Utility companies are seeking to locate communications facilities and evolving wireless communication technology and its infrastructure in state right-of-way.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP LRD 81: Legal Issues Concerning the Use of Transportation Facilities to Generate Revenue for State DOTs summarizes and provides a legal analysis of the legal issues related to a state DOT’s obligation to provide access to the state right-of-way for communication utilities, and a DOT’s options to generate revenue from such access.
Table of Contents
|NCHRP LRD 81: Legal Issues Concerning the Use of Transportation Facilities to Generate Revenue for State DOTs||1-1|
|II. LEGAL ISSUES RELATED TO PROVIDING COMMUNICATIONS UTILITIES ACCESS TO THE STATE RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND GENERATING REVENUE FROM SUCH USE||4-15|
|III. STAKEHOLDER SURVEY: PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES TO GENERATE REVENUE FOR STATE DOTS AND TOLLING AUTHORITIES||16-30|
|IV. STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS: RECOMMENDATIONS, BEST PRACTICES, AND IMPLEMENTATION EXPERIENCES||31-38|
|APPENDIX A: SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE||41-47|
|APPENDIX B: SURVEY RESULTS AND DISCUSSION||48-67|
|APPENDIX C: FOLLOW-UP INTERVIEW GUIDE||68-68|
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