Why Right-of-Way Surveys Are Conducted

Right-of-Way (ROW) surveys determine the limits of certain easements and public property, typically owned or controlled by an entity or an agency.  Such surveys are usually performed in connection with roadways, railways, pipelines, electric transmission lines, and other routes necessary for the common good.  For instance, most roadways which run through or near a property, exist within publicly owned and / or maintained right-of-ways.  These type of surveys are usually performed to determine the limits of the roadway, as well as the limits of this ownership on either side of the road or street, and can be used  as an integral part of a roadway widening project.

Right-of-way surveys are a vital part of roadway and other route development projects, and can be critical to the success of land development or other engineering projects which adjoin these routes.

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