Road Traffic Act

Motor Vehicles (Third Party Risks) Regulations 1963

[GN 8 of 1963 – 1 April 1963] [Section 71]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicles (Third Party Risks) Regulations 1963.

2. In these regulations –

"company" means an authorised insurer within the meaning of Part V of the Act or a body of persons by whom a security may be given in pursuance of the said Part V;

"policy" –

(a) means such policy of insurance in respect of third party risks arising out of the use of motor vehicles as specified in Part V of the Act; and

(b) includes a covering note;

"security" means such security in respect of third party risks arising out of the use of motor vehicles as complies with the requirements of Part V of the Act.

3. These regulations shall not apply to invalid carriages specified, and vehicles falling within section 55(3) of the Act.

4. (1) A company shall issue to every holder of a security, or of a policy other than a covering note issued by the company –

(a) in the case of a policy or security relating to a specified vehicle, a certificate of insurance in form A or a certificate of security in form D set out in the Schedule in respect of each such vehicle;

(b) in the case of a policy or security relating to a vehicle other than a specified vehicle, such number of certificates in form B or form D set out in the Schedule as may be necessary to enable the requirements of section 68(1) of the Act and of these regulations as to the production of evidence that a motor vehicle is not being driven in contravention of section 55 of the Act to be complied with:

Provided that where a security is intended to cover the use of more than 10 motor vehicles at one time, the company by which it was issued may subject to the consent of the Minister issue one certificate only and where such consent has been given, the holder of the security may issue duplicate copies of such certificate duly authenticated by him up to such number and subject to such conditions as the Minister
may determine.

(2) Every policy in the form of a covering note issued by a company shall have printed thereon or on the back thereof a certificate of insurance in the form C set out in the Schedule.

5. (1) Every certificate of insurance or certificate of security shall be duly authenticated by or on behalf of the company by which it is issued.

(2) The certificate referred to in paragraph (1) shall be issued not later than 4 days after the date on which the policy or security is issued or renewed.

6. Where, under the terms of a policy or security relating to a specified motor vehicle, the holder is entitled to drive any other motor vehicle than that specified without contravention of section 55 of the Act, the company by which the policy or security was issued may, and shall on demand being made to them by the holder, issue to him a further certificate of insurance in form A or B, set out in the Schedule, or a further certificate of security, as the case may be.

7. The following evidence that a motor vehicle is, or was, not being driven in contravention of section 55 of the Act, may be produced by the driver of such motor vehicle on being required to do so by a police officer under section 68 of the Act, as an alternative to the production of a certificate of insurance or a certificate of security –

(a) a duplicate copy of a certificate of security issued under regulation 4(1)(b);

(b) in the case of a motor vehicle of which the owner has, for the time being, deposited with the Accountant-General such sum as may be deemed sufficient by the Accountant-General under section 55(3)(b) of the Act, a certificate in the Form E set out in the Schedule, signed by the owner of the motor vehicle or by some person authorised by him.

[Reg. 7 amended by s. 3 of Act 9 of 1972 w.e.f. 20 June 1972.]

8. Any certificate issued under regulation 7(b) shall be destroyed by the person by whom it was issued before the motor vehicle to which it relates is sold or otherwise disposed of.

9. (1) Every certificate issued under Part V of the Act and these regulations shall be printed and completed in black on white paper or similar material.

(2) No certificate issued under paragraph (1) shall contain any advertising matter, on the face or on the back thereof:

Provided that the name and address of a company by whom a certificate is issued or a reproduction of the seal of the company or any monogram or similar device of the company or the name and address of an insurance broker shall not be deemed to be advertising matter for the purposes of this regulation if it is printed or stamped at the foot or on the back of such certificate.

10. Every person applying for a licence under section 22 of the Act shall produce any necessary certificate of insurance, certificate of security or duplicate copy of a certificate of security issued under regulation 4(1)(b) indicating that on the date when the licence comes into operation, there will be in force the necessary policy or the necessary security in relation to the user of the motor vehicle by the applicant or by other persons on his order or with his permission:

Provided that there may be produced in lieu thereof –

(a) in the case of a motor vehicle of which the owner has, for the time being, deposited with the Accountant-General such sum as shall be deemed sufficient by the Accountant-General under section 55(3)(b) of the Act, a certificate signed by the owner of the vehicle or by some person authorised by him in that behalf that such deposit has been made;

(b) in the case where the motor vehicle is one of more than 10 motor vehicles owned by the same person in respect of which a policy or policies of insurance have been obtained by him from the same authorised insurer, a statement duly authenticated by the authorised insurer to the effect that on the date when the licence becomes operative an insurance policy which complies with Part V of the Act will be in force in relation to the motor vehicle.

11. (1) Every company by whom a policy or a security is issued shall keep a record of the following particulars and of any certificates issued in connection therewith –

(a) the full name and address of the person to whom the policy, security or certificate is issued;

(b) in the case of a policy relating to a specified motor vehicle or to specified motor vehicles, the index mark and registration number of each such motor vehicle;

(c) the date on which the policy or security comes into force and the date on which it expires;

(d) in the case of a policy the conditions subject to which the persons or classes of persons specified in the policy will be indemnified;

(e) in the case of counterfoil books of certificates of insurance such particulars as are required by section 57(3) of the Act;

(f) in the case of a security the conditions subject to which the undertaking given by the company under the security will be implemented,

and every such record shall be preserved for 5 years from the date of expiry of the policy or security.

(2) Any person who deposits with the Accountant-General such sum as may be deemed sufficient by the Accountant-General under section 55(3)(b) of the Act shall keep a record of the motor vehicles owned by him and of any certificates issued by him or on his behalf under these regulations in respect of such motor vehicles and of the withdrawal or destruction of any
such certificates.

(3) Any person, authority or company by whom records of documents are required to be kept by these regulations shall, without charge, furnish to the Minister or to the Commissioner of Police or to the Road Transport Commissioner on request any particulars thereof.

12. Where to the knowledge of a company a policy or security issued by them ceases to be effective without the consent of the person to whom it was issued otherwise than by effluxion of time or by reason of his death, the company shall forthwith notify the Road Transport Commissioner of the date on which the policy or security ceased to be effective.

13. (1) Where with the consent of the person to whom it was issued, a policy or security is transferred or suspended or ceases to be effective otherwise than by effluxion of time, such person shall forthwith return any relative certificates to the company by which it was issued and a new policy or security shall not be issued to that person, nor shall the said policy or security be transferred to any other person, unless and until the certificate has been returned to the company or the company is satisfied that the certificate has been lost or destroyed.

(2) Where a motor vehicle is sold or otherwise transferred, the person selling or transferring the motor vehicle shall, when returning any relative certificate to the company by which it was issued, give notification to such company of the sale or transfer together with the name and address of the person to whom the motor vehicle has been sold or transferred.

14. (1) Where any company by which a certificate of insurance or a certificate of security has been issued is satisfied that the certificate has become defaced or has been lost or destroyed it shall, if so requested by the person to whom the certificate was issued, issue to him an exact copy of such certificate.

(2) In the case of a defaced certificate the company, shall not issue a fresh certificate unless the defaced certificate is returned to the company.

15. Every statutory declaration made for the purpose of section 61(2)(c) or 67 of the Act shall be delivered to the insurer in the same manner as a certificate.

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SCHEDULE

FORM A

THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT

CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

Policy no. ..... Certificate no. .....

(Optional)

1.

Index mark and Registration number of vehicle ......................................................

2. Name of Policy holder .................................................................................................

3. Effective date of the commencement of insurance for the purposes of the Act .....

........................................................................................................................................

4. Date of expiry of insurance .........................................................................................

5. Persons or classes of persons entitled to drive* .......................................................

........................................................................................................................................

6. Limitations as to use*..................................................................................................

I/We hereby certify that the policy to which this certificate relates is issued in accordance with Part V of the Road Traffic Act.

........................................

Registered Insurer

*Limitations rendered inoperative by section 60 of the Road Traffic Act, set out under this heading, do not apply in respect of the insurance which is required by the said Act.

Counterfoil

Certificate no. .....

1. Name of policy holder ...............................................................

2. Registered number of vehicle ...................................................

3. Period covered ............................................................................

4. Date of issue of certificate .........................................................

...........................................................................

Signature of person issuing certificate

FORM B

THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT

CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

Policy no. ..... Certificate no. .....

(Optional)

1. Description of vehicle .................................................................................................

2. Name of policy holder ................................................................................................

3. Effective date of the commencement of insurance for the purposes of the Act ....

........................................................................................................................................

4. Date of expiry of insurance .........................................................................................

5. Persons or classes of persons entitled to drive..........................................................

6. Limitations as to use*..................................................................................................

I/We hereby certify that the policy to which this certificate relates is issued in accordance with Part V of the Road Traffic Act.

.......................................

Registered Insurer

*Limitations rendered inoperative by section 60 of the Road Traffic Act, set out under this heading, do not apply in respect of the insurance which is required by the said Act.

Counterfoil

Certificate no. .....

1. Name of policy holder ................................................................................................

2. Description of vehicles ................................................................................................

3. Period covered .............................................................................................................

4. Date of issue of certificate ...........................................................................................

...........................................................................

Signature of person issuing certificate

FORM C

THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACTt

CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

I/We hereby certify that this covering note is issued in accordance with the provisions of Part V of the Road Traffic Act.

.........................................................

Registered Insurer

FORM D

THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT

CERTIFICATE OF SECURITY

Certificate no. ..... Security no. .....

(Optional)

1. Name of holder of security .........................................................................................

2. Effective date of commencement of security for the purposes of the Act ..............

........................................................................................................................................

3. Date of expiry of security ............................................................................................

4. Conditions to which security is subject* ....................................................................

I/We hereby certify that the security to which this certificate relates is issued in accordance with Part V of the Road Traffic Act.

.....................................................................

(Authorised under Part V of the
Road Traffic Act to issue securiti
es)

*Conditions rendered inoperative by section 60 of the Road Traffic Act set out under this heading do not apply in respect of the insurance which is required by the said Act.

FORM E

THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT

Certificate of Deposit

I/We hereby certify that I am/we are the owner/owners of the vehicle of which the registration mark and number are ........................................ and that in pursuance of section 55(3)(b) of the Road Traffic Act. I/we have deposited with the Accountant-General the sum of ............... rupees.

...................................

Signature

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Road Traffic (Bicycle Races) Regulations 1965

[GN 75 of 1965 – 7 August 1965] [Section 190]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (Bicycle Races) Regulations 1965.

2. In these regulations –

"approved vehicle" means a motor vehicle used in connection with the organisation and running of a bicycle race;

"promoter", in relation to a bicycle race, means the person who organises or is responsible for the organisation or arrangement of the race;

"race" includes a trial of speed.

3. It shall not be lawful for any person to promote or to take part in a bicycle race on a road without the written permission of the Commissioner of Police.

4. (1) A promoter of a bicycle race shall, at least 14 days before the date of the intended race, apply to the Commissioner of Police for permission to organise such race.

(2) The application under paragraph (1) shall be in writing and shall contain the following particulars –

(a) the date on which the race is to take place;

(b) the time at which it will start and its approximate duration;

(c) the proposed route to be followed; and

(d) the registration number of approved vehicles.

5. The Commissioner of Police may refuse permission for the promotion of a bicycle race or may, when granting any such permission, impose such conditions as he may consider necessary for the safety or convenience of the public, including conditions as to –

(a) the time at which the race is to take place;

(b) the route to be followed; and

(c) the number of approved vehicles.

6. It shall be lawful for any police officer not below the rank of Inspector to discontinue, at any time, any bicycle race if, for reasons of safety or of convenience to the public generally, he considers it necessary that such race should be discontinued.

7. The driver of each approved vehicle shall keep affixed to the windscreen in a conspicuous place, a red card of a type to be approved by the Commissioner of Police and issued by the promoter of the race.

8. (1) A promoter of any bicycle race shall cause an approved vehicle to precede the runner who leads the race.

(2) The approved vehicle shall clearly display in a conspicuous position on the front a white placard with the words "Caution – Cycle Race" in red or black letters, not less than 8 inches in height and one inch in width.

9. The driver of every approved vehicle shall proceed in single file and keep to the near side of the road except for the purpose of overtaking slow moving traffic or stationary vehicles.

10. No person shall travel in an approved vehicle otherwise than properly seated therein.

11.

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Road Traffic (Bus Fares) Regulations 1999

[GN 168 of 1999 – 22 November 1999] [Sections 77(9) and 105]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (Bus Fares) Regulations 1999.

2. In these regulations –

"agent" means, where the licensee is not himself the driver or conductor, a
driver or conductor in the employment of the licensee;

"authorised officer" means a conductor, traffic officer, road traffic inspector or police officer;

"conductor" means any person holding a valid conductor's licence issued by the Authority and employed by the licensee;

"contract card" means a card issued by a licensee to a passenger allowing him to travel between specific places on board his bus for a pre-determined period of time in exchange of payment in advance;

"fare" means the fare payable under regulations 8, 9, 10 and 11;

"licensee" means the holder of a road service licence;

"passenger" means a person who is conveyed in a bus;

"stage" in relation to a route, means the journey between 2 places specified
in the second column of the First Schedule;

"stage number", in relation to a journey, means the number specified in the
first column of the First Schedule;

"student" means a person who –

(a) is registered as a full-time student at any primary, secondary, post-secondary or tertiary institution approved by the Ministry responsible for the subject of education, or by the Commissioner; and

(b) in the case of a student registered at a secondary, post-secondary or tertiary institution, is following a full-time course of a duration of not less than –

(i) 9 months at a secondary or tertiary institution; or

(ii) 6 months at a post-secondary institution or such other educational institution as the Commissioner may approve;

"student identity card" means an identity card in such form as the Commissioner may approve certifying that the holder is a student;

"ticket" means a receipt showing clearly –

(a) the fare paid;

(b) its serial number;

(c) the date on which it was issued;

(d) the stage number at which the passenger boarded the bus; and

(e) the name of the licensee or the registration mark of his bus, as the case may be;

"traffic officer" means a person authorised by a licensee to supervise and check the work of his conductors.

[Reg. 2 amended by reg. 3 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005; reg. 3 of GN 252 of 2006 w.e.f. 28 December 2006.]

3. Subject to regulations 9 (1), 10 (1) and 11 (1) (a), every passenger shall, on being so requested by the conductor, forthwith declare the journey on which he intends to travel, or on which he is travelling, and pay the appropriate fare.

[Reg. 3 revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 10 of 2006 w.e.f. 23 January 2006.]

4. (1) Every conductor shall, on payment of a fare, issue a ticket to every passenger.

(2) Every passenger shall –

(a) retain his ticket until the end of his journey;

(b) on demand, produce his ticket to an authorised officer;

(c) where he fails to produce his ticket on demand, pay the fare for the journey taken;

(d) where he leaves the bus without paying the proper fare, commit an offence.

5. (1) No person shall claim or accept, from a passenger, any fare other than the appropriate fare specified in these regulations for the journey on which the passenger intends to travel or is travelling.

(2) No person shall claim or accept any fare from a student, in possession of a contract card, who is travelling on a journey covered by the card.

6. For the purpose of regulations 8, 9 (2), 10 and 11, the appropriate fare shall, where the journey commences or ends at a stage which bears a stage number –

(a) which is not suffixed by an alphabet, be calculated by reference to the numerical difference between the stage number of the commencement of the journey and the stage number of the end of the journey;

(b) suffixed by an alphabet, be calculated by reference to the actual number of stages covered.

7. (1) Every passenger boarding a bus between fare stages (yellow stopping places) shall be charged from the previous fare stage.

(2) Every passenger alighting from a bus between fare stages shall be charged
the next fare stage.

8. Every adult passenger shall, in respect of a journey on any route specified in –

(a) the first column of the Second Schedule, pay the corresponding fare specified in the second column of that Schedule;

(b) paragraphs 1 to 3 of the Third Schedule, pay the corresponding fare specified in the second column of that Schedule.

[Reg. 8 amended by reg. 3 of GN 71 of 2001 w.e.f. 1 July 2001.]

9. (1) No fare shall be paid in respect of a child under the age of 3 who does
not occupy a seat.

(2) Every child –

(a) under the age of 3 who occupies a seat; or

(b) who has attained the age of 3 but who is under the age of 13,

and who is travelling in a bus for a journey specified in the first column of the Second or Third Schedule, as the case may be, shall pay the corresponding fare specified in the third column of that Schedule.

10. (1) Every –

(a) senior citizen holding an identity card with the 'Senior Citizen' logo; or

(b) disabled person holding a free travel bus pass,

shall not pay any fare in respect of any journey undertaken on a bus other than an air conditioned bus.

(2) Where the senior citizen –

(a) is not yet the holder of an identity card with the "Senior Citizen" logo; but

(b) produces his existing free travel bus pass,

he shall not pay any fare for the journey.

(3) Where the senior citizen or disabled person is not in possession of his identity card or his free travel bus pass, he shall, for the journey undertaken, pay the corresponding fare specified in the second column of the Second or Third Schedule, as the case may be.

(4) Every senior citizen or disabled person shall, on demand, produce his identity card or free travel bus pass to an authorised officer.

(5) The Commissioner may, on –

(a) being satisfied that the free travel bus pass has been lost, damaged or defaced; and

(b) payment of a fee of 100 rupees,

issue the duplicate of a free travel bus pass to a disabled person.

(6) For the purpose of this regulation –

"free travel bus pass" means a pass issued –

(a) to a senior citizen by the Ministry responsible for the subject of social security; or

(b) to a disabled person by the Commissioner, free of charge at the time of a first application;

"identity card" means a National Identity Card issued under section 5 of the National Identity Card Act.

[Reg. 10 revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 124 of 2005 w.e.f. 15 August 2005; amended by reg. 3 of GN 82 of 2007 w.e.f. 15 June 2007; revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 213 of 2013 w.e.f. 16 September 2013.]

11. (1) (a) Every student who, on any school day, boards a bus for the journey between his place of residence and the institution attended by him or back, as specified on his student identity card, shall not pay any fare on production of his student identity card.

(b) Where the student is not in possession of his student identity card, he shall, for the journey undertaken, in the case of a student who –

(i) is under the age of 13, pay the corresponding fare specified in the third column of the Second Schedule;

(ii) has attained the age of 13, pay the corresponding fare specified in the second column of the Second Schedule.

(2) On any day other than a school day, every student shall, in the case of a student who –

(a) is under the age of 13, pay the corresponding fare specified in the third column of the Second or Third Schedule;

(b) has attained the age of 13, pay the corresponding fare specified in the fourth column of the Second or Third Schedule,

as the case may be, on production of his student identity card.

(3) In this regulation –

"school day" means a day approved by the Ministry responsible for the subject of education as being a day when normal classes are being run for the student attending a primary, secondary, post-secondary or tertiary institution.

[Reg. 11 revoked and replaced by reg. 4 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005; amended by reg. 4 of GN 252 of 2006 w.e.f. 28 December 2006.]

11A. (1) Notwithstanding regulations 5, 8, 9, 10 and 11, any passenger travelling in an air conditioned bus shall pay such fare as may be charged by the licensee for the journey on which the passenger intends to travel or is travelling.

(2) Where the air conditioning system does not function in an air conditioned bus, the licensee shall charge the fare specified in the Second or Third Schedule, as the case may be.

(3) For the purpose of this regulation –

"air conditioned bus" means a bus which is approved as such by the Commissioner.

(4) There shall be displayed inside an air conditioned bus such label as may be approved by the Commissioner indicating that the bus is an air conditioned bus.

[Reg. 11A inserted by reg. 4 of GN 71 of 2001 w.e.f. 1 July 2001.]

11B. Any licensee, or his agent, who refuses to admit, on a bus in which accommodation is available, a student, pensioner or disabled person waiting to board the bus at a bus stop shall commit an offence.

[Reg. 11B added by reg. 5 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005.]

12. (1) No student identity card shall be valid unless it has been issued by
the Commissioner.

(2) A student identity card shall be issued under paragraph (1), where the application for the card is made –

(a) within the time limit set by the Commissioner, on payment of a fee of 100 rupees;

(b) outside the time limit set by the Commissioner, on payment of an additional fee of 200 rupees.

(3) The Commissioner may, on –

(a) being satisfied that the card has been lost, damaged or defaced; and

(b) payment of a fee of 300 rupees,

issue the duplicate of a student identity card.

(4) Where any information contained in a student identity card has to be rectified or amended, the Commissioner shall –

(a) cancel the original card issued to the student;

(b) on payment of a fee of 300 rupees, issue a fresh student identity card.

[Reg. 12 revoked and replaced by reg. 6 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005; amended by reg. 4 of GN 10 of 2006 w.e.f. 23 January 2006; reg. 5 of GN 252 of 2006 w.e.f. 28 December 2006.]

13. A student identity card shall –

(a) be in such form as the Commissioner may approve;

(b) bear the photograph of the holder;

(c) state the full name and date of birth of the student;

(d) state the name and type of the educational institution which the student is attending;

(e) contain any other information as the Commissioner may require;

(f) be valid for a period not exceeding 12 months from the date of issue or such longer period as the Commissioner may determine; and

(g) bear the signature of the Commissioner.

[Reg. 13 revoked and replaced by reg. 6 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005; amended by reg. 5 of GN 10 of 2006 w.e.f. 23 January 2006.]

13A. Where a student identity card has expired or is about to expire, its validity may pending the processing of the application for a new card, be extended for such period as the Commissioner may determine.

[Reg. 13A inserted by reg. 6 of GN 252 of 2006 w.e.f. 28 December 2006.]

14. A student identity card in respect of a student attending a post-secondary or tertiary institution shall be issued on production of a duly signed letter from the management of that institution certifying that the student is attending the said institution on a full-time basis.

[Reg. 14 deleted and replaced by reg. 6 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005.]

15. Every student shall, on demand, produce his student identity card to an authorised officer.

[Reg. 15 revoked and replaced by reg. 6 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005.]

15A.

[Reg. 15A inserted by reg. 6 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005.]

16. A licensee shall –

(a) on an application made by a student holding a student identity card; and

(b) on payment of the fee as specified in regulation 17,

issue to the student a contract card.

17. Every student who purchases a contract card in respect of a journey specified in the first column of the Second or Third Schedule, as the case may be, shall pay such amount which shall be calculated by multiplying the corresponding fare specified in the fourth column of the Second or Third Schedule, as the case may be, by the
number of days in respect of the period to which the contract card relates.

18. (1) Every student who is issued a contract card shall carry the contract card with him on every journey to which the contract card relates.

(2) Every student shall, on demand, produce his student identity card or contract card to an authorised officer.

19. (1) Subject to paragraph (2), any person who contravenes these regulations shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding 1,000 rupees.

(2) Where it is reported to the Commissioner that a licensee or his agent has contravened regulation 11B and no criminal proceedings are being instituted against him, the licensee shall, on such contravention being established to the satisfaction of the Commissioner, be liable –

(a) in the case of a first contravention, to forfeit 5 days' payment;

(b) in the case of a second or subsequent contravention committed within a continuous period of 6 months from the date of the first or previous contravention, as the case may be, to forfeit 10 days' payment,

from the amount payable to him in respect of that bus as specified in each of the Agreements signed –

(i) on 12 August 2005 by the Government and the bus companies;

(ii) on 12 August 2005 by the Government and the bus owners co-operative societies;

(iii) on 8 August 2005 by the Government and the individual bus operators who are not members of the bus owners co-operative societies according to the notes of meeting dated 8 August 2005 between the National Transport Authority and the operators.

[Reg. 19 revoked and replaced by reg. 7 of GN 157 of 2005 w.e.f. 1 September 2005.]

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FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

ROUTE 1

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 1A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Serge Alfred Swimming Pool)
7. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
8. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
9. Rose Hill (Market)

ROUTE 1B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Cascadelle (Beenessreesing House)
7. Rose Hill (Junction Van Der Meersch/Malartic Streets)
8. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 1C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6A. Barkly (Housing Estate)
6. Beau Bassin (Serge Alfred Swimming Pool)
7. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
8. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
9. Rose Hill (Market)

ROUTE 1D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Lycée de Beau Bassin)
7. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
8. Saint Martin (Cemetery)

ROUTE 2

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pespi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Port Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
13. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
14. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 2A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Port Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
13. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
14. Forest Side

ROUTE 3

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (Bus Station)

ROUTE 3A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (Bus Station)
14. Phoenix (Indira Gandhi Indian Cultural Centre)

ROUTE 3B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Hollyrood (Optiprix Store)
14. Glen Park (Shivala)
15. Henrietta (Chapel)
16. Bord Cascade

ROUTE 3C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Bassin

ROUTE 3D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Hollyrood (Optiprix Store)
14. Glen Park (Shivala)
15. La Marie (Entrance)
16. La Marie (Terminus)

Route 4

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
2. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
3. Vacoas (SMF)
4. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
5. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillant)
6. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
7. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 4A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
2. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
3. Vacoas (SMF)
4. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
5. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
6. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
7. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 5

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. La Louise
2. Palma (Government School)
3. Palma (Junction Bassin Estate)
4. Beaux Songes (Réservoir)
5. Montée Bol (Junction Geoffroy Road)
6. Bambous (Mangues Vert Doux)
7. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
8. Bambous (Dragon Store)
9. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
10. Clarence (Beginning of Village)
11. Clarence (End of Village)
12. Rivière du Rempart Bridge
13. Tamarin (Beginning of Village)
14. Tamarin (Salt Pans)
15. La Preneuse
16. Grande Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
17. Grande Rivière Noire (Trois Bras Store)
18. Montée Bois Puant
19. Petite Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
20. Petite Rivière Noire (End of Village)
21. Case Noyale
22. La Gaulette
23. Coteau Raffin
24. Le Morne (Hotel Junction)
25A. Le Morne (Le Paradis Hotel)
26A. Le Morne (Le Berjaya Hotel)
25. Le Morne (Football Ground)
26. Le Morne (End of Village)
27. La Prairie (Beach)
28. La Prairie (Signpost '˜Dangerous Bath')
29. Macondé
30. Baie du Cap

ROUTE 5A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Baie du Cap
1. Choisy (Beginning of Village)
2. Choisy (End of Village)
3. Chamarel (Forest)
7. Chamarel (Sainte Anne Church)

ROUTE 6

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Junction Rivière du Poste
11. Rivière Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
24. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)

ROUTE 6A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Junction Rivière du Poste
11. Rivière Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chamouny

ROUTE 6B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Junction Rivière du Poste
11. Rivière Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Martiniére

ROUTE 7

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Belle (Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital)
1. Rose Belle (Gébert)
2. New Grove Branch Road (Community Health Centre)
3. Gros Billot (Samputh's House)
4. Mare Tabac (Bridge)
5. Joli Bois (S.E. Office)
6. Rivière du Poste (Kalimaye)
7. Junction Rivière du Poste
8. Rivière Dragon
9. Riche Bois
10. Camp Diable
11. Saint Amand Bridge
12. Château Bénarés
13A. Bénarés Village
13. Batimarais
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
24. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)

ROUTE 8

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Souillac (Bus Station)
1. Surinam (Mosque)
2. Surinam (Peerally Store)
3. Contour Léon
4. Belle Vue
5. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
6. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
7. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)
8. Beau Champ (Bridge)
9. Beau Champ (End of Village)
10. Bel Ombre (Beginning of Village)
11. Bel Ombre (Government School)
12. Saint Martin (Michael Leal Road)
13. Baie du Cap

ROUTE 8B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Souillac (Bus Station)
1. Surinam (Mosque)
2. Surinam (Peerally Store)
3. Contour Léon
4. Belle Vue
5. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
6. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
7. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)
8. Beau Champ (Bridge)
9. Beau Champ (End of Village)
10. Bel Ombre (Beginning of Village)
11. Bel Ombre (Government School)
12. Saint Martin (Michael Leal Road)
13. Baie du Cap
14. Choisy (Beginning of Village)
15. Choisy (End of Village)

ROUTE 9

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. La Rosa
11. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
12. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
13. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
14. Plaisance (Grotto)
15A. SSR International Airport
15. Madame Dayla
16. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
17. Mahébourg (Bus Station)

ROUTE 10

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Mahébourg (Bus Station)
1. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
2. Madame Dayla
3. Plaisance (Grotto)
4A. SSR International Airport
4. Plaine Magnien
5. Union Vale
6. Trois Boutiques
7. Plein Bois
8. L'Escalier (Police Station)
9. La Sourdine
10. Savannah (Sugar Estate Entrance)
11. Saint Amand Bridge
12A. Camp Diable
13A. Riche Bois (Tookay Temple)
12. Château Bénarés
13. Batimarais
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
24. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)

ROUTE 10A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. La Rosa
11. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
12. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
13. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
14. Union Vale
15. Trois Boutiques
16. Plein Bois
17. L'Escalier (Police Station)
18. La Sourdine

ROUTES 11 AND 11A

Route 11 – Mahébourg (Bus Station) - Saint Hubert (Terminus)

Route 11A – Mahébourg (Bus Station) - Le Val

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Mahébourg (Bus Station)
1. Ville Noire
2. Grand Bel Air (Wan Sek Lau's Shop)
3. Bel Air Road (Grand Port Junction)
4. Riche-en-Eau (Sugar Factory)
5. Saint Hilaire (Château Rochecouste-Grand Cour)
6. Saint Hubert (Ex-Samputh Shop)
7. Saint Hubert (Terminus)
8. Le Val

