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Developers seeking to site transmission projects within a Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) highway right-of-way must obtain the proper permits from WYDOT. [[Wyo. Stat. § 1-26 - Eminent Domain | Wyo. Stat. § 1-26-813]].
Developers may be required to obtain a WYDOT Utility Construction Authorization [[WYDOT Utility Permit Application Form M-54 | Form M-54]] and/or a WYDOT Access Permit. See the [[WYDOT Access Manual]].
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==3-WY-c.1 to 3-WY-c.2 – Does the Proposed Project Involve Siting a Transmission Line within a WYDOT Highway Right-of-Way?==
A right-of-way is a strip of land typically used for the construction and maintenance of highways and highway appurtenances, such a safety zones, highway signs, and highway lighting.” [[Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation, Chapter 13 - Access Facilities | Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation Chapter 13, Section 2(ff)]]. A transmission developer may use a WYDOT right-of-way to site transmission lines. A developer seeking to site a transmission line within a WYDOT right-of-way must obtain a Utility Construction Authorization from WYDOT prior to construction. [[Wyo. Stat. § 1-26 - Eminent Domain | Wyo. Stat. § 1-26-813]].
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==3-WY-c.3 to 3-WY-c.4 – Does the Proposed Project Require the Construction of an Access to or from a WYDOT Right-of-Way?==
A developer requiring access to or from a WYDOT right-of-way for its transmission project must obtain an Access Permit from WYDOT prior to construction. [[Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation, Chapter 13 - Access Facilities | Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation Chapter 13, Section 7(b)]]. “Access” is defined as “an entrance or exit to another public roadway or to private or public land from a street or highway.” [[Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation, Chapter 13 - Access Facilities | Rules and Regulations of the Department of Transportation Chapter 13, Section 2(b)]].
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==3-WY-c.5 – No Permit Needed; Continue with Project==
If a developer does not plan on siting a transmission project within a WYDOT highway right-of-way or require the construction of an access within a WYDOT highway right-of-way, the developer will not need a WYDOT permit and may continue with the project.
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