Committee on Right of Way, Utilities and Outdoor Advertising Control
Casey Soneira, Program Manager for Engineering
On May 5, 2003, the full Committee voted to adopt an internal organization for subcommittees on each of the technical areas in Right of Way, Utilities and Outdoor Advertising Control. Chairs for the Right of Way & Utilities Technical Subcommittees have been appointed by the AASHTO Right of Way, Utilities, and Outdoor Advertising Control Committee (CRUO) Steering Committee Chairman.
The Right of Way (R/W) Vice-Chair, Utilities Vice-Chair, and Outdoor Advertising Control Vice-Chair serve as the single point of contact and provide coordination for their respective technical subcommittees:
The Technical Subcommittees will assist the full CRUO Committee by focusing the attention and expertise of the members of the Subcommittees on specific business areas of responsibility in Right of Way, Utilities, and Outdoor Advertising Control; identifying technical developments, trends, initiatives, innovations and potential problems; and providing an annual report on current issues in each particular area of responsibility.
Technical Subcommittees’ three main objectives are to:
Only those individuals eligible for general or active membership as provided in Article III of the Committee’s Operating Procedures shall become eligible to chair or hold membership on a technical subcommittee. Representatives of local government agencies and members of the private sector concerned with transportation and transportation issues, particularly those relating to right of way and utilities, are encouraged to become involved with and participate on technical subcommittees. These individuals may participate in the subcommittee as affiliate members, but may not vote on matters taken under consideration by the subcommittee.
Technical Subcommittee Chairpersons will be responsible for the following:
The annual Technical Subcommittee meeting should, at a minimum, cover:
All Technical Subcommittee Chairs are invited to contact their respective Steering Committee Coordinators at any time should they have any questions or need any assistance. The R/W, Utilities, and Outdoor Advertising Control Committee Executive Board greatly appreciates all the hard work the Technical Subcommittee Chairs do and the many contributions they make to the work of the Committee.