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|PermitOverview=In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Perrmit (Permit) from the [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development]] (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. If the project requires installation of utility facilities, the project developer may need to obtain a Permit pursuant to [[La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 et seq., Utilities]]; [[Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities]].
 
|PermitOverview=In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Perrmit (Permit) from the [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development]] (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. If the project requires installation of utility facilities, the project developer may need to obtain a Permit pursuant to [[La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 et seq., Utilities]]; [[Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities]].
|Description===3-LA-c.1 to 3-LA-c.4 — Does the Project Cross a State Highway Right-of-Way?==
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|Description===3-LA-c.1 to 3-LA-c.5 — Does the Project Cross a State Highway Right-of-Way?==
 
In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Permit (Permit) from the [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development]] (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. At the outset of a project, the developer should contact the LaDOTD to determine which permits are required. The LaDOTD chief engineer may issue a Permit for the use and occupancy of the rights-of-way of state highways for the installation and maintenance of underground and overhead cables or pipes along or across highways for the purpose of conveying fluids or transporting electric current. [[Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities|La. Stat. Ann. § 48:381(A)]].
 
In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Permit (Permit) from the [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development]] (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. At the outset of a project, the developer should contact the LaDOTD to determine which permits are required. The LaDOTD chief engineer may issue a Permit for the use and occupancy of the rights-of-way of state highways for the installation and maintenance of underground and overhead cables or pipes along or across highways for the purpose of conveying fluids or transporting electric current. [[Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities|La. Stat. Ann. § 48:381(A)]].
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==3-LA-c.6 — State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit Application==
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A developer must submit a complete [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development – State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit Application| State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit Application]] (Utility Permit Application) to the appropriate District Right-of-Way Permit Specialist (Permit Specialist) responsible for the Parish in which the work will take place. If the Utility Permit Application includes more than one District, a separate Permit must be prepared for each affected District. [[Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development Webpage|LaDOTD Webpage]].  A complete Utility Permit Application must:
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*Contain the correct number of clearly legible copies and attachments;
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*Describe the nature of the work involved; and
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*Be accompanied by four copies of the required drawings of property lines, the exact location of the proposed work, as well as existing conditions and proposed changes. 
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[[Louisiana – La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 et seq., Utilities|La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 §509]]. 
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==3-LA-c.7 to 3-LA-c.8 — Review Application Materials for Completeness==
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The LaDOTD District Office and Permit Specialist must review the Utility Permit Application for administrative and technical completeness.
 
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Louisiana State Highway Right-of-Way Overview (3-LA-c)

In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Perrmit (Permit) from the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. If the project requires installation of utility facilities, the project developer may need to obtain a Permit pursuant to La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 et seq., Utilities; Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities.



State Highway Right-of-Way Overview Process

3-LA-c.1 to 3-LA-c.5 — Does the Project Cross a State Highway Right-of-Way?

In Louisiana, a developer must obtain a State Highway Right-of-Way Permit (Permit) from the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (LaDOTD) for projects that encroach on a state highway right-of-way. At the outset of a project, the developer should contact the LaDOTD to determine which permits are required. The LaDOTD chief engineer may issue a Permit for the use and occupancy of the rights-of-way of state highways for the installation and maintenance of underground and overhead cables or pipes along or across highways for the purpose of conveying fluids or transporting electric current. La. Stat. Ann. § 48:381(A).

3-LA-c.6 — State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit Application

A developer must submit a complete State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit Application (Utility Permit Application) to the appropriate District Right-of-Way Permit Specialist (Permit Specialist) responsible for the Parish in which the work will take place. If the Utility Permit Application includes more than one District, a separate Permit must be prepared for each affected District. LaDOTD Webpage. A complete Utility Permit Application must:

  • Contain the correct number of clearly legible copies and attachments;
  • Describe the nature of the work involved; and
  • Be accompanied by four copies of the required drawings of property lines, the exact location of the proposed work, as well as existing conditions and proposed changes.

La. Admin. Code tit. 70.2.1 §509.

3-LA-c.7 to 3-LA-c.8 — Review Application Materials for Completeness

The LaDOTD District Office and Permit Specialist must review the Utility Permit Application for administrative and technical completeness.


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