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Wyoming Utility Construction Authorization within WYDOT Right-of-Way (3-WY-d)

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) has authority over authorizations for utility construction within WYDOT highway rights of way. Developers must obtain permission from WYDOT prior to constructing transmission lines along, across or under the streets, roads and highways under WYDOT jurisdiction. Wyo. Stat. § 1-26-813.

Utility Construction Authorization within WYDOT Right-of-Way Process

3-WY-d.1 – Contact WYDOT District Maintenance Engineer== Developers who plan to cross or encroach on WYDOT rights-of-way should contact the WYDOT District Maintenance Engineer in whose area the proposed project is to occur and explain the project. The developer should submit drawings to the District Maintenance Engineer that show the placement of the project relative to the roadway. See the WYDOT Utility Accommodation Regulation Manual (http://www.dot.state.wy.us/files/live/sites/wydot/files/shared/Highway_Development/Utilities/WYDOT%20Utility%20Accommodation%20Regulations_Nov%202013.pdf).

3-WY-d.2 to 3-WY-d.3 – Review WYDOT District Stipulations

The developer must review and incorporate WYDOT District stipulations into its project design. The developer may then submit a formal application, consisting of the License (WYDOT Form M-54) with a Plan Sheet (marked “Exhibit A”). Exhibit A must indicate the following: ‘’’Plan View Requirements’’’

  • Existing roadway, right-of-way line, right-of-way fence, and cross fences if they are not on the right-of-way line;
  • Existing approaches, intersecting roads or streets, drainage ditches, irrigation ditches, pipes and culverts that have to be crossed;
  • Existing major utilities facilities;
  • Proposed project alignment with offset distances from either the roadway centerline or right-of-way line;
  • Location of existing facilities on the highway right-of-way that are owned and operated by the developer;
  • Proposed locations of all support appurtenances such as air relief valves, manholes, pedestals, junction boxes, line markers, vent pipes, guys and anchors, etc.;
  • Size and capacity of the proposed project;
  • Highlighter indication of facility on submitted drawing;
  • Legal description of proposed project (Section, Township, and Range with North Arrow);
  • A reference to the proposed project to the nearest milepost marker using a compass direction and footage;
  • All bridge attachments must be reviewed and approved by the WYDOT Bridge Program. Bridge attachments should indicate if the proposed project is to be place in an existing conduit or a new conduit on the bridge. Bridge attachments are addressed in the WYDOT Utility Accommodation Regulation.

‘’’Aerial Highway Cross Section’’’

  • Low sag design clearance above the high point of the roadway;
  • Existing or proposed under-built facilities, including those by others; and
  • A cross section view of the highway right-of-way indicating the location of poles or support structures relative to the roadway centerline or right-of way lines.

‘’’Buried Highway Cross Section’’’

  • Cross section view of the highway right-of-way at the crossing, showing the depth of the proposed project relative to natural ground, roadway drainage ditch, and the roadway template;
  • If casing pipe is used, an indication by dimension where the casing will end; and
  • If heavy wall thickness pipe is used instead of casing pipe, an indication of where the heavy wall thickness pipe transitions back to normal thickness pipe. See Form M-54, p.2.

3-WY-d.4 to 3-WY-d.6 – Review Application

After WTYDOT District Office reviews the formal application, it will either approve the application, prepare a License Agreement setting forth additional criteria to be followed, or deny the application. If the WYDOT District Office approves the formal application, the authorization will be granted. If WYDOT denies the application the project cannot continue. WYDOT may deny the formal application under the following conditions:

3-WY-d.7 to 3-WY-d.9 – Does WYDOT Approve the Application Contingent Upon a License Agreement?

The WYDOT District Office may condition its approval of a formal application on the entering of a License Agreement between WYDOT and the developer. The WYDOT District Office will transmit all exhibits and information submitted by the developer, as well as specific stipulations required by the WYDOT District Office, to the WYDOT Utilities Section. The WYDOT Utilities Section will prepare the License Agreement upon receipt of the information. See the WYDOT Utility Accommodation Regulation Manual (http://www.dot.state.wy.us/files/live/sites/wydot/files/shared/Highway_Development/Utilities/WYDOT%20Utility%20Accommodation%20Regulations_Nov%202013.pdf).

3-WY-g.10 to 3-WY-g.12 – Transmit License Agreement to Developer for Execution

The WYDOT Utilities Section will transmit the License Agreement to the Developer. Upon complete execution of the License Agreement by the developer and the WYDOT District Office, the WYDOT District Office will issue the authorization for the developer to proceed with construction. See the WYDOT Utility Accommodation Regulation Manual (http://www.dot.state.wy.us/files/live/sites/wydot/files/shared/Highway_Development/Utilities/WYDOT%20Utility%20Accommodation%20Regulations_Nov%202013.pdf).

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