ROUTE 12

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Mount Ory (Sungkur Shop)
6. Moka (Junction Leclézio Avenue and Bois Chéri Road)
7A. Moka (Hospital)
7. Moka (Government School)
8. Riviére Baptiste (Junction)
9. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
10. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
11. Verdun (Bar-Le-Duc Bridge)
12. Alma (Beginning of Village)
13. Alma (Cemetery)
14. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
15. Providence (Beginning of Village)
16. Providence (End of Village)
17. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
18. Melrose (End of Village)
19. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
20. Montagne Blanche (End of Village)
21. Lesur
22. Sébastopol
23. Pellegrin (Nehru's House)
24. Pellegrin (Riviére Profonde)

Route 12A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Mount Ory (Sungkur Shop)
6. Moka (Junction Leclézio Avenue and Bois Chéri Road)
7A. Moka (Hospital)
7. Moka (Government School)
8. Riviére Baptiste (Junction)
9. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
10. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
11. Verdun (Bar-Le-Duc Bridge)
12. Alma (Beginning of Village)
13. Alma (Cemetery)
14. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
15. Providence (Beginning of Village)
16. Providence (End of Village)
17. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
18. Melrose (End of Village)
19. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
20. Petit Paquet
21. Pellegrin (Riviére Profonde)

ROUTE 13

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Moka (Junction Leclézio Avenue and Bois Chéri Road)
5A. Mount Ory (Sungkur Shop)
5. Moka (Government School)
6. Riviére Baptiste (Junction)
7. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 13A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4A. Moka (Hospital)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. L'Avenir
7. Junction La Laura/Nouvelle Découverte Roads
8. Beau Bois
9. Ripailles
10. Nouvelle Découverte (Government School)
11. Terminus/Eau Bouillie

ROUTE 13D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4A. Moka (Hospital)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. L'Avenir (Near Mosque)
7. L'Avenir (Nepoléon Bridge)
8A. Malinga
8. La Laura

ROUTE 14

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. Midlands (Coriolis Road)
4. Midlands (Tombstone)
5. Midlands (Government School)
6. Bananes (Water Pump)
7. Bananes (Beeharry Shop)
8. Eau Bleue (Reservoir)
9. Junction Cluny/Mare Chicose
10. Cluny (Mandir)
11. Cluny (Cité Beemanique)
12. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
13. Union Park (Village Hall)
14A. Jawaharalall Nehru Hospital
14. Rose Belle (Terminus)

ROUTE 14A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. Midlands (Coriolis Road)
4. Midlands (Tombstone)
5. Midlands (Government School)
6. Junction Midlands/Chartreuse
7. Chartreuse (Ex Tea Factory)
8. Junction Chartreuse/Dubreuil
9. Raffray No. 1
10. Midlands Dam (Entrance)
11. Junction La Pipe/Pavé Citron
12. Camp du Thé (Tea Shelter)
13. Rivière du Bois (Shelter No. 1)
14. Rivière du Bois (Shelter No. 2)
15. Pavé Citron

ROUTE 14B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (La Vigie Roundabout)
3. Midlands (Tombstone)
4. Midlands (Government School)

ROUTES 15 AND 15B

Route 15 – Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot) - Central Flacq (Bus Station)

Route 15B – Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot) - Belle Mare

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Beginning of Village)
12. Providence (End of Village)
13. Mont Ida (Government School)
14. Médine
15. Bel Étang
16. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
17. FUEL
18. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
19. Bonne Mére (Maness)
20. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
21. Argy
22. Junction Belle Mare/Isidore Rose
23. Mare La Chaux
24. Belle Mare

ROUTE 15A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Branch Road)
12. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Overseas Glove Factory)
13. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
14. Camp Thorel (Heeraman's House)
15. Camp Thorel

ROUTE 15C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Beginning of Village)
12. Providence (End of Village)
13. Mont Ida (Government School)
14. Médine
15. Bel Étang
16. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
17. Balance John
18. Camp de Masque Pavé (Government School)
19. Petite Cabane

ROUTE 15D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4A. Moka (Hospital)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7A. Cité Alma
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Bonne Veine
12. L'Espérance

ROUTE 15F

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Camp Thorel
1. Camp Thorel (Heeraman's House)
2. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
3A. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Beginning of Village)
3. Mont Ida (Government School)
4. Médine
5. Bel Étang
6. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
7. FUEL
8. Bonne Mére (Réservoir)
9. Bonne Mére (Maness)
10. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 16

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Beginning of Village)
12. Providence (End of Village)
13. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
14. Melrose (End of Village)
15. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
16. Montagne Blanche (End of Village)
17. Lesur
18. Sébastopol
19. Clavet
20. L'Étoile
21. Belle Rive
22. Olivia (Beginning of Village)
23. Olivia (Cemetery)
24. Trois Îlots
25. Bel Air (Beginning of Village)
26. Bel Air (Police Station)
27. Caroline
28. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
29. Ecroignard (End of Village)
30. Bramsthan
31. Boulet Rouge
32. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 16A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Beginning of Village)
12. Providence (End of Village)
13. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
14. Melrose (End of Village)
15. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
16. Petit Paquet
17. Pellegrin (Riviére Profonde)
18. Pellegrin (Nehru's House)
19. Sébastopol
20. Clavet
21. L'Étoile
22. Belle Rive
23. Olivia (Beginning of Village)
24. Olivia (Cemetery)
25. Trois Îlots
26. Bel Air (Beginning of Village)
27. Bel Air (Police Station)
28. Caroline
29. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
30. Ecroignard (End of Village)
31. Bramsthan
32. Boulet Rouge
33. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 16D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Beginning of Village)
12. Providence (End of Village)
13. Mont Ida (Government School)
14. Médine
15. Bel Étang
16. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
17. Balance John
18. Camp de Masque Pavé (Government School)
19. Camp de Masque Pavé (End of Village)
20. Clémencia (Beginning of Village)
21. Clémencia (Co-operative Store)
22. Belle Rose
23. Cité La Lucie
24. Bel Air (Police Station)
25. Caroline
26. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
27. Ecroignard (End of Village)
28. Bramsthan
29. Boulet Rouge
30. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTES 17 AND 17G

Route 17 – Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Central Flacq (Bus Station)

Route 17G – Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Belle Mare

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8A. Vuillemin
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Beginning of Village)
10. Providence (End of Village)
11. Mont Ida (Government School)
12. Médine
13. Bel Étang
14. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
15. FUEL
16. Bonne Mére (Réservoir)
17. Bonne Mére (Maness)
18. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
19. Argy
20. Junction Belle Mare/Isidore Rose
21. Mare La Chaux
22. Belle Mare

Route 17A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Beginning of Village)
10. Providence (End of Village)
11. Mont Ida (Government School)
12. Médine
13. Bel Étang
14. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
15. Balance John
16. Camp de Masque Pavé (Government School)
17. Petite Cabane

ROUTE 17B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Lower Dagotiére (Village Hall)
7. Upper Dagotiére (NHDC Housing Estate)

ROUTE 17C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7A. Vuillemin
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Branch Road)
10. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Overseas Glove Factory)
11. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
12. Camp Thorel (Heeraman's House)
13. Camp Thorel

ROUTE 17D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Bonne Veine
10. L'Espérance

ROUTE 17E

Stage no. Name of stage
0. L'Espérance
1. Bonne Veine
2. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
3. Providence (Beginning of Village)
4. Providence (End of Village)
5. Mont Ida (Government School)
6. Médine
7. Bel Étang
8. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
9. FUEL
10. Bonne Mére (Réservoir)
11. Bonne Mére (Maness)
12. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 17F

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Upper Dagotiére (NHDC Housing Estate)
1. Lower Dagotiére (Village Hall)
2. Valetta (Junction)
3. Valetta (End of Village)
4. Vuillemin (Junction)
5. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
6. Providence (Beginning of Village)
7. Providence (End of Village)
8. Mont Ida (Government School)
9. Médine
10. Bel Étang
11. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
12. FUEL
13. Bonne Mére (Réservoir)
14. Bonne Mére (Maness)
15. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 18

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Boulet Rouge
2. Bramsthan
3. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
4. Écroignard (End of Village)
5. Caroline
6. Bel Air (Police Station)
7. Ernest Florent
8. Beau Champ
9. Deux Fréres
10. Quatre Soeurs
11. Pointe-aux-Feuilles
12. Grand Sable (Peeharry Shop)
13. Grand Sable (Ex-Marketing Board Store)
14. Pointe du Diable (View Point)
15. Pointe du Diable (Barachois)
16. Bambous Virieux
17. Anse Jonchée (Beginning of Village)
18. Anse Jonchée (Domaine du Chasseur)
19. Providence (End of Village)
20. Old Grand Port (Police Station)
21. Old Grand Port (Kam Wah Store)
22. Ferney (MITD)
23. Ferney (Falaise Rouge)
24. Riviére des Créoles
25. Petit Bel Air
26. Mahébourg (Bus Station)

ROUTE 19

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Junction Long Mountain
5. Bois Pignolet
6A. Kitchin (Ackbarally Lane)
7A. Kitchin (End of Village)
6. Notre Dame (End of Village)
7. Long Mountain
8. Créve Coeur (L'Industrie)
9. Créve Coeur (Government School)
10. Créve Coeur (Roodurman's House)

ROUTE 20

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5A. Les Petits Gamins Road (Deenoo Lane)
6A. Les Petits Gamins (Village)
5. Arsenal
6. Saint André
7. Solitude
8. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
9. Triolet 9th Mile
10. Colin/Fond-du-Sac Branch Road
11A. Trou-aux-Biches (Debarcadére)
12A. Trou-aux-Biches (Ramdenee's Bungalow)
11. Trou-aux-Biches (Hotel)
12. Mon Choisy (Public Beach)

ROUTE 20A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Saint André
7. Solitude
8. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
9. Camp Lilas
10. Petite Pointe-aux-Piments
11. Grande Pointe-aux-Piments

ROUTE 20B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Triolet (Terminus)
1. Triolet Branch Road
2. Triolet Branch Road (Ex-Weigh Bridge)
3. Fond-du-Sac (Junction Forbach Road)

ROUTE 20C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Riviére Citron
7. SSRN Hospital
8. Saint André
9. Solitude
10. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
11. Triolet 9th Mile
12. Colin
13. Trou-aux-Biches (Hotel)
14. Mon Choisy (Public Beach)
15. Pointe-aux-Cannoniers
16A. Chemin Casse Ghoon
16. Grand Baie (La Pointe Supermarket)
17. Grand Baie (MCB)
18. Grand Baie (Merville Hotel)
19. Péreybère (1st Public Beach)
20. Péreybère (2nd Public Beach)
21. Cap Malheureux (Cemetery)
22. Pavillon
23. Petit Raffray (Fields)
24. Petit Raffray (Social Welfare Centre)
25. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
26. Goodlands (Government School)
27. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 20D

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Saint André
7. Solitude
8. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
9. Bon Air

ROUTE 21

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Riviére Citron
7. SSRN Hospital
8. Saint André
9. Morcelement Saint André
10. Plaine-des-Papayes
11. Belle Vue Pilot
12. Fond-du-Sac (End of Village)
13. Vale (Sottise Junction)
14. Lower Upper Vale
15. Petit Raffray (Social Welfare Centre)
16. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
17. Goodlands (Government School)
18. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 22

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
8. Mon Rocher
9. La Louisa
10. Belle Vue Harel
11. Labourdonnais (Main Entrance)
12. Labourdonnais (Cottage Entrance)
13. Mon Loisir Rouillard (Réservoir)
14. Rouillard (Grand Baie Junction)
15. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
16A. Goodlands (Government School)
17A. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)
16. Roche Terre (Ramrecha Shop)
17. Roche Terre (Boutique Kalasse)
18. Grand Gaube

ROUTE 23

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Piton (Réservoir)
11. Piton
12. L'Espérance Piton
13. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
14. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
15. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
16. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)
17. Île d'Ambre
18. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
19A. Panchavati (Village)
19. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
20. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 23A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Piton (Réservoir)
11. Piton
12. L'Espérance Piton
13. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
14A. L'Espérance Trébuchet
14. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
15. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
16. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)
17. Île d'Ambre
18. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
19. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
20. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 23B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Piton (Réservoir)
11. Piton
12. L'Espérance Piton
13. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
14. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
15. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
16. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)
17. Île d'Ambre
18. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
19. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
20A. Pointe des Lascars (Village)
20. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 24

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Petite Julie
12. Mon Songe
13. Maurel Estate
14. Phoolyar Nagar
15A. Junction Laventure/Bois Jacquot Roads
16A. Amaury (Social Welfare Centre)
15. Belle Vue Maurel
16. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
17. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 26

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)
1. Belmont
2. Poudre d'Or
3. Île d'Ambre
4. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
5. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
6A. Mon Loisir (Ramsundar Prayag SSS)
7A. Roches Noires Village (Siding Gaud)
6. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
7B. Roches Noires Bridge
7. Junction Roches Noires/Coastal Roads
8. Roches Noires (Dumée's Bungalow)
9. Pointe d'Azur
10. Poste La Fayette (Cayeux's Bungalow)
11. Poste La Fayette (Beach)
12. Bras d'Eau
13. Poste de Flacq (Entrance)
14. Poste de Flacq (Social Welfare Centre)
15. Chevreau Bridge
16. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 27

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
8. Mon Rocher
9. La Louisa
10. Belle Vue Harel
11. Mapou
12. Mon Choix
13. Piton
15. Gokhoola
16. L'Amitié
17. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
18. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 27A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Haute Rive
2. Junction Roches Noires/Coastal Road
3. Roches Noires Village (Siding Gaud)

ROUTE 27B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Plaine des Roches (Government School)
2. Plaine des Roches (Terminus)

ROUTE 28

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Triolet (Terminus)
1. Triolet 9th Mile
2. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
3. Solitude
4. Morcellement Saint André
5. Bon Air (Junction)
6. Plaine des Papayes
7. Bois Mangues
8. Belle Vue Harel
9. Mapou
10. Mon Choix
11. Piton
13. Gokhoola
14. L' Amitié
15. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
16. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 28A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Triolet (Terminus)
1. Triolet 9th Mile
2. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
3. Solitude
4. Morcellement Saint André
5. Bon Air (Junction)
6. Plaine des Papayes

ROUTE 29

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
2. L' Amitié
3. Gokhoola
5. Piton
6. Mon Choix
7. Mapou
8. Belle Vue Harel
9. Bois Mangues
10. Plaine des Papayes
11. Belle Vue Pilot
12. Fond-du-Sac (End of Village)
13. Lower Vale (Sottise Junction)
14. Sottise
15. Grand Baie

ROUTES 30 AND 30A

Route 30 – Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Dubreuil
Route 30A – Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Dubreuil via Midlands
Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Le Horne
5. Piton du Milieu (Junction)
6. Junction Chartreuse/Dubreuil Roads
7A. Chartreuse (Ex-Tea Factory)
8A. Junction Midlands and Chartreuse
9A. Midlands (Demi Gros Central)
7. Raffray No. 1
8. Midlands Dam (Entrance)
9. Dubreuil

ROUTE 31

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
2. Boundary Road (A-Z Store)
3. Jean Louvet Traffic Centre
4. La Louise (Rajshree Fashion)
5. Bassin

ROUTE 32

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Souillac (Bus Station)
1. Surinam (Trois Bras)
2. Riambel
3. Pomponette
4. Pointe-aux-Roches
5. Saint Félix (Junction)
6. Riviére des Galets (Bus Station)

ROUTE 33

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Plaine Verte
1. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
2A. Junction Volcy Pougnet Street/Boulevard Rivaltz
2. La Butte
3. Old Moka Road (Chinese Cultural Centre)
4. Les Guibies (Trunk Road)
5. Pailles (Domaine Les Pailles)

ROUTE 33A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)
1. La Butte
2. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
3. Plaine Verte
4. Pére Laval Entrance
5. Terre Rouge (Morcellement Raffray)

ROUTE 33B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Plaine Verte
1. Junction Fréres Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
2. Deschartes Street/La Butte
3. Cassis (Reserve Street)
4A. Bain des Dames
4. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)

ROUTE 34

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (SE Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
9. Grand Bois (Government School)
10. Grand Bois (Chapel)
11. Bois Chéri

ROUTE 35

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. La Caverne (Protestant Church)
2. Hollyrood

ROUTE 36

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval
2. Sainte Croix (Pére Laval Church)
3. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 37

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
3. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
8. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
9. Plaisance (Le Quorum)
10. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)
11. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)

ROUTE 37A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Floréal and River Walk Roads (Junction)
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
8. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
9. Plaisance (Le Quorum)
10. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)
11. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)

ROUTE 38

Stage no. Name of stage
0. La Louise
1. Junction Glaieuls/Sodnac Avenues
2. Junction Hillcrest/Ibis Avenues
3. Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
4. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
5. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
6. Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
7. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
8. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
9. La Louise

ROUTE 38A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. La Louise
1. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
2. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
3. Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
4. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
5. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
6. Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
7. Junction Hillcrest/Ibis Avenues
8. Candos (La Colline Commercial Centre)
9. La Louise

ROUTE 39

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Plaisance (Football Ground)
2. Plaisance (Ah Yow Store)
3. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)

ROUTE 39A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Stanley (Junction Sainte Anne and Berthaud Streets)
2. Plaisance (Le Quorum)
3. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)

ROUTES 41 AND 41A

Route 41 – P. Louis (Transportation Centre) – Vallée des Prêtres (Terminus)

Route 41A – P. Louis (Transportation Centre) – Upper Vallée des Prêtres
(Sandokan Bar)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Plaine Verte
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Vallée des Prêtres (Nalletamby's House)
4. Vallée des Prêtres (Kovil)
5. Upper Vallée des Prêtres (Sandokan Bar)

ROUTE 42

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Flyover)
2. Roche Bois (Ex-Dockers Flats)
3. Baie-du-Tombeau (Police Station)
4. Saint Malo
5. Cité Florida
6. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
7. Terre Rouge (Police Station)

ROUTE 44

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. La Brasserie (Experimental Station)
3. Bigara (Wireless Station)

ROUTES 45 AND 45A

Route 45 – Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square) – Albion (Mon Plaisir)

Route 45A – Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square) – Albion (Mon Plaisir)
via Belle Vue (Terminus)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
3. Saint Martin (Cemetery)
4. Canot
5. Gros Cailloux
6. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
7. Petite Rivière (End of Village)
8. Belle Vue (Pont La Rivière Bouléne)
9A. Belle Vue (Stone and Bricks Limited)
10A. Belle Vue (Terminus)
9. Albion (Police Station)
10. Albion (Bus Station)
11. Albion (Mon Plaisir)

ROUTE 46

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Mahébourg (Bus Station)
1. Cité La Chaux
2. Fond Blanc (Ex-Sand Quarry)
3. Pointe d'Esny
4. Blue Bay (Public Beach)

ROUTE 47

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Cassis (Reserve Street)
2A. Bain des Dames
2. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)

ROUTE 48

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Plaine Verte
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Sainte Croix (Pére Laval Church)
4. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 48A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Plaine Verte
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 49

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Plaine Verte
2. Vallée Pitot (Cité Rozemont)

ROUTE 50

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Junction Frére Félix de Valois and Bourguignon Streets
2. Tranquebar (Cité Madeleine)

ROUTE 51

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3A. La Tour Koenig
3. Pointe-aux-Sables (Terrasson)
4. Pointe-aux-Sables (Cité Débarcadére)
5. Pointe-aux-Sables (Morcellement Rey Ex-Police Station)
6. Pointe-aux-Sables (Terminus)

ROUTE 52

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Rivière (Post Office)
5. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
9. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
10. Bambous (Dragon Store)
11. Médine

ROUTES 52A AND 52D

Route 52A – Port Louis (Transportation Centre) – Albion (Mon Plaisir)

Route 52D – Port Louis (Transportation Centre) – Albion (Mon Plaisir)
via Belle Vue (Terminus)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Riviére (Post Office)
5. Petite Riviére (End of Village)
6. Belle Vue (Pont La Rivière Bouléne)
7A. Belle Vue (Pont La Bricks Limited)
8A. Belle Vue (Terminus)
7. Albion (Police Station)
8. Albion (Bus Station)
9. Albion (Mon Plaisir)

ROUTE 52C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Riviére (Post Office)
5. Petite Riviére (Foyer Fiat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
9. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
10. Bambous (NHDC Complex)

ROUTE 53

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)
1. Belmont
2. Poudre d'Or
3. Île d' Ambre
4. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
5. Haute Rive (Pointe des Lascars Junction)
6. Rivière du Rempart
7. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
8. Belle Vue Maurel
9A. Amaury (Social Welfare Centre)
9. Junction Laventure/Bois Jacquot Roads
10. Laventure (Football Ground)
11. Laventure (Magasin Bon Marché)
12. Grande Retraite (Junction Laventure/Flacq Roads)
13. Petite Retraite
14. Pont Blanc
15. Constance (Football Ground)
16A. Saint Rémy
16. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 54

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Argy
2. Junction Isidore Rose/Mare La Chaux
3A. Isidore Rose
3. Junction Belle Mare/Quatre Cocos
4. Belle Mare
5. Mare-du-Puits
6. Quatre Cocos (End of Village)
7. Palmar (Football Ground)

ROUTE 55

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Boulet Rouge
2. Bramsthan
3. Camp Ithier (Beginning of Village)
6. Trou d'Eau Douce (Beginning of Village)
7. Trou d'Eau Douce (End of Village)
8. Palmar (Livestock Breeding Centre)
9. Palmar (Temple)

ROUTE 55A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Argy
2. Riche Mare
3. Bramsthan
4. Camp Ithier (Beginning of Village)
5. Camp Ithier (Government School)
6. Isidore Rose

ROUTE 55B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Argy
2. Riche Mare
3. Bramsthan
4. Camp Ithier (Beginning of Village)
7. Trou d'Eau Douce (Beginning of Village)
8. Trou d'Eau Douce (End of Village)
9. Palmar (Livestock Breeding Centre)
10. Palmar (Temple)

ROUTE 56

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Boulet Rouge
2. Bramsthan
3. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
4. Écroignard (End of Village)
5A. Caroline (Petit Bois)
5. Caroline
6. Bel Air (Police Station)
7. Ernest Florent
8. Beau Champ
9. GRSE

ROUTE 57

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. La Louise
2. Palma (Government School)
3. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
4. Beaux Songes (Réservoir)
5. Montée Bol (Geoffroy Road Junction)
6. Bambous (Mangues Vert Doux)
7. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
8. Bambous (Dragon Store)
9. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
10. Junction Flic-en-Flac/Anna Estate Roads
11. Flic-en-Flac (Government School)
12. Flic-en-Flac (Golden Beach Restaurant)
13. Wolmar

ROUTE 57A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. La Louise
2. Palma (Government School)
3. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
4. Beaux Songes (Reservoir)
5. Cascavelle

ROUTE 59

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
3. Roches Brunes (Reservoir)

ROUTE 60

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Belle
1. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
2. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
3. Beau Climat (SE Office)
4. La Flora (Shivala)
5. Grand Bois (Government School)
6. Grand Bois (Chapel)
7. Bois Chéri

ROUTE 61

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (SE Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
11. Riviére Dragon
12. Riche Bois
13. Camp Diable
14. Saint Amand Bridge
15. Château Bénarés

ROUTE 61A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (SE Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
11. Riviére Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Riviére des Anguilles
15. Batimarais
16. Château Bénarés
17A. Bénarés Village
17. Saint Amand Bridge
18. Camp Diable

ROUTE 62

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. New Grove Branch Road (Community Health Centre)
11. Gros Billot (Samputh's House)
12. Mare Tabac (Bridge)
13. Joli Bois (SE Office)
14. Riviére du Poste (Kalimaye)
15. Riviére du Poste (Terminus)

ROUTE 63

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Roches Noires (Siding Gaud)
1. Junction Roches Noires/Coastal Road
2. Haute Rive
3. Riviére du Rempart
4. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
5. Belle Vue Maurel
6A. Junction Laventure/Bois Jacquot Roads
7A. Amaury (Social Welfare Centre)
6. Phoolyar Nagar
7. Maurel Estate
8. Mon Songe
9. Petite Julie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Petite Rosalie
12. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
13. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
14. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
15. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 64

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Les Casernes (Housing Estate)
1. Botanical Garden Entrance
2. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
3. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 65

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
2. Phoenix (Junction Highlands Road)
3. Highlands (Football Ground)
4. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
5. Hermitage (Terminus)

ROUTES 65A AND 65C

Route 65A - Cinq Arpents - Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
Route 65C - Cinq Arpents - Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre) Via Belle Terre

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cinq Arpents
1A. Belle Terre
1. Highlands (Football Ground)
2. Phoenix (Highlands Road Junction)
3. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
4. Vacoas (Bus Station)
5. Phoenix (Garderie Saint Michel)
6. Carreau Laliane (Woodun's House)
7. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
8. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 65B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Hermitage (Terminus)
1. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
2. Highlands (Football Ground)
3. Phoenix (Highlands Road Junction)
4. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
5. Vacoas (Bus Station)
6. Phoenix (Garderie Saint Michel)
7. Carreau Laliane (Woodun's House)
8. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
9. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 66

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. Henrietta (Chapel)
4. Bord Cascade

ROUTE 66A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. La Marie (Entrance)
4. La Marie (Terminus)

ROUTE 66B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. La Marie Entrance
4. Junction La Marie/La Brasserie Roads
5. Bigara (Wireless Station)
6. La Brasserie (Experimental Station)
7. Forest Side (Post Office)
8. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)

ROUTE 66C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. La Marie (Entrance)
4. Junction La Marie/La Brasserie Roads
5. Beard
6. Mare aux Vacoas
7. Plaine Sophie (Forest Office)
8. Gower (Junction Mare Longue)
9. Junction Grand Bassin/Plaine Champagne Roads
10. Grand Bassin (Bridge)
11. Grand Bassin (Terminus)
  ROUTE 67
Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére des Galets (Bus Station)
1. Chemin-Grenier (Tamil Temple)
2. Chemin-Grenier (Taxi Stand)
3. Belle Vue
4. Contour Léon
5. Surinam (Pearally Store)
6. Surinam (Mosque)
7. Souillac (Bus Station)
8. Souillac (Bain des négresses bridge)
9. Union Ducray
10. Riviére des Anguilles
11. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
12. Britannia
13. Riviére Dragon
14. Riviere du Poste (Junction)
16. La Flora (Shivala)
17. Beau Climat (Sugar Estate Office)
18. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
19. Union Park (Roundabout)
22. Midlands
24. La Vigie (Roundabout)
26. Wooton (Roundabout)
27. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
28. Highlands
29. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
30. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
31. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
32. Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
33A. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
33. Ébéne (MITD)
34. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 68

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Boundary Road (Bijou Magique)
2. Ollier Avenue (Gooly Store)
3. La Louise
4. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Vacoas (SMF)
7. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
8. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
9. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
10. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 68A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Boundary Road (Bijou Magique)
2. Ollier Avenue (Gooly Store)
3. La Louise
4. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Vacoas (SMF)
7. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
8. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
9. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
10. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 69

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Éloile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Palma (Government School)
12. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
13. Beaux Songes (Reservoir)

ROUTE 70

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Flyover)
2. Cocoterie Road (Corner Store)
3. Sainte Croix (Pére Laval Church)
4. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 71

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
8. Mon Rocher
9. La Louisa
10. Belle Vue Harel
11. Labourdonnais (Estate)
12. Cottage (Beginning of Village)
13. L'Espérance (Gate)
14. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
15. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
16. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
17. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)

ROUTE 72

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Flyover)
2. Riche Terre (Recycling Industry)
3. Riche Terre (Commercial Centre)

ROUTES 73 AND 73A

Route 73 - Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Hermitage (Terminus)
Route 73A - Curepipe (Jan Palach North) - Hermitage (Terminus) Via Cinq Arpents

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
3. Camp Fouquereaux (Saint Antoine)
4A. Cinq Arpents
4. Hermitage

ROUTE 74

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Réduit
1. Bagatelle Shopping Mall
2. Moka (Hospital)
3. Moka (Government School)
4. Petit Verger Branch Road
5. Cité Sainte Catherine
6. Résidence Vignol
7. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 75

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pamplemousses
1. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
2. SSRN Hospital
3. Saint André
4. Solitude
5. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
6. Triolet 9th Mile
7. Triolet (Terminus)

ROUTE 75A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pamplemousses
1. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
2. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 76

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Saint Martin)
2A. Mer Rouge (Freeport)
2. Cité Roche Bois

ROUTE 77

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Flyover)
2. Roche Bois (Ex-Dockers Flats)
3. Baie-du-Tombeau (Police Station)
4. Saint Malo
5. Cité Florida
6. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
7. Terre Rouge (Police Station)

ROUTE 78

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2A. Riche Terre (Muslim Cemetery)
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Riche Terre (Commercial Centre)

ROUTE 79

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Belle
1. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
2. Wireless Road (Beginning)
3. Wireless Road (End)
4. La Flora (Shivala)
5. Grand Bois (Government School)
6. Grand Bois (Chapel)
7. Bois Chéri

