in Olympia .
Written in English
|Other titles||Utilities on highway rights of way.|
|Contributions||Washington State Highway Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
The Utilities Accommodation Policy was established in cooperation with the utility industry. The Utilities Accommodation Policy addresses: AASHTO policy guidelines on accommodating utilities within highway rights of way. State laws and regulations governing the accommodation of utility facilities. Small wireless facilities in WisDOT right-of-way (NEW) Under Wis. Stat. s. (2)(c), WisDOT charges wireless providers a nondiscriminatory fee for the installation of small wireless facilities on utility poles or third party utility poles in state trunk highway (STH) right-of-way (ROW).By statute, the cost of this annual fee is $20 multiplied by the number of small wireless facilities in. The States must decide if they want utilities on highway right-of-way, including freeways, and if so to what extent and under what conditions. Whatever they decide must be documented in an FHWA-approved utility accommodation policy. A State may permit certain utilities . 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.
23 CFR Subpart B Accommodation of Utilities .pdf) (11/22/) addresses with the accommodation of utilities. Policy and Guidance. Guidance on Reimbursement for Tax Liability Incurred by a Utility for Relocation (09/05/) Utility Accommodation and Other Uses of Highway Right-of-Way (06/29/). 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 Highway Rights-of-Way." Caltrans’ general policy is to allow utility facilities within conventional rights of way subject to reasonable conditions to provide for the. 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 ITD’s “Utility Accommodation Policy” describes the policy regarding utility encroachments within the State highway right-of-ways, as established by IDAPA (refer to Appendix A). The utility permitting process is initiated by the following.
Section Accommodation of utilities on highways with full control of access. (a) The accommodation of utilities on highways with full control of access, where applicable, shall be subject to Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part , in . 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. Policies and Procedures for Accommodating Utilities on Highway Rights of Way (rev. ) Utilities Policy Manual. The purpose of this Utility Accommodation Policy (UAP) is to establish the policy for managing utility facilities that are located, installed, maintained, repaired, removed, or relocated within the right-of-way of the State highway system. Refer to IC and IAC for a list of utility facilities.