Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13b-17-1 - Purpose and applicability

These regulations are intended to provide control of Bureau of Highways' right of way on the State highway system for use other than movement of vehicles, loads and pedestrians by others than the Department of Transportation; to prevent unsafe and hazardous conditions, annoying interruptions to traffic, and interference with future highway needs; and, to insure compliance with Federal laws, State statutes and other State policies, procedures and regulations.

Where these regulations do not specify definite requirements, standards or specifications, the following current publications may be used by the Commissioner as guides for approval; DOT geometric highway design standards; DOT Drainage Manual; DOT Construction Manual; Connecticut General Statutes; Connecticut State Regulations; DOT Standard Specifications for Roads, Bridges and Incidental Construction; DOT Handbook of Safe Practices; DOT Policy on the Accommodation of Utilities on Highway Rights of Way; Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

No work shall be performed within the State's right of way until a permit has been issued, except as provided in Section 13b-17-24 -Emergency Permits.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13b-17-1
Effective August 27, 1992

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