ROUTE 80

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Beginning of Village)
10. Providence (End of Village)
11. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
12. Melrose (End of Village)
13. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
14. Montagne Blanche (End of Village)
15. Lesur
16. Sébastopol
17. Pellegrin (Nehru's House)
18. Pellegrin (Riviére Profonde)

ROUTE 80A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Beginning of Village)
10. Providence (End of Village)
11. Melrose (Beginning of Village)
12. Melrose (End of Village)
13. Montagne Blanche (Beginning of Village)
14. Montagne Blanche (End of Village)
15. Lesur
16. Sébastopol
17. Clavet
18. L'Étoile
19. Belle Rive
20. Olivia (Beginning of Village)
21. Olivia (Cemetery)
22. Trois Îlots
23. Bel Air (Beginning of Village)
24. Bel Air (Police Station)

ROUTE 81

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Allée Brillant (Sandokan Store)
1. Engrais Martial (Corner Store)
2. Charles Renaud Street (Ah Yee Shop)
3. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
4. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 82

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Saint André
7. Solitude
8. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
9. Triolet 9th Mile
10. Colin
11. Trou-aux-Biches (Hotel)
12. Mon Choisy
13. Pointe-aux-Cannoniers
14. Grand Baie (La Pointe Supermarket)
15. Grand Baie (MCB)
16. Grand Baie (Merville Hotel)
17. Péreybère (1st Public Beach)
18. Péreybère (2nd Public Beach)
19. Cap Malheureux (Cemetery)
20A. Pavillon
20. Cap Malheureux (Church)
21. Sans Souci Rouillard
22. Saint François
23. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
24. Goodlands (Government School)
25. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 84

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Plaine des Roches
1. Plaine des Roches (Government School)
2. Riviére du Rempart
3. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
4. L' Amitié
5. Gokhoola
7. Piton
8. Mon Choix
9. Mapou
10. Belle Vue Harel
11. La Louisa
12. Mon Rocher
13. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
14. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
15. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 85

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Schoenfeld (Madaya's House)
2. Schoenfeld (Estate Office)
3. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
4. L'Espérance Piton
6. Mon Choix
7. Mapou
8. Belle Vue Harel
9. La Louisa
10. Mon Rocher
11. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
12. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
13. SSRN Hospital
14. Riviére Citron
15. Arsenal
16. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
17. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
18. Pére Laval Entrance
19. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
20. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)

ROUTE 86

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
2. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
3. Île d'Ambre
4. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)
5. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
6. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
7. L'Espérance Trébuchet
8. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
9. L'Espérance Piton
10. Piton
12. Piton (Réservoir)
13. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
14. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
15. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
16. SSRN Hospital
17. Riviére Citron
18. Arsenal
19. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
20. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
21. Pére Laval Entrance
22. Plaine Verte/Hospice Pére Laval
23. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)

ROUTE 87

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. New Grove (Riche-en-Eau Junction)
11. Deux Bras
12. Astroea Bridge
13A. Mare Chicose
13. Nema Bridge
14. Riche-en-Eau (Sugar Factory)
15. Saint Hilaire (Château Rochecouste-Grand Cour)
16. Saint Hubert (Ex-Samputh Shop)
17. Saint Hubert (Terminus)

ROUTE 88

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Riviére Citron
7. SSRN Hospital
8. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
9. Camp des Embrevades (Market)
10. Camp des Embrevades (End of Village)
11. Îlot (Junction)
12A. Îlot
12. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
13. D'Epinay (Kalimaye)
14. Congomah (Government School)
15. Congomah (Terminus)

ROUTE 89

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Long Mountain (Junction)
5. Bois Pignolet
6. Notre Dame (End of Village)
7. Long Mountain
8. Camp La Boue

ROUTE 89A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Long Mountain (Junction)
5. Bois Pignolet
6. Notre Dame (End of Village)
7. Long Mountain
8. Montagne Bon Amour
9. Boutique Papo
10. Les Mariannes
11. Eau Bouillie

ROUTE 89B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Camp La Boue
1. Montagne Bon Amour
2. Boutique Papo
3. Les Mariannes
4. Eau Bouillie

ROUTE 90

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis/Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. La Rosa
11. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
12. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
13. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
14. Plaisance (Grotto)
15A. SSR International Airport
15. Madame Dayla
16. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
17. Blue Bay Link Road (2nd Bridge)
18. Blue Bay (Entrance to Morcellement)
19. Blue Bay (Public Beach)

ROUTE 93

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
9. Gentilly
10. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
11. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
12. Verdun (Bar-Le-Duc Bridge)
13. Alma (Beginning of Village)
14. Alma (Cemetery)
15. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
16. Providence (Branch Road)
17. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Overseas Glove Factory)
18. Saint Julien d'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
19. Camp Thorel (Heeraman's House)
20. Camp Thorel (Terminus)

ROUTE 93A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
9. Gentilly
10. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
11. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
12. Verdun (Bar-Le-Duc Bridge)
13. Alma (Beginning of Village)
14. Alma (Cemetery)
15. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
16. Bonne Veine
17. L'Espérance

ROUTE 94

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Riviére du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
2. L' Amitié
3. Gokhoola
5. Piton
6. L'Espérance Piton
7. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
8. L'Espérance Trébuchet
9. Cottage (Social Welfare Centre)
10. Cottage (Mahatma Gandhi Road)
11. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 95

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pamplemousses
1. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
2. SSRN Hospital
3. Saint André
4. Solitude
5. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
6. Triolet 9th Mile
7. Colin
8. Trou-aux-Biches (Hotel)
9. Mon Choisy (Public Beach)
10. Pointe-aux-Cannoniers
11. Grand Baie (La Pointe Supermarket)
12. Grand Baie (MCB)
13. Grand Baie (Merville Hotel)
14. Péreybère (1st Public Beach)
15. Péreybère (2nd Public Beach)
16. Cap Malheureux (Cemetery)
17A. Pavillon
17. Cap Malheureux (Church)
18. Sans Souci Rouillard
19. Saint François
20. Calodyne
21. Grand Gaube (Terminus)
22. Roche Terre (Boutique Kalasse)
23. Roche Terre (Ramrecha Shop)
24. Goodlands (Government School)
25. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 96

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Créve Coeur (Roodurman's House)
1. Créve Coeur (Government School)
2. Créve Coeur (L'Industrie)
3A. Camp La Boue
3. Long Mountain
4. Notre Dame (End of Village)
5A. Kitchin (End of Village)
6A. Kitchin (Ackbarally Lane)
5. Bois Pignolet
6. Long Mountain (Junction)
7. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
8. Terre Rouge (Dhanush Stone Products)
9. Riche Terre (Commercial Centre)

ROUTES 99 AND 99A

Route 99 – Mahébourg (Bus Station) – Trois Boutiques

Route 99A – Mahébourg (Bus Station) – Trois Boutiques via Le Bouchon

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Mahébourg (Bus Station)
1. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
2. Madame Dayla
3. Plaisance (Grotto)
4. Plaine Magnien
6. Carreau Esnouf
7. Mon Désert Village
8. Kenya Camp Carol (Village Hall)
9A. Le Bouchon
9. Carreau Accacia
10. Sauve Terre
11. Trois Boutiques

ROUTES 101 AND 101B

Route 101 – Central Flacq – SSRN Hospital

Route 101B – Central Flacq – SSRN Hospital via Laventure

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Constance (Football Ground)
2. Pont Blanc
3. Petite Retraite
4A. Laventure (Crematory)
4B. Laventure (Village Hall)
4C. Laventure (End of Village)
4. Grande Retraite
5. Bon Accueil
6. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
7. Brisée Verdiére (Atma shopping Centre)
8. Mare d'Australia
9. Ville Bague (Beginning of Village)
10. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
11. Grande Rosalie
12. Petite Rosalie
13. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
14. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
15. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
16. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 101A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Bonne Mére (Maness)
2. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
3. FUEL
4. La Roche
5. Saint Julien (Government School)
6. Lallmatie
7. Bon Accueil
8. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
9. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
10. Mare d'Australia
11. Ville Bague (Beginning of Village)
12. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
13. Grande Rosalie
14. Petite Rosalie
15. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
16. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
17. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
18. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 101C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Bonne Mére (Maness)
2. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
3. FUEL
4. La Roche
5. Saint Julien (Government School)
6. Lallmatie
7. Belvédére
8. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
9. Mare d'Australia
10. Ville Bague (Beginning of Village)
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Grande Rosalie
13. Petite Rosalie
14. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
15. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
16. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
17. SSRN Hospital

ROUTE 102

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Point Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
13. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
14. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
15. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
16. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 103

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Mount Ory (Sungkur Shop)
6. Moka (Junction Avenue Leclézio/Bois Chéri Road)
7A. Moka (Hospital)
7. Moka (Government School)
8. Riviére Baptiste (Junction)
9. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
10. L' Avenir (near Mosque)
11. L' Avenir (Napoléon Bridge)
12. Beau Bois
13. Ripailles
14. Nouvelle Découverte (Government School)
15. Terminus/Eau Bouillie

ROUTE 103A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
9. Gentilly
10. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
11. L' Avenir
12. Junction La Laura and Nouvelle Découverte Roads
13A. Malinga
13. La Laura

ROUTE 104

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Corson (Tea Factory)
2. Icery

ROUTE 105

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4A. Moka (Hospital)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Post Office)
8. Lower Dagotiére (Village Hall)
9A. Upper Dagotiére (NHDC Housing Estate)
9. Valetta (Junction)
10. Valetta (End of Village)
11. Vuillemin (Junction)
12. Vuillemin (Terminus)

ROUTE 105A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4A. Moka (Hospital)
5A. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
4. Gentilly
5. Côte d'Or (Chantecler Farm)
6. Côte d'Or (Ex-Co-operative Store)

ROUTE 106

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Ville Bague (End of Village)
13. Mare d'Australia
14. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
15. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
16. Bon accueil
17. Lallmatie
18. Saint Julien (Government School)
19. La Roche
20. FUEL
21. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
22. Bonne Mére (Maness)
23. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 109

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Ville Bague (End of Village)
13. Mare d'Australia
14. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
15. Belvédére
16. Lallmatie
17. Saint Julien (Government School)
18. La Roche
19. FUEL
20. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
21. Bonne Mére (Maness)
22. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 110

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Camp des Embrevades (Junction)
7A. Îlot
7. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
8. D'Épinay (Kalimaye)
9. Congomah (Government School)
10. Congomah (Terminus)

ROUTE 111

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Ville Bague (End of Village)
13. Mare d'Australia
14. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
15. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
16. Bon Accueil
17. Grande Retraite
18A. Laventure (Beginning of Village)
19A. Laventure (Village Hall)
20A. Laventure (Crematory)
18. Petite Retraite
19. Pont Blanc
20. Constance (Football Ground)
21A. Saint Rémy
21. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 112

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Ville Bague (End of Village)
13. Mare d'Australia
14. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
15. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
16. Bon Accueil
17. Lallmatie
18. Saint Julien (Government School)
19. Saint Julien (Church)
20. Belle Vue Allendy
21. Constance
22. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTES 113 AND 113A

Route 113 – Port Louis (Victoria Square) - Petite Cabane/Camp de Masque Pavé

Route 113A – Port Louis (Victoria Square) - Bel Air

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
9. Gentilly
10. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
11. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
12. Verdun (Bar-Le-Duc Bridge)
13. Alma (Beginning of Village)
14. Alma (Cemetery)
15. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
16. Providence (Beginning of Village)
17. Providence (End of Village)
18. Mont Ida (Government School)
19. Médine
20. Bel Étang
21. Camp de Masque (Village Hall)
22. Balance John
23. Camp de Masque Pavé (Government School)
24. Petite Cabane/Camp de Masque Pavé (End of Village)
25. Clémencia (Beginning of Village)
26. Clémencia (Co-operative Store)
27. Belle Rose
28. Cité La Lucie
29. Bel Air

ROUTE 114

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Malherbes
1. Clément Charoux Street (Tabagie Dwarka)
2. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
3. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 114A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Forest Side (Forum Complex)
1. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
2. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
3. Wooton (Millenium Memorial)
4A. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
4. Wooton (Les Résidences Pinewood Garden)

ROUTES 115 AND 115A

Route 115 – Plaine Verte - Cité Vallijee

Route 115A – Plaine Verte - Cité Vallijee via Vallée Pitot (Cité Rozemont)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Plaine Verte
1A. Vallée Pilot (Cité Rozemont)
1. Junction Boulevard Victoria/Inkerman Street
2. Junction Volcy Pougnet/Harris Streets
3. La Butte
4. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)

ROUTE 117

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Camp des Embrevades (End of Village)
8. Îlot (Junction)
9A. Îlot
9. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
10. D'Épinay (Kalimaye)
11. Congomah (Government School)
12. Congomah (Terminus)

ROUTE 119

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Riviére (Post Office)
5. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
9. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
10. Bambous (Dragon Store)
11. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
12. Clarence (Beginning of Village)
13. Clarence (End of Village)
14. Rivière du Rempart Bridge
15. Tamarin (Beginning of Village)
16. Tamarin (Salt Pans)
17. La Preneuse
18. Grande Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
19. Grande Rivière Noire (Trois Bras Store)

ROUTE 120

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Riviére (Post Office)
5. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
9. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
10. Bambous (Dragon Store)
11. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
12. Clarence (Beginning of Village)
13. Clarence (End of Village)
14. Rivière du Rempart Bridge
15. Tamarin (Beginning of Village)
16. Tamarin (Salt Pans)
17. La Preneuse
18. Grande Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
19. Grande Rivière Noire (Trois Bras Store)
20. Montée Bois Puant
21. Petite Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
22. Petite Rivière Noire (End of Village)
23. Case Noyale
24. La Gaulette
25. Coteau Raffin
26. Le Morne (Hotel Junction)
27A. Le Morne (Le Paradis Hotel)
28A. Le Morne (Le Berjaya Hotel)
27. Le Morne (Football Ground)
28. Le Morne (End of Village)
29. La Prairie (Beach)
30. La Prairie (Signpost '˜Dangerous Bath')
31. Macondé
32. Baie du Cap

ROUTE 121

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Camp Levieux (Eau Coulée)
1. Monseigneur Leen Street (Ruhee's House)
2. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
3. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 122

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Junction Floréal and River Walk Roads
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
8. Junction Stanley Avenue/Boundary Road
9. Roches Brunes (Housing Estate)
10. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)

ROUTE 122A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
3. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
8. Junction Stanley Avenue/Boundary Road
9. Roches Brunes (Housing Estate)
10. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)

ROUTE 123

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Rivière (Post Office)
5. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
9. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
10. Bambous (Dragon Store)
11. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
12. Junction Flic-en-Flac/Anna Estate Roads
13. Flic-en-Flac (Government School)
14. Flic-en-Flac (Golden Beach Restaurant)
15. Wolmar

ROUTE 125

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Junction Floréal/Riverwalk Roads
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. Cité La Caverne

ROUTE 126

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
8. Mon Rocher
9. La Louisa
10. Belle Vue Harel
11. Labourdonnais (Estate)
12. Cottage (Beginning of Village)
13. L'Espérance (Gate)
14. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
15. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
16. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
17. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)
18. Île d'Ambre
19. Île d'Ambre (Panchavati Junction)
20. Pointe des Lascars (Junction)
21. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 127

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Piton (Réservoir)
11. Piton
13. Gokhoola
14. L' Amitié
15. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
16. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
17. Haute Rive
18. Junction Roches Noires Coastal Roads
19. Roches Noires Village Coastal Roads

ROUTE 128

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Junction Saint Clément and Brown Sequard Streets
2A. Les Casernes (Housing Estate)
2. Botanical Garden Entrance
3. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
4. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 129

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
11. Rivière Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
24. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)
25. Pointe-aux-Roches

ROUTE 131

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité l'Oiseau
1. Junction Rouillard/Engrais Martial Roads
2. Junction Farquhar/Abbé Laval Streets
3. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
4. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 132

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Tréfles (Corps de Garde Store)
2. Tréfles (Housing Estate)

ROUTE 133

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
10. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
11. Rivière Dragon
12. Britannia
13. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
14. Rivière des Anguilles
15. Union Ducray
16. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
17. Souillac (Bus Station)
18. Surinam (Mosque)
19. Surinam (Peerally Store)
20. Contour Léon
21. Belle Vue
22. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
23. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
24. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)
25. Beau Champ (Bridge)
26. Beau Champ (End of Village)
27. Bel Ombre (Beginning of Village)
28. Bel Ombre (Government School)
29. Saint Martin (Micheal Leal Road)
30. Baie du Cap
31. Choisy (Beginning of Village)
32. Choisy (Terminus)

ROUTE 134

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Sadally
4. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
5. Glen Park (Shivala)
6. Henrietta (Chapel)
7. Bord Cascade

ROUTE 134A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Sadally
4. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
5. Glen Park (Shivala)
6. La Marie (Entrance)
7. La Marie (Terminus)

ROUTE 135

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Mount Ory (Sungkur Shop)
6. Moka (Junction Avenue Leclézio/Bois Chéri Road)
7A. Moka (Hospital)
7. Moka (Government School)
8. Rivière Baptiste (Junction)
9. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
10. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
11. Verdun (Post Office)
12. Lower Dagotiére (Village Hall)
13A. Upper Dagotiére (NHDC Housing Estate)
13. Valetta Junction
14. Valetta (End of Village)
15. Vuillemin (Junction)
16. Vuillemin (Terminus)

ROUTES 137 AND 137A

Route 137 – Curepipe (Jan Palach South) – Carreau Accacia

Route 137A – Curepipe (Jan Palach South) – Carreau Accacia via Le Bouchon

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
7. Union Park (Village Hall)
8A. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
8. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
9. Rose Belle (Gébert)
10. La Rosa
11. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
12. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
13. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
14. Carreau Esnouf
15. Mon Désert Village
16. Kenya Camp Carol (Village Hall)
17A. Le Bouchon
17. Carreau Accacia

ROUTE 139

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Junction La Paix/Nyon Streets
2. Vallée Pitot (Cité Rozemont)
3. Cité Gabriel Martial

ROUTE 140

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Phoenix (Highlands Road Junction)
12. Highlands (Football Ground)
13. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
14. Hermitage (Terminus)

ROUTE 141

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (MITD)
11. Phoenix (Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre/Promenade Pére Laval)
12. Vacoas (SMF)
13. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
14. Glen Park (Shivala)
15. Henrietta (Chapel)
16. Bord Cascade

ROUTES 143 AND 143A

Route 143 – Vacoas (Bus Station) Curepipe (Jan Palach North) via Cité l'Oiseau

Route 143A – Vacoas (Bus Station) Curepipe (Jan Palach North) via Queen Mary Avenue

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3A. Cité l'Oiseau Queen Mary Avenue
3. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
4. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 144

Stage no. Name of stage
0. O'Connor
1A. Camp Caval (Impasse Bhawan)
1. Junction Dr Edwards and Emile Pitot Streets
2. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
3. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 144A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. O'Connor
1. Camp Caval (Impasse Bhawan)
2. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
3. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 145

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Serge Alfred Swimming Pool)
7. Roches Brunes (Independence Street)
8. Plaisance (Football Ground)
9. Tréfles Housing Estate (Tabagie Pillay)
10. Boundary Road (Saint Patrick Church)
11. Rose Hill (Market)

ROUTE 147

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
2. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
3. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
4. Candos Victoria (Hospital)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Hollyrood (Optiprix Store)
7. Glen Park (Shivala)
8. Henrietta (Chapel)
9. Bord Cascade

ROUTE 148

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)
1. Sainte Croix (Pére Laval Church)
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Plaine Verte
4. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
5. La Butte
6. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)

ROUTE 149

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
13. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
14. Forest Side (Post Office)
15. La Brasserie (Experimental Station)
16. Bigara (Wireless Station)

ROUTE 150

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pailles (Saint Vincent de Paul Avenue)
1. GRNW (Pailles Road)
2. Brabant Street (SPAR)
3. Deschartres Street/Jemmapes Street
4. Junction Volcy Pougnet/Harris Streets
5. Junction Boulevard Victoria/Inkerman Street
6. Vallée Pilot

ROUTE 152

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)
1. La Butte
2. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
3. Plaine Verte
4. Junction Cocoterie/Nicolay Roads
5A. Cité Roche Bois
6A. Baie-du-Tombeau (Police Station)
5. Roche Bois (Flyover)
6. Roche Bois (Ex-Dockers Flats)
7. Saint Malo
8. Le Goulet

ROUTE 153

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Hospital)
7. La Louise
8. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
9. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
10. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
11. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
12A. Moka (Hospital)
12. Gentilly
13. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 155

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
2. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
3. Hollyrood (Optiprix Store)
4. Glen Park (Shivala)
5. La Marie (Entrance)
6. Junction La Marie and La Brasserie Roads
7. Bigara (Wireless Station)
8. La Brasserie (Experimental Station)
9. Forest Side (Post Office)
10. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)

ROUTE 156

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Ollier Avenue (Super U)
9. Ollier Avenue (Gooly Store)
10. Jean Louvet Traffic Centre

ROUTE 156A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
2. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
3. La Louise
4. La Source

ROUTE 158

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Poudre d'or (Hospital)
1. Poudre d'or (Dispensary)
2. Poudre d'or (Limited Basalt)
3. Poudre d'or Hamlet
4A. L'Espérance Piton
5A. Piton
4. L'Espérance Trébuchet
5. Cottage (Social Welfare Centre)
6. Cottage (Mahatma Gandhi Road)
7. Forbach (Espace Maison)
8. The Vale Junction (Roundabout Motorway)
9. Mon Choisy Shopping Promenade
10. Grand Baie (Super U)

ROUTE 159

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Rivière Citron
7. SSRN Hospital
8. Saint André
9. Morcellement Saint André
10. Plaine des Papayes
11. Bois Mangues
12. Belle Vue Harel
13. Labourdonnais (Estate)
14. Cottage (Beginning of Village)
15. L'Espérance (Gate)
16. Poudre d'Or Hamlet
17. Poudre d'Or (United Basalt)
18. Poudre d'Or (Dispensary)
19. Poudre d'Or (Hospital)

ROUTES 160 AND 160A

Route 160 – Cité Vallijee (Bus Station) – Vallée des Prêtres (Terminus)

Route 160A – Cité Vallijee (Bus Station) – Upper Vallée des Prêtres (Sandokan Bar)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)
1. La Butte
2. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
3. Plaine Verte
4. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
5. Vallée des Prêtres (Nalletamby's House)
6. Vallée des Prêtres (Kovil)
7. Upper Vallée des Prêtres (Sandokan Bar)

ROUTE 162

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (Roundabout)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
13. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
14. Forest Side

ROUTE 163

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (Roundabout)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (Bus Station)

ROUTE 166

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (Bus Station)
1. Bonne Terre (Demi Gros National)
2. Junction La Caverne/Pavé d'Amour
3. Cité La Caverne

ROUTE 168

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. XVIth Mile (Junction Coriolis and Royal Roads)
4. Lapeyre Hill
5. Nouvelle France (Police Station)
6. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
7. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
8. La Flora (Shivala)
9. Grand Bois (Government School)
10. Grand Bois (Chapel)
11. Bois Chéri (Tea Factory)
12. Polidor
13. Goulie
14. Grand Bassin

ROUTE 169

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Bonne Mére (Maness)
2. Bonne Mére (Réservoir)
3. FUEL
4. Balance John
5. Camp de Masque Pavé (Government School)
6. Petite Cabane

ROUTE 170

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (SMF)
14. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
15. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
16. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
17. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 170A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (SMF)
14. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
15. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
16. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
17. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 171

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Saint Joseph (Chapel)
5. Arsenal
6. Rivière Citron
7. SSRN (Hospital)
8. Saint André
9. Solitude
10. Triolet 8th Mile (Sewraz's House)
11. Camp Lilas
12. Petite Pointe aux Piments
13. Grande Pointe aux Piments

ROUTE 172

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Plaisance (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Roches Brunes

ROUTE 173

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
3. Phoenix (Police Station)
4. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
5. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
6. Trianon (Margarine Industries)
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
9A. Moka (Hospital)
9. Gentilly
10. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 174

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Martindale
4. Colville Deverell Bridge
5. Soréze
6. Pailles (Grewals)
7. Camp Chapelon
8. Brabant Street (SPAR)
9. Port Louis (Victoria Square)

ROUTE 174A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2A. Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Martindale
4. Colville Deverell Bridge
5. Soréze
6. Pailles (Grewals)
7. Camp Chapelon
8. Brabant Street (SPAR)
9. Port Louis (Victoria Square)

ROUTE 175

Stage no. Name of stage
0. SSRN (Hospital)
1. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
2. Pamplemousses (MCB)
3. Calebasses
4. Khoyratty
5. Mountain (Junction Long)
6. Bois Pignolet
7A. Kitchin (End of Village)
8A. Kitchin (Ackbarally Lane)
7. Notre Dame (End of Village)
8. Long Mountain
9. L'Industrie
10. Créve Coeur (Government School)
11. Créve Coeur (Roodurman's House)

ROUTE 176

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Camp des Embrevades (Junction)
7. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
8. D'Épinay (Kalimaye)
9. Grande Rosalie
10. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
11. Ville Bague (End of Village)
12. Mare d'Australia
13. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
14. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
15. Bon Accueil
16. Lallmatie
17. Saint Julien (Government School)
18. Saint Julien (Church)
19. Belle Vue Allendy
20. Constance
21. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 178

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Melville
1. Grand Gaube (Church)
2. Roche Terre (Boutique Kalasse)
3. Roche Terre (Ramrecha Shop)
4. Goodlands (Government School)
5. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)
6. Mme Azor

ROUTE 179

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
3. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. La Louise
8. Palma (Government School)
9. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
10. Beaux Songes (Réservoir)
11. Montée Bol (Geoffroy Road Junction)
12. Bambous (Mangues Vert Doux)
13. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
14. Bambous (Dragon Store)
15. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
16. Junction Flic-en-Flac/Anna Estate Roads
17. Flic-en-Flac (Government School)
18. Flic-en-Flac (Golden Beach Restaurant)
19. Wolmar

ROUTE 179A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Curepipe Road (Darné Clinic)
2. Floréal (Knitwear Factory)
3. Junction Floréal and Riverwalk Roads
4. Vacoas (SMF)
5. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. La Louise
8. Palma (Government School)
9. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
10. Beaux Songes (Réservoir)
11. Montée Bol (Geoffroy Road Junction)
12. Bambous (Mangues Vert Doux)
13. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
14. Bambous (Dragon Store)
15. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
16. Junction Flic-en-Flac/Anna Estate Roads
17. Flic-en-Flac (Government School)
18. Flic-en-Flac (Golden Beach Restaurant)
19. Wolmar

ROUTE 180

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Bord Cascade
1. Henrietta (Chapel)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
4. Vacoas (Bus Station)
5. Phoenix (Indira Gandhi Indian Cultural Centre)
6. Valentina (Industrial Estate)

ROUTE 181

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Hermitage
1. Camp Fouquereaux (Hermitage Road Junction)
2. Highlands (Football Ground)
3. Phoenix (Highlands Road Junction)
4. Valentina (Industrial Estate)

ROUTE 182

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité La Cure (Traffic Centre)
1. Sainte Croix (Pére Laval Church)
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Plaine Verte
4. Junction Bouelvard Victoria/Inkerman Street
5. Junction Volcy Pougnet/Harris Streets
6. Deschartes Street/Jemmapes Street
7. Brabant Street (SPAR)
8. GRNW
9. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
10. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
11. Cité Chebel
12. Chebel (Open Prisons Road Junction)
13. Gros Cailloux (Morcellement de Marigny)

ROUTE 185

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Cité Bois Marchand

ROUTE 187

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)
1. Melle Jeanne (Bhugaloo's Shop)
2. Melle Jeanne (Kalimaye)

ROUTE 188

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (Roundabout)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. Sodnac

ROUTE 189

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
3. Saint Martin (Cemetery)
4. Junction Saint Martin/Black River Roads
5. Bambous (Roches Burnes Youth Training Centre)
6. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
7. Bambous (Dragon Store)
8. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
9. Junction Flic-en-Flac/Anna Estate Roads
10. Flic-en-Flac (Government School)
11. Flic-en-Flac (Golden Beach Restaurent)
12. Wolmar

ROUTE 190

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)

ROUTE 191 (EXPRESS SERVICE)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
16. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)

ROUTE 192 (EXPRESS SERVICE)

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
14. Vacoas (Bus Station)

ROUTE 193

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)
2. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillant)
3. Highlands (Geerjanan's House)
4. Belle Terre (Junction Belle Terre/Cinq Arpents Roads)
5. Belle Terre (Terminus)

ROUTE 194

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Boulet Rouge
2. Bramsthan
3. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
4. Écroignard (End of Village)
5. Caroline
6. Bel Air (Police Station)
7. Ernest Florent
8. Beau Champ
9. Deux Fréres
10. Quatre Soeurs
11. Marie Jeanne

ROUTE 195

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. Junction Glaieuls/Sodnac Avenue
2A. Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
2. Junction Hillcrest/Ibis Avenues
3. Candos (La Colline Commercial Centre)
4. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 196

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. Mont Goût (Shivala)
9. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
10. D'Épinay (Kalimaye)
11. Congomah (Government School)
12. Congomah (Terminus)

