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Doug Raters, P.E. ODOT District 8 REA. PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN. PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN. Section 3200 Types of Title. PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN. Section 3200 Types of Title. PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN. Section 3200 Types of Title. PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN.

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    doug raters p e odot district 8 rea
    Doug Raters, P.E. ODOT District 8 REA

    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    Section 3200

    Types of Title

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    Section 3200

    Types of Title

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    Section 3200

    Types of Title

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.3 Construction Limits
      • Defines minimum R/W required.
      • Drawn +/- four feet beyond intersection of proposed back or fill slope and ex. ground line.
      • Will include removal of any item inside proposed limits; signs, parking areas, structures, trees, (may include root system outside right of way limits)
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.4 Establishing Right of Way Lines & Widths
      • “The State shall acquire rights of way of such nature and extent as they are adequate for the construction, operation, and maintenance of a project.”
      • Right of Way line, either permanent or temporary MUST encompass all construction limits.
      • Factors to consider before establishing final R/W lines:
    • Utilities
    • Drainage
    • Terrain
    • Maintenance of Traffic
    • Anticipated traffic volumes
    • Access
    • Land Use
    • Future Maintenance
    • Stage Construction Area
    • Real Estate Values
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    When right of way is acquired at the begin/end of a project, consider acquisition thru the entire parcel…..

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.5 Determining Types of Right of Way Parcel Takes
      • Fee vs. Standard Highway Easement consider:
        • Existing Right of Way Type of Title
        • Most beneficial to owner (ODOT or Property)
        • Property owner conflicts in the area
        • Type of development in the area:
          • Residential vs Commercial vs Industrial
        • Encroachments
        • Right of Way funding type (Federal/State/LPA)
        • Mood of property owners being effected
        • Ownership of PRO (present road occupied)
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.5.2 Cost effectiveness of Real Estate vs. Construction Design
        • Must have open communications between R/W Design & Roadway Design
        • Avoidance and proximity
        • High Impacts on Real Estate vs. Tailored Construction Design
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    68’

    48’

    53’

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    58’

    35’

    40’

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.6 Total Takes and/or Land Locked Parcels
        • In Step 6 (Major), Step 3 (Minor)
          • The design agency shall identify total take or landlocked parcels.
          • Residential or commercial structures
        • Excess Land
        • Protective buys/Hardship acquisition
        • Property Rights
    property rights
    Property Rights

    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.5.2 Establishing Right of Way Lines and Widths
      • Begin/End of
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • Encroachments and ADC Permit Plate No.
      • Check advertising devices for valid permits
      • Locate and show all encroachments within existing R/W
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    Encroachments

    ENCROACHMENTS

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.8 Access Control, Rules and Regulations
        • ODOT’s goal to manage highway system effectively, reduce congestion, improve safety, operation.
        • Access Management Manual
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.9 Drives- Commercial, Residential Etc.
        • Identify ALL existing drives/access points.
        • Review, evaluate drives to be relocated/closed.
        • Appropriate drive widths
        • Existing permits
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.10 Drainage
      • Some major items of concern are:
        • Open water course (ditches)
        • Channels
        • Storm sewers
        • Catch basins
        • Manholes
        • Culverts
        • Headwalls
        • Field tiles
        • Erosion control
        • Post construction storm water management
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN
    • 3106.11 Utility Conflicts and Relocation
    • 3106.12 Railroad Property
    • 3106.13 Adherence to Environment Document
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGNPost Construction Storm Water Management Plan

    An example of a non-structural BMP would be street sweeping.

    Structural BMPs include the following:

    • Vegetated Swales and Strips
    • Infiltration Basins
    • Infiltration Trenches
    • Extended Detention (dry ponds)
    • Retention Basins (wet ponds)
    • Constructed Wetlands
    • Bioretention Cells
    • Manufactured Systems
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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    3106.13

    Environmental Concerns - Adherence to Environmental Document

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    Environmental Concerns - Adherence to Environmental Document

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    PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY DESIGN

    Environmental Concerns - Adherence to Environmental Document

    avoid headaches
    Avoid Headaches!
    • If anything is unclear or there are issues or concerns, contact the District Real Estate Administrator early in the R/W design process.