Access Management Manual TxDOT
Section 1: Application of Access Standards
This chapter describes the Department's access
management standards for access connections on the state highway
system. The standards in the following sections are designed to
preserve highway safety and to assure that each highway's importance
to statewide mobility will be considered when evaluating requests
for access to a roadway under the jurisdiction of TxDOT. The number, location,
spacing, design, and construction of access connections have a direct
and often significant effect on the safety and operation of the
highway. The standards are necessary to enable the highway to continue
to function efficiently and safely in the future, while at the same
time providing reasonable access to development. To the extent any
provision in this chapter conflicts with 43 Texas Administrative
Code, Chapter 11, Subchapter C Access Connections To State Highways,
the rules in Subchapter C shall control.
The access management standards in the following sections
are intended for application to state highways where municipalities
have not been granted location permitting authority (as described
in Chapter 3, Section 1).
In areas where local access management guidelines or plans
are not in place, municipalities, prior to the approval of new developments,
should contact TxDOT with respect to any state highway access that
will be provided. This will enable the Department to identify any
problems with the proposed access and to suggest alternatives. Early
state and local coordination will also help reduce unnecessary delays
in the access permitting process.
Median treatments and other design of median openings play
a critical role in the operation and safety of roadways. These design
requirements are not addressed in this manual. Median design and
minimum median opening spacing requirements can be found in the
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