TxDOT access Management standards
Section 4: Driveway Permits, Design, and MaterialsAnchor: #i1001866
Physical obstructions and influence on traffic caused by the presence and use of access driveways to property along the highways make it necessary that they be controlled for the safe movement of normal highway traffic. This section describes the Department's criteria for the construction and maintenance of private, public, and commercial driveways. The purpose is to accomplish a coordinated development between the highway and the abutting property which it serves. It is essential that entrances or exits of adequate design be provided for abutting properties, especially commercial properties, in order that ingress and egress may be made as safe as possible to the traveling public, and to those who patronize the roadside commercial establishments.Anchor: #i1001895
To obtain a permit to construct a driveway or to revise any existing driveway, the applicant should contact the local District TxDOT office. The applicant shall complete and submit to TxDOT a Form 1058, Permit to Construct Access Driveway Facilities on Highway Right of Way, which must include a description of the proposed work, the applicant's name, mailing address, telephone number and location of the proposed driveway. Applications for permits shall be made by the property owner or their authorized representative, who shall represent all parties in interest. Applications for permits shall be made only for the bona fide purpose of securing or changing access to the owner's property, but not for the purpose of parking or servicing vehicles on state highway rights of way.
No construction work on the driveway shall be undertaken on the right of way until a fully executed driveway permit has been received by the applicant and the applicant has given 24-hour notification to TxDOT.
A driveway must be constructed in accordance with a fully executed driveway permit and all applicable regulations. A TxDOT inspector will review the driveway construction to determine if it is acceptable or if modifications are needed. A driveway will be considered an authorized permitted driveway installation only after construction has been completed and the construction has been determined to be satisfactory to TxDOT.
Where a local public agency has been granted access driveway permitting authority to state highways, the granting of permit authority does not preclude the need for properly engineering access driveways. Any impacts to drainage on the state highway system resulting from installation of access driveways must be coordinated with and approved by TxDOT prior to any local approval. Consideration also needs to be given to driveway geometrics, utility location or relocation, environmental requirements, wetlands considerations (if appropriate) and the need to follow all applicable state and federal laws, rules and regulations, including compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS).Anchor: #i1001942
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