Expense of relocating municipal facilities payable by department
- • exceptions
(1) When location, construction, relocation, reconstruction, maintenance or repair of a state highway requires relocation of any facilities placed or maintained in or on a public right of way by any municipal corporation, or a district or authority established under ORS chapter 264, 450, 451, 523 or 545, the Department of Transportation shall pay the municipal corporation, district or authority whose facilities are so required to be relocated the reasonable expenses of relocation, less any benefits and salvage of the relocation.
(2) Subsection (1) of this section shall not apply to:
(a) Facilities located in or on the right of way of a state highway under permits issued by the department upon the condition that the permittee would bear the cost of any relocation; or
(b) Facilities located in or on the right of way of a state highway where the municipal corporation, district or authority established under ORS chapter 264, 450, 451 or 545, has placed such facilities in or on the right of way of the state highway without a permit from the Oregon Transportation Commission or has refused to execute a permit as required by law or commission regulations. However, this paragraph shall not apply where such municipal corporation, district or authority has located facilities in or on the right of way of a city street or county road with the permission of the governing body of such city or county before such city street or county road was selected and designated a state highway by the Department of Transportation pursuant to ORS 366.290 (Adding to or removing roads from state highway system) or 373.010 (Routing and marking state highways through cities). [1967 c.272 §1; 1975 c.587 §1; 1975 c.782 §51a]
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