ROUTE 197

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17. Midlands
20. Union Park (Roundabout)
21. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
22. Beau Climat (S.E. Office)
23. La Flora (Shivala)
25. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
26. Rivière Dragon
27. Britannia
28. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
29. Rivière des Anguilles
30. Union Ducray
31. Souillac (Bain des Négresses Bridge)
32. Souillac (Bus Station)
33. Surinam (Mosque)
34. Surinam (Peerally Store)
35. Contour Léon
36. Belle Vue
37. Chemin Grenier (Taxi Stand)
38. Chemin Grenier (Tamil Temple)
39. Rivière des Galets (Bus Station)

ROUTE 198

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Deschartres Street/Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17. Midlands
20. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
21. Union Park (Village Hall)
22. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
23. Rose Belle (Gébert)
24. La Rosa
25. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
26. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
27. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
28. Plaisance (Grotto)
29A. SSR International Airport
29. Madame Dayla
30. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
31. Mahébourg (Bus Station)

ROUTE 199

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3A. Morcellement Raffray
3. Terre Rouge (Police Station)

ROUTE 200

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Deschartres Street/Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Ltd)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17. Midlands
20. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
21. Union Park (Village Hall)
22. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
23. Rose Belle (Gébert)
24. La Rosa
25. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
26. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
27. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
28. Union Vale
29. Trois Boutiques
30. Plein Bois
31. L'Escalier (Police Station)
32. La Sourdine

ROUTE 201

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Forest Side (Forum Complex)

ROUTE 202

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Hermitage
1. Camp Fouquereaux (Saint Antoine)
2. Castel (Camp Fouquereaux Junction)
3. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
4. Vacoas (Bus Station)

ROUTE 203

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Camp Benoit
4. Petite Rivière (Police Station)
5. Petite Rivière (Foyer Piat)
6. Gros Cailloux
7. Canot
8. Saint Martin (Cemetery)
9. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
10. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)

ROUTE 204

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Marthurin (Traffic Centre)
1. English Bay (Seth Raffaut Shop)
2A. Terre Rouge (Guillaume's House)
2. Jean Tac (Hermance Begue's House)
3. Grand Baie (Marcelin Grandcourt's House)

ROUTE 206

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Petit Gabriel (Police Station)
5. Bigarade (Réservoir)
6A. Dans Sami (Montagne Tonnerre)
6. Quatre Vents (Francet Restaurant)
7. Mangues (Government School)
8. La Fouche Mangues (San Wa Store)
9. La Ferme (Church)
10. Grand La Fouche Corail (Community Centre)
11. Cascade Jean Louis (Dispensary)
12. Plaine Corail (Airport)

ROUTE 206A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Pointe Monier (Fisheries)
2. Accacia (Children's Playground)
3. Pointe La Gueule (Claite Lutchessi's House)
4. Fond Diamant (Bridge)
5. Baie Malgache (Alain Meunier's House)
6. Montagne du Sable
7. Mangues (Government School)
8. La Fouche Mangues (San Wa Store)
9. La Ferme (Church)
10. Grand La Fouche Corail (Community Centre)
11. Cascade Jean Louis (Dispensary)
12. Plaine Corail (Airport)

ROUTE 207

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Petit Gabriel (Police Station)
5. Bigarade (Réservoir)
6. Papayes
7. Maréchal (College)
8. Grand La Fouche Corail (Community Centre)
9. La Ferme (Church)
10. Cascade Pistache (Children's Playground)
11. Baie Topaze (Football Playground)
12. Camp Pintade (Argile Genave Shop)
13. Camp Pintade (Pointe Palmiste Water Tank)

ROUTE 207A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kisque)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Petit Gabriel (Police Station)
5. Bigarade (Réservoir)
6. Papayes
7. Maréchal (College)
8. Grand La Fouche Corail (Community Centre)
9A. Anse Quitor (Lois Remy's House)
10A. Anse Quitor (Community Centre)
9. Corail (Edourad's House)
10. Petite Butte (Polimon's House)
11. Michel (Emilien's House)
12. Rivière Cocos (RCA School)

ROUTE 207B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Pointe Monier (Fisheries)
2. Accacia (Children's playground)
3. Pointe La Gueule (Claite Lutchessi's House)
4. Fond Diamant (Bridge)
5. Baie Malgache (Alain Meunier's House)
6. Anse Goéland (Montagne du Sable Junction)
7. Baie du Nord (Pre-primary School)
8. Baie du Nord
9. La Ferme (Hauteur Borne)
10. Cascade Pistache (Children's Playground)
11. Baie Topaze (Football Playground)
12. Camp Pintade (Argile Genave Shop)
13. Camp Pintade (Pointe Palmiste Water Tank)

ROUTE 207C

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Pointe Monier (Fisheries)
2. Accacia (Children's Playground)
3. Pointe La Gueule (Claite Lutchessi's House)
4. Fond Diamant (Bridge)
5. Baie Malgache (Alain Meunier's House)
6. Montagne du Sable
7. Mangues (Government School)
8. La Fouche Mangues (San Wa Store)
9. La Ferme (Hauteur Borne)
10. Cascade Pistache (Children's Playground)
11. Baie Topaze (Football Playground)
12. Camp Pintade (Argile Genave Shop)
13. Camp Pintade (Pointe Palmiste Water Tank)

ROUTE 208

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Mont Lubin (Hospital)
4. Palissade (Leopold Workshop)
5. Brule (Roche Bon Dieu Junction)
6A. Rivière Banane (Pre-primary School)
7A. Rivière Banane
6. Roche Bon Dieu (View Point)
7. Roche Bon Dieu (Colette's house)
8A. Saint François
8. Pointe Coton (Lyod Shop)
9. Pointe Coton (Public Beach)

ROUTE209

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Sainte Famille (Hauteur Gros Roche)
5. Pompée (Luc Manan's House)
6. Canne Paul (Ravanne's House)
7. Songes (Perrine's House)
8A. Port Sud-Est (Mapoon Shop)
9A. Mourouk (Ebony Shop)
8. Anse Baleine
9. Tamarin
10. Rivière Cocos (RCA School)

ROUTE 210

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Mont Lubin (Hospital)
4. Palissade (Leopold Workshop)
5. Coromandel
6. Batatrand (Government School)
7. Graviers

ROUTE 210A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Mont Lubin (Hospital)
4. Palissade (Leopold Workshop)
5. Coromandel
6. Trois Soleils
7A. Patate Théophile
7. Montagne Cabris

ROUTE 210B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Mont Lubin (Hospital)
4. Palissade (Leopold Workshop)
5. Coromandel
6. Thammes
7. Montagne Chérie

ROUTE 211

Route 211 – Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre) - Citron Donis via Malartic/Saint Gabriel

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Petit Gabriel (Police Station)
5A. Eau Vannée
5. Citron Donis

ROUTE 213

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Mourouk
1. Port Sud-Est (Mapoon Shop)
2. Songes (Perrine's House)
3. Anse Baleine
4. Tamarin
5A. Rivière Cocos (RCA School)
5. Île Michéle
6. Petite Butte (Polimon's House)
7. Corail (Edouard's House)
8A. Anse Quitor (Lois Remy's House)
9A. Anse Quitor (Community Centre)
8. Grand La Fouche Corail (Community Centre)
9. La Ferme (Church)
10. Baie du Nord (Begue's House)
11. Baie du Nord

ROUTE 214

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rivière du Poste
1. Rivière du Poste (Kalimaye)
2. Joli Bois (Sugar Estate Office)
3. Mare Tabac Bridge
4. Gros Billot (Samputh's House)
5. New Grove Branch Road (Community Health Centre)
6. La Rosa
7. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
8. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
9. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
10. Plaisance (Grotto)
11A. SSR International Airport
11. Madame Dayla
12. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
13. Mahébourg (Bus Station)

ROUTE 215

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
15. Grand Bay (Police Station)
16. Grand Bay (La Jonque Restaurant)

ROUTE 216

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Bonne Mére (Maness)
2. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
3. FUEL
4. La Roche
5. Saint Julien (Government School)
6. Lallmatie Branch Road (Mengur's House)
7A. Krishna Road (Bholah Ramburrun's House)
7. Grand Bas Fond (Surendra Gokhool's House)
8. Lallmatie (Nowbuth's Shop)
9. Saint Julien (Government School)
10. La Roche
11. FUEL
12. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
13. Bonne Mére (Maness)
14. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 217

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Constance
2. Junction Central Flacq/Poste de Flacq Roads
3. Hermitage (Frid Ramsamy's House)
4. La Porte Providence (Suren Coojja's House)
5. Poste de Flacq (Social Welfare Centre)
6. Junction Central Flacq/Poste de Flacq Roads
7. Constance
8. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 218

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Central Flacq (Bus Station)
1. Boulet Rouge
2. Queen Victoria Branch Road Junction
3. Queen Victoria (Football Ground)
4. Queen Victoria Branch Road (Junction)
5. Boulet Rouge
6. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 219

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Sivananda Avenue, Floréal (Rivière Sèche Junction)
2. Sivananda Avenue, Floréal (Sadally Junction)
3. Sivananda Avenue (Vacoas Bus Station)
4. Sivananda Avenue, Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
5. Syed Hossen Avenue, Phoenix (Med Point)
6. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
7. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 220

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3A. Citronelle (La Paille)
3. Malabar (La Croisée Shop)
4. Soupirs (Union Junction)
5. Soupirs (Terminus)

ROUTE 221

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)
1. Plaine des Roches (Govt. School)
2. Plaine des Roches (End of village)
3. Plaine des Roches (Réservoir)
4. Junction Plaine des Roches/Petite Retraite Roads
5. Petite Retraite
6. Pont Blanc
7. Constance (Football Ground)
8. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 222

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ébéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Branch Road)
12. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Overseas Gloves Factory)
13. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
14. Saint Julien D'Hotman (End of Village)
15. Junction Unité and Higginson Roads
16. Junction Higginson and Riviére Céré Roads
17. Saint Julien (Government School)
18. Lallmatie
19. Bon Accueil
20. Grande Retraite
21. Petite Retraite
23. Laventure (Football Playground)
24. Junction Amaury/Bois Jacquot Roads
25. Belle Vue Maurel
26. Mon Loisir (SE)
27. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 222A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Ebéne (MITD)
2. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
3. Moka (Mahatma Gandhi Institute)
4. Gentilly
5. Saint Pierre (Traffic Centre)
6. Verdun (Beginning of Village)
7. Verdun (Bar-le-Duc Bridge)
8. Alma (Beginning of Village)
9. Alma (Cemetery)
10. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
11. Providence (Branch Road)
12. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Overseas Gloves Factory)
13. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
14. Saint Julien D'Hotman (End of Village)
15. Junction Unité/Higginson Roads
16. Junction Higginson/Rivière Céré Roads
17. Saint Julien (Government School)
18. Lallmatie
19. Belvédére
20. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
21. Bon Accueil
22. Grande Retraite (Junction Laventure/Flacq Roads)
23. Grande Retraite (Junction Laventure/Bois d'Oiseaux Roads)
24. Laventure (Magasin Bon Marché)
25. Laventure (Football Playground)
26. Junction Amaury/Bois Jacquot Roads
27. Belle Vue Maurel
28. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
29. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 224

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1. Créve Coeur (Contour Oblass)
2. Solitude (Contour Kiosque)
3. Mont Lubin (Hospital)
4. Vainqueur
5. Montagne Goyaves (Health Centre)
6. Baladirou

ROUTE 225

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-es-Salaam Square)
1. Plaisance (Children Playground)
2. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)

ROUTE 226

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Branch Road)
10. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Overseas Gloves Factory)
11. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
12. Saint Julien D'Hotman (End of Village)
13. Junction Unité/Higginson Roads
14. Junction Higginson/Rivière Céré Roads
15. Saint Julien (Government School)
16. Lallmatie
17. Bon Accueil
18. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
19. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
20. Mare d'Australia (Beginning of Village)
21. Junction Mare d'Australia/Amaury Roads
22. Amaury (Social Walfare Centre)
23. Junction L'aventure/Bois Jacquot Roads
24. Belle Vue Maurel
25. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
26. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 226A

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Branch Road)
10. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Overseas Gloves Factory)
11. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
12. Saint Julien D'Hotman (End of Village)
13. Junction Unité/Higginson Roads
14. Junction Higginson/Rivière Céré Roads
15. Saint Julien (Government School)
16. Lallmatie
17. Belvédére
18. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
19. Mare d'Australia
20. Junction Mare d' Australia/Amaury Roads
21. Phoolyar Nagar
22. Belle Vue Maurel
23. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
25. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 226B

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
2. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
3. Belle Rive (Junction)
4. Belle Rive (Carreau Chapeau)
5. Valetta (Junction)
6. Valetta (End of Village)
7. Vuillemin (Junction)
8. Quartier Militaire (Ex-Railway Station)
9. Providence (Branch Road)
10. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Overseas Gloves Factory)
11. Saint Julien D'Hotman (Reetoo's House)
12. Saint Julien D'Hotman (End of Village)
13. Junction Unité/Higginson Roads
14. Junction Higginson/Rivière Céré Roads
15. Saint Julien (Government School)
16. Lallmatie (Mission Cross Road)
17. Bon Accueil
18. Grande Retraite
19. Grande Retraite (Junction Laventure/Bois d'Oiseaux Roads)
20. Laventure (Magasin Bon Marché)
21. Laventure (Football Ground)
22. Junction Amaury/Bois Jacquot Roads
23. Belle Vue Maurel
24. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
25. Rivière du Rempart (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 227

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Eau Partagée)
8. Beau Plan (L'Aventure du Sucre)
9. SSRN Hospital
10. Saint André
11. Morcellement Saint André
12. Plaine des Papayes
13. Belle Vue Pilot
14. Fond-du-Sac (End of Village)
15. Lower Vale (Sottise Junction)
16. Upper Vale
17. Petit Raffray (Social Welfare Centre)
18. Cap Malheureux (Junction)
19. Grand Gaube (Junction)
20. Goodlands (Government School)
21. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 228

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Grande Pointe aux Piments
1. Pointe aux Piments (Colonial Beach Hotel)
2. Trou aux Biches (Oasis Hotel)
3. Trou aux Biches (Hotel)
4. Mon Choisy (Public Beach)
5. Pointe-aux-Cannoniers
6. Grand Baie (La Pointe Supermarket)
7. Grand Baie (MCB)
8. Grande Baie (Merville Hotel)
9A. Morcellement Swan
9. Péreybère (1st Public Beach)
10. Péreybère (2nd Public Beach)
11. Cap Malheureux (Cemetery)
12. Pavillon
13. Petit Raffray (Fields)
14. Petit Raffray (Beginning of Village)
15. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
16. Goodlands (Government School)
17. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 229

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Dar-Es-Salam Square)
1. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Mont Roches (Co-operative Store)
3. Saint Martin (Cemetery)
4. Junction Saint Martin and Black River Roads
5. Bambous (Roches Brunes Youth Training Centre)
6. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
7A. Bambous (NHDC Complex)
7. Bambous (Dragon Store)

ROUTE 230

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Mathurin (Traffic Centre)
1A. Fond Camp du Roi
1. Hauteur Accacia

ROUTE 231

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pointe-aux-Cannoniers
1. Grande Baie (La Pointe Supermarket)
2. Grand Baie (Super U)
3. Sottise (Community Centre)
4. Upper Vale (La Salette Road Junction)
5. Petit Raffray (Daruty Junction)
6. Rouillard (Daruty Junction)
7. Trois Bras (Goodlands)
8. Goodlands (Government School)
9. Saint Antoine (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 232

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Laval/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Laval Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Camp des Embrevades (Junction)
7. D'Épinay (Beginning of Village)
8. D'Épinay (Kalimaye)
9. Grande Rosalie
10. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
11. Ville Bague (End of Village)
12. Mare d'Australia
13. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
14. Belvédére
15. Lallmatie
16. Saint Julien (Government School)
17. Saint Julien (Church)
18. Belle Vue Allendy
19. Constance
20. Central Flacq
21. Boulet Rouge
22. Bramsthan
23. Écroignard (Beginning of Village)
24. Écroignard (End of Village)
25. Caroline
26. Bel Air (Police Station)
27. Bel Air (End of Village)

ROUTE 233

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Plaine Verte
1. Junction Boulevard Victoria/Inkerman Street
2. Tranquebar (Cité Madeleine)

ROUTE 234

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)
1. La Butte
2. Pandit Nehru Street (Jezebel Shoe Factory)
3. Tranquebar (Cité Madeleine)

ROUTE 235

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Roche Bois (Flyover)
2. Roche Bois (Ex-Dockers Flat)
3. Cité Ilois

ROUTE 236

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
1. Hospice Pére Lavel/Plaine Verte
2. Pére Lavel Entrance
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Melle Laure
5. Khoyratty
6. Calebasses
7. Pamplemousses (Canton Belle Eau)
8. The Mount (Boutique Bambous)
9. Petite Rosalie
10. Grande Rosalie
11. Ville Bague (La Nicoliére Junction)
12. Ville Bague (End of Village)
13. Mare d'Australia
14. Brisée Verdiére (Atma Shopping Centre)
15. Brisée Verdiére (Latapie Branch Road)
16. Bon Accueil
17. Lallmatie
18. Saint Julien (Government School)
19. La Roche
20. FUEL
21. Bonne Mére (Reservoir)
22. Bonne Mére (Maness)
23. Central Flacq
24. Argy
25. Junction Belle Mare/Isidore Rose Roads
26. Mare La Chaux
27. Belle Mare (Beginning of Village)
28. Belle Mare (Public Beach)
29. Belle Mare (Waterpark)

ROUTE 237

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vallée des Prêtres (Kovil)
1. Vallée des Prêtres (Nalletamby's House)
2. Vallée des Prêtres (Junction)
3. Plaine Verte

4.

Junction Boulevard Victoria/Inkerman street

5.

Junction Volcy Pougnet/Harris Street

6.

La Butte

7.

Old Moka Road (Chinese Cultural Centre)

8.

Les Guibies (Trunk Road)

9.

Pailles (Morcellement Raffray)

ROUTE 238

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Pailles (Morcellement Raffray)
1. Les Guibies (Trunk Road)
2. Old Moka Road (Chinese Cultural Centre)
3. La Butte/Victoria Square

4.

Port Louis (Transportation Centre)

ROUTE 239

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
1. Hugnin Road (Rose Hill Transport Garage)
2. Camp Levieux (NHDC Complex)
3. Roches Brunes (Independence Street)
4. Beau Bassin (Serge Alfred Swimming Pool)
5. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
6. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 240

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Sottise
1. Lower Vale (Government School)
2. Lower Vale (Beginning of Village)
3. Fond-du-Sac (Beginning of Village)
4. Belle Vue Pilot
5. Plaine des Papayes
6. Bois Mangues
7. Belle Vue Harel
8. Mapou
9. Mon Choix
10. Piton
12. Gokhoola
13. L' Amitié
14. Mon Loisir (Sugar Estate)
15A. Rivière du Rempart
15. Belle Vue Maurel
16. Junction Laventure/Bois Jacquot Roads
17. Laventure (Football Playground)
19. Petite Retraite
20. Pont Blanc
21. Constance (Football Ground)
22. Central Flacq (Bus Station)

ROUTE 241

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Vacoas (NTC Rémy Ollier Depot)
1. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
2. Vacoas (Bus Station)
3. Phoenix (Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre)
4. Phoenix (MITD)
5. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
6. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 242

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Petite Rivière (Foyer Fiat)
1. Petite Rivière (Police Station)
2. Camp Benoit
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Quatre Bornes (Cité Saint Jean)
10. La Louise
11. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
12. La Caverne (Modern Complex)
13. Vacoas (ENT Hospital)

ROUTE 243

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)
1. La Louise
2. Palma (Government School)
3. Palma (Bassin Estate Junction)
4. Beaux Songes (Reservoir)
5. Montée Bol (Geoffroy Road Junction)
6. Bambous (Mangues Vert Doux)
7. Bambous (Junction Black River/Geoffroy Roads)
8. Bambous (Dragon Store)
9. Cascavelle Shopping Mall
10. Clarence (Beginning of Village)
11. Clarence (End of Village)
12. Rivière du Rempart Bridge
13. Tamarin (Beginning of Village)
14. Tamarin (Salt Pans)
15. La Preneuse
16. Grande Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
17. Black River (Trois Bras Store)
18. Montée Bois Puant
19. Petite Rivière Noire (Salt Pans)
20. Petite Rivière Noire (End of Village)
21. Case Noyale
22. Chamarel (Post Office)
23. Chamarel (Terminus)

ROUTE 244

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Roche Bois (Saint Martin)
2. Mer Rouge (Freeport)

ROUTE 245

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17 Midlands
20. Union Park (Roundabout)
21. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
22. Beau Climat (Sugar Estate Office)
23. La Flora (Shivala)
25. Rivière du Poste (Junction)
26. Rivière Dragon
27. Britannia
28. Tyack (Vishnu Mandir)
29. Rivière des Anguilles
30. Batimarais
31. Château Bénarés
32. Saint Amand Bridge
33. Camp Diable

ROUTE 246

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17. Midlands
20. Union Park (Roundabout)
21. Nouvelle France (Comlone)
22. Beau Climat (Sugar Estate Office)
23. La Flora (Shivala)
24. Grand Bois (Government School)
25. Grand Bois (Chapel)
26. Bois Chéri

ROUTE 247

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach North)
1. Forest Side (Post Office)
2. Forest Side (UBS Depot)
3. Cité Anouchka

ROUTE 248

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Deschartres Street/Victoria Square)
1. Cassis (Royal College)/Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. Camp Chapelon
3. Pailles (Grewals)
4. Soréze
5. Colville Deverell Bridge
6. Martindale
7. Réduit (University of Mauritius)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Highlands
12. Camp Fouquereaux (Roundabout)
13. Wooton (Roundabout)
15. La Vigie (Roundabout)
17. Midlands
20. Union Park (Cluny Junction)
21. Union Park (Village Hall)
22. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
23. Rose Belle (Gébert)
24. New Grove Branch Road (Community Health Centre)
25. Gros Billot (Samputh's House)
26. Mare Tabac (Bridge)
27. Joli Bois (Sugar Estate Office)
28. Rivière du Poste (Kalimaye)
29. Rivière du Poste (Terminus)

ROUTE 249

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Dubreuil
1. Midlands Dam (Entrance)
2. Raffray No. 1
3. Junction Dubreuil/Charteuse Roads
4. Piton du Milieu (Junction)
5. Le Horne
6. Belle Rive (Junction)
7. Hermitage
8. Camp Fouqueraux (Junction Hermitage Road)
9. Highlands (Football Ground)
10. Phoenix (Junction Highlands Road)
11. Saint Paul (Magasin Lotus)
12. Vacoas (Bus Station)
13. Phoenix (Garderie Saint Michel)
14. Carreau Laliane (Woodun's House)
15. Candos (Victoria Hospital)
16. Quatre Bornes (Traffic Centre)

ROUTE 250

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Port Louis (Victoria Square)
1. Brabant Street (SPAR)
2. GRNW
3. Coromandel (Sunray Hotel)
4. Belle Étoile (Tamil Social Hall)
5. Beau Bassin (Vinayak Mandir)
6. Beau Bassin (Cercle de Beau Bassin)
7. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)
8. Belle Rose (Pepsi Cola)
9. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
10. Phoenix (Pont Fer)
11. Phoenix (Police Station)
12. Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)
13. Eau Coulée (Ruhee's House)
14. Couvent de Lorette (Mosque)
15. Couacaud (Surat Distribution Centre)
16. Belle Rive (Junction)
17. Le Horne
18. Piton du Milieu (Junction)
19. Junction Chartreuse/Dubreuil Roads
20. Raffray No. 1
21. Midlands Dam (Entrance)
22. Dubreuil

ROUTE 251

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Calebasses
1. Khoyratty
2. Melle Laure
3. Terre Rouge (Boutique Tamarin)
4. Pére Laval Entrance
5. Saint François Xavier Street (Stadium)
6. SSR Street (Mosque)
7. La Butte
8. Plaine Lauzun (Bus Station)

ROUTE 252

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Curepipe (Jan Palach South)
1. Forest Side (Le Forum)
3. Midlands
6. Nouvelle France (Roundabout)
7. Balisson (Roundabout)
8. Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
9. Rose Belle (Junction Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital/Royal Roads)
10. Rose Belle (Gébert)
11. La Rosa
12. Mare d'Albert (Government School)
13. Mare d'Albert (United Basalt)
14. Plaine Magnien (Police Station)
15. Plaisance (Grotto)
16. Madame Dayla
17. Beau Vallon (Junction Blue Bay/Royal Roads)
18. Mahébourg (Bus Station)

ROUTE 253

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Cité Vallijee (Bus Station)
1. La Butte
2. Junction Frére Félix de Valois/Labourdonnais Streets
3. Plaine Verte
4. Pére Laval Entrance
5. Riche Terre (Commercial Centre)
6. Riche Terre Road (Receiving Station)
7. Le Goulet

ROUTE 254

Stage

NumberName of stage

0.Curepipe (Jan Palach North)1.Eau Coulée (Neergheen Bhawan)2.Castel (Magasin Étoile Brillante)3.Phoenix (Police Station)4.Phoenix (Pont Fer)5.Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)6.Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)7.Ébéne (Cyber Tower)8.Ébéne (MITD)9.Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

ROUTE 255

Stage no. Name of stage
0. Bord Cascade
1. Henrietta (Chapel)
2. Glen Park (Shivala)
3. Réunion (Cantin Government School)
4. Vacoas (Bus Station)
5. Phoenix (Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre)
6. Phoenix (MITD)
7. Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
8. Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
9. Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
10. Ébéne (MITD)
11. Rose Hill (Place Cardinal Margéot)

[First Sch. amended by reg. 5 of GN 71 of 2001 w.e.f. 1 July 2001; reg. 3 of GN 66 of 2002 w.e.f. 22 June 2002; reg. 3 of GN 88 of 2002 w.e.f. 1 August 2002; reg. 3 of GN 30 of 2003 w.e.f. 15 March 2003; reg. 3 of GN 132 of 2004 w.e.f. 1 October 2004; reg. 3 of GN 8 of 2005 w.e.f. 24 January 2005; revoked and replaced by reg. 7 of GN 252 of 2006 w.e.f. 28 December 2006; amended by reg. 3 of GN 14 of 2010 w.e.f 2 February 2010.]

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SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulations 8, 9, 10, 11 and 11A]

ALL ROUTE OTHER THAN ROUTE 38, 38A, 79 AND 215

Stage number Adult
(Rs)
Child
(Rs)
Student
(Rs)
1 12 7 12
2 18 10 12
3 24 12 17
4 24 12 17
5 27 14 17
6 27 14 17
7 30 16 17
8 30 16 17
9 31 17 17
10 31 17 17
11 31 17 17
12 31 17 18
13 34 18 18
14 34 18 18
15 34 18 20
16 34 18 20
17 34 18 20
18 34 18 20
19 34 18 20
20 34 18 20
21 34 18 20
22 34 18 20
23 34 18 20
24 34 18 20
25 34 18 20
26 34 18 20
27 34 18 20
28 34 18 20
29 34 18 20
30 34 18 20
30 37 19 20

[Second Sch. revoked and replaced by reg. 6 of GN 71 of 2001 w.e.f. 1 July 2001; reg. 4 of GN 88 of 2002 w.e.f. 1 August 2002; reg. 4 of GN 132 of 2004 w.e.f. 1 October 2004; amended by reg. 4 of GN 124 of 2005 w.e.f. 15 August 2005; revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 72 of 2008 w.e.f. 5 May 2008; amended by reg. 4 of GN 14 of 2010 w.e.f. 2 February 2010; revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 224 of 2010 w.e.f. 13 December 2010; reg. 3 of GN 198 of 2013 w.e.f. 12 August 2013.]

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THIRD SCHEDULE

[Regulations 8, 9, 10, 11 and 11A]

ROUTE 38 (LA LOUISE - EBENE - LA LOUISE)

Stage number Adult (Rs) Child (Rs) Student (Rs) Name of stage
0 La Louise
1 20 11 14 Junction Glaieuls/Sodnac Avenues
2 20 11 14 Junction Hillcrest/Ibis Avenues
3 20 11 14 Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
4 20 11 14 Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
5 20 11 14 Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
6 20 11 14 Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
7 20 11 14 Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
8 20 11 14 Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
9 20 11 14 La Louise

ROUTE 38A (LA LOUISE – ÉBENE – LA LOUISE)

Stage number Adult (Rs) Child (Rs) Student (Rs) Name of stage
0 La Louise
1 20 11 14 Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
2 20 11 14 Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
3 20 11 14 Ébéne (Cyber Tower)
4 20 11 14 Trianon (Margarine Industries Limited)
5 20 11 14 Pellegrin (Trianon Shopping Park)
6 20 11 14 Phoenix (Commercial Centre)
7 20 11 14 Junction Hillcrest/Ibis Avenues
8 20 11 14 Candos (La Colline Commercial Centre)
9 20 11 14 La Louise

ROUTE 79 (BOIS CHÉRI – ROSE BELLE)

Stage number Adult (Rs) Child (Rs) Student (Rs) Name of stage
0 Rose Belle
1 12 7 12 Jawaharlall Nehru Hospital
2 12 7 12 Wireless Road (Beginning)
3 20 11 14 Wireless Road (End)
4 20 11 14 La Flora (Shivala)
5 20 11 14 Grand Bois (Government School)
6 20 11 14 Grand Bois (Chapel)
7 20 11 14 Bois Chéri

ROUTE 215 (PORT LOUIS – GRAND BAY VIA TRUNK ROAD)

Stage number Adult (Rs) Child (Rs) Student (Rs) Name of stage
0 Port Louis (Transportation Centre)
15 33 33 33 Grand Bay (Police Station)
16 33 33 33 Grand Bay (La Jonque Restaurant)

[Third Sch. revoked and replaced by reg. 7 of GN 71 of 2001 w.e.f. 1 July 2001; reg. 5 of GN 88 of 2002 w.e.f. 1 August 2002; reg. 5 of GN 132 of 2004 w.e.f. 1 October 2004; amended by reg. 4 of GN 124 of 2005 w.e.f. 15 August 2005; revoked and replaced by reg. 4 of GN 72 of 2008 w.e.f. 5 May 2008; amended by reg. 5 of GN 14 of 2010 w.e.f. 2 February 2010; revoked and replaced by reg. 4 of GN 224 of 2010 w.e.f. 13 December 2010; reg. 4 of GN 198 of 2013 w.e.f. 12 August 2013.]

