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Title: Installation of Utilities and/or Miscellaneous Work on State Rail Bank Property
Alternate Title:
Description: Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT)
Subject: Roads and Highways
Creation Date: 6/29/2018 2:10:26 PM
Modification Date: 7/9/2019 8:03:34 AM
Agency Name: Transportation (MnDOT), Minnesota Department of
Agency URL: http://www.dot.state.mn.us
Agency Description: The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) provides a balanced transportation system. Responsible areas include aeronautics, highways, motor carriers, ports, public transit, railroads and pipelines.
Agency Phone: 800-657-3774
800-627-3529
Agency Fax: Agency URL: http://www.dot.state.mn.us
Agency Address: Transportation (MnDOT), Minnesota Department of
395 John Ireland Blvd.

St. Paul
MN 55155-1899

Unit Name: Utility Agreements and Permits Unit
Unit URL:
Unit Description:
Unit Phone: 651-366-4668
651-366-5000
Unit Fax: Contact person(s): Unit URL:
Unit Address:
395 John Ireland Blvd., Mail Stop 678

St. Paul
MN 55155-1899

Audience: Application URL: https://dotapp7.dot.state.mn.us/OLPA
Renewal URL:
Versa URL:
Requirements:


Review:

Utility Agreements & Permits

Application for Rail Bank Access (PDF)

Application for Utility Installation on Rail Bank (PDF)


Rules:
Statutes: 160.2715
169.04
169.222

Forms:

Application for Rail Bank Access (PDF)
Use this form for all requests for access on rail bank right of way; a lease agreement and fee also applies.

Application for Utility Installation on Rail Bank (PDF) Use this form for all utility installations or other objects on, along, or across rail bank right of way; a lease agreement may apply, and a fee will apply.

Utility Surety Bond Form – Individual (PDF)
Use this form for work on an individual project

Utility Surety Bond Form – Continuing (PDF)
Use this form to establish an ongoing bond on file that covers all utility permits by a single company.

Continuing Bond Report (PDF)
A list of utility owners and contractors that carry a continuing bond to cover their utility work within MnDOT right of way.

Permits are processed in the district offices. Refer to Utility Agreements and Permits Contacts 


Fees:
Period of Issuance:
Length of Determination:
Other Info:
Activity: Utilities
Roads and Highways
License Detail URL:

Utility Agreements and Utility Permits

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