Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-3 - Minimum Criteria for Services

Current through March 4, 2022

The minimum criteria by which gas, food, lodging and camping establishments may qualify for participation in specific information signing for travel services within highway right-of-way is as follows:

(a) All

Shall give written assurance of conformity with all applicable laws concerning the provision of public services without regard to race, color, religious creed, age, marital status, national origin, sex, intellectual or physical disability including but not limited to blindness, and shall not be in breach of that assurance.

(b) Gas
(1) Shall be located not more than 1 mile from the ramp terminus;
(2) Shall provide a public rest room, including a sink, running water and a flush toilet;
(3) Shall be in continuous operation at least 16 consecutive hours, 7 days per week, year-round; and
(4) Shall provide a phone for public use.
(c) Food
(1) Shall be located not more than 2 miles from the ramp terminus;
(2) Shall display a valid permit from the appropriate public agency, as required by law;
(3) Shall be in operation for at least 8 hours daily. The business shall serve in an indoor setting a minimum of two meals per day at least 6 days per week, year-round;
(4) Shall provide a phone for public use; and
(5) Shall provide a public rest room, including a sink, running water and a flush toilet.
(d) Lodging
(1) Shall be located not more than 3 miles from the ramp terminus;
(2) Shall possess a valid permit from the appropriate public agency, as required by law;
(3) Shall have adequate sleeping accommodations for rent consisting of a minimum of 10 units, each including bathroom and sleeping room;
(4) Shall provide free off-street passenger vehicle parking space for each lodging unit for rent;
(5) Shall be in continuous 24-hour operation, 7 days per week, year-round; and
(6) Shall provide a phone for public use.
(e) Camping
(1) Shall be located not more than 10 miles from the ramp terminus via a paved road;
(2) Shall possess a valid license from the appropriate public agency, as required by law;
(3) Shall have adequate parking and camping accommodations for at least 30 vehicles;
(4) Shall have modern sanitary facilities and drinking water; and
(5) Shall be in continuous 24-hour operation, 7 days per week, except that overnight camping facilities may be closed to the public for not more than 180 consecutive days between November 1 and the following May 1.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-3
Effective October 24, 1984; Amended March 8, 2004; Amended August 2, 2013

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