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Road Traffic (Conduct of Passengers) Regulations 1967

[GN 72 of 1967 – 29 July 1967] [section 100]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (Conduct of Passengers) Regulations 1967.

2. In these regulations –

"authorised person" means any employee of the owner of a public service vehicle;

"conductor" means a person licensed to act as conductor;

"driver" means a person licensed to drive a public service vehicle;

"operator" means the owner of a public service vehicle;

"vehicle" means a public service vehicle.

3. (1) Where at a bus stand or bus stopping place, 2 or more passengers are waiting for a bus, these passengers shall form a queue in single file in the order of their arrival at the stand or stopping place.

(2) The intending passengers forming a queue shall take and give precedence according to the order of their arrival and no person shall take a place in the queue in front of a person who has precedence over him.

(3) An intending passenger shall not board a bus at a bus stand or bus stopping place otherwise than from a queue, if any, and in the order in which the queue is formed.

4. Where a vehicle is carrying passengers or is waiting to pick up passengers, a passenger or an intending passenger, as the case may be, shall not –

(a) use obscene or offensive language or conduct himself in a disorderly manner;

(b) enter or alight from the vehicle otherwise than by the doors or openings provided for that purpose;

(c) when entering or attempting to enter the vehicle, wilfully and unreasonably impede passengers seeking to enter the vehicle or to alight from that vehicle;

(d) enter or remain in the vehicle when requested not to do so by an authorised person on the ground that the vehicle is carrying its full complement of passengers or that the operator is debarred from picking up passengers at the place in question by reason of the conditions attached to his public service licence;

(e) travel –

(i) on the upper deck of the vehicle unless he occupies a seat provided for that purpose; or

(ii) in any part of the vehicle not provided for the conveyance of passengers;

(f) wilfully do or cause to be done with respect to any part of the vehicle or its equipment anything which is calculated to obstruct or interfere with the working of the vehicle or, cause injury or discomfort to any person;

(g) while the vehicle is in motion, distract the driver's attention without reasonable cause;

(h) give any signal which may be interpreted by the driver as a signal from the conductor to start;

(i) spit in or from any part of the vehicle, or wilfully damage, soil or defile any part of the vehicle;

(j) while in the vehicle, distribute printed or similar matter of any description or distribute any article for the purpose of advertising;

(k) wilfully remove, displace, deface or alter any number plate, notice board, fare table, route indicator, destination board advertisement or any other printed notice in the vehicle;

(l) while in the vehicle, use or operate any noisy instrument or make or combine with any other person to make any excessive noise by singing, shouting or otherwise to the annoyance of other persons;

(m) attach to, display or trail from the vehicle any streamer, balloon, flag or other article in such manner as to overhang the road;

(n) wilfully obstruct or impede any authorised person;

(o) –

(p) while in the vehicle beg or sell any article;

(q) enter or travel in or on a vehicle with any dangerous article or, except with the consent of an authorised person, bring in or on the vehicle any bulky or cumbersome article or place the article elsewhere in or on the vehicle other than as directed by an authorised person;

(r) leave or attempt to leave without paying the fare for the journey which he has taken or with intent to avoid payment.

[Reg. 4 amended by reg. 8(2) of GN 263 of 2008 w.e.f. 1 March 2009.]

5. A passenger in a bus shall –

(a) not use or attempt to use any ticket which has been –

(i) altered or defaced; or

(ii) issued to another person, where the ticket bears an indication that it is not transferable;

(b) unless he is holder of a ticket in respect of a journey, declare the journey he intends to take and pay the conductor the fare for the whole of that journey and accept the ticket provided for that journey;

(c) if requested by the conductor, leave the vehicle on completion of the journey for which he has paid the fare;

(d) show his ticket, if any, when required to do so by the conductor or any other authorised person or, if he fails to show his ticket and is called upon by the conductor or the authorised person, pay twice the amount of the fare for the journey taken or to be taken by him;

(e) if required to do so, surrender his ticket to any authorised person at the end of the journey covered by that ticket;

(f) if required to do so, surrender any period or season ticket held by him at the expiry of the period for which it was issued to him;

(g) if required to do so, surrender any ticket held by him on completion of the journey covered by that ticket or in exchange for a new ticket covering the journey or journeys he is still entitled to take.

[Reg. 5 amended by reg. 3 of GN 142 of 2003 w.e.f. 1 September 2003.]

6. Where a bus breaks down in the course of a journey and within a quarter of an hour the bus is not repaired or the operator fails to provide a relief bus for the conveyance of the passengers to their destination, it shall be lawful for the passengers to discontinue their journey and, in that event, they shall not be called upon to pay any fare or they shall be entitled to a refund of any fare which may already have been paid, as the case may be.

7. Every passenger in a vehicle who is reasonably suspected by the driver or conductor of contravening these regulations shall, on demand, give his name and address to the driver or conductor, or to any police officer.

8. (1) Any passenger who contravenes these regulations –

(a) may be removed from the vehicle by the driver or conductor, or by any police officer at the request of the driver or conductor; and

(b) shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable –

(i) in the case of an offence under these regulations, other than regulation 4(a), to a fine not exceeding 1,000 rupees;

(ii) in the case of an offence under regulation 4(a), to a fine not exceeding 5,000 rupees.

(2) A person who fails to pay twice the fare payable under regulation 5(d) shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding 5,000 rupees.

[Reg. 8 revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 141 of 1985 w.e.f. 7 December 1985; reg. 3 of GN 9 of 1990 w.e.f. 20 January 1990; amended by reg. 4 of GN 142 of 2003 w.e.f. 1 September 2003.]

9. –

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Road Traffic (Conductors and Drivers of Buses) Regulations 1954

[GN 99 of 1954 – 1 October 1954] [sections 105 and 116]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (Conductors and Drivers of Buses) Regulations 1954.

2. In these regulations –

"conductor" means the conductor of a bus;

"driver" means the driver of a public service vehicle.

3. It shall not be lawful for any conductor –

(a) to act as conductor unless he is authorised in writing by the Authority;

(b) to allow, except with the written authorisation of the Authority, to be carried in a bus –

(i) any luggage, except such personal luggage as belongs to any passenger travelling in the bus;

(ii) any bulky or heavy article, goods or merchandise; and

(iii) any fish, article or goods which, by reason of the smell, shape or size thereof, may be a source of inconvenience or discomfort to any passenger travelling in the bus;

(c) unless otherwise directed by the police or Chairperson of the Authority, to change the destination indicator of a bus or in any way alter the destination borne on such indicator at any time before the bus shall have reached the terminus of the route inscribed on the indicator, provided that the police or Chairperson may at any time vary any direction given by them;

(d) to charge any fare except such fare as fixed by the Authority and prescribed by a tariff bearing the stamp of the Authority and exhibited in a bus;

(e) to allow any person to be carried in a bus otherwise than properly seated, in conformity with the seating accommodation, provided in the bus, provided that this paragraph shall not apply to passengers authorised to stand by the Authority or to a duly authorised person travelling on the bus for the purpose of examining tickets;

(f) to make any noise or sound any instrument for the purpose of attracting the attention of the public or interfering with any passenger;

(g) to employ any person as agent or tout in respect of any bus;

(h) to refuse to signal to the driver of the bus to stop the bus at the request of any passenger for the purpose of enabling the passenger to alight from or board such vehicle, except where the stopping would constitute a breach of any law or regulations for the time being in force;

(i) to allow the doors of any bus to remain open when the bus is in motion except where authorised by the Authority;

(j) to allow a bus to remain at any stopping place in breach of regulation 47 of the Road Traffic Regulations 1954.

4. (1) A conductor shall take any person as a passenger in a bus for any destination along the route borne on the destination indicator of that bus unless –

(a) the accommodation determined by the Authority is not available in the bus; or

(b) when the bus is being used at the time under a special contract.

(2) Subject to paragraph 3, a driver of a bus shall –

(a) stop the bus at every bus stop along its route; and

(b) keep the bus stationary at a bus stop for such period of time as is necessary for the purpose of enabling any person either to alight at the bus stop or
to enter the bus.

(3) Where the conductor of a bus informs the driver that neither standing nor seating accommodation is available in the bus, the driver shall not be required to stop at the bus stop unless any passenger has indicated that he intends to alight at the bus stop.

(4) Every conductor shall give to the driver accurate information about the accommodation situation in the vehicle.

[Reg. 4 amended by reg. 2 of GN 102 of 1956 w.e.f. 1 July 1957; revoked and replaced by reg. 3 of GN 110 of 1979 w.e.f. 9 June 1979.]

5.

[Reg. 5 revoked by reg. 8(1) of GN 263 of 2008 w.e.f. 1 March 2009.]

6. Every driver and conductor shall behave in a civil and orderly manner.

7. (1) The registration number of the bus shall be painted above the front windscreen inside the bus and the letters and figures shall be 3 inches high and one quarter inch thick.

(2) The conductor shall take all reasonable precautions to ensure that the number is at all times visible to passengers seated inside the bus.

8. Refuelling shall in no case be made in the course of a journey but shall be made before leaving the starting point with such quantity of fuel as will allow the bus to reach its destination as indicated by the destination indicator.

9. The driver of a bus shall maintain the fittings connecting the silencer to the engine in an efficient condition so as to prevent the exhaust gases from the engine from interfering with the comfort of the passengers in the bus.

10. No goods or luggage shall be carried on the roof of a bus.

11. Passengers shall be entitled to the carriage, free of charge, of personal luggage the weight of which shall not exceed 10 kilogrammes, for each passenger.

12. (1) Where, in the event of a bus breaking down in the course of a journey, the bus cannot be repaired within a quarter of an hour of the breakdown, a relief bus shall be provided for the carriage of the passengers to their destination, and those passengers who have already paid their fares to that destination shall be carried thither in the relief bus without any further payment.

(2) In case of failure to provide a relief bus, the passengers of the broken down bus may discontinue their journey and, in that event, shall not be called upon to pay any fare, and shall be entitled to a refund of any fare which may already have been paid.

12A. (1) (a) When and as often as a licence is issued to a driver or conductor, there shall be issued to that driver or conductor a badge in such form as may from time to time be determined by the Authority, showing the nature of the licence issued and bearing a letter and number which shall be recorded on the licence, and by which the licensee may be identified.

(b) No badge shall, except by way of replacement, be issued to a driver or conductor to whom a similar badge has already been issued and who has not surrendered it.

(2) (a) Every driver or conductor shall wear his badge in a conspicuous position so that the distinguishing letter and number are easily legible at all times during his employment as driver or conductor, as the case may be.

(b) Where a badge is lost, destroyed or defaced, the driver or conductor shall, prior to a new badge issued to him, notify the Authority of the fact and apply forthwith for a new badge and may then act as driver or conductor, as the case may be, without wearing his badge.

(3) A driver or conductor shall not wear a badge on which any letter or figure has become illegible, and he shall forthwith surrender that badge to the Authority.

(4) A driver or conductor shall not transfer or lend his badge to any other person or permit any other person to wear his badge.

(5) Every badge shall remain the property of the Authority and shall be returned to the Authority on the driver or conductor ceasing to be employed as such or on his licence being withdrawn, suspended or revoked.

(6) (a) The issuing of a badge to a driver or conductor shall be subject to the payment of such fee as the Authority may determine.

(b) Such fee shall be refunded on the badge being subsequently returned in good condition to the Authority.

(7) (a) The Chairperson may, in his discretion, cause a new badge to be issued to any driver or conductor who notifies the Authority that the badge already issued to him is lost, destroyed or defaced.

(b) The issue of a new badge to a driver or conductor under this paragraph shall be subject to the payment of such fee as the Authority may determine.

(8) Every driver or conductor shall at all times during his employment carry his licence on his person and shall, on demand, produce that licence as well as his badge to any member of the police force or to the Chairperson.

[Reg. 12A inserted by reg. 3 of GN 102 of 1956 w.e.f. 1 July 1957; amended by reg. 3 of GN 92 of 1981 w.e.f. 9 May 1981.]

13. - 14.

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Road Traffic (Construction and Use of Vehicles) Regulations 2010

[GN 53 of 2010 – 13 February 2010] [Sections 105 and 190]

PART I – PRELIMINARY

1. Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (Construction and Use of Vehicles) Regulations 2010.

2. Interpretation

In these regulations –

"Act" means the Road Traffic Act;

"agricultural tractor" means a motor tractor intended solely for the purposes of agriculture;

"anchorage points" means points designed to hold a seat belt securely in position on the vehicle;

"articulated vehicle" means a combination of a drawing vehicle and one or more trailers;

"axle", in relation to a vehicle, means a device around which the wheels of the vehicle rotate and is so placed that, when the vehicle is travelling straight ahead, the vertical centre-lines of the wheels are in one vertical plane at right angles to the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle;

"axle unit", in relation to a vehicle, means a set of 2 or more parallel axles of the vehicle which are so interconnected as to form a unit;

"brake lamp" means a lamp referred to in regulation 41;

"braking efficiency" means the maximum braking force capable of being developed by the brakes of a vehicle, expressed as a percentage of its gross weight, including part of the load and the maximum of the average weight of the number of persons the vehicle is allowed to carry;

"British Standard" means a standard issued by the British Standard Institution;

"bull bar" means any metal, alloy or other hard material in the nature of a crash bar, other than a bumper, fitted to the front of a vehicle, whether as part of the original design of the vehicle or not;

"centre-line of an axle unit" means a line midway between the centre-lines of the extreme axles of an axle unit;

"Class A" and "Class B", in relation to inflammable liquids, have the same meaning as in the Inflammable Liquids and Substances Regulations 1953;

"class label", in relation to a dangerous or hazardous substance, means the label specified in the third column of the First Schedule;

"consignor", in relation to a dangerous or hazardous substance intended for carriage by a goods vehicle, means the owner of the substance;

"container" means a transportation container of goods, of not less than 2.4 metres by 2.4 metres by 3 metres in dimension, which is designed to be carried on a goods vehicle;

"dangerous or hazardous substance" means a substance specified in the second column of the First Schedule;

"db(A)" means the A-weighted sound pressure level expressed in decibels;

"deck", in relation to a bus, means a floor or platform on which seats are provided for the accommodation of passengers;

"direction indicator" means a lamp fitted to a motor vehicle used to indicate to road users that the driver intends to stop or to turn right or left;

"emergency brake" means a brake, additional to a service brake, provided to stop a vehicle in case of failure of the service brake;

"emergency information panel" means the panel specified in the Second Schedule;

"engineering equipment" –

(a) means an equipment designed for the purpose of engineering operations; and

(b) includes a vehicle or crane which constitutes engineering plant;

"engineering plant" means –

(a) a motor vehicle or trailer specially designed for the purpose of engineering operations which, independently of these regulations, is not constructed primarily to carry a load other than excavated materials raised from the ground by an apparatus on the motor vehicle or trailer or materials which the vehicle or trailer is specially designed to treat while being carried on it; or

(b) a mobile crane designed for the purpose of engineering operations;

"fog lamp" means a lamp referred to in regulation 38;

"front end", in relation to a vehicle, means that part of the vehicle which projects furthest forward;

"front fog lamp" means a fog lamp fitted to the front of a motor vehicle;

"fuel tank" means a tank fitted to a motor vehicle and intended for the storage of fuel for the propulsion of the vehicle;

"gangway", in relation to a vehicle –

(a) means the space allowing a user access from any entrance to the passengers' seats or from any seat to an exit other than an emergency exit; but

(b) does not include a staircase or any space in front of a seat or row of seats;

"gross combination weight" means the maximum allowable combined weight of a fully loaded drawing motor vehicle and any combination of attached trailers, specified by the manufacturer or otherwise determined by the Commissioner, where the manufacturer has not specified the maximum combination weight;

"hazard warning device" means a device which is capable of causing all the direction indicators with which a vehicle is fitted to operate simultaneously;

"head lamp" means a lamp, other than a fog lamp, used to illuminate the road in front of a motor vehicle;

"horn" means an instrument, other than a bell, gong or siren, capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of the approach or position of a vehicle to which it is fitted;

"hours of darkness" means the time between half an hour after sunset and half an hour before sunrise;

"indivisible load" means a load which cannot, without undue expense or risk of damage, be divided into 2 or more loads for the purpose of conveyance on a road;

"inflammable liquid" has the same meaning as in the Inflammable Liquids and Substances Regulations 1953;

"light goods vehicle" means a goods vehicle having a gross weight not exceeding 3,500 kilogrammes;

"liquefied petroleum gas" means –

(a) butane gas in any phase which meets the requirements contained in the specification of commercial butane and propane issued by the British Standards Institution under the number BS 4250: 1975;

(b) propane gas in any phase which meets the requirements contained in that specification; or

(c) a mixture of such butane and propane gas;

"matched pair", in relation to reflectors, direction indicators, lamps or rear markings, means a pair which –

(a) emits light of substantially the same colour and intensity; and

(b) is of the same size and such shape that it is symmetrical to each other;

"microbus" means a bus which –

(a) is designed to carry not more than 16 persons, including the driver;

(b) has a gross weight not exceeding 3,500 kilogrammes; and

(c) is not designed for the carriage of standing passengers;

"minibus" means a bus which is designed to carry more than 16 but not more than 32 persons, including the driver;

"multi-tone horn" means an instrument which can automatically produce –

(a) a sound which alternates at regular intervals between 2 fixed notes;

(b) a tune made of 2 or more notes;

"nearside" means the side of a vehicle nearest to the road edge when it is parked on the left side of the road;

"offside" means the side of a vehicle furthest from the road edge when it is parked on the left side of the road;

"omnibus" means a bus which is designed to carry more than 32 persons;

"overall height", in relation to a vehicle, means the distance measured from ground level to the point of the vehicle which is furthest from the ground, when –

(a) the tyres of the vehicle are suitably inflated for the use to which it is being put; and

(b) the surface of the ground under the vehicle is reasonably flat;

"overall length", in relation to a vehicle, means the distance between its front and rear ends and, in relation to a combination of vehicles, the distance between the front end of the leading vehicle and the rear end of the rearmost vehicle, inclusive of all parts of the vehicle, of any receptacle of a permanent character and any fitting on, or attached to, it except –

(a) a driving mirror;

(b) an extensible contrivance forming part of a turntable fire escape fixed to the vehicle;

(c) a tailboard which is let down while the vehicle is stationary in order to facilitate its loading or unloading;

(d) sheeting or other readily flexible means of covering or securing loads;

(e) an empty receptacle which itself forms a load;

(f) a receptacle which contains an indivisible load of exceptional length;

(g) an apparatus, such as a crane, which is a permanent fixture, but which does not itself increase the carrying capacity of the vehicle; or

(h) in the case of a trailer, the part which is designed to be coupled to another vehicle;

"overall width", in relation to a vehicle, means the distance between longitudinal planes passing through the extreme lateral projecting points of the vehicle, inclusive of all parts of the vehicle, of any receptacle which is of a permanent character and any fitting on, or attached to, it except –

(a) a driving mirror;

(b) a reflector fitted to the vehicle;

(c) a sideboard which is let down while the vehicle is stationary in order
to facilitate its loading or unloading;

(d) sheeting or other readily flexible means of covering or securing a load;

(e) a receptacle which contains an indivisible load of exceptional width;

(f) an empty receptacle which itself forms a load; or

(g) an apparatus, such as a crane, which is a permanent fixture, but which does not itself increase the carrying capacity of the vehicle;

"overhang" means the distance by which the body and other parts of a vehicle extend beyond its front or rear axle;

"overrun brake", in relation to a trailer, means a braking device fitted to its drawbar which makes use of the force of inertia to prevent the vehicle from moving;

"pair", in relation to direction indicators, lamps, reflectors or rear markings, means a pair, including a matched pair, one on each side of the vehicle, where –

(a) every direction indicator, lamp, reflector or rear marking is at the same height above the ground; and

(b) every direction indicator, lamp, reflector or rear marking is at the same distance from the outer edge of the vehicle;

"park" means to keep a motor vehicle stationary for a period of more than 10 minutes;

"parking brake" means a handbrake or other brake normally used to keep a vehicle stationary;

"pedal cycle" –

(a) means a vehicle which is not designed to be propelled by mechanical power and which is equipped with pedals; and

(b) includes an electrically assisted pedal cycle;

"petroleum tanker" means a vehicle designed to carry inflammable liquids for distribution, principally or solely, in a tank constructed as part of, or firmly secured to, the vehicle;

"pneumatic tyre" means a tyre which, where it is provided with, or together with the wheel upon which it is mounted, forms a continuous closed chamber inflated to a pressure when the tyre is in the condition in which it is normally used, but is not subjected to any load –

(a) is capable of being inflated and deflated without having to be removed from the wheel or vehicle; and

(b) is such that, when deflated and subjected to a normal load, the sides of the tyre will collapse;

"protective device" means a permanent metal frame fixed to the underside of the rear of a vehicle;

"rear end", in relation to a vehicle, means that part which projects furthest to the rear;

"rear fog lamp" means a fog lamp fitted in the rear of a vehicle;

"rear lamp" means a lamp referred to in regulation 40;

"rear marking" means a rear marking of the type shown in diagrams 1 to 5 set out in paragraph 1 of Part I of the Third Schedule;

"recovery vehicle" means a motor vehicle used for the purpose of attending to, effecting repairs to, or towing, a broken down vehicle;

"reflective material" means retro-reflective material which, under all circumstances, is capable of reflecting light towards the source of the light;

"registration mark" means the letters and figures appearing on a
registration plate;

"registration plate" means a flat rectangular or square plate made of metal or other durable material on which the registration mark of a motor vehicle
is displayed;

"reversing alarm" means a device fitted to a motor vehicle and capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of any reverse movement of the vehicle;

"reversing lamp" means a lamp referred to in regulation 43;

"safety glass" means transparent glass so constructed or treated that, on fracture, the possibility of flying fragments or sharp splinters is minimised;

"safety glazing" means transparent material other than glass, so constructed or treated that, when fractured, the possibility of flying fragments or sharp splinters is minimised;

"seat" includes any part of a vehicle designed for the accommodation of a person or a continuous seat designed for the accommodation of one or more than one person;

"seat belt" means a belt designed to provide restraint for the upper and lower parts of the trunk of the wearer in order to prevent or lessen injury to the wearer in the event of an accident;

"semi-trailer" means a trailer so designed to form part of an articulated vehicle, that part of the trailer is superimposed on the drawing vehicle;

"service brake" means a foot brake or other brake normally used to reduce the speed of a vehicle or stop the vehicle, and which consists of –

(a) a single braking system capable of braking –

(i) the front and rear wheels of the vehicle simultaneously;

(ii) in the case of a semi-trailer, all the wheels simultaneously;

(iii) in the case of a trailer, the front or rear wheels or all wheels simultaneously; or

(b) a dual-braking system which –

(i) jointly brakes the front and rear wheels of the vehicle simultaneously; or

(ii) independently brakes at least half the number of wheels of the vehicle simultaneously;

"side marking" means a side marking of the type shown in the diagram set out in paragraph 2 of Part I of the Third Schedule;

"side-stand" means a device fitted to a motorcycle which, when fully extended or pivoted to its open position, supports the vehicle from one side only while both wheels of the motorcycle are on the ground;

"single-decked vehicle" means a vehicle on which no part of a deck or gangway is vertically above another deck or gangway;

"skip" means an equipment designed to be carried on a vehicle and placed on a road or other surface for the storage of materials, or for the removal and disposal of rubble, waste, earth, household or other rubbish;

"special warning lamp" means a lamp fitted to the front or rear of a vehicle, capable of emitting a blue and red flashing light;

"speed limiter" means a device referred to in regulation 22;

"spot lamp" means a lamp which is capable of projecting a beam of light on an object and may be adjusted to enable the light to be deflected in any direction;

"stop lamp" means a lamp used to indicate other road users that the brakes of
a vehicle or combination of vehicles are being applied;

"tandem axle" means an assembly of 2 axles, mounted at a certain distance apart, which may be driven at the same time;

"tank" means a metal tank of adequate strength used for the storage of inflammable liquids;

"track laying vehicle" means a vehicle designed so that its weight is transmitted to the road surface by means of continuous tracks or by a combination of wheels and continuous tracks in such circumstances that the weight transmitted to the road surface by the tracks is not less than half the weight of the vehicle;

"triaxle" means an assembly of 3 axles, mounted at a certain distance apart, which may be driven at the same time;

"type approval" means a certification system by which a series of vehicles may be constructed according to a single design that may be approved in advance by the Commissioner;

"use" includes cause to be used or permit to be used;

"warning beacon lamp" means a lamp which is capable of emitting a flashing or rotating beam of light throughout 360 degrees in a horizontal plane;

"wheel", in the case of a motor vehicle or trailer, means a wheel, the tyre or rim of which is in contact with the ground when the vehicle is in motion on a road;

"wheel base" means, in the case of –

(a) a vehicle with 2 axles, the distance measured horizontally and parallel to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle between the centre points of the front axles and rear axles;

(b) a vehicle having 3 or more axles, and the front axle is only the steering axle, the distance measured horizontally and parallel to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle between the centre of the front axle and the centre point of the combination of rear axles;

"wheeled vehicle" means a vehicle so designed that the whole weight of the vehicle is transmitted to the road surface by means of wheels.

[Reg. 2 amended by reg. 3 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

3. Application of regulations

(1) These regulations shall be in addition to and not in derogation from the Road Traffic (Control of Vehicle Emissions) Regulations 2002.

(2) Part II of these regulations shall –

(a) in the case of a bus, apply subject to Part I of the Fourth Schedule;

(b) in the case of a goods vehicle, apply subject to Part II of the Fourth Schedule.

(3) The Commissioner may, on good cause shown, exempt a vehicle or a type of vehicle from the requirements specified in section 5(3)(b)(ii) of the Act in relation to the registration of a motor vehicle or trailer in such manner and subject to such conditions as he thinks fit, including a condition as to the duration of the exemption.

PART II – DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF VEHICLES

Sub-Part A – Construction and Dimensions

4. Construction

(1) Every vehicle, including its bodywork, upholstery, fittings and accessories, shall be properly constructed of suitable materials, well finished and in good and serviceable condition, and of such design that it is capable of withstanding the load and stress likely to be met in the normal operation of the vehicle.

(2) No part of a motor vehicle, or the load on motor vehicle, shall project more than 75 millimetres beyond the external edges of the tyres of the wheels on either side.

(3) No motor vehicle shall be fitted with a bull bar.

(4) Every motorcycle and auto cycle shall be so designed that it is a
wheeled vehicle.

(5) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle, and every trailer shall be so designed that it is a wheeled vehicle or a track laying vehicle.

(6) Every vehicle and its fitting shall be in such a condition as not to cause or likely to cause danger to any person on the vehicle or on the road.

[Reg. 4 amended by reg. 4 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

5. Chassis of motor vehicle

(1) Every motor vehicle shall be constructed on the chassis originally provided by the manufacturer which may not be extended.

(2) No motor vehicle shall be –

(a) fitted with a replacement chassis, or any replacement of a body part where the chassis is an integral part of the vehicle; or

(b) registered or licensed where the original chassis number has been erased or otherwise tampered with.

(3) The chassis number of every goods vehicle and trailer shall be highlighted with white paint, wherever it appears.

(4) The registration mark of every trailer shall be painted in bold on the nearside and off-side of the chassis, midway along the wheelbase of the trailer, and comply with the specifications listed in Part I of the Ninth Schedule.

(5) The axles of a vehicle shall be properly secured to the chassis.

(6) The body of a vehicle shall be properly secured to the chassis unless the chassis is an integral part of the vehicle.

(7) (a) Every vehicle to be registered in Mauritius shall be fitted with a chassis which is suitably designed and intended for the carriage of –

(i) passengers, in the case of a bus; or

(ii) goods, in the case of a goods vehicle.

(b) Before any body work is fitted to the chassis –

(i) it shall be submitted, for inspection, to a mechanical engineer registered with the Council of Registered Professional
Engineers; and

(ii) the person responsible for the fitting shall submit to the Commissioner, for approval, detailed drawings showing the dimensions, layout of seats, doors, windows and destination indicators, if any.

