—(1) The Minister may make rules to prohibit or restrict the use of any special road by any traffic or class of traffic subject to such conditions or exceptions as may be prescribed.
(2) Rules made under this section may make provision with respect to special roads generally, or may make different provision with respect to special roads provided for the use of different classes of traffic, or may make provision with respect to any particular special road.
(3) Rules made under this section may, in particular —
regulate the manner in which and the conditions subject to which special roads may be used by traffic of any class;
authorise, or enable the Deputy Commissioner of Police to authorise, the use of special roads, on any occasion or in an emergency or for the purpose of crossing, or for the purpose of securing access to premises abutting on or adjacent to the special roads by any traffic; and
relax, or enable the Deputy Commissioner of Police to relax, any prohibition or restriction imposed by the rules.
(4) In this section —
“special road” means any road specified in the rules made under this section to be a special road, and includes any part of a special road;
“traffic” includes pedestrians;
“use”, in relation to a road, includes crossing.