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Proposed Highway Division Rules

These proposed rule changes are open for public comment. Please send your written comments to the ODOT Rules Coordinator.

Removing Personal Property from Illegal Camping on State Highway Rights of Way

The Department of Transportation may remove personal property that is left on state highway rights of way. This rule amendment clarifies the procedures outlined in OAR 734-035-0010 and 734-035-0040 pertaining to the removal of personal property specifically from camping on state highway rights of way that are not closed to public entry under OAR 734-035-0200.

Proposed Rule Text          Notice Forms

Rules to be amended: 734-035-0010, 734-035-0040
Last date for public comment: October 21, 2014
Anticipated approval date: November 21, 2014

Designation and Posting of Department Real Property as Closed to Public Entry

This rule addresses ongoing risks to personal and public safety, infrastructure, and natural resources. It will enable ODOT to safeguard designated areas outside of the travel surface, shoulders, and ditches of state highways against unauthorized public access, provide clarity and direction to ODOT staff, remedy existing unsanitary or unsafe conditions, and facilitate ODOT and contractor access to perform work to construct, operate and maintain the State of Oregon’s transportation infrastructure.

Proposed Rule Text          Notice Forms

Rules to be amended: 734-035-0200
Last date for public comment: October 21, 2014
Anticipated approval date: November 21, 2014

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Recently Closed Highway Division Rules

These proposals are no longer open for public comment. The Oregon Transportation Commission will consider approval of these rule changes at its next meeting.

There are no recently closed Highway Division rules at this time.

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Recently Adopted Highway Division Rules

These rule changes were adopted approximately within the last six months.

Removing Personal Property from Illegal Campsites on State Highway Rights of Way

This temporary rule amendment clarifies that the procedure outlined in OAR 734-035-0010 through 734-035-0040 pertains to the removal of personal property specifically from illegal campsites that come to be located on state highway property that is not closed to public entry under OAR 734-035-0200.

Final Rule Text         Filing Certificate

Rule amended: 734-035-0010
Date filed: June 25, 2014
Effective: June 25, 2014 through December 21, 2014

Designation and Posting of Department Real Property as Closed to Public Entry

This temporary rule is intended to enable ODOT to safeguard designated areas outside of the travel surface, shoulders, and ditches of state highways against unauthorized public access, provide clarity and direction to ODOT staff, remedy existing unsanitary or unsafe conditions, and facilitate ODOT and contractor access to perform work to construct, operate and maintain the State of Oregon’s transportation infrastructure.

 
Rule adopted: 734-035-0200
Refiled to correct errors: August 20, 2014
Effective: August 20, 2014 through December 21, 2014
 

Highway Approach Permitting, Access Control, and Access Management Standards

These rule revisions implement Chapter 476, OL 2013 and correct errors, update references, and improve clarity of meaning. These permanent rules replace temporary rules that went into effect January 1, 2014.

Final Rule Text          Filing Certificate

Rules adopted: 734-051-1065, 734-051-3015
Rules amended: 734-051-1030, 734-051-1040, 734-051-1070, 734-051- 2010, 734-051-2020, 734-051-3010, 734-051-3020, 734-051-3040, 734-051-3050, 734-051-3060, 734-051-3070, 734-051-4020, 734-051-5060, 734-051-5120, 734-051-7010
Rules repealed: 734-051-8010(T), 734-051-8015(T), 734-051-8020(T), 734-051-8025(T), 734-051- 8030(T)
Date filed: June 25, 2014
Effective date: June 30, 2014

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Published Highway Division Rules

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