(c) An approval under subparagraph (b) –

(i) shall constitute a type approval;

(ii) may not be granted unless the design is altered or updated at the request of the Commissioner; and

(iii) may be withdrawn at any time.

6. Length

(1) The overall length of a motor vehicle, other than an articulated vehicle or a vehicle which is towing a broken down vehicle, shall not exceed 12 metres.

(2) The overall length of an articulated vehicle shall, subject to paragraph (4), not exceed 18 metres.

(3) The overall length of a trailer not forming part of an articulated vehicle shall not exceed 6.7 metres.

(4) Where an articulated vehicle exceeds 18 metres, the conditions set out in the Fifth Schedule shall apply.

[Reg. 6 amended by reg. 5 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

7. Width

The overall width of a motor vehicle shall not exceed 2.6 metres.

[Reg. 7 amended by reg. 6 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

8. Height

(1) The overall height of a motor vehicle measured from the surface on which the vehicle rests shall not exceed –

(a) 4.3 metres, in the case of a vehicle carrying a container; and

(b) 3.8 metres, in the case of any other vehicle.

(2) (a) There shall be affixed inside a motor vehicle to which this paragraph applies and the overall height of which exceeds 3.8 metres, a legible notice visible to the person sitting at the driver's seat, indicating the overall height, of the vehicle, expressed in metres.

(b) This paragraph applies to every motor vehicle which is designed to
be capable of –

(i) hoisting and carrying a skip;

(ii) drawing a trailer or semi-trailer carrying –

(A) a container; or

(B) an engineering equipment;

(iii) carrying a container or engineering equipment; or

(iv) carrying engineering plant.

9. Overhang

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the rear overhang of a motor vehicle, other than a motor tractor, shall not exceed 60 per cent of the wheel base.

(2) The rear overhang of a motor tractor shall not exceed 1.8 metres.

10. Doors

Every door and opening panel at the front or on the side of a motor vehicle shall be fitted with a primary and a secondary security device to prevent accidental opening while the vehicle is in motion.

11. Coupling of trailers

Where a motor vehicle is designed for drawing a trailer –

(a) every part of the coupling device on both vehicles shall be in efficient working order; and

(b) the bolts securing the coupling device shall be made of high tensile steel, of the correct size and toughened for the purpose.

Sub-Part B – Brakes

12. Brakes on motorcycles or auto cycles

Every motorcycle or auto cycle shall be equipped with 2 independent braking systems –

(a) one of which shall act on the front wheel and the other shall act on the rear wheel;

(b) each of which shall have a braking efficiency at least equivalent to that specified for an emergency brake; and

(c) the combined braking efficiency of which shall be at least equivalent to that specified for a service brake when they are applied simultaneously.

13. Brakes on trailers

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), every trailer shall –

(a) where its gross weight does not exceed 750 kilogrammes or half the tare of the drawing vehicle, be equipped with at least a parking brake or other device for keeping it stationary;

(b) where its gross weight does not exceed 750 kilogrammes and exceeds half the tare of the drawing vehicle, but does not exceed the tare, be equipped with a parking brake and an overrun brake or a service brake;

(c) where its gross weight exceeds 750 kilogrammes, but does not exceed 3,500 kilogrammes and does not exceed the tare of the drawing vehicle, be equipped with a parking brake and an overrun brake or a service brake;

(d) where its gross weight exceeds the tare of the drawing vehicle or 3,500 kilogrammes, as the case may be, be equipped with a parking brake and a service brake; and

(e) where its gross weight exceeds 10,000 kilogrammes, be equipped with a parking brake, service brake and an emergency brake.

(2) (a) A trailer drawn by a vehicle not designed for or capable of exceeding a speed of 40 kilometres per hour on a reasonable level road, may in lieu of a service brake be fitted with an overrun brake or a brake capable of being operated by the driver of the drawing vehicle or by any other person.

(b) Where more than one trailer is drawn by a drawing vehicle, paragraph (a) shall apply to every trailer and the gross weight shall be the total of the gross weight of all trailers so drawn.

(3) The service brake of a trailer shall be capable of being operated by the driver of the drawing vehicle while such trailer and the drawing vehicle are in motion.

(4) Where a service or overrun brake of a trailer is capable of being used as a parking brake, a separate parking brake shall be fitted to the trailer.

14. Brakes on other motor vehicles

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle, and every trailer shall be equipped with a service brake, parking brake and an emergency brake.

(2) The emergency brake and parking brake may be one and the same brake.

(3) Where a motor vehicle is equipped with a service brake consisting of 2 braking systems, the brake shall, when the systems brake the wheels independently, to include an emergency brake which shall operate automatically in case of failure of the service brake.

15. Brakes on pedal cycles

Every pedal cycle shall be equipped with one independent braking system operating on every wheel that will enable the rider to reduce the speed of or stop the cycle.

[Reg. 15 amended by reg. 7 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

16. Operation and efficiency of brakes

(1) Every part of the braking system of a motor vehicle or trailer shall be properly adjusted so as to operate as equally as practicable with respect to the wheels.

(2) (a) Every motor vehicle equipped with a service brake, operated solely by compressed air or vacuum pressure, shall be provided with a warning device, other than a pressure gauge, which is readily audible or visible to the driver and which will operate whenever the compressed air or vacuum pressure is incorrect and before the pressure becomes so low that the brake is incapable of stopping the vehicle.

(b) Where a trailer is equipped with a service brake operated solely by compressed air or vacuum pressure, the device referred to in subparagraph (a) shall be fitted in the driving compartment of the drawing vehicle.

(3) Every motor vehicle or combination of vehicles shall, at all times and under all conditions of loading, be fitted with a braking system which has a minimum braking efficiency of –

(a) 50 per cent on application of the service brake; and

(b) 25 per cent on application of the parking or emergency brake.

(4) All braking connections shall be properly secured by means of appropriate locking devices.

Sub-Part C – Vision

17. View from position of driver

Every motor vehicle shall be so designed that the driver shall, at all times, have a full and clear view of the road and traffic –

(a) ahead of the vehicle; and

(b) to his right and left.

18. Safety glass and safety glazing

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), every motor vehicle shall be equipped with safety glass wherever glass is used in doors, windows and windscreens.

(2) (a) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a motorcycle or an auto cycle not equipped with an enclosed compartment.

(b) Where a motorcycle or an auto cycle is equipped with an enclosed compartment, its windscreen shall be made of safety glazing.

(3) The windows forming part of the door of a bus and windows in the roof of any vehicle shall be made of safety glass or glazing.

(4) (a) Subject to subparagraph (b), where the safety glass of a door, window or windscreen of a motor vehicle has been broken, the vehicle may temporarily be fitted with a door, window or windscreen made of safety glazing.

(b) A motor vehicle fitted with a broken door, window or windscreen made of safety glazing may only be driven or towed to premises where a new door, window or windscreen is to be permanently fitted to replace the broken door, window or windscreen or to complete the journey in the course of which the breakage occurred.

(5) (a) Subject to subparagraph (b), the glass of the front windscreen and windows of every motor vehicle shall have a visual transmission of light of not less than 75 per cent when measured perpendicular to the surface in accordance with the procedure specified in the operating manual of such device as may be prescribed.

(b) A 5 per cent light transmittance tolerance shall be allowed for any motor vehicle.

(6) (a) Where a person produces a medical certificate certifying a disease or disorder for which a medical practitioner determines that a motor vehicle driven by that person requires to be exempted from the application of paragraph (5), the Permanent Secretary may issue a permit to that person in such form as he may approve.

(b) A permit issued under subparagraph (a) –

(i) shall allow light transmittance of not less than 30 per cent on the front-side windows; and

(ii) may authorise the driving of the motor vehicle by the husband, wife, son or daughter of the person referred to in paragraph (a).

(c) Before the ownership of a motor vehicle exempted under subparagraph (a) is transferred, the transferor shall effect such appropriate modifications to the vehicle as to make the windows and windscreens of the motor vehicle compliant with paragraph (5).

19. Mirrors

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle, shall be equipped with an interior mirror made of flat glass, and securely located in such a way as to reflect to the driver an adequate view to the rear of the vehicle.

(2) (a) Every motor vehicle with a gross weight of not more than 3,500 kilogrammes shall be equipped with a near-side and an offside exterior mirror made of flat or convex glass.

(b) Where a motor vehicle has a gross weight over 3,500 kilogrammes, the near-side and offside exterior mirrors shall have a minimum size of 280 millimetres by 150 millimetres and be made of convex glass.

(3) Every motorcycle and auto cycle shall be equipped with 2 rear view mirrors, one fitted to the right hand-side and the other to the left hand-side of the handle bar in such a way as to reflect to the rider an adequate view of the rear of the vehicle.

(4) Every motor vehicle used for driving instructions shall have –

(a) an internal mirror made of flat glass, a near-side exterior door mirror and an offside exterior door mirror made of convex glass for the use of the driver, the door mirrors being so positioned that they may be viewed through the side windows and shall be readily adjustable from inside the vehicle; and

(b) an internal mirror made of flat glass located in such way as to reflect an adequate view to the rear of the vehicle for the use of the instructor.

(5) Every mirror on a motor vehicle shall, at all times whilst the vehicle is moving, be fixed at the correct angle to reflect an adequate view to the sides and to the rear.

(6) Any vehicle towing a trailer or semi-trailer exceeding 3 metres in length shall have an additional wide-angle mirror fitted to the nearside.

[Reg. 19 amended by reg. 8 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

20. Windscreen wipers

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle not fitted with an enclosed compartment, shall be fitted with a windscreen wiper which shall, when in operation, wipe the outside of the windscreen continuously or intermittently, evenly and adequately so that the driver has a clear view of the road in front of the vehicle.

(2) Every windscreen wiper shall, at all times, be properly adjusted.

Sub-Part D – Instruments and Equipment

21. Speedometers

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than a vehicle which, by reason of its construction, is incapable of exceeding a speed of 40 kilometres per hour, shall be fitted with a speedometer located in such a position as to be capable of readily indicating to the driver the speed at which the vehicle is being driven.

(2) Every motor vehicle registered in Mauritius shall be fitted with a speedometer capable of indicating the speed if the vehicle units of kilometres per hour or miles per hour both kilometres per hour or miles per hour.

(3) Paragraphs (1) and (2) shall not apply to –

(a) auto cycles and motorcycles which were registered for the first time before 1 July 2001;

(b) goods vehicles and buses which were registered for the first time before 1 July 1996.

[Para 3 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(a) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

[Reg. 21 amended by reg. 9 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

22. Speed limiters

(1) Every bus and goods vehicle, the gross weight of which exceeds 3,500 kilogrammes and which, by reason of its construction, is capable of a speed exceeding 70 kilometres per hour, shall be fitted with a speed limiter.

(2) A speed limiter shall –

(a) comply with the standard known as BS AU 217 or an equivalent standard approved by the Commissioner;

(b) be calibrated to a maximum preset speed which the vehicle shall not be capable of exceeding; and

(c) be sealed in such a way by an authorised examiner or a vehicle examiner that it may not be removed or tampered with without the seal being broken.

[Reg. 22 amended by reg. 10 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

[Reg. 22 c.i.o. on 1 July 2012.]

23. Audible warning instrument

(1) Every motor vehicle shall be fitted with a horn which shall be capable of emitting sound audible under normal conditions.

(2) Subject to paragraph (5), no motor vehicle shall be fitted with any siren, bell, gong or multi-tone horn.

(3) (a) Every trailer, bus or goods vehicle having a gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilogrammes shall be fitted with a reversing alarm.

(b) Every motor tractor to be registered in Mauritius shall be so designed that it shall, when attached to any trailer fitted with a reversing alarm, automatically activate the device when the tractor is in the reverse gear.

(c) A reversing alarm shall not be a multi-tone horn or produce any unduly harsh, shrill loud or alarming noise.

(4) Paragraph (2) shall not apply to a motor vehicle used as an ambulance or for fire brigade, military or police force.

(5) (a) Subject to subparagraph (b), a motor vehicle may be fitted with a device which will sound a siren, bell, gong, horn or multi-tone horn in case of theft or attempted theft of the vehicle or its contents.

(b) Every device fitted to a motor vehicle so as to cause a sound for the purpose mentioned in subparagraph (a) shall be designed to prevent it from emitting noise for more than a continuous period of 3 minutes.

(6) The Commissioner of Police or the Commissioner may require the owner or driver of a motor vehicle to remove any audible warning instrument which does not comply with this regulation.

[Reg. 23 amended by reg. 10 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

24. Motorcycle side-stands

No motorcycle other than one registered before 1 January 1990 shall be fitted with a side-stand which is capable of –

(a) disturbing the stability or direction of the motorcycle when it is in motion under its own power; or

(b) closing automatically where the angle of the inclination of the motorcycle is inadvertently altered when it is stationary.

25. Closets and sinks

(1) No motor vehicle or trailer shall be equipped with any closet, lavatory basin, urinal or sink, the contents of which may be discharged directly on to a road.

(2) Every basin, closet, urinal or sink with which a vehicle is equipped, and every tank into which they empty, shall contain non-inflammable and non-irritant germicides in such quantity as to form, at all times, an efficient deodorant.

(3) No lavatory basin or sink shall drain into a closet or urinal, or into a tank into which a closet or urinal empties.

26. Tools

Every motor vehicle shall, at all times, carry the tools and other equipment which may be necessary for effecting running repairs or changing wheels.

Sub-Part E – Steering and Suspension

27. Steering gear

(1) The steering gear of every motor vehicle to be registered in Mauritius shall be on the right hand side or in the centre of the vehicle.

(2) The steering gear fitted to a motor vehicle shall, at all times, be
properly adjusted.

(3) There shall be no lateral movement of any part of any joint within the steering mechanism on close visual inspection.

(4) The free play at the steering wheel measured by oscillation of the wheel shall not exceed –

(a) 25 millimetres along the rim of the wheel in the case of a vehicle with
a gross weight of not more than 3,500 kilogrammes;

(b) 50 millimetres along the rim of the wheel in the case of a vehicle with
a gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilogrammes.

(5) Any cover fitted to the rim of a steering wheel shall be secured and shall have no loose parts.

28. Suspension

Every vehicle other than an agricultural tractor and an engineering plant shall have –

(a) a suspension system between its axles and chassis with no undue play between any adjacent parts or within any bearings or brushes;

(b) all axles and wheels securely fixed to the suspension such that they are correctly aligned to the direction of travel; and

(c) an efficient device fitted to every wheel in order to prevent undue oscillation of the wheel with respect to the chassis and vice versa; and

(d) wheel nuts and bolts correctly fitted and tightened.

SUB-PART F – TYRES

29. Tyres

(1) Every wheel of a motor vehicle or trailer shall be fitted with a pneumatic tyre or a tyre of soft or elastic material of a suitable size and design approved by the Commissioner.

(2) Subject to paragraph (3), the size and specification of tyres fitted to any one axle of a wheeled motor vehicle or trailer shall be identical and according to the specifications of the manufacturer.

(3) Paragraph (2) shall not prohibit the fitting of a temporary spare tyre to a vehicle.

Sub-Part G – Fuel Propulsion

30. Fuel tank

(1) Every fuel tank which is fitted to a motor vehicle and is used for the propulsion of the vehicle or for driving an ancillary engine or equipment forming part of the vehicle shall be –

(a) made of metal or plastic as specified by the manufacturer;

(b) securely attached to the vehicle in such manner as not to be liable to displacement or damage due to vibration or any other cause;

(c) so placed or insulated as not to be adversely affected by the heat from the exhaust system;

(d) designed so that the leakage of any liquid or vapour from the tank is adequately prevented;

(e) fitted with a device which, by the intake of air or the emission of vapour, relieves changes of pressure in the tank; and

(f) provided with an effective cover or lid so designed that it may be securely fitted to prevent the spilling of fuel while the vehicle is in motion.

(2) Any vent hole of the fuel tank shall be so protected as not to make it possible for the fuel in the tank to catch fire or be splashed over.

31. Gas propulsion systems and gas-fired appliances

Every motor vehicle using gas as a fuel for its propulsion and every motor vehicle or trailer which is equipped with a gas container or a gas-fired appliance shall comply with the Sixth Schedule.

Sub-Part H – Dangerous, Hazardous or Inflammable
Substances or Liquids

32. Emergency information panel

(1) Every vehicle used for carrying dangerous or hazardous substances shall carry, in a conspicuous place on its sides and at its rear, an emergency information panel in accordance with the Second Schedule.

(2) The panel referred to in paragraph (1) shall contain –

(a) the correct technical name of the dangerous or hazardous substance in letters not less than 50 millimetres high;

(b) the United Nations class number for the dangerous or hazardous substance set out in the first column of the First Schedule in figures not less than 100 millimetres high;

(c) the hazard classification of the substance in letters not less than 50 millimetres high;

(d) the class label of the dangerous or hazardous substance of the size of not less than 250 millimetres square as specified in the third column
of the First Schedule;

(e) the name and telephone number of the emergency service to be contacted in the event of fire or any other accident in letters and figures not less than 50 millimetres high; and

(f) the name and the telephone number of the consignor of the dangerous or hazardous substance or some other person from whom expert information and advice may be obtained concerning the measures that are required to be taken in the event of an emergency involving such substance.

(3) A class label shall also be displayed on front of the vehicle by means of a sticker relating to the particular dangerous or hazardous substance carried on that particular trip.

(4) Every person responsible for the carriage of the dangerous or hazardous substance whose telephone number is referred to in paragraph (2)(f) shall keep his telephone answerable for the whole time during the conveyance of such substance.

(5) Every class label and emergency information panel shall, at all times, be kept clean and free from obstructions.

33. Vehicles transporting inflammable liquids

(1) Every petroleum tanker shall –

(a) be made, as far as practicable, of non-inflammable material;

(b) have a tank which shall –

(i) be constructed of iron, steel or other suitable metal;

(ii) be riveted, welded, brazed or otherwise made liquid-tight;

(iii) be divided into liquid-tight compartments where it has a capacity exceeding 3,600 litres, each compartment having a capacity of
not more than 3,600 litres;

(iv) be properly attached to and in metal contact with the chassis; and

(v) not have a capacity exceeding 38,000 litres;

(c) have ventilating openings which shall be –

(i) fitted to every tank compartment;

(ii) efficient and covered with fine wire gauze of not less than 28 meshes to the linear inch; and

(iii) provided with a cock or valve;

(d) have draw-off pipes on the tank which shall be fitted with –

(i) internal valves;

(ii) strong and secure taps; and

(iii) suitable caps, the taps and caps being protected from damage by the frame of the vehicle or other effective means;

(e) be provided with means of cutting off the electrical current close to the battery by a double pole switch or other suitable method;

(f) be efficiently earthed so as to prevent the accumulation of dangerous static charges of electricity in any part of it;

(g) be provided with pipes connected to the tank which shall be so fitted to ensure complete electrical connection between the tank and any receptacle being supplied with liquid from it;

(h) carry –

(i) one efficient 9-litre chemical fire extinguisher of the foam type; and

(ii) 2 dry powder fire extinguishers weighing not less than 10 kilogrammes.

(2) Every vehicle other than a petroleum tanker used to carry uninflammable liquids shall be –

(a) of adequate capacity and construction to convey safely the quantity of inflammable liquids which it is desired to convey on the vehicle;

(b) equipped with not less than 4 wheels; and

(c) so designed as not to be likely to ignite any inflammable liquid or substance which may be conveyed in or on the vehicle.

[Reg. 33 amended by reg. 12 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

34. Fire extinguishers

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle, shall carry an efficient apparatus for extinguishing fire which shall –

(a) weigh not less than 400 grammes or have a content not less than 400 millilitres; and

(b) be –

(i) a water-type fire extinguisher;

(ii) a vapourising agent fire extinguisher; or

(iii) a dry chemical fire extinguisher,

which complies with British Standard or such other standard as may be approved by the Commissioner.

(2) Every fire extinguisher shall be –

(a) carried in an accessible position to be readily available for use;

(b) in good and efficient working order;

(c) clearly marked with the appropriate approved standard specification number and name and address of the manufacturer or vendor; and

(d) produced on demand to a police officer or a road transport inspector.

[Reg. 34 amended by reg. 13 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

Sub-Part I – Lights

35. Head lamps

(1) (a) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall be equipped, in front, with –

(i) one head lamp on each side, capable of emitting a main beam and a dipped beam; or

(ii) on each side, one head lamp capable of emitting a main beam and the other capable of emitting a dipped beam.

(b) Every motorcycle shall be equipped in front with –

(i) one head lamp capable of emitting a main beam and a dipped beam; or

(ii) one head lamp capable of emitting a main beam and the other capable of emitting a dipped beam, both being fitted in the same vertical or horizontal plane.

(2) Every head lamp shall be located at not more than 400 millimetres from the outer edges of the widest part of the vehicle and at a height of not less than 450 millimetres nor more than 1,400 millimetres above the ground level.

36. Main beam

(1) Every head lamp emitting a main beam of light shall be so adjusted that it –

(a) is capable of adequately illuminating an area ahead of the vehicle to enable the driver to see any person, vehicle or object at a distance of not less than 100 metres ahead; and

(b) may be extinguished by the use of a device which shall, simultaneously, cause or allow the dipped beam of light to be emitted or continue to be emitted from a head lamp.

(2) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle registered in Mauritius after 31 December 1975 shall be equipped with a main beam indicator which shall –

(a) be lighted whenever the main beam is in use and may not otherwise be lighted; and

(b) be so designed and located that, when lighted, it is readily visible to
the driver.

37. Dipped beam

(1) Every head lamp emitting a dipped beam of light which, when projected on to a vertical screen shows an asymmetric beam pattern with a distinctive horizontal cut-off on the right (hereinafter referred to as the horizontal cut-off line) and a 15-degree wedge of light above the horizontal towards the left (hereinafter referred to as the diagonal cut-offline), shall be so adjusted that, when the vehicle is on a reasonably level road, the beam at the horizontal cut-off line shall –

(a) slant downwards at a percentage inclination of at least 0.5 degree; and

(b) strike the road surface ahead of the motor vehicle within a distance equivalent to 200 times the height in metres measured to the centre of the headlamp vertically from ground level.

(2) Every head lamp emitting a dipped beam of light which, when projected onto a vertical screen, shows a symmetrical light pattern or does not have a horizontal and a diagonal cut-offline, shall be so adjusted that, when the motor vehicle is on a reasonably level road, the centre of the intense part of the beam shall slant downwards to strike the road surface ahead of the motor vehicle within a distance not
exceeding 45 metres.

38. Fog lamps

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), a motor vehicle may be equipped with 2 front fog lamps spaced equally on each side of its longitudinal centre-line.

(2) Every front fog lamp shall be –

(a) so adjusted that it is only capable of emitting a dipped beam of light striking the road surface not more than 20 metres ahead of the motor vehicle; and

(b) mounted at a height of not less than 300 millimetres nor more than 800 millimetres above ground level.

(3) No front fog lamp shall have the highest point of its illuminating surface above the highest point of the illuminating surface of a head lamp emitting a dipped beam of light.

(4) A motor vehicle may be equipped with –

(a) one rear fog lamp placed centrally or between the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle and the offside; or

(b) 2 rear fog lamps spaced equally on each side of the longitudinal centre-line of the motor vehicle.

(5) The lowest point of the illuminating surface of a rear fog lamp shall not be less than 250 millimetres and its highest point more than one metre from
ground level.

39. Parking lamps

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), every motor vehicle shall be equipped –

(a) in front, with at least one parking lamp which shall be visible directly from the front; and

(b) at the rear, with at least one parking lamp which shall be visible directly from the rear; or

(c) at each side with one parking lamp or 2 parking lamps which shall be visible directly from the front and from the rear.

(2) A parking lamp –

(a) referred to in paragraph (1)(a) may be part of a head lamp;

(b) referred to in paragraph (1)(b) may be part of a fog lamp, rear lamp or brake lamp.

(3) Where a motor vehicle is, in terms of paragraph (1)(c), equipped with –

(a) one parking lamp only, it shall be fitted on the right side of the vehicle;

(b) 2 parking lamps, one parking lamp shall be fitted on each side of the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle.

40. Rear lamps

(1) Subject to paragraph (4), every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall be fitted with one lamp emitting a red light on each side at the rear.

(2) The lamps referred to in paragraph (1) shall, subject to paragraph (3),
be located at –

(a) not more than 400 millimetres from the outer edges of the widest part of the vehicle; and

(b) at a height of not less than 350 millimetres nor more than 1.5 metres above ground level.

(3) Where, due to the structure of a vehicle, it is impractical to locate rear lamps within 1.5 metres above ground level, the lamps may be located as near as possible to 1.5 metres but not more than 2.1 metres above ground level.

(4) A motorcycle and an auto cycle shall be fitted with at least one rear lamp at the rear located in the centre at a height of not less than 300 millimetres above the ground level.

(5) Paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) shall not apply to a motor vehicle being drawn by a towing vehicle which is fitted with a warning beacon lamp in accordance with regulation 44(4).

41. Brake lamps

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (10), every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle and an auto cycle shall be fitted with a matched pair of brake lamps at the rear which shall be so placed to be equidistant from, and on each side of, its longitudinal axis.

(2) A motorcycle and an auto cycle shall be fitted with one brake lamp at the rear which shall be placed on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle.

(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to –

(a) a land implement and works vehicle; and

(b) a trailer, where the brake lamps of the towing vehicle are visible from the rear.

(4) Every brake lamp shall be so connected that, while the vehicle is in motion, it comes into operation as soon as the operating device of the service brake of the vehicle or, in the case of a combination of motor vehicles, of the towing vehicle, is activated.

(5) Every brake lamp shall show a steady red light diffused by means of frosted glass or other adequate means, visible from the rear of the vehicle when the brakes are applied.

(6) The intensity of the red light emitted by a brake lamp shall be greater than that of the light emitted by the rear lamp of the vehicle and such as to be visible, in normal sunlight, at a reasonable distance.

(7) The electric circuit which operates the brake lamps on a motor vehicle, other than a 2-wheeled motorcycle, shall be so designed that, where one of the brake lamps fails to operate, the other lamp does not thereby become inoperative.

(8) Where a vehicle is fitted with more than one matched pair of brake lamps, the additional lamps shall be a single brake lamp or a matched pair of brake lamps so designed that –

(a) where a single brake lamp is fitted, it shall be mounted at the centre-line on the longitudinal plane of the vehicle; and

(b) where an additional matched pair of brake lamps is fitted, it shall be mounted symmetrically with the longitudinal plane of the vehicle.

(9) No motor vehicle shall be fitted with more than –

(a) 2 matched pairs of brake lamps; or

(b) one matched pair of brake lamps and one single brake lamp.

(10) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a motor vehicle being drawn by a towing vehicle which is fitted with a warning beacon lamp in accordance with regulation 44(4).

(11) A brake lamp may be incorporated in a rear lamp.

42. Registration-plate lamp

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than an agricultural tractor, shall be fitted at the rear with one registration-plate lamp illuminating the registration plate by means of a white light so that every letter and figure on the plate is visible at night from a distance of not less than 20 metres.

(2) The beam of light of a registration-plate lamp shall not be directed to the rear.

43. Reversing lamps

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle, shall be fitted with not more than 2 reversing lamps.

(2) Every reversing lamp shall be so fitted that it operates –

(a) only when the vehicle is placed in reverse gear; or

(b) by means of a switch which also simultaneously operates a warning readily visible or audible to the driver when in his seat, where and
so long as the reversing lamp is in operation.

44. Warning beacon lamps

(1) Every motor vehicle, other than the motor vehicle referred to in paragraph (2), the gross weight of which exceeds 16,000 kilogrammes and the maximum speed of which is 40 kilometres per hour, shall be fitted, above the windscreen, with one warning beacon lamp which shall –

(a) emit an amber light visible from any point at a reasonable distance from the motor vehicle to which it is fitted; and

(b) be so mounted on the vehicle that the centre of the lamp is at a height of not less than 1.2 metres above ground level.

(2) Every ambulance, fire service or police vehicle shall be fitted with a lamp or lamps emitting an intermittently flashing –

(a) blue light;

(b) blue and red light;

(c) blue and amber light; or

(d) blue, amber and red light in any direction.

(3) –

(4) (a) Subject to subparagraph (b), a towing, recovery vehicle or vehicle employed in connection with the maintenance of roads or supply of electricity or other essential services may be fitted with an amber warning beacon lamp.

(b) The light referred to in subparagraph (a) shall only be used where the maintenance, other work or an inspection is being carried out or the towing vehicle is in the process of drawing another motor vehicle.

(5) No vehicle, other than a police vehicle, shall be fitted with –

(a) a blue warning beacon or special warning lamp; or

(b) a device which resembles them.

(6) The lamps referred to in paragraphs (2) and (4) shall be mounted as high as practicable and have sufficient intensity to be visible at 150 metres in normal sunlight.

(7) The lamps referred to in paragraph (2) may be flashed or oscillated or otherwise used only while the vehicle is on its way to or at the scene of an accident or other emergency to which the vehicle is responding and their use shall not relieve the vehicle from giving an audible warning.

