State rights-of-way definition

State rights-of-way or “ROW” means the area on, below, or above or across public roads, causeways, highways, bridges in the State which have been or may hereafter be constructed, acquired, or accepted by the Department. The term does not include any public roads, causeways, highways and bridges that are considered a controlled access facility as defined in § 172 of this title.
State rights-of-way or “ROW” means the area on, below, or above or across public roads, causeways,

Examples of State rights-of-way in a sentence

Organic Material shall not be buried in State rights-of-way or in an approved Disposal Area.

Texas Department of Transportation permit for Work in State rights-of-way.

It authorizes a public utility to place its facilities within State rights-of-way without any vested interest therein (under the provisions of Title 17 of the Delaware Code).

Attention is directed to the fact that work will be going on in County, City and State rights-of-way.

Required street landscaping may be placed within Washington State rights-of-way subject to permission of the Washington State Department of Transportation.

The utility submits three Master Franchise forms for each County where they own facilities in the State rights-of-way.

This agreement may also be used for privately or individually owned facilities to be located on State rights-of-way.Utility Construction Permit - A Utility Construction Permit authorizes a utility to construct, maintain, or repair a utility facility within State rights-of-way.

The State of Alaska DOT&PF has sole discretion to grant permits for utility work within State rights-of-way.

A public utility must submit a franchise application for each County where its facilities are located within the State rights-of-way.

The United States shall grant to the State rights-of-way substantially similar in form to Attachment B.

Related to State rights-of-way

Land means the land described in Exhibit A.
Deed Restrictions means the deed restrictions to be recorded with respect to the Land, which deed restrictions shall be subject to the Director's approval and shall be commensurate with the nature and purpose of the Land as stated in the Recipient's application for grant funds under Revised Code Sections 164.20 through 164.27. The Deed Restrictions shall be perpetual and shall not be amended, released, extinguished or otherwise modified without the prior written approval of the Director, in the Director's sole discretion, who shall have full enforcement authority, as set forth more specifically in Section IX of this Agreement.
boundary in relation to a land unit means one or more of the cadastral lines separating the land unit from another land unit or from a road reserve;
Lands means the purchase of real property or interest in real property.
Copyright and Similar Rights means copyright and/or similar rights closely related to copyright including, without limitation, performance, broadcast, sound recording, and Sui Generis Database Rights, without regard to how the rights are labeled or categorized. For purposes of this Public License, the rights specified in Section 2(b)(1)-(2) are not Copyright and Similar Rights.