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RAPID/BulkTransmission/Alabama/Land Access +Any person may need an Occupancy and Use Permit Agreement to construct a utility facility within, over, or across a state highway right-of-way. [[Alabama – Alabama Department of Transportation Utility Manual]]  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Alaska/Land Access +Any person may need Public Facilities Encroachment Permit to construct, maintain or change an encroachment in or on a highway right-of-way. [[Title 19 Alaska Statutes Chapter 5 - Administration|Alaska Stat. § 19.25.200(a)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Arizona/Land Access +Any person or entity may need an Encroachment Permit to encroach on a state highway right-of-way. [[AAC R17-3-500 Highway Encroachments and Permits | AAC R17-3-502(A)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Arkansas/Land Access +A public utility may need a State Highway Right-of-Way Permit when a project encroaches “within the right-of-way of state highways.” [[Arkansas – ARK. CODE ANN. §§ 27-67 et seq., State Highway System| Ark. Code Ann. §27-67-304(a)]]  +, [[Arkansas – ARK. CODE ANN. §§ 27-67 et seq., State Highway System| Ark. Code Ann. §27-67-304(a)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/California/Land Access +Any person may need an Encroachment Permit for all activities related to the placement of encroachments within, under, or over state highway rights-of-way. [[Cal. Sts. & High. Code § 670(a) | Cal. Sts. & High. Code § 670(a)(2)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Colorado/Land Access +Any person may need a State Highway Access Permit to “construct, relocate, close, or modify project access(es) to a state highway or when there are changes in use of such access point(s).” [[Code of Colorado Regulations 2 CCR 601-1, State Highway Access Code|2 CCR 601-1 §2.3(3)(a), State Highway Access Code]]. Alternatively, a utility may need a Utility-Special Use Permit in order to perform any utility accommodation work in a state highway right-of-way. A utility is defined as “any privately, publicly or cooperatively owned line, facility, or system for producing, transmitting, or distributing…electricity…”. [[Colorado Code of Regulations 2 CCR 601-18, State Utility Accommodation Code| 2 CCR 601-18 §2.2.1.1, State Utility Code]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Connecticut/Land Access +Any person or public utility may need an Encroachment Permit to use a state highway right-of-way. [[Connecticut – Conn. Agencies Regs. §§ 13b-17 et seq., Encroachment Permit Regulations|Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13b-17-3]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Delaware/Land Access +Any public utility may need a Utility Construction Permit to construct a facility in a state highway right-of-way. [[Delaware – Del. Admin. Code tit. 2 §§ 2400 et seq., Division of Transportation Solutions|Del. Admin. Code tit. 2 § 2401 (4.4.1)]]. Any person that is not a public utility may need a Use and Occupancy Agreement before applying for and being granted a Utility Construction Permit. [[Delaware – Del. Admin. Code tit. 2 §§ 2400 et seq., Division of Transportation Solutions|Del. Admin. Code tit. 2 § 2401 (4.4.3)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Florida/Land Access +Utilities may need a Utility Permit to construct, alter, operate, relocate, remove, or maintain a utility within the right-of-way of a public road or publicly owned rail corridor. A “utility” includes “all active, deactivated or out-of-service electric transmission lines…and pole lines…owned by the Utility.” [[Florida - Fla. Code. Ann. § 14-46.001 (2017)|Fla. Code. Ann. § 14-46.001]]  +, [[Florida - Department of Transportation Utility Accommodation Manual | FDOT, Utility Accommodation Manual (2017) § 1.2]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Georgia/Land Access +A public utility may need a Utility Encroachment Permit for any project that encroaches on, uses, or occupies any part of a state highway-right-of-way. [[Georgia Department of Transportation Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards|Georgia Department of Transportation Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards, at 3-1 – 3-2]]. A public utility is defined as “any privately, publicly or cooperatively owned line, facility, or system for producing, transmitting or distributing…power, [or] electricity…” [[Georgia Department of Transportation Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards|Georgia Department of Transportation Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards, at 1-17]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Hawaii/Land Access +Any installation of a utility facility within a highway right-of-way may need a Use and Occupancy Permit. A utility facility is defined as “all