[Reg. 44 amended by reg. 14 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

45. Colour of lights

(1) Subject to regulation 51(2) and (3), every motor vehicle fitted with a lamp shall emit a light which is –

(a) white in colour towards the front;

(b) amber in colour in the case of a front direction indicator or a warning beacon lamp;

(c) amber in colour towards either side of the vehicle;

(d) red in colour towards the rear;

(e) amber in colour in the case of a rear direction indicator; and

(f) white in colour in the case of a registration plate lamp or a reversing lamp.

(2) When 2 or more lamps of the same type emitting light in the same direction are fitted to a vehicle, they shall emit a light of the same colour.

46. Manner in which lamps are fitted

(1) The head lamps of a motor vehicle other than an agricultural tractor shall be fitted at a height of not less than 450 millimetres and not more than 1.4 metres above ground level, measured to the centre of the lamp.

(2) No head lamp and fog lamp shall, unless the design of the lamp incorporates some other means of preventing dazzle, be fitted with lenses of clear glass or other like material.

(3) Where 2 or more lamps of the same type are fitted to a vehicle they shall –

(a) be placed symmetrically in relation to the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle; and

(b) be so placed that any lamp on the side of the vehicle has a corresponding lamp at the same height on the other side.

(4) No motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall have a lamp positioned centrally at the front.

(5) Every lamp fitted to a vehicle shall be –

(a) securely fixed;

(b) in an effective and clean condition; and

(c) so displayed as not to be unobscured, even partially, by any fitting or object on the vehicle, paint or any adhesive material.

47. Reflectors

(1) (a) Every motor vehicle, trailer and semi-trailer shall be fitted with 2 or more red reflectors, one on each side of the longitudinal centre-line and equidistant from it, at its rear, either as part of the rear lamps or separately, and at the same height from the ground level.

(b) In the case of a combination of motor vehicles, both the drawing and the rearmost vehicles shall be fitted with reflectors as specified in subparagraph (a).

(2) Every motorcycle, auto cycle and pedal cycle shall be fitted with a red reflector at its rear.

(3) Every reflector shall be at a height of not more than 1.5 metres nor less than 380 millimetres from ground level.

(4) A reflector shall be so fitted as to reflect the light from the front lamps of every vehicle coming from the rear.

[Reg. 47 amended by reg. 15 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

48. Visibility distance of lights

(1) Where it is provided in this Sub-part as to the distance from which lights and other devices shall render objects visible or the distance within which such lights or devices shall be visible, the provision shall apply during the hours of darkness in respect of a vehicle used on a straight, reasonably level, unlighted road in clear weather unless a different time or condition is expressly stated.

(2) Every lamp or bulb required to be fitted or used in connection with a vehicle shall emit a light of sufficient brilliance to be visible from a distance of at least 150 metres and the rated wattage of the lamps and the number of bulbs shall be those specified in the Seventh Schedule.

49. Lamps on other vehicles

(1) Every motor vehicle other than the motor vehicle referred to in regulations 35 to 48 shall be fitted –

(a) in front, on both sides of the body, with lamps emitting a white light forward; and

(b) at the rear, on both sides of the body, with lamps emitting a red light to the rear.

(2) A lamp referred to in paragraph (1)(a) shall emit a beam of light of sufficient power to illuminate the roadway immediately ahead of the vehicle to which it is fitted, but shall not be of such power or design or so fitted as to dazzle other users of the road.

50. Lamps not authorised

No lamp other than a lamp referred to in this Sub-part shall, at any time, be fitted to any vehicle used on a road.

Sub-Part J – Direction Indicators

51. Need for direction indicators

(1) In this Sub-part –

"front indicator" means a direction indicator visible from the front of a vehicle;

"rear indicator" means a direction indicator visible from the rear of a vehicle;

"side indicator" means a direction indicator visible from the front or rear and from one side of a vehicle.

(2) Subject to paragraphs (4) and (5), every motor vehicle other than a trailer shall be fitted with a matched pair of front and rear indicators.

(3) Every trailer shall be fitted with a matched pair of rear indicators.

(4) Paragraphs (2) and (3) shall not apply to –

(a) a land implement and works vehicle;

(b) a trailer where the rear indicators of the towing vehicle are fully visible from a position of 4 metres behind the trailer.

(5) Every –

(a) bus which is designed to carry more than 16 passengers, excluding the driver;

(b) vehicle designed to be able to tow a trailer; and

(c) vehicle whose overall length is more than 8 metres,

shall, in addition to the direction indicators specified in paragraph (2), be fitted with a matched pair of side indicators.

(6) A matched pair of side indicators may be fitted to any motor vehicle.

52. Fitting of direction indicators

(1) Every direction indicator shall be fitted on the external surface of a vehicle at a height of not less than 450 millimetres and not more than 1.5 metres above ground level.

(2) A direction indicator intended to indicate –

(a) a right hand turn shall be fitted only to the right of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; and

(b) a left hand turn shall be fitted only to the left of the axis.

(3) A direction indicator shall be so fitted as to be equidistant from the longitudinal centre-line of the motor vehicle and as near as possible to, but not more than 400 millimetres from, the outer edge of the front or rear of the motor vehicle.

(4) Every direction indicator shall be located at the same level from the ground.

(5) Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a device giving to the driver visible and audible warning when the indicators are in operation.

(6) A direction indicator shall be so fitted that the indicators on one side can be operated separately from those on the other side unless a separate switch is fitted for the operation of all the indicators simultaneously.

(7) The direction indicators shall not be operated simultaneously except where the vehicle is stationary, in a hazardous position or in motion in an emergency situation.

(8) Every direction indicator shall be so fitted that, when not in operation, it is not likely to mislead the driver of any other vehicle, or any person controlling traffic on a road.

(9) Every direction indicator fitted to the side of a vehicle together with every direction indicator on the same side of any trailer drawn by it shall be operated by one and the same switch.

(10) Where more than one direction indicator is fitted to indicate any one turning movement, all the indicators shall be interconnected so as to operate simultaneously.

(11) The electrical circuit which operates the direction indicators on a motor vehicle shall be so designed that, where one or more of the direction indicators fails to operate, the other direction indicator or indicators shall not become inoperative.

53. Light from a direction indicator

(1) The light emitted by a direction indicator shall be diffused by frosted glass or other adequate means.

(2) Every direction indicator shall, when in operation, show a light which flashes constantly at the rate of not less than 50 and not more than 120 flashes per minute, each flash being of such duration as to permit the light to achieve its full brightness and to be fully visible in normal daylight at a reasonable distance.

(3) The light emitted by a direction indicator shall begin to flash not later than one second after the indicator is switched on and, between every flash, there shall be a visible interval.

(4) Where more than one type of direction indicator is fitted on one side of a motor vehicle or a vehicle drawing a trailer, they shall be so designed and fitted that the light emitted by indicators flash simultaneously.

(5) No direction indicator shall comprise 2 or more lamps so designed and fitted as to flash in sequence.

(6) A direction indicator may consist of more than one, but not more than 3 lamps so designed or fitted as to flash simultaneously.

(7) The illuminated colour of every direction indicator fitted on a vehicle registered in Mauritius after 1 January 1975 shall be amber.

(8) The illuminated colour of every direction indicator fitted on a vehicle, other than one referred to in paragraph (7), shall be –

(a) amber, where it shows both to the front and rear;

(b) amber or white, where it shows only to the front; and

(c) amber or red, where it shows only to the rear.

Sub-Part K – Rear and Side Markings

54. Vehicles to be fitted with rear and side markings

(1) Every –

(a) goods vehicle, the length of which is not less than 6 metres nor more than 12 metres; and

(b) trailer forming part of a combination of vehicles, the overall length of which is not less than 6 metres nor more than 12 metres,

shall be fitted with a rear marking as in diagram 1, 2, 4 or 5 set out in paragraph 1 of Part I of the Third Schedule.

(2) Where the rear of a vehicle referred to in paragraph (1) is so constructed that it is impracticable for a rear marking to be fitted in accordance with paragraph (1), a rear marking as in diagram 3 set out in paragraph 1 of Part I of the Third Schedule may be fitted.

(3) Every –

(a) goods vehicle, the length of which is more than 12 metres; and

(b) trailer forming part of a combination of vehicles, the overall length of which is more than 12 metres,

shall be fitted with a rear marking as in diagram 4 or 5 set out in paragraph 1 of Part I of the Third Schedule.

(4) Every trailer, the overall length of which is more than 5 metres, shall be fitted with a pair of side markings of the type shown in paragraph 2 of Part I of the
Third Schedule.

(5) A rear or side marking fitted to a vehicle shall –

(a) subject to Part II of the Third Schedule, be of the size and colour shown in the diagram relating to the marking set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part I of the Third Schedule; and

(b) be so fitted as to comply with Part III of that Schedule.

55. Vehicles carrying a projecting load

(1) Where the rear marking, fitted, in accordance with regulation 54, to a vehicle carrying a load which projects to the rear of that vehicle by more than one metre, is not clearly visible within a reasonable distance to the rear of the vehicle, an end-marker shall be displayed at the end of the projecting load in accordance with Part II of the Fifth Schedule.

(2) Where an end-marker is fitted in accordance with paragraph (1), Part III of the Third Schedule shall apply to that marker, subject to the modification specified in paragraphs 1, 3, 4 and 6 of that Part, except that for any reference to the vehicle, there shall be substituted a reference to the load.

Sub-Part L – Registration Marks and Plates

56. Interpretation of Sub-Part L and the Eighth Schedule

(1) In this Sub-part and the Eighth Schedule –

(a) "EEA State" means a State which is a contracting party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area signed at Oporto on 2 May 1992 as adjusted by the Protocol signed at Brussels on 17 March 1993;

"character" means an individual letter or number;

"diagram" means a diagram shown in the Eighth Schedule and a reference to a numbered diagram is a reference to a diagram identified by that number in that Schedule;

"space between characters" means the spaces within a group of characters together;

"space between groups" means the distance between 2 groups of characters;

(b) any provision as to measurement shall be taken to be complied with in the case of a provision prescribing –

(i) character height, where the height of the character is not more than one millimetre more or less than the measurement prescribed; and

(ii) any other dimension, where the dimension of the character or the space in question is not more than 0.5 millimetre more or less than the measurement prescribed.

(c) for the purpose of any provision as to the spacing between characters or groups of characters or as to the width of a margin, the measurement shall be made in the case of –

(i) a horizontal spacing requirement, between vertical lines passing through the extreme edges of every character, group of characters or the extreme edge of a character and the lateral edge of the plate; and

(ii) a vertical spacing requirement, between horizontal lines passing through the extreme edges of every group of characters or the extreme edge of a group of characters and the top or bottom edge of the plate.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall –

(a) not apply to motor vehicles registered for the first time before 1 July 2011;

(b) apply to motor vehicles which are registered for the first time on or after 1 July 2011.

[Para. 2 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(c) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

57. Specifications for registration plates

(1) A registration mark shall be displayed on a registration plate which shall –

(a) be made of retro-reflective material which, as regards its construction, colour and other qualities, complies with the requirements of –

(i) the British Standard for retro-reflective number plates published on 15 January 1998 under number BS AU 145d[13]; or

(ii) any other relevant standard or specifications recognised for use in an EEA State and which, when in use, offers a performance equivalent to that offered by a plate complying with the British Standard,

and which, in either case, is marked with the number or such other information as is necessary to permit identification of that standard or specification;

(b) on the front of a vehicle, have black characters on a white background;

(c) on the back of a vehicle, it shall have black characters on a yellow background;

(d) where its corners are rounded off, comply with the requirements of the Eighth Schedule in respect of margins around registration marks;

(e) not be covered with any reflex-reflecting material or be treated in such a way that the characters of the registration mark become, or are caused to act as, retro-reflective characters; and

(f) not be treated in any other way which renders the characters of the registration mark less easily distinguishable to the eye or which would prevent or impair the making of a true photographic image of the plate through the medium of a camera and film or any other device.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall –

(a) not apply to motor vehicles registered for the first time before 1 July 2011;

(b) apply to motor vehicles which are registered for the first time on or after 1 July 2011.

[Para. 2 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(c) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

58. Size and spacing of characters on registration plate

(1) The size and spacing of every character appearing on a registration plate shall be as set out in Part I of the Ninth Schedule.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall –

(a) not apply to motor vehicles registered for the first time before 1 July 2011;

(b) apply to motor vehicles which are registered for the first time on or after 1 July 2011.

[Para. 2 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(c) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

59. Layout of registration marks

(1) A registration mark of a description specified in the first column of Part II of the Ninth Schedule shall be laid on a registration plate in conformity with one of the diagrams specified in relation to that description in the second column of that Part.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall –

(a) not apply to motor vehicles registered for the first time before 1 July 2011;

(b) apply to motor vehicles which are registered for the first time on or after 1 July 2011.

[Para. 2 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(c) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

60. Fixing of registration plate

(1) (a) Where a vehicle has been so designed that a space has been provided for the fixing of a registration plate, the plate shall be fixed in the space so provided.

(b) Where a space is not provided, the plate shall be fixed in the manner specified in paragraph (2).

(2) Subject to paragraph (3), a registration plate shall be fixed vertically or, where that is not reasonably practicable, in a position as close to the vertical as is reasonably practical at the front and rear of every motor vehicle in such manner that the characters of the registration mark shall, at all times, be visible from the front or the rear of the motor vehicle.

(3) No registration plate shall be fixed in the front of a trailer.

(4) Where a trailer or a semi-trailer is drawn by another vehicle, the registration plate of the drawing vehicle shall be fixed on the back right-hand side and that of the trailer or semi-trailer on the back left-hand side of the trailer or semi-trailer.

(5) A registration plate shall be fixed at a height of not more than 1.5 metres from ground level.

(6) Paragraphs (1) to (5) shall –

(a) not apply to motor vehicles registered for the first time before 1 July 2011;

(b) apply to motor vehicles which are registered for the first time on or after 1 July 2011.

[Para. 6 c.i.o. by way of reg. 3(c) of GN 127 of 2011 w.e.f. 25 June 2011.]

Sub-Part M – Protective Systems

61. Flaps behind rear wheels

(1) Every omnibus, goods vehicle, trailer and semi-trailer shall be fitted with flexible flaps behind its rear-most wheels to prevent the projection of rocks, dirt, water or other substances to the rear and minimise side spray.

(2) The flaps shall extend laterally over the width of the tyres.

(3) The flaps shall have a ground clearance of not more than 200 millimetres.

62. Rear under-run protection

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), every goods vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer the gross weight of which exceeds 3,500 kilogrammes shall be equipped with a protective device fitted so as not to interfere with lights or other warning devices.

(2) A vehicle which is fitted with a tail lift, bodywork or other part which makes it impractical to fit a protective device, shall instead be equipped with 2 or more protective devices.

(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a motor vehicle where the installation of a protective device would prevent the operation of the vehicle for its intended purpose.

(4) Where a single full-width protective device is fitted to a motor vehicle, it shall extend on each side of the centre to within at least 100 millimetres from the outermost width of the rear axle but shall not extend beyond the width of the rear axle.

(5) Where more than one protective device is fitted, there shall be a distance of not more than 500 millimetres between one device and the one next to it and the outermost edge of the protective device shall extend to within at least 300 millimetres from the outermost width of the rear axle.

(6) The lower edge of the protective device shall not be more than 550 millimetres from the ground level.

(7) The protective device shall be made of heavy gauge steel and of such design as the Commissioner may approve.

(8) The measurements referred to in paragraphs (4) to (6) shall be as set out in the Tenth Schedule.

63. Side guards

(1) Every goods vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer the gross weight of which exceeds 3,500 kilogrammes shall be securely fitted with a side guard to afford protection on either side of the vehicle.

(2) A side guard shall satisfy the following specifications –

(a) its outermost surface shall be smooth, rigid and flat or horizontally corrugated;

(b) no part of its lowest edge shall be more than 550 millimetres above the ground level when the vehicle to which it is fitted is on level ground;

(c) the distance between its rearmost edge and the transverse plane passing through the foremost part of the tyre fitted to the wheel of the vehicle nearest to it shall not be more than 300 millimetres;

(d) the distance between its foremost edge when fitted to a semi-trailer and a transverse plane passing through the centre of the kingpin of the vehicle or, where the vehicle has more than one kingpin, the rearmost one, shall not be more than 3 metres;

(e) its foremost edge when fitted to a semi-trailer with landing legs shall, in addition to complying with paragraph (d), be not more than 250 millimetres to the rear of a transverse plane passing through the centre of the leg nearest to that edge;

(f) the distance between its foremost edge when fitted to a vehicle other than a semi-trailer and a transverse plane passing through the rearmost part of the tyre fitted to the wheel of the vehicle nearest to it, shall not exceed 300 millimetres in the case of a motor vehicle and 500 millimetres in the case of a trailer;

(g) it shall be so fitted that it does not inset more than 30 millimetres from the external face of the tyre.

(3) The measurements referred to in paragraph (2) shall be as illustrated in the Eleventh Schedule.

64. Seat belts

(1) Where a motor car, a micro bus, a light goods vehicle or a dual purpose vehicle is fitted with anchorage points on the seats, the anchorage points shall –

(a) meet the British Standard for seat belt anchorage points, namely BS AU 48 –1965 or BS AU 48a or such other specifications as the Commissioner may approve; and

(b) be legibly and permanently marked with the specification number.

(2) Where anchorage points are provided for seat belts in a motor vehicle referred to in paragraph (1), the owner of the motor vehicle shall cause it to be equipped, where it is not already so equipped, with the appropriate seat belts.

(3) Every seat belt shall be properly secured to the structure of the vehicle by the anchorage points provided for it.

Sub-Part N – Obligation to Maintain Motor Vehicle in
Good and Clean Condition

65. Dealers

No dealer shall import, store for sale, advertise or sell any motor vehicle or trailer which does not comply with the requirements of this Part.

66. Owners

The owner of every motor vehicle shall ensure that the vehicle, chassis and every part of its body, including brakes, windscreen wipers, speedometer, steering gear, suspension, tyres, lamps, reflectors, direction indicators, protective device, sideboard and glass partition, are, at all times, maintained in good and clean condition.

PART III – USE OF MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS AND PEDAL CYCLES

Sub-Part A – Safety of Motor Vehicles

67. Distribution of weight

The weight transmitted by more than 2 wheels of a motor vehicle or trailer, laden or unladen, to any strip of the road surface on which the vehicle rests contained between any 2 parallel lines drawn 600 millimetres apart on that surface at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle shall not exceed 10,200 kilogrammes.

[Reg. 67 amended by reg. 16 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

68. Use of vehicles having accessories

(1) No mascot or object shall be carried by a motor vehicle in any position where it is likely to strike any person with whom the vehicle may collide unless the mascot or object is not liable to cause injury to such person by reason of any projection thereon.

(2) No part or accessory of a vehicle shall project beyond the body of the vehicle in such a manner or position as to cause or be likely to cause danger to any person on a road.

[Reg. 68 amended by reg. 17 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

69. Likelihood of danger

(1) Any person who uses a motor vehicle shall ensure that the vehicle, every trailer drawn by it and all parts and accessories of the vehicle and trailer shall, at all times, be in such condition and the number of passengers carried by the vehicle or trailer, the manner in which any passenger is carried in or on such vehicle or trailer, and the weight, distribution, packing and adjustment of the load of the vehicle or trailer shall, at all times, be such that no danger is caused or is likely to be caused to any person in or on the vehicle or trailer on a road.

(2) In the case of a public service vehicle, this regulation with regard to the number of passengers carried shall be complied with where the number does not exceed that for the time being permitted by its licence.

(3) No person shall use a motor vehicle or trailer which carries a load unless it is, at all times, so secured, where necessary by physical restraint other than its own weight, and is in such a position, that danger is not likely to be caused to any person or property by reason of the load or any part thereof falling or being blown from the vehicle or by reason of any other movement of the load or any part thereof in relation to the vehicle.

(4) No person shall use a motor vehicle or trailer for any purpose for which it is so unsuitable as to cause or be likely to cause danger to any person in or on the vehicle, trailer or a road.

(5) No person shall carry on a goods vehicle a load which is higher than the top of the side rails or panels of the vehicle unless such goods are so securely tied or attached to the vehicle that the goods are not likely to fall from the vehicle.

[Reg. 69 amended by reg. 18 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

70. Triangular warning sign

(1) No person shall use a motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or an auto cycle unless there is carried in the vehicle one emergency triangular warning sign, each side of which shall be –

(a) at least 300 millimetres long and 30 millimetres wide; and

(b) either painted red with red reflectors at each corner, each reflector having a diameter of not less than 50 millimetres or covered with red reflective or fluorescent material.

(2) Where a motor vehicle is broken down and is left stationary on a road, the driver shall display or cause to be displayed, as long as the vehicle remains stationary, the triangular warning sign referred to in paragraph (1).

(3) The triangular warning sign shall be displayed at a minimum distance of 15 metres to the rear of and in the centre of the traffic lane occupied by the broken down vehicle as to afford ample warning to other users of the road.

(4) No person shall remove or tamper with an emergency warning sign displayed in accordance with this regulation.

71. Registration plates

(1) No person shall –

(a) place any character, design or ornamentation other than the registration mark on a registration plate; or

(b) remove a registration plate of a vehicle so long as the vehicle is on a road.

(2) The owner of a motor vehicle or trailer shall, at all times –

(a) keep the registration mark of his vehicle clean and clearly legible; and

(b) maintain the colour of the registration plate of the vehicle in a clear and distinct condition.

[Reg. 71 amended by reg. 19 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

72. Parking on a road

(1) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), no person shall cause or permit any motor vehicle to stand or park on a road at any time unless the near side of the vehicle is as close as may be to the edge of the carriageway and not further away than 200 millimetres.

(2) Subject to paragraph (3), no person shall cause or permit any motor vehicle to be parked –

(a) in any area marked "No Parking";

(b) outside any line marked on the surface of a road to indicate where vehicles may be parked;

(c) within a distance of –

(i) 12 metres before and 8 metres after the bus stop sign post;

(ii) 20 metres opposite the restricted length covered in (i) above;

(iii) 8 metres both ways, on either side of a pedestrian crossing along a 2-way road;

(iv) 10 metres before a pedestrian crossing along a one-way road;

(v) 6 metres before or after the junction of 2 roads;

(d) in a paid parking zone unless the necessary parking coupon is displayed;

(e) near or against a kerb in such a way as to obstruct free access to the footpath;

(f) on a single-yellow line or a double-yellow line marked on the surface of a road; or

(g) on the side of a road where there is a continuous longitudinal white line prohibiting overtaking by a vehicle.

(3) Paragraphs (1) and (2) shall not apply in respect of any motor vehicle used –

(a) by the fire brigade, ambulance or police;

(b) in connection with any building operation or demolition;

(c) in connection with repair of any other vehicle;

(d) in connection with removal of any obstruction to traffic;

(e) in connection with maintenance, repair or construction of any road; or

(f) in connection with laying, erection, alteration or repair in or near to any road of any sewer, main, pipe or apparatus for the supply of water, electricity or of any telecommunication cables,

where, in any such case, compliance with paragraph (1) or (2) would hinder or be likely to hinder the use of the vehicle for the purpose for which it is being used on that occasion.

(4) (a) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to any motor vehicle on any road in which vehicles are allowed to proceed in one direction only and where a vehicle may park as close as may be to the left or right side and not further away than 200 millimetres.

(b) Any vehicle which stops briefly in any position for the purpose of performing a manoeuvre shall not be parked.

[Reg. 72 amended by reg. 20 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

73. Suspended implements

Every person who uses a vehicle fitted with any apparatus or appliance designed for lifting, and part of the apparatus or appliance consists of a suspended implement, shall ensure that the implement shall, at all times while the vehicle is in motion on a road, and when the implement is not attached to any load supported by the appliance or apparatus, be so secured to the appliance, apparatus or some part of the vehicle that no danger is caused or is likely to be caused to any person on the vehicle or road.

74. Spilling of oil, fuel or other material

No driver shall cause or permit –

(a) any oil or fuel to spill on the road;

(b) any fluid or material carried on a motor vehicle to drop on the road.

[Reg. 74 revoked and replaced by reg. 21 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

75. Obstruction

No person in charge of a motor vehicle or trailer shall –

(a) drive the vehicle at such a speed when the flow of traffic is normal; or

(b) cause or permit the vehicle to stand on a road,

to cause any unnecessary obstruction of the road.

76. Reversing

No person shall drive, cause or permit to be driven, a motor vehicle backwards on a road further than may be required for the safety or reasonable convenience of the occupants of that vehicle or other traffic on the road unless it is a road roller or engaged in the construction, maintenance or repair of the road.

77. Opening doors and alighting from vehicle

(1) No person shall –

(a) open, cause or permit to be opened, any door of; or

(b) alight from,

a motor vehicle to cause injury or danger to himself or any other person or to impede the flow of traffic.

(2) The driver of a motor vehicle shall ensure that all doors, bonnets and hinged covers shall be kept firmly shut on the primary catch while the vehicle is in motion.

78. Driver's control

(1) No person shall drive, cause or permit any other person to drive a motor vehicle on a road where he is in such a position that he may not –

(a) have proper control of that vehicle;

(b) retain a full view of the road and traffic ahead;

(c) have an adequate view of the road to the rear; or

(d) by means of direction indicators give signals to other traffic.

(2) The driver of a motor vehicle shall, at all times, keep both hands on the steering wheel of the vehicle, except when he is changing gear or operating minor controls.

(3) No person shall drive a motor vehicle with the gear lever in the neutral position.

79. Windscreens and windows to be kept clear

(1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle –

(a) with any sign, poster, card, sticker, '˜L' plate or other non-transparent material, other than documents required to be displayed by law, placed on the windscreen or any window of the motor vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct the driver's view of the road;

(b) with the surface of its front windscreens or any of its front-side windows coated with any coloured spray or other colour coating, or reflective material, in such a manner as to –

(i) obstruct the driver's view of the road; or

(ii) substantially reduce visibility from inside or outside of the motor vehicle,

unless the percentage of visual light transmission specified in regulation 18(5) is complied with.

(2) The documents referred to in paragraph (1) shall be displayed at the top left or bottom left corner of the windscreen.

80. Vehicle to be attended by licensed driver

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no person shall leave, cause or permit to be left, on a road a motor vehicle which is not attended by a person duly licensed to drive it unless the engine is stopped and any parking brake with which the vehicle is required to be equipped is effectively set.

(2) Paragraph (1) insofar as the stopping of the engine is concerned, shall not apply to –

(a) a fire brigade vehicle, the engine of which is being used for any fire fighting purpose;

(b) an ambulance or a vehicle used by the Police; or

(c) a vehicle in such a position and condition as not to be likely to endanger any person or property and engaged in an operation which requires its engine to be used to –

(i) drive machinery forming part of, or mounted on, the vehicle and used for purposes other than driving the vehicle; or

(ii) maintain the electrical power of the batteries of the vehicle at a level required for driving that machinery or apparatus.

81. Condition of tyres

(1) Subject to paragraph (4), no person shall use a wheeled motor vehicle or trailer where one of its pneumatic tyres –

(a) is unsuitable having regard to the use to which the motor vehicle or trailer is being put or the types of tyres fitted to its other wheels;

(b) is not so inflated to make it fit for the use to which the motor vehicle or trailer is being put;

(c) has a break in its fabric or a cut of more than 25 millimetres or 10 per cent of its section width, whichever is the greater, measured in any direction on the outside of the tyre and deep enough to reach the ply or cords used in its construction;

(d) has any lump, bulge or tear caused by the separation of, or a partial failure in, its structure;

(e) has a rubber covering so worn or damaged that the fabric or cord used in its construction is exposed;

(f) does not, subject to paragraph (3), display throughout its breadth and around its entire circumference a pattern, the tread of which is clearly visible and is not less than 1.6 millimetres in depth;

(g) is so constructed and fitted that the metal part of the wheel to which it is fitted may come in contact with the road surface; or

(h) is fitted in such a way that part of it extends beyond the bodywork.

(2) No person shall use a motorcycle or an auto cycle fitted with –

(a) a retreaded tyre; or

(b) a pneumatic tyre which does not, at any position on its tread, have a visible tread pattern over at least three-quarters of the full width of the tread.

(3) Subject to paragraph (4), no person shall use any motor vehicle or trailer a wheel of which is fitted with a recut pneumatic tyre the fabric of which has been cut or exposed by the recutting process.

(4) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to an agricultural tractor or land implement and works vehicle and nothing in that paragraph or in paragraph (3) shall apply to a broken down vehicle or to a vehicle proceeding to a place where it is to be broken up, in either case being drawn by a motor vehicle at a speed not exceeding 35 kilometres per hour.

(5) No person shall use a wheeled motor vehicle where one of the pneumatic tyres on its front wheels has been retreaded more than once or retreaded otherwise than by the cold process.

(6) Every manufacturer of a retreaded tyre shall cause a clearly visible mark, consisting of letters and figures of a height and width of not less than 12 millimetres and indicating the retread factor of the tyre, to be embossed or printed on a yellow background on each side of the tyre.

(7) Every manufacturer of retreaded tyres shall –

(a) keep and enter in ink in a register, the make, tyre number, size and retread factor of any retreaded tyre and the date on which such tyre was retreaded; and

(b) on demand, produce the register to any road transport inspector, police officer or vehicle examiner.

