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Accompanied by plans and a Pole Relocation Summary Sheet.

Templates The links below provide access to the most up-to-date versions of the document templates, to be used by consultants providing utility coordination services to the Utility Section of the NHDOT.

Cover letter sent to Federal Highway Administration accompanying an unexecuted agreement (force account, supplemental, or amendment) for approval. Also, this letter is only used when unforeseen circumstances require special authorization in order for the utility work to proceed.

Accordingly, this rule has been developed pursuant to the following state and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies: (a) Utah Code, Title 54, Public Utilities, Section 54-3-29; (b) American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) publications, A Guide for Accommodating Utilities within Highway Right of Way and A Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities within Freeway Right of Way; and (c) AASHTO publications, Roadside Design Guide and A Policy on Geometric -Design of Highways and Streets.

(2) This rule incorporates by reference 23 CFR Section 645, Subpart B, (November 22, 2000).

(4) "AASHTO" is the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

(5) "Backfill" means the replacement of soil removed during construction.

(8) "Carrier" means a pipe directly enclosing a transmitted fluid (liquid, gas, or slurry).

(9) "Casing" is a larger pipe, conduit, or duct enclosing a carrier.

NOTE TO RULEFILING AGENCIES: Use the RTF version for submitting rule changes.

Download the RTF file (1) The purpose of this rule is to: (a) maximize public safety; (b) provide for efficient highway operations and maintenance of roadways: (c) maximize aesthetic quality; (d) minimize future conflicts between the highway system and utility companies serving the general public; and (e) ensure that use and occupancy by utility companies do not impair or increase the cost of future highway construction, expansion, or maintenance or interfere with any right of way reserved for these purposes.

There may be some crossings at grade and some private driveway connections.

(3) "Administrative citation" is a letter from UDOT to a utility company citing one or more non-compliance items and proper redress requirements such as action on the appropriate bond, revocation of permit, and revocation of a license agreement.

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