A guide for accommodating utilities within highway right of way
• No underground facility should be permitted within the highway right-of-way unless the facility operator subscribes to the services of a "call-before-you dig" system serving two or more utilities in the area.
The method used to locate and mark the exact location of the line shall be in accordance with the transportation agency's utility accommodation policy.
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Where the laws or orders of public authority, industry, or governmental codes, or transportation agencies prescribe a higher degree of protection than provided by these guidelines, the higher degree of protection shall prevail.
Thomas Illinois Michael Hine Indiana Jef FClanton, RE. • Electric power and communication cables, gas lines, water lines, and sewer lines should be separated from one another as required by appropriate codes and ordinances.
Separation of the utilities from highway facilities or other utilities may require the acquisition of additional property by the utility company.
Simmons District of Columbia Zahra Dorriz Allen Miller Kathleen Penney State Members Florida Brian A. Preferably, the markers should be located at the right-of-way line if that location will provide adequate warning.
Markers should be installed in such a manner as to not interfere with highway safety and maintenance operations.