(8) For the purpose of these regulations, "retread factor" refers to the number of times the tyre has been retreaded and shall be indicated by the letter "R" and the figure corresponding to such number.

82. Electrical equipment

No person shall use a motor vehicle unless all electrical apparatus and circuits in the motor vehicle are installed so as to guard adequately against the risk of electrical shock or outbreak of fire.

83. Use of silencer

(1) No person shall use a motor vehicle unless the engine power and exhaust mechanism are equipped, adjusted and operated so as to prevent the discharge of –

(a) clearly visible smoke in the exhaust emissions within the proximity of the exhaust outlet for more than 10 consecutive seconds;

(b) smoke from any other part of the engine in such quantity and opacity as to partially obscure persons or objects from view; or

(c) smoke, visible vapour, grit, sparks, ashes, cinders or oily substance where the discharge causes or is likely to cause damage to any property or injury to any person who is or may be expected on the road, or is likely to cause danger to any such person.

(2) Every exhaust silencer system shall be in good and efficient working order and be leak proof.

(3) No person shall –

(a) fit on the exhaust pipe of a motor vehicle any extension or other device likely to cause excessive or unusual noise; or

(b) alter the silencer in such a way that the noise caused by the escape of the exhaust gases is made greater by the alteration.

84. Excessive noise

(1) No person shall use any motor vehicle in such manner as to cause any noise in excess of 98 db(A) which could have been avoided by the exercise of reasonable care on the part of the driver.

(2) Where a person is charged with a contravention of paragraph (1), it shall be a good defence for that person to prove that the noise or continuance of the noise in respect of which the proceedings are taken was due to some temporary or accidental cause and could not have been prevented by the exercise of due diligence and care on the part of the owner or driver of the motor vehicle.

(3) No motor vehicle shall be used in such manner as to cause any excessive noise which could have been avoided by the exercise of reasonable care on the part of the driver.

(4) No person shall use a bus whose engine emits a noise level exceeding 78 db(A) when measured, from inside the bus, at a distance of 3 metres from the nearest point of the engine.

85. Stopping of engine when stationary

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the driver of a motor vehicle shall not allow the engine of his vehicle to operate for more than 5 consecutive minutes when the vehicle is stationary.

(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply –

(a) when the vehicle is forced to remain motionless because of traffic conditions or mechanical difficulties over which the driver has no control; or

(b) when it is necessary to operate heating and cooling or auxiliary equipment installed on the vehicle.

86. Use of audible warning instruments

(1) Subject to this regulation, no person driving or in charge of a motor vehicle shall, where the vehicle is –

(a) stationary at any time;

(b) in motion, between 21.00 hours and 06.00 hours in the following morning; or

(c) within a distance of 100 metres from –

(i) an educational institution;

(ii) a place of worship;

(iii) a hospital;

(iv) a Court; or

(v) the National Assembly,

sound or cause or permit to be sounded any audible warning instrument or apparatus fitted to the vehicle except in preventing a collision or saving a life.

(2) (a) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the sounding of an instrument or apparatus fitted to, or otherwise carried on, a motor vehicle at a time when the vehicle is being used for any of the purposes specified in regulation 23(4).

(b) Where any instrument or apparatus which is fitted to or carried on a motor vehicle is sounded when the motor vehicle is being used for any of the purposes referred to in regulation 23(4), the driver of every vehicle shall give way to that motor vehicle.

(3) Nothing in paragraph (2) shall prevent a person driving or in charge of a vehicle or some other authorised person from sounding or causing or permitting to be sounded an instrument or apparatus fitted to or otherwise carried on the vehicle where it is necessary to sound such instrument or apparatus for the purpose of alerting the public of the existence of a potential or actual danger or raising an alarm as to the theft or attempted theft of the vehicle or its contents.

(4) Paragraph (1) shall not apply in respect of the sounding of a reversing alarm when the vehicle to which it is fitted is about to move backwards and its engine is running.

87. Use of seat belts

(1) (a) Subject to paragraph (3), any person –

(i) driving a motor vehicle or riding in the front seat of a motor vehicle referred to in regulation 64; or

(ii) riding in the rear seat of a motor car,

shall wear the seat belt with which the seat is equipped.

(b) The seat belt shall be properly adjusted, securely fastened and worn in such a way as to provide restraint for both the upper and lower parts of the trunk of the wearer.

(2) Where a person is riding in the front or the rear seat of a motor vehicle, the driver shall not, without reasonable excuse, drive the vehicle unless that person is wearing a seat belt.

(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a person who is –

(a) driving the vehicle whilst performing a manoeuvre which includes reversing and moving in or out of a parking bay;

(b) the driver of a licensed taxi which is carrying a passenger for hire; or

(c) driving or riding in a vehicle whilst it is being used by fire brigade or police.

(4) (a) A person specified in paragraph (1) or (2) shall not commit an offence where he produces –

(i) to a police officer, at the time of contravention, a certificate from a registered medical practitioner to the effect that it is undesirable, on medical grounds or by reason of his physical characteristics, for that person, or the rider, as the case may be, to wear a seat belt; or

(ii) within 5 days of the date of the contravention such a certificate at a police station specified by that person.

(b) A certificate produced under subparagraph (a) shall state its period of validity.

88. Use of lavatories

No person shall cause or permit the contents of any closet, urinal, lavatory basin or sink carried by a motor vehicle or trailer or of any tank into which such closet, urinal, lavatory basin or sink drains to be discharged or allowed to leak on to a road.

89. Television sets

(1) No person shall drive, or cause or permit to be driven a motor vehicle on a road, where the driver is in such a position as to be able to see, whether directly or by reflection, a television receiving apparatus or other cinematographic apparatus used to display anything other than information –

(a) about the state of the vehicle or its equipment;

(b) about the location of the vehicle and the road on which it is located;

(c) to assist the driver to see the road adjacent to or rear of the vehicle; or

(d) to assist the driver to reach his destination.

(2) No person shall use a television receiving apparatus in a motor vehicle under such circumstances and in such a position that it may cause distraction to the driver of any other vehicle on the road.

(3) In this regulation –

"television receiving apparatus" means any cathode ray tube or liquid crystal display carried on a vehicle and on which there can be displayed an image derived from a television broadcast, recorder, camera or computer.

[Reg. 89 amended by reg. 22 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

90. Telephones

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no person shall, while driving a motor vehicle or riding a cycle, use a hand-held or a hand-free microphone or telephone handset.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to an ambulance or a vehicle used by the police or fire brigade.

[Reg. 90 amended by reg. 23 and reg. 24 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 25 August 2010.]

91. Fuel measuring equipment and accessories

(1) Every person who uses a motor vehicle shall ensure that every instrument or appliance, or combination of instruments or appliance, fitted to a motor vehicle for measuring or indicating, or measuring and indicating, the amount of motor spirit in the fuel tank of the motor vehicle, shall, at all times when the vehicle is used, be in good working order.

(2) Carburettors and apparatuses associated with the instrument or appliance or combination of instruments or appliance and fuel injection pumps shall, at all times, be in sound condition and placed or shielded that no fuel leaking therefrom may fall on any part or fitting capable of igniting it.

(3) Air cleaners shall be fitted to carburettor and intake manifold systems and shall not be removed from the carburettor when the engine is in motion.

(4) The fuel tank, carburettor, fuel receptacle or fuel pipe of a motor vehicle shall be in good condition and not exposed in a manner likely to constitute a source of danger.

(5) No fuel container shall be filled with fuel while the engine is running.

SUB-PART B – Hazardous, Dangerous and Inflammable
Substances and Liquids

92. Inflammable liquid in public service vehicles

No person shall carry, or cause or permit to be carried, any inflammable liquid in or on any public service vehicle used for the carriage of passengers except in its fuel tank.

93. Licence to carry inflammable liquid

(1) Subject to paragraph (3), no person shall use, or cause or permit to be used, in any public place any vehicle for the delivery of inflammable liquid unless he is in possession of a carrier's licence issued in respect of the vehicle which authorises the carriage of the liquid.

(2) The licence shall specify the maximum quantity and class of inflammable liquid which the vehicle is authorised to carry.

(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the carriage –

(a) of a quantity of not more than 180 litres of Class A inflammable liquid or 360 litres of Class B inflammable liquid contained in securely closed metal containers of a capacity of not more than 18 litres;

(b) of a quantity of not more than 400 litres of Class A inflammable liquid or 600 litres of Class B inflammable liquid contained in securely closed metal containers of a capacity of not less than 180 litres; or

(c) of a quantity of Class A inflammable liquid of not more than 3,960 litres contained in securely closed metal containers of a capacity of not less than 180 litres where transported by a person authorised in writing in that behalf by the Commissioner for use and consumption solely by that person.

(4) Any metal container referred to in paragraph (3) shall be designed so as not to easily leak, break or become defective or insecure in the course of conveyance.

94. Petroleum tanker during delivery operations

No person shall –

(a) cause or permit a petroleum tanker to stand on or across any public footpath during delivery operations; or

(b) place the hose or cause or permit the hose to be placed across such footpath during such operations.

95. Agencies likely to ignite

No person shall –

(a) bring, or cause or permit to be brought, any fire, flame or other agency likely to ignite inflammable liquids or substances or their vapour within 5 metres of any vehicle in which inflammable liquids or substances are carried;

(b) carry or permit to be carried any match, cigarette lighter or similar contrivance on any vehicle used for the carriage of inflammable liquids or substances;

(c) while in attendance on a vehicle, smoke or permit any other person thereon to smoke during –

(i) the carriage or filling of inflammable liquids; or

(ii) the discharge of inflammable liquids,

from such vehicle;

(d) smoke, within 3 metres of a vehicle, during the filling with, or discharge of, of such vehicle inflammable liquids or substances or while in attendance thereon permit any other person to smoke; or

(e) allow the engine of a motor vehicle to run while petrol or other inflammable liquid or substance is being poured out into the fuel tank of such vehicle, or start the engine of the motor vehicle until the pouring out has been completed and the cover of the fuel tank of such vehicle has been replaced.

96. Carriage of dangerous or hazardous substances

No person shall use a vehicle by which any dangerous or hazardous substance is carried unless –

(a) that substance is carried in containers so designed and constructed that, notwithstanding an accident to the vehicle, it will not cause damage to the vehicle or injury to passengers conveyed by the vehicle;

(b) in addition to complying with any enactment in relation to any category of dangerous or hazardous substance, he ensures that –

(i) the vehicle displays a distinct mark of the class label appropriate to the type of dangerous or hazardous substance specified in the third column of the First Schedule; and

(ii) the vehicle is equipped with safety equipment for preventing fire, explosion or escape of hazardous or dangerous substance.

97. Manner of display of class labels

(1) Where a class label is required to be displayed on a vehicle, every person using it shall ensure that it is so positioned that the side of the class label is at an angle of 45 degrees to the vertical and that the size of the label is not less than 250 millimetres square divided into 2 portions, the upper half portion being reserved for the pictorial symbol and the lower half for the text.

(2) (a) Where the class label consists of –

(i) adhesive material, it shall be waterproof; or

(ii) metal or other substance on which the pictorial symbol and the text are printed, they shall be affixed directly on the material.

(b) The surface of the vehicle surrounding the label referred to in subparagraph (a) shall be of a colour that contrasts sharply with the background of the class label.

(3) No class label displayed on a vehicle shall be positioned in such a manner that it obscures any other markings required to be displayed under any other enactment.

(4) Every vehicle carrying any dangerous or hazardous substance shall display in a conspicuous manner the class label on the places specified in the
Second Schedule.

98. Responsibility of consignor

(1) It shall be the responsibility of the consignor intending to carry any dangerous or hazardous substance to ensure that –

(a) the vehicle's carrier licence authorises the carriage;

(b) the vehicle is equipped with necessary first aid, safety equipment and antidotes as may be necessary to contain any accident;

(c) the transporter or the owner of the vehicle has full and adequate information about the dangerous or hazardous substance being carried; and

(d) the driver of the vehicle is trained in handling the risks posed during carriage of such substance.

(2) Every consignor shall supply to the owner of the vehicle full and adequate information about the dangerous or hazardous substance being carried to enable such owner and its driver to –

(a) comply with the requirements of regulation 32 and this Sub-part; and

(b) be aware of the risks created by such substance to health or safety of any person.

(3) It shall be the duty of the consignor to ensure that the information is accurate and sufficient for the purpose of complying with regulation 32 and this Sub-part.

[Reg. 98 amended by reg. 25 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

99. Responsibility of transporter or owner

(1) It shall be the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle carrying any dangerous or hazardous substance to ensure that his vehicle –

(a) has been issued with a carrier's licence which authorises the carriage; and

(b) is equipped with necessary first aid, safety equipment, tool box and antidotes as may be necessary to contain any accident.

(2) Before undertaking the transportation of any dangerous or hazardous substance, every owner of a goods vehicle shall –

(a) satisfy himself that the information given by the consignor is full and accurate in all respects and corresponds to the classification of the dangerous or hazardous substance specified in the First Schedule;

(b) ensure that the driver of the vehicle is given all the relevant information in writing in relation to the dangerous or hazardous substance entrusted to him for carriage; and

(c) satisfy himself that the driver has sufficient understanding of the nature of the dangerous or hazardous substance and the nature of the risks involved in the carriage of the dangerous or hazardous substance and is capable of taking appropriate action in case of an emergency.

(3) The information referred to in paragraph (2)(b) shall mention the chemical identity of the dangerous or hazardous substance, nature of the hazard, protective devices to be used and the emergency action to be taken.

(4) Every owner of a vehicle carrying a dangerous or hazardous substance and the consignor of the substance shall lay down the route for every trip which the driver shall be bound to take unless directed or permitted otherwise by a police officer.

(5) Every owner of a vehicle carrying dangerous or hazardous substance shall ensure that the driver of the vehicle holds a valid driving licence.

100. Responsibility of driver

Every driver of a vehicle carrying a dangerous or hazardous substance shall –

(a) ensure that the information given to him in writing under regulation 98(3) is kept in the cabin of the driver in the form of a card and is available, at all times, while the dangerous or hazardous substances to which it relates, are being carried;

(b) observe, at all times, all the directions necessary for preventing fire, explosion or escape of dangerous or hazardous substances carried by him while the vehicle is in motion; and

(c) when the vehicle is not being driven, ensure that –

(i) it is parked in a place which is safe from fire, explosion and any other risk;

(ii) it remains at all times under his control and supervision or of some other competent person; and

(iii) no unauthorised person gets access to any container.

101. Driver to be instructed

The owner of every vehicle carrying dangerous or hazardous substances shall ensure to the satisfaction of the consignor that the driver of the vehicle has received adequate instructions and training to enable him to understand –

(a) the nature of the substance being carried by him;

(b) the nature of the risks raising out of such substance;

(c) precautions he should take while the vehicle is in motion or stationery; and

(d) the action he has to take in case of any emergency.

102. Driver to report accident

The driver of every vehicle carrying any dangerous or hazardous substance shall, on the occurrence of an accident involving any dangerous or hazardous substance carried by his vehicle, forthwith report to the nearest police station and also inform the owner of the vehicle or transporter regarding the accident.

Sub-Part C – Lamps and Lighting

103. Requirements for lighting

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no person shall use a motor vehicle unless –

(a) the lamps fitted to it are undamaged, properly secured and capable of being lighted at all times;

(b) the head and rear lamps and registration plate lamps are kept lighted during the hours of darkness; and

(c) when parking on a public road during hours of darkness, parking lights shall remain illuminated.

(2) The front lamps of a vehicle may not be kept lit where the vehicle is being drawn by another motor vehicle using a rigid device.

(3) No person shall use a motorcycle, with an engine capacity exceeding 50 cubic centimetres, unless its head lamp is lighted at all times.

(4) Where a motor vehicle equipped with headlamps is also equipped with any other lamp on its front, no person shall drive the vehicle with more than 4 lamps lighted at the same time.

(5) No person shall light a fog lamp or lamps unless road visibility is reduced to less than 100 metres.

(6) A person using a motor vehicle on a road shall –

(a) extinguish the main beam of the light emitted by the head lamp of his vehicle where the main beam is likely to cause a dangerous glare to oncoming traffic;

(b) not flash his head lamps as a means of a signal asking for priority.

104. Dipped beam

The driver of a vehicle approaching another vehicle from the rear, shall, when at a distance of 100 metres from the other vehicle, use a dipped beam of light.

105. Stationary or parked motor vehicle

No person shall stop or park a motor vehicle on a road during the hours of darkness unless –

(a) the head lamps of the vehicle emit a dipped beam of light;

(b) a beam of light in accordance with regulation 39 is emitted from parking lamps incorporated in the vehicle's head lamps; or

(c) where the head lamps are extinguished, light is emitted from 2 fog lamps or parking lamps in accordance with regulations 47 and 48.

106. Use of spot lamp

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no person shall use a motor vehicle fitted with a spot lamp.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to –

(a) an emergency vehicle to which a spot lamp is fitted for use on official purposes; or

(b) a towing vehicle or a vehicle used in connection with the supply of electricity or other essential services where the lamp is only used at the scene of an accident or breakdown or for the examination of overhead telephone, telegraph or power lines.

107. Lamps and reflectors on pedal cycles

No person shall, during the hours of darkness, use a pedal cycle unless it is fitted with –

(a) a lamp in front emitting a white light whose intense part of the beam shall, when the pedal cycle is on a reasonably level road, strike the surface ahead of it;

(b) a lamp emitting a red light directly to the rear;

(c) a red reflector at the rear;

(d) spoke reflectors on both wheels; and

(e) all front and rear lamps which have a minimum brightness equivalent to a
2 watt bulb.

Sub-Part D – Trailers and Towing Vehicles

108. Distance between motor vehicle and trailer and marking of trailer connections

(1) (a) Where a motor vehicle is drawing a trailer solely by means of a tow bar or, in a case where more than one trailer is being drawn, and a trailer is attached to another trailer solely by such means, the length of the tow bar shall be such that the distance between the nearest points of the trailer and the vehicle to which it is so attached shall not be less than 3.5 metres and not more than 4.5 metres.

(b) For the purposes of this paragraph, in determining the nearest points of the 2 vehicles, any part of any of the vehicle designed primarily for use as a means of attaching the one vehicle to the other and of any fitting designed for use in connection with any such part shall be disregarded.

(2) Where a motor vehicle is drawing a trailer, the means by which the trailer is attached to the vehicle shall be clearly visible to other persons using the road within a reasonable distance from each side of either vehicle.

(3) No motor vehicle shall draw any broken down motor vehicle, all the wheels of which are in contact with the ground, unless the broken down vehicle is in the charge of a person holding a valid driving licence and the brakes and steering gear of the broken down vehicle are such that the person in charge of the vehicle can exercise control over its speed and direction.

(4) No vehicle exceeding 3,500 kilograms shall be towed other than by a rigid towing bar or by a purpose-designed towing device.

(5) No vehicle other than a recovery vehicle may tow another vehicle where the weight of the broken down vehicle exceeds twice the weight of the towing vehicle.

(6) Where a vehicle which is being drawn is attached to the drawing vehicle by a rigid tow bar and the brakes of the drawing vehicle are such that the person driving the drawing vehicle can exercise control of the speed of both vehicles, it shall not be necessary for the brakes of the vehicle which is being drawn to be in working order.

(7) A vehicle being drawn by another shall have a notice containing the words "ON TOW" of 150 millimetres in height displayed at the rear.

(8) Subject to paragraph (3), every driver of a towing vehicle shall comply with this regulation.

109. Parking brake of trailer

No person in charge of a motor vehicle or trailer drawn by it shall cause or permit the trailer to stand when detached from the drawing vehicle unless at least one of the wheels of the trailer is prohibited from revolving by the setting of a parking brake.

110. Use of vehicles to draw trailers

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no motor vehicle exceeding 9 metres in length, shall draw a trailer.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a motor vehicle drawing a broken down vehicle, as a result of a breakdown, in such a manner that the broken down vehicle cannot be steered by its own steering gear.

(3) No trailer shall be drawn by a public service vehicle or a motorcycle.

111. Combination of motor vehicles

(1) Subject to paragraph (2), no person shall operate on a road any combination of motor vehicles other than –

(a) a drawing vehicle and one or 2 trailers; or

(b) a motor vehicle drawing another motor vehicle which is not a trailer.

(2) A motor vehicle may, in the case of an emergency or breakdown, draw a trailer and another vehicle.

112. Use of trailer to convey passengers

No trailer shall be used for the conveyance of any passenger for the purpose of gain.

Sub-Part E – Public Service and Goods Vehicles

113. Buses moving out of bus stops

No person shall overtake a bus where the driver has, by operating the appropriate direction indicators, signalled his intention of moving out of a bus stop and made due allowance with respect to speed and distance of oncoming traffic.

114. Duties of bus driver

Every bus driver operating a bus along any bus route shall –

(a) not alight or pick up passengers except at a bus stop;

(b) stop his bus with its front within 600 millimetres from the bus stop sign, unless there is already a bus at the bus stop, in which case, he shall park his bus within 1.5 metres from the rear of the preceding bus;

(c) not cause his bus to stop at a bus stop unless the lateral distance from the door to the footpath is less than 200 millimetres;

(d) where a lay-by is provided at the bus stop, stop his bus within the lay-by, unless there is already a bus within the lay-by, in which case, he shall park his bus within 1.5 metres from the rear of the preceding bus;

(e) under no circumstances, stop his bus beyond a bus stop sign;

(f) signal to all other drivers his intention to move out of a bus stop by operating the direction indicators on the right hand side of the bus in front and at the rear;

(g) ensure that the direction indicators are not operating while passengers are alighting or boarding; and

(h) avoid obstructing traffic coming from the opposite direction while moving out of a bus stop.

115. Obstruction of entrances, exits and gangways

No person shall, while passengers are being carried in a bus, cause or permit any unnecessary obstruction to any entrance, exit or gangway of the vehicle.

116. Standing persons in buses

(1) No person shall be permitted to stand in a microbus or minibus.

(2) No person, other than an authorised officer, shall be authorised to stand –

(a) on the steps;

(b) in the cross passageway; or

(c) next to a door,

of an omnibus when the vehicle is in motion.

(3) The number of standing passengers who may be carried in an omnibus shall be determined by the Commissioner.

(4) In this regulation –

"authorised officer" means a road transport inspector, police officer, traffic officer or conductor;

"conductor" means any person holding a valid conductor's licence issued by the Authority;

"traffic officer" means a person authorised by the holder of a road service licence to –

(a) supervise and check the work of his conductors; or

(b) verify that the appropriate fare has been paid by a passenger.

[Reg. 116 amended by reg. 26 of GN 170 of 2010 w.e.f. 21 August 2010.]

117. Lamps inside buses

No person shall use a bus during the hours of darkness while it is carrying passengers unless every lamp provided for the internal illumination of the vehicle is, at all times, during those hours kept lighted to such extent as is necessary to provide adequate illumination of every access from any seat in the vehicle to every exit in the vehicle and marking required to be provided in relation to every emergency exit in the vehicle.

118. Obstruction of driver

(1) No passenger shall be conveyed on the right side of the seat of the driver in a public service vehicle.

(2) No person shall cause or permit any unnecessary obstruction of the driver of a public service vehicle.

119. Seating capacity of taxi

The driver of a taxi shall not carry in the vehicle more passengers than are set out in the manufacturer's specifications.

120. Information to be displayed

No person shall operate a goods vehicle, trailer or semitrailer, of a gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilogrammes, unless there is printed on a metal plate affixed in a conspicuous position on the left side of the vehicle in letters and figures of a height of not less than 40 millimetres and which shall be clearly legible, at all times –

(a) the weight unladen of such vehicle in kilogrammes (WU);

(b) the permissible maximum load in kilogrammes (L);

(c) the permissible maximum gross weight of the vehicle in kilogrammes (GW); and

(d) where the vehicle is used to draw any other vehicle, the permissible maximum gross combination weight of such combined vehicle in kilogrammes (GCW).

Sub-Part F – Motorcycles and Auto Cycles

121. Motorcycles and Auto cycles

(1) Any item not forming an integral part of a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall be suspended from or connected to any part of the handle bar or steering mechanism.

(2) No load or device for carrying or suspending any load shall be connected to any part of the steering mechanism on a motorcycle or an auto cycle.

(3) No rider of a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall carry, hold or restrain any item with any part of his hand, arm, foot or leg.

(4) The handlebars of every motorcycle or auto cycle shall not be bent or angled rearwards other than as designed by the manufacturer.

(5) The minimum distance between the outer ends of the handle bars as measured in a straight line between the furthest points shall not be less than 450 millimetres.

122. Footrests on motorcycles

(1) The rider of a motorcycle or an auto cycle shall, at all times whilst moving, keep both feet on the footrests designed by the manufacturer.

(2) No rider shall carry a person astride a motorcycle or an auto cycle unless the motorcycle or auto cycle is fitted with suitable supports or rests for the feet of
that person.

(3) Where a motorcycle or an auto cycle is fitted with suitable supports or rests for the feet, any person, in addition to the rider, who is carried astride the motorcycle or auto cycle shall, at all times, where the motorcycle or auto cycle is moving on a road, keep his feet on the supports or rests.

Sub-Part G – Gas Propulsion

123. Use of gas propulsion systems

(1) No person shall use a vehicle with a gas propulsion system unless the whole of the system is in a safe condition.

(2) No person shall use, in any gas supply system for the propulsion of a vehicle when the vehicle is on a road, any fuel except liquefied petroleum gas.

(3) No person shall use a vehicle which is propelled by gas unless the gas container in which such fuel is stored is on the motor vehicle, and not on any trailer and, in the case of an articulated vehicle, on the portion of the vehicle to which the engine is fitted.

124. Use of gas-fired appliances

(1) No person shall use in or on a vehicle, any gas-fired appliance unless the whole of such appliance and the gas system attached thereto is in an efficient and safe condition.

(2) No person shall use, in any gas-fired appliance in or on a vehicle on a road, any fuel except liquefied petroleum gas.

(3) No person shall use, in or on a vehicle, any gas-fired appliance unless the vehicle is so ventilated that –

(a) ample supply of air is available for the operation of the appliance;

(b) the use of the appliance does not adversely affect the health or comfort of any person using the vehicle; and

(c) any unburnt gas is safely disposed of outside the vehicle.

(4) No person shall use a vehicle in or on which there is –

(a) one gas-fired appliance unless the gas supply for such appliance is shut off at the point where it leaves, at all times, the container or containers when the appliance is not in use;

(b) more than one gas-fired appliance each having the same supply of gas unless the gas supply for such appliances is shut off at the point where it leaves the container or containers, at all times, when none of such appliances is in use; or

(c) more than one gas-fired appliance, each having different supply of gas, unless each supply for such appliances is shut off at the point where it leaves the container or containers, at all times, when none of such appliances which it supplies is in use.

PART IV – MISCELLANEOUS

125. Offences

Any person who contravenes these regulations shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding 10,000 rupees.

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FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulations 2, 32, 96 and 99]

CLASS LABELS

UN Class No. Classification of Goods Class Label
1. Explosives
  Symbol (exploding bomb) – Black
 

Background

– Orange

2. Gases, compressed, liquefied, dissolved under pressure or deeply refrigerated
  Non-flammable gases    
  Symbol (gas cylinder) – Black or white
 

Background

– Green

  Inflammable gases
  Symbol (flame) – Black or white
 

Background

– Red

  Poisonous gases  
  Symbol (skull and crossbones) – Black
 

Background

– White

3. Inflammable Liquids
  Symbol (flame) – Black or white
 

Background

– Red

4. Inflammable solids, substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which, on contact with water, emit inflammable gases.  
4.1 Inflammable solids
  Symbol (flame) – Black
  Background – White with vertical red strips
       
4.2 Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
  Symbol (flame) – Black
 

Background

– Upper half white

    – Lower half red
4.3 Substances which in contact with water emit inflammable gases
  Symbol (flame) – Black or white
  Background – Blue
5. Oxidizing substances, (agents) and organic peroxides
5.1 Oxidizing substances (agents)    
  Symbol (flame over circle) – Black  
  Background – Yellow  
5.2

Organic peroxides

  Symbol (flame over circle) – Black
 

Background

– Yellow

6. Poisonous (toxic) and infectious substances
6.1 Poisonous (toxic) substances    
  Symbol (skull and crossbones) – Black  
 

Background

– White

6.2 Harmful substances
  The bottom half of the label should bear the inscription –  
 

HARMFUL
Stow away from foodstuff

  Symbol (St. Andrews Cross over an ear of wheat) and inscription  
    – Black
  Background – White
6.3 Infectious substances
  The bottom half of the label shall bear –
 

INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES (Optional)and the inscription

  "In case of damage or leakage immediately notifyPublic Health Authority" (optional)
 

Symbol (3 crescents super-imposed on a circle) and inscription

– Black
  Background – White
7. Radioactive substances
  Symbol - 3 segments of a circle - a number and letter of the Class label shall be black on a white background and the parallel lines bordering the Class label shall be black and shall be 5 mm thick
8. Corrosives
  Symbol (liquids spilling from 2 glass vessels and attaching a hand and a metal) – Black
  Background – Upper half white
   

– Lower half black and white border

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