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policy on the accommodation of utilities within freeway right-of-way

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Standing Committee on Highways.

policy on the accommodation of utilities within freeway right-of-way

by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Standing Committee on Highways.

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Published by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roads -- Right of way -- Multiple use.,
  • Public utilities.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementprepared by the Standing Committee on Highways.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14222123M

    Constructing and/or Servicing Utilities." (Policy Section ) ACCESS: Access for construction and/or servicing a Utility Facility within a Freeway line should be limited to access via: (a) frontage road, where provided (b) nearby or adjacent public roads and streets (c) trails along or near the Freeway right-of-way line connecting only. for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way (also called AASHTO Accommodation Guide), latest edition, A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way (also called Freeway Policy), latest edition, and the Federal-Aid Policy Guide (also called FAPG) and 23CFR Parts A and B.

    Utility accommodation is the process that occurs when utilities are placed within the highway right of way after a highway is constructed and open to traffic. In order for an accommodation to be granted, the utility owner must apply and have a permit issued to them granting permission to place the utility within the highway right of way. UTILITIES REFERENCE MATERIAL EX-1 (REV 4/) 1. AASHTO’s A Guide for Accommodating Utilities within Highway Right-of-Way 2. AASHTO’s A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way 3. Code of Federal Regulations (Title 23) 4. FHWA’s Program Guide: Utility Adjustments and Accommodation on Federal-Aid Highway.

    Accommodation of Wireline on Freeway Right of Way. Retired - formerly MnDOT Policy , Guideline G1, Procedure P1 View/print signed policy rescission (PDF) Policy statement. Excerpt from the current policy: “This policy applies to longitudinal installation of wireline facilities used for the transmission of voice, data, and/or video. ACCOMMODATION PLAN FOR LONGITUDINAL USE OF FREEWAY RIGHT-OF-WAY BY UTILITIES Background - Accommodation Plan applicability Background - Jurisdiction and control 1. General Policy 2. Application Process a. Request for Proposals b. Review and evaluation of proposals 3. Contract Award a. Contract Provisions.


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Policy on the accommodation of utilities within freeway right-of-way by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Standing Committee on Highways. Download PDF EPUB FB2

19 A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way REFERENCES (1) AASHTO. Guidance on Sharing Freeway and Highway Rights-of-Way for Telecommunications. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Washington, DC, (2) AASHTO. A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way.

A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way, 5th Edition [AASHTO] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way, 5th EditionAuthor: AASHTO. Utilities Within Highway Right of Way and A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right of Way.

In addition to the above, utility accommodation. Part of NYSDOT Rules & Regulations, NYCRR Title 17 - Accommodation of Utilities within State Highway Right-of-Way.

Most Applicable To: Utility Companies, Municipalities, Designers Description: Part identifies the rules and regulations associated with the accommodation of utility facilities located within state highway rights-of-way, and those utility facilities that affect the use and.

Policy. Caltrans has adopted AASHTO’s October publications, "Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Rights-of-Way" and "A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within.

A uniform policy is needed to establish the conditions under which public and private utilities may be accommodated on the freeway right-of-way, It is the intent of this policy to establish procedures whereby the individual state transportation agencies may uniformly administer the accommodation of utilities on freeways.

These guidelines supplement, but do not alter the provisions of the AASHTO "A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right-of-way." (Author) Corporate Authors: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) North Capitol Street, NW Washington, DC United States The Utilities Accommodation Policy is established to be consistent with: AASHTO policy guidelines on accommodating utilities within highway/freeway rights of way; state laws and regulations governing the accommodation of utility facilities; and federal-aid policies and procedures.

Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right-of-Way, October A Guide for Accommodating Utilities within Highway Right-of-Way, October CI/ASCEStandard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Data.

The installation shall be in compliance with the latest AASHTO "A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way," incorporated by reference in Sectionand the minimum offset allowable to the tower or pole shall be in accordance with the clear zone as provided in the latest AASHTO Roadside Design Guide.

Utilities Within Freeway Right of Way AASHTO A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right of Way 5th Edition An official AASHTO policy on the extent and manner in which public utilities may cross or otherwise occupy the right of way of any portion of a freeway.

Get this from a library. A policy on the accommodation of utilities within freeway right-of-way. [American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

Technical Committee on. A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-Way. set-ofs forth suggested location and design standards applying to the accommodation of utility facilities within highway rights-of-way. • AASHTO’s. A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-Way.

is -of used in conjunction with the. (1) A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way. (2) A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way. ENFORCEMENT The Annotated Code of Maryland, Sectiondirects that "work done under the permit shall be performed to the satisfaction of the Administration and under its supervision".

(AASHTO) publications, A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way (also called AASHTO Accommodation Guide), latest edition, A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way (also called Freeway Policy), latest edition, and the Federal-Aid Policy Guide (also called FAPG) and 23 CFR Parts A and B.

publications titled A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right-of-Way” and “A Guide for Accommodating Utilities within Highway Right-of-Way” current issues NDDOT Policy II “Utilities,” Executive Policy Manual. (See Appendix F).

It is intended that wherever any other applicable law or regulation differs. AASHTO GUIDE: “A Guide for Accommodating Utilities Within Highway Right-of-Way.” AASHTO POLICY: “A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way.” ABANDONMENT: The cessation of ownership, use, and operation of a utility facility.

These guidelines supplement, but do not alter the provisions of the AASHTO A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right-of- Way (2).

It is recognized that a distinction exists between buried fiber optic cables and other utilities. FHWA also recommends that states consider AASHTO ' s A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way.

OLR has a copy of this document. Once FHWA has approved a state ' s policy, the state can approve any proposed utility installation without referral to FHWA. A POLICY ON THE ACCOMMODATION OF UTILITIES WITHIN FREEWAY RIGHT-OF-WAY. In order to carry out the intent of Ti U.S. Code, a uniform policy is needed to establish the conditions under which public and private utilities may be accommodated on the freeway right-of-way.

The statements in this publication constitute such a policy. (iii) A Guide for Accommodating Utilities within Highway Right of Way; and (iv) A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right of Way. (b) All elements of the utility facilities including materials used, installation methods, and locations shall be subject to review and approval by UDOT.

(c) Plans, Drawings and Specifications.RIGHT-OF-WAY DIVISION CHAPTER RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ACCOMMODATING UTILITIES WITHIN HIGHWAY RIGHTS-OF-WAY TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Location and Alignment Criteria Definition of Terms Controls Governing Utility Installations.(AASHTO) publication entitled “A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities Within Freeway Right-of-Way” and 23 FRSub-part “” Accommodation of Utilities.

(Refer to the FHWA web site at ) UTILITY PERMITS General Legislative Guidance Ohio Revised Code Sections and govern the use and occupancy.