Way points before construction begins. The Resident’s personnel should protect the flag
locations with tall guards or replace the flags with tall guards and flagging tape to provide better visibility and a more permanent Right-of-Way locator until construction is complete.
AHTD LIST OF RIGHT OF WAY MONUMENTS MISSING OR DESTROYED FIGURE 105-1
On other State Highway construction projects where other agencies have acquired the right-of-way or on existing right-of-way, the Resident Engineer should utilize standard surveying techniques to mark the Right-of-Way using the standard orange triangular Right-of-Way signs on metal posts. Flush markers may also be utilized in yards and/or urban areas. These may be obtained from the District.
The Quantity Box on the plans designating the approximate number of Right-of- Way markers needed does not always distinguish between Right-of-Way purchased and