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PERMITS / AUTHORIZATIONS


Work Authorization Permit:

Necessary for contractors, utility providers, government agencies and intersecting road authorities, not engaged by Gateway Operations, who are requesting to perform services on the Route 1 Facility.







Highway Usage Permit:

Necessary for any party requiring access to the Route 1 Facility to erect, place, construct, develop, repair, maintain or operate ‘a work’ within the limits of the Facility.  ‘A work’ may be a building, structure, wire, cable, line, transmission line, pole, track, pipe, pipeline, main, aqueduct, sewer, conduit, device, equipment, sign, trail, parking lot, etc.


Application submissions for Highway Usage Permits should include, at a minimum, the following:









Median Crossover Authorization:

Public use of Median Crossovers is prohibited. Median Crossovers are for emergency vehicles, Gateway Operations vehicles and authorized Subcontractors engaged by Gateway Operations.  Subcontractors engaged by Gateway Operations and requesting use of Median Crossovers shall obtain written authorization from Gateway Operations prior to their use.  Use of Median Crossovers is monitored and enforced by local policing agencies along the Route 1 Facility: RCMP, Saint John City Police and Kennebecasis Valley Regional Police Force.