Public Roads. All public roads and streets necessary for service of and access to the Property for the current or contemplated use thereof have been completed, are serviceable and all-weather and are physically and legally open for use by the public.
Public Roads. All public roads outside the Property that serve the Property are under the jurisdiction of the City or the State of South Carolina regarding access, construction, improvements and maintenance. Owners acknowledge that they must comply with all applicable statues, ordinances and rules and regulations of the City and the South Carolina Department of Transportation or its successor regarding access and use of such public roads. All roads within the Property identified on the Master Plan as public roads shall be maintained by the City. The City shall not be responsible for construction, improvements or maintenance of any additional public roads to serve the Property, unless set forth in this Agreement or it otherwise agrees. The recording of a final plat or plan subdividing a portion of the Property shall not constitute an offer to deed or dedicate any or all streets and rights of ways shown thereon to the City, or any other person or entity, nor as acceptance by the City of the dedication absent an express written agreement to do so. The Property shall be served by direct access to the existing roads, as more fully described in the General Development Plan and the Xxxxxxx’x Ferry Code. It is acknowledged that the present Master Plan and Master Plan for Infrastructure have been designed to accommodate the anticipated traffic requirements based upon the amount and type of development as set forth herein; in the event there are substantial changes increasing the total amount of anticipated traffic within the Property supplemental traffic analyses acceptable to the City must be provided no later than Master Plan or site specific plan approval, as determined as and when necessary by the City, and traffic mitigation, including but not limited to acceleration and deceleration lanes, intersection improvements, road widening and other improvements, may be required to be installed at the Developer or Developer Assignee’s expense to reach the desired density or commercial intensity. The improvements necessary to provide such traffic mitigation and otherwise enhance the function of Railroad Avenue and Center Street will be funded by the City in accordance with the Master Plan for Infrastructure.
Public Roads. Contractor shall be required to, maintain and repair all public roads utilized during construction including, but not limited to roads used by: concrete trucks, gravel trucks, and material delivery trucks. Contractor agrees to perform and be responsible for all duties and obligations of Owner in any Public Road Agreements, which relate to the construction of the Project and completion of the Work Contractor shall comply with all Applicable Laws, specifications, road agreements and the arquirements, and Contractor shall maintain the public roads and signage, including dust control as needed. Contractor shall comply (and cause any of its Subcontractors to comply) with all Applicable Laws regarding weight limits on public roads and access roads and Contractor shall be responsible for and shall indemnify and hold harmless Owner against any penalty or fine assessed for such noncompliance. Contractor shall repair and maintain the access roads and public roads on an ongoing basis to allow for consistent and uninterrupted vehicular traffic, including the delivery of Project components and public traffic. After completion of the proposed improvements, Contractor shall repair damage to the public roads and access roads to the satisfaction of the County and Owner at no additional costs. Contractor shall provide during construction alternative methods for public traffic to by-pass construction activities. Contractor acknowledges and agrees that the access roads may be used by other Persons performing work at the Site.
Public Roads. All public roads outside the Property that serve the Property are under the jurisdiction of the State of South Carolina or other governmental entities regarding access, construction, improvements and maintenance. Owner acknowledges that it must comply with all applicable state statues and rules and regulations of the South Carolina Department of Transportation or its successor regarding access and use of such public roads. Developer shall be responsible for construction of property access improvements as required by SCDOT in conjunction with access mitigation plans. Upon completion of construction of any such improvements within the SCDOT right of way, and acceptance by SCDOT, the SCDOT shall maintain all roadway improvements within the public road right of way.
Public Roads. (a) The Government when requested to do so by Notice from the Company, shall construct and maintain or cause to be constructed and maintained new public roads to the boundary of the Project to connect with specified townships and airstrips, or shall widen or otherwise improve existing roads, according to prevailing standards of the region and the terms of this Agreement.
Public Roads. All public roads outside the Property that serve the Property are under the jurisdiction of the State of South Carolina regarding access, construction, improvements and maintenance. Owner acknowledges that it must comply with all applicable state statues and rules and regulations of the South Carolina Department of Transportation or its successor regarding access and use of such public roads. Though future public roads may serve the Property, the Town shall not construct any roads within the PD Property. However, the Town shall accept the dedication of any private roads constructed within the PD Property as public roads only if such roads are constructed to satisfy the requirements of Charleston County (collectively, “New Dedicated Roads”). Owner or Developer shall pay all inspection expenses to verify that the New Dedicated Roads satisfy Charleston County’s requirements. Maintenance for New Dedicated Roads, whether dedicated to the Town or other governmental authority, may be funded through an ad valorem tax applied Town-wide, or such other mechanism as may selected by the Town that is applied Town-wide. The parties agree that the Town may in its discretion transfer ownership and/or maintenance responsibility for New Dedicated Roads to Charleston County or to the South Carolina Department of Transportation, in the event the County or the State agrees to accept same.
Public Roads a. Operator agrees to apply for and obtain access permits for its oil and gas facilities from the Public Works and Development Department. Requirements for the access permit may include the following: a) access location providing for a safe entrance/exit and utilization of main roadways to minimize impact /conflict with residents on local roadways; b) haul route and traffic data; c) pre/post inspection of roadways used by the Operator; d) collateral or bond to insure that road damage caused by the Operator is repaired; e) dust control (material used for dust control must be pre-approved by the County); f) road maintenance agreement during drilling phase; and g) payment of all applicable filing fees. Operator also agrees to exercise reasonable efforts to minimize heavy truck traffic on local roads within residential neighborhoods between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. and further agrees to work with the applicable school district(s) to minimize traffic conflicts with school buses.