Scdot policy accommodating utilities assistance

Scdot policy accommodating utilities assistance

Also any new poleIf a developer submits a

An interested party is required to file a notice of appeal in the South Carolina Appellate Court and serve the notice upon the agency and all parties of the record. An Encroachment Permit is not required for normal maintenance such as the replacement of existing poles, cables, pedestals, and markers. However, if it is anticipated that there will be an interference with the normal flow of vehicular traffic on or along the highway or when replacing an existing pole, a permit will be required.

However, if a maintenance activity will interfere with the normal traffic flow or the maintenance activities require relocation of the existing utility. Also, any new pole installations are not exempted and require an Encroachment Permit. If a developer submits a hard copy of the Application they must submit two original copies of the Application, all supporting documentation and five copies of accompanying sketches.

However if a maintenance activityAn interested party is required