What Exactly are Easements and Right-Of-Ways?

Easement: An easement is generally defined as an interest in land owned by another person, consisting of the right to use or control the land for a specific limited purpose; A classic example of an easement is if a utility company needs to access an electrical pole on your land. An easement allows them to access the property when needed. You might also have an easement on your property if people need to move through your land to access a main road or something of that nature; An easement gives people or organizations the right to access and use your property in specific situations for a limited purpose.

ROW:  a Right of Way is a form of easement.  Right-of-Way elements include the cartway, shoulder and buffer area. The buffer provides an area for: snow storage, guide rails, sight distance, drainage, utilities, side slope, and pedestrian facilities. Right-of-way widths vary according to the intended function of the road. Right-of-way preservation includes allowances for bus passenger facilities, including ADA accessible loading pads, bus shelters and ADA-compliant sidewalk connections, where appropriate.

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1. How long does construction take to complete in a neighborhood?
2. Can the construction process be explained?
3. Why was a particular area chosen for building?
4. What Exactly are Easements and Right-Of-Ways?
5. How Will FastBridge Utilize Easements & Right-Of-Ways?
6. Does FastBridge Fiber have permission to be on private properties?
7. Is it possible for property owners to opt out of having fiber installed on their property?
8. Will FastBridge Fiber restore properties to their pre-construction state?
9. How will cleanup and restoration be handled?
10. Can service be signed up for even while construction crews are still working in a neighborhood?