property on WTC Property.. 3) Dump, deposit, throw, or leave, or cause or per
11.05.05.07.htm 11.05.05.07. 07 Vehicles.. A. Vehicles on WTC Property shall be operated in a safe and careful manner, complying with directions of the MPA, the MdTA Police, and posted signs.B. Vehicles may not:. 1) Block or obstruct entrances, driveways, walks, or loading dock;. 2) Be parked in unauthorized locations, or in locations reserved for other persons;. 3) Be parked in the WTC parking areas or loading dock unless authorized by the MPA.. C. Vehicles, including motor vehicles, motorcycles
11.05.05.08.htm 11.05.05.08. 08 Prohibited Activities.. A. Disorderly conduct, or conduct which creates loud and unseemly noises, or profane cursing, swearing, or using of obscene language, or conduct which unreasonably disturbs the tenants or the public in the course of normal business activity on WTC Property, or which disturbs the peace, is prohibited.B. Conduct which obstructs sidewalks, entrances, walkways, corridors, elevators, offices, stairways, or parking areas, or conduct which otherwise obst
11.05.05.09.htm 11.05.05.09. 09 First Amendment Activities.. A. First Amendment Activities Covered by these Regulations.. 1) “Demonstration” means a gathering of persons for the purpose of expressing a group opinion to observers through use of their speech, signs, and/or expressive conduct, excluding expression of a message for commercial purposes.2) “Distribution” means the distribution of literature and materials for the exposition of ideas and opinions in the exercise of freedom of speech, as
11.05.05.10.htm 11.05.05.10. 41:01 .10 Permits.. A. The procedures in §C of this regulation shall be followed in applying for a permit to engage in demonstration, distribution, or solicitation on WTC Property.B. In granting a permit, the WTC Manager shall exercise no discretion except as provided in these regulations.C. Procedures.. 1) Any group or organization of 15 or more persons seeking to engage in demonstration, distribution, or solicitation on WTC Property must first obtain a written permit from th
11.05.05.11.htm 11.05.05.11. 11 Refusal to Leave WTC Property Upon Request.. The WTC Property is subject to Criminal Law Article, §6-409, Annotated Code of Maryland. A person refusing or failing to leave WTC Property, upon proper request to do so by an authorized agent of the MPA, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction may be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned for not more than 6 months, or both.
11.05.05.12.htm 11.05.05.12. 12 Penalties.. A. An MdTA Police officer may arrest violators and issue citations for violations of the regulations in this chapter. Violations are considered misdemeanors and a conviction may result in penalties in accordance with Transportation Article, §6-602, Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Except as otherwise provided by law or by these regulations, the maximum penalties for violating any of the regulations in this chapter are a fine of $500 or imprisonment f
11.05.05.9999.htm 11.05.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 24, 1978 (5:6 Md. R. 468). Chapter revised effective September 27, 1982 (9:19 Md. R. 1895). Regulation .02 amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2429). Regulation .08D and H amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2429). Regulations .09B and .10A amended effective December 5, 1983 (10:24 Md. R. 2189). Regulation .10 amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2429) ―.
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