privately, publicly or cooperatively owned lines…for producing, transmitting or distributing…power, electricity…” [[H.A.R. 19-105 - Accommodation and Installation of Utilities on State Highways and Federal Aid County Highways | H.A.R. 19-105-5]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Idaho/Land Access +Any person may need a State Highway Encroachment Permit for any project that encroaches on or uses a state highway right-of-way. [[Idaho - IDAPA 39.03.42 - Encroachment on State Highway Rights-of-Way | IDAPA 39.03.42]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Illinois/Land Access +Public utilities may need a Utility Permit to place or construct any pole or wire upon or along a state highway right-of-way. [[Illinois – 605 I.L.C.S. §§ 9-101 et seq., General Highway Provisions | 606 I.C.S §9-113]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Indiana/Land Access +Utilities may need a Highway Right-of-Way Permit to occupy a state highway right-of-way. A utility is defined as the owner of a facility. A facility is defined as “any privately, municipally, publicly or cooperatively owned systems for supplying…power, light, heat, electricity…directly or indirectly to the public.” [[Indiana – Department of Transportation – Utility Accommodation Policy|INDOT Utility Accommodation Policy]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Iowa/Land Access +Utilities may need a Utility Accommodation Permit before placing utility facilities “…in, on, above or below the primary highway right-of-way  +, attaching utility facilities to a primary highway structure  +, or adjusting existing utility facilities occupying the right-of-way.” [[Iowa – Iowa Admin. Code §§ 761.115 et seq., Utility Accommodation | I.A.C. § 761.115.4]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Kansas/Land Access +Utilities may need a Use of Highway Right-of-Way or a State Utility Permit to install, relocate, remove, or maintain a project along, over, or under any state highway right-of-way.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Kentucky/Land Access +Any person may need a Highway Encroachment Permit to encroach on or over any part of a state highway right-of-way.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Louisiana/Land Access +Any person may need a State Highway Right-of-Way Utility Permit to use and occupy a state highway right-of-way for the purpose of building underground or overhead cables and pipes. [[Louisiana – La. Stat. Ann. §§ 48:381 et seq., Utilities and Facilities|La. Stat. Ann. § 48:381(A)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Maine/Land Access +Utilities may need a State Highway Utility Location Permit to construct facilities upon and along state highways. A utility may also need a State Highway Opening Permit for “intentional displacement of earth, rock, or pavement surface within the limits of the Highway.” [[Maine – 17-229-210 Me. Code R. et seq., Maine Department of Transportation – Utility Accommodation Rules|17-229-210 Me. Code R. § (6)(1)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Maryland/Land Access +Any person may need a Utility Permit for construction activity on, under, over, or near a state highway right-of-way. [[Maryland – MD. Code Regs. 11.04.05, Commercial-Industrial or Subdivision Street Permits (2017)|MD. Code Regs. 11.04.05.06.A (2017)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Massachusetts/Land Access +Public utilities may need a Permit to Access a State Highway to construct wires or poles within a state highway right-of-way. [[Massachusetts – Mass. Gen. Laws ch.81, §7D]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Michigan/Land Access +Utilities may need a Right-of-Way Construction Permit before entering or constructing in a state highway right-of-way. [[Michigan – Act 368 of 1925 – Highway Obstructions and Encroachments, Use of Highway by Public Utilities|MCL § 247.183]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Minnesota/Land Access +Any person may need a Utility Accommodation Permit to construct electric transmission lines across or along any trunk highway. [[Minnesota – Minn. Stat. §§161 et seq., Trunk Highways | Minn. Stat. § 161]]  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Mississippi/Land Access +Utilities may need State Highway Right-of-Way Encroachment Permit to place utility lines upon state highway rights-of-ways and abutting properties. [[37- 04002 Miss. Code. R. § 100-2018 et seq., Maintenance, Right of Way Encroachment Permits|37-04002 Miss. Code. R. §1100]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Missouri/Land Access +Any person may need a Right-of-Way Construction Permit for any work performed in a highway right-of-way and where the roadway, shoulders, or right of way will be affected by the work. [[Missouri Department of Transportation § 643.3, Policy, Standards and Regulations|§ 643.3.3]].  +