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Tags: highway development

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January 1, 2016

Description

Guidelines developers or contractors must follow when considering seismic exploration on or near a provincial highway.


Views: 622
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September 1, 2013

Description

Application for any work related to construction and/or modification of existing and planned electrical transmission/distribution lines paralleling or crossing provincial highways under the jurisdiction of Alberta Transportation must be submitted to the appropriate Regional Office.


Views: 701
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September 1, 2013

Description

Applications for any work related to construction and/or modification of existing and planned water/sewer lines paralleling or crossing provincial highways under the jurisdiction of Alberta Transportation must be submitted to the appropriate Regional Office.


Views: 433
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June 1, 2012

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Applications for telecommunication lines paralleling and/or crossing highways under the jurisdiction of Alberta Transportation must be submitted to the appropriate Regional Office.


Views: 833
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February 1, 2010

Description

Applications for the crossing of highways under the jurisdiction of Alberta Transportation by oil and/or gas pipelines must be submitted to the appropriate Regional Office.


Views: 40
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January 1, 2010

Description

Alberta Transportation manages where highway accesses are located and their design. A permit is required for new accesses and when there is a proposal to increase traffic at an access.


Views: 489
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October 10, 2007

Description

Alberta Transportation policy requires that municipalities, through the developers, fund improvements to highway connections required as a result of increased traffic caused by subdivision and development.


Views: 473
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March 1, 2005

Description

Guidelines to assist qualified engineers in completing a traffic impact assessment report on behalf of a developer or municipality.