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11.06.01.00.htm 11.06.01.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 06 MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION Chapter 01 Free Speech Activities on Maryland Transit Administration Premises Authority: Transportation Article, §7-204(c) Annotated Code of Maryland
11.06.01.01.htm 11.06.01.01. 01 Application.. These regulations apply to all persons engaging in free speech activities, as defined in this chapter, on MTA premises. These regulations are necessary to preserve the facilities of MTA for their dedicated purpose, to provide for the safe and efficient operation of the MTA system, and to provide guidance on the use of available MTA facilities for non-MTA purposes. In the event of any conflict between the provisions of this chapter and applicable
11.06.01.02.htm 11.06.01.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Maryland Transit Administration of the Department of Transportation established pursuant to Transportation Article, §7-201, Annotated Code of Maryland.2) "Administrator" means the Maryland Transit Administrator, whose office is established pursuant to Transportation Article, §7-202, Annotated Code of Maryland, or the Adminis3) "Authorized" means act
11.06.01.03.htm 11.06.01.03. 03 Free Speech Activity.. A. A person desiring to have a group of individuals engage in free speech activity on, in, or within an MTA facility shall notify the MTA Office of Customer Information of the intent to do so at least 5 weekdays in advance of the event to permit MTA ample time to ensure availability of free space, and allocate sufficient resources to maintain efficient operations.B. Notification of the intent to conduct a free speech activity in, on or w
11.06.01.04.htm 11.06.01.04. 04 Solicitation on MTA Vehicles Prohibited.. A person may not solicit transit patrons on any vehicle owned and operated by the MTA or under contract to the MTA. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, the solicitation of alms, funds, donations, contributions, signatures, personal information, or other information for non-MTA purposes.
11.06.01.05.htm 11.06.01.05. 05 Emergencies.. A. The Governor, Secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation, Administrator, MTA Chief of Police, or the MTA Manager of Safety and Risk Management may declare an emergency.B. In the event of an emergency:. 1) An announcement shall be made;. 2) All free speech activities shall cease for the duration of the emergency; and. 3) Non-MTA use of MTA facilities shall not resume until authorized by the Administrator.. C. MTA assumes no liabili
11.06.01.06.htm 11.06.01.06. 06 Distribution of Printed Matter.. The following guidelines apply to the sale or distribution of printed matter to the general public from vending or distribution machines located upon a MTA facility:A. A person may not engage in a sale without the prior approval of, and being subject to the terms and conditions prescribed by, the Administrator.B. A person desiring to place and operate a vending machine for the sale or distribution of printed material to the general p
11.06.01.9999.htm 11.06.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 27, 1986 (13:2 Md. R. 137). Chapter revised effective November 6, 1995 (22:22 Md. R. 1667). Regulation .01A amended effective April 7, 2008 (35:7 Md. R. 749). Regulation .03B amended effective April 7, 2008 (35:7 Md. R. 749) ―. Regulations .01―12 repealed and new Regulations .01―06 adopted effective September 20, 2010 (37:19 Md. R. 1284)
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