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Bridges over the navigable waters of the United States

Bridges over the navigable waters of the United States

Great Lakes : part III

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridges -- Great Lakes Region -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Bridges -- Navigation clearances -- Great Lakes Region -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Railroad bridges -- Great Lakes Region -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCOMDTPUB -- 16590.3a, COMDTPUB -- P 16590.3 a
    ContributionsUnited States. Coast Guard
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14434488M


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List of bridges over the navigable waters of the United States. [United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; United States. War Department. Corps of Engineers.] Laws of the United States Relating to the Construction of Bridges Over Navigable Waters of the United States; From March 2,to March 3, [States, United] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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§ Improved or natural conditions of the waterbody. § Time at which commerce exists or determination is made. § Existence of obstructions. § Geographic and jurisdictional limits of rivers and lakes.

§ Geographic and jurisdictional limits of oceanic and Guide Clearances. INFORMATION: Guide Clearances are defined as the navigational clearances established by the Coast Guard for a particular navigable water of the United States which will ordinarily receive favorable consideration under Bridges over the navigable waters of the United States book bridge permitting process (33 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J - Bridges) as providing for the reasonable needs of :// /Office-of-Bridge-Programs/Bridge-Guide-Clearances.

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Therefore, the Clean Water Act establishes Federal jurisdiction beyond "navigable waters" extending a more limited federal jurisdiction under the Act over private property S. (98 th): A bill to declare the Port of Houston Authority Bridge over Greens Bayou, Texas, to be for all purposes a “lawful bridge” as defined in “An Act to provide for the alteration of certain bridges over navigable waters of the United States, for the apportionment of the cost of such alterations between the United States and the owners of such bridges, and for other purposes   navigable waterway of the United States must apply for a Coast Guard bridge permit.

This includes all temporary bridges used for construction access or traffic detour. For bridges constructed by the state or municipal agencies, primary authority to apply for a permit for the construction of a bridge project will be presumed without proof.

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Army Corps of Engineers exercises jurisdiction over the Ohio River and several of its tributary streams. Work or structures in, under, or over the Kanawha River or any navigable tributary, between the limits of the ordinary high water lines on both banks of the stream require prior :// KANAWHA SET - RCB.

Navigable waters of the United States are regulated under Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act. These are waters that are subject to the ebb and flow of the tide and/or are presently used, have been used in the past or could be used to transport interstate or foreign commerce.

See a list of Oregon’s navigable riverways, harbors and bays  › Home › Missions › Regulatory › Jurisdiction. For years, the EPA’s regulatory jurisdiction has been limited to the “navigable waters” of the United States, a term that has always been understood to include only large bodies of water United States.

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Army Engineers for administration of the laws enacted by Congress for the protection and preservation of the navigable waters of the United States; (3) any stream The Coast Guard monitors and ensures approximat bridges crossing navigable waters of the United States are not unreasonable obstructions to navigation.

As projects are undertaken to replace aging bridges or to modify bridges to meet changing navigational needs, such as raising the bridge deck to accommodate new post-Panamax vessels   Transfer of Functions.

Functions, powers, and duties of Secretary of the Army [formerly War] and other offices and officers of Department of the Army [formerly War] under this section to extent that they relate generally to location and clearances of bridges and causeways in navigable waters of United States transferred to and vested in Secretary of Transportation by section 6(g)(6)(C) of Pub   inspected navigational lighting, fender and protection systems that were situated over the navigable waters of the United States.

Subsequently, it was determined that an adequate high level of compliance could be achieved in response to reports of complaints or violations by professional and private :// /?ver= SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS §1. Regulations by Secretary of the Army for navigation of waters generally.

It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Army to prescribe such regulations for the use, administration, and navigation of the navigable waters of the United States as in his judgment the public necessity may require for the protection of life and property, or of operations of ?req=granuleid:USC-prelim-title33&edition=prelim.

2 days ago  It shall not be lawful to construct or commence the construction of any bridge, causeway, dam, or dike over or in any port, roadstead, haven, harbor, canal, navigable river, or other navigable water of the United States until the consent of Congress to the building of such structures shall have been obtained and until the plans for (1) the bridge or causeway shall have been submitted to and  › FindLaw › Codes › U.S.

› Title Navigation and Navigable Waters. Waters of the United States. Waters currently used, used in past, or susceptible for use in interstate or foreign commerce, including waters subject to ebb and flow of the tide 2.

Interstate waters and wetlands 3. Intrastate waters where destruction or degradation could affecting interstate or foreign commerce (HQ approval required) Topics/ Jul Corps.

Bridge: Any structure over, on, or in navigable waters of the United States used for transporting persons, vehicles, commodities or other physical matter and providing for the passage or flow of water through or under the structure.

The term “bridge” includes all integral bridge elements: approaches and appurtenances, Documents. It shall be the duty of all persons owning, operating, and tending the drawbridges built prior to Augor which may thereafter be built across the navigable rivers and other waters of the United States, to open, or cause to be opened, the draws of such bridges under such rules and regulations as in the opinion of the Secretary of the department in which the Coast Guard is operating   to navigable waters in quantities that may be harmful.

Section addresses storage capacity thresholds and methods of calculating storage capacity. Section addresses the exemptions to the SPCC rule. Section discusses the process for a Regional Administrator to determine applicability, outside of the exemptions listed in §(d).

The Act continues in force and applies primarily to the “navigable waters of the United States.” The Federal Water Pollution Control Act called for programs eliminating or reducing the pollution of interstate waters and tributaries thereof, and improving the sanitary condition of surface and underground :// BACKGROUND: Pursuant to 33 C.F.R.

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A consensus is being sought by the responsible agencies involved. A consensus also is necessary concerning the data collected by the United States Public Health Service in the recent study of Detroit area waters.

Important differences exist between the data collected by the Federal technicians over ?Dockey=   terms, “waters of the United States” for the purpose of Section of the Clean Water Act; and “navigable waters of the United States” for Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act.

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