Roadside Development Permits
TYPICAL PLANS FOR ROADSIDE DEVELOPMENT
What is a typical plan?
These are the types of plans the Ministry would see on an ongoing basis. This should help you determine what type of permit application you will need to fill out and submit to us.
Examples provided here:
SIGHT TRIANGLE at an intersection, formed by the two roads or rights-of-way and a third line, must be kept clear of obstructions such as hedges so that people in one road can see cars approaching on the other. The minimum seperation from the centreline of the intersecting roadway to an approach centreline is 90 m on the through highway.
SETBACK of objects along a provincial highway are put in place for various reasons: