FDOT has the authority, “jurisdiction and control. impose and apply appropriate rules or rules with regard to the placement and maintenance of public road or rail corridors under their respective jurisdictions. All structures called utilities. [[Florida] Fla. Stat. § 337.401 et seq., Contracting, Acquisition, Disposal and Use of Property FDOT is responsible for coordinating the “planning of a safe, viable and balanced public transport system for all regions of the State and ensuring the compatibility of all elements”, as well as the power to grant the use of priority rights to a public service. § 334.044 (1); § 337.401 (2). Before applying for authorization from a distribution company, the developer must first obtain an Environmental Protection Transmission Certification (“FDEP” in Florida) in order to install or adapt a distribution company under the FDOT priority right. FDOT, Utility Accommodation Manual § 2.5. For more information, see: The developer must meet all the conditions of the supply authorization and is subject to all the requirements at the beginning of the approved work.
FDOT, Utility Accommodation Manual § 2.9. The proponent must inform all owners of other establishments in work areas known to be concerned or potentially affected by the proposed work, in notifications of the location and extent of the work. In addition, they must make it known that all objections must be addressed in writing to the local maintenance engineer within ten (10) working days from the date of receipt of the notification. FDOT, Utility Accommodation Manual § 2.8. Amend Florida Department of Transportation State Utilities Engineer 850-414-4379 thomasabbazabbabane@dotabbazabbastateabbazabbaflabbazabbaus visit site If there is no application, FDOT notifies the developer of errors or omissions and requests additional information. § 120.60. An application is considered complete if “all the requested information has been received and has not been the subject of errors or omissions for which the applicant has been informed in good time or when the notification period has expired” and must be approved or rejected by written notification, in person, by post or online, via the OSP portal within 90 days of receipt of a completed application. § 120.60 (1). A developer must submit a complete application for authorization from a utility company (“application”) through the “One Window” (PSO) site. However, if the developer does not have access to the site that restricts permission or if the location of the utility is not included on the PSO website, the developer must submit a printed copy of the application to FDOT.