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11.04.05.00.htm 11.04.05.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 04 STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION Chapter 05 Commercial-Industrial or Subdivision Street Permits (All Entrance Permits Other than Residential) Authority: Transportation Article, §2-103(b)2) 8-202(b)2)i) 8-203(a) 8-204(b) (c) and, (i) 8-625, 8-626, 8-629, 8-630, and 8-646, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.04.05.01.htm 11.04.05.01. 01 Authority.. A. Authority. The Annotated Code of Maryland grants to the Administration certain regulatory authority, including the right to limit the width and location of existing access points, the requirement that a temporary or permanent entrance from any commercial or industrial property may not be made into any highway except in accordance with a permit issued by the Administration, and the requirement that permits must be acquired from the Administrati
11.04.05.02.htm 11.04.05.02. 02 Procedure for Obtaining an Entrance Permit.. A. An individual or corporation desiring to construct a commercial, industrial, or public street entrance connecting with a State highway shall make written application, transmitted by methods as determined acceptable by the Administration, to the appropriate office listed below. Applications shall be accompanied by the required engineering fee, if applicable, performance surety, ten copies of the detailed plans, and a ut
11.04.05.03.htm 11.04.05.03. 03 Entrance Standards and Specifications.. A. All work and materials shall conform to Administration specifications, standards, and addenda current at the time of the permit grant.B. All work is subject to Administration periodic inspection and final approval.. C. Entrance Location.. 1) The number and location of entrances which may be granted shall be based on usage, interior and exterior traffic patterns, and current design policy of the Administration.2) A maximum of two entra
11.04.05.04.htm 11.04.05.04. 04 Subdivisions, Street Location, and Alignment Requirements.. A. Definitions.. 1) Roads or streets leading through a subdivision or development and making connection with a State or principal highway will be known under these regulations as "nonpreference roads"2) State highways or principal roads will be known as "preference roads". B. Nonpreference roads leading into or intersecting preference roads are limited to a distance of 750 feet between center linC. The angle of intersect
11.04.05.05.htm 11.04.05.05. 05 Grade Requirements.. A. The gradients of intersecting streets should be as flat as possible on those sections that are to be used for storage space for stopped vehicles. Grades in excess of 2 percent may not be allowed on the landing grade (first 50 feet) of intersecting streets, unless otherwise approved by the Administration. This allows for a normal maximum grade break of 5 percent between the normal 2 percent preference road cross slope and the profile grade of t
11.04.05.06.htm 11.04.05.06. 06 General Information.. A. It is highly recommended that all tentative plans for commercial sites be reviewed with Administration representatives before the applicant develops his completed plans. However, the applicant shall furnish the Administration an authorization from the owner, or proof of ownership, before receiving information regarding State Highway Administration future highway plans. This is in accordance with Transportation Article, §8-322(b) Annotated Code
11.04.05.9999.htm 11.04.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: May 14, 1975 (2:10 Md. R. 757). Chapter recodified from COMAR 11.04.10 to 11.04.05. Regulations .01―04 amended effective September 3, 1990 (17:17 Md. R. 2082). Regulations .01A amended effective February 8, 2010 (37:3 Md. R. 176) February 1, 2016 (43:2 Md. R. 128)Regulations .02 amended effective February 8, 2010 (37:3 Md. R. 176). Regulation .02A, B, D amended effective December 18, 1995 (22:25 Md. R. 1962).
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