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Roads in the Grounds of State Institutions [24 VAC 30 ‑ 490]
 
Review 619
 
Periodic Review of this Chapter
Includes a Small Business Impact Review
Date Filed: 3/30/2001
Review Announcement
Pursuant to Executive Order Number 25 (98), the Virginia Department of Transportation has scheduled the regulation listed below for review. VDOT will conduct this review to determine whether the regulation should be terminated, amended, or retained as written. If any changes are deemed necessary, VDOT will file the appropriate documentation as required to comply with applicable statute or other directives.

VDOT seeks public comment regarding the following question: Does the regulation meet the following goals?

1. To protect the public's health, safety, and welfare with the least possible intrusiveness to the citizens and businesses of the Commonwealth.

2. Is the regulation written clearly and understandably?

Regulation Title: Roads in the Grounds of State Institutions
Subject: This regulation establishes the minimum design standards that roads within the grounds of state institutions must meet to be included in the Primary System.
APA Exemption: § 9-6.14:4.1 B 3
VAC Number: 24 VAC 30-490-10 et seq.


Contact: Carl F. Sheets, Transportation Engineer
Va. Dept. of Transportation – Traffic Engineering Division
1401 E. Broad St. – 11th floor
Richmond , VA 23219
Phone #: 804-786-2811
Fax #: 804-225-3761
E-mail: sheets_cf@vdot.state.va.us



Comments may be submitted from – March 30, 2001 – April 21, 2001, to the contact referenced above.

Publication Information and Public Comment Period
Published in the Virginia Register on 3/30/2001
Comment Period begins on the publication date and ends on 4/21/2001

Comments Received: 0

Review Result
Retain the regulation with no changes
pdf TH-07 Periodic Review Report of Findings   (6/25/2001)
Attorney General Certification
Prior to early 2014, AG periodic review certifications were done off-line