April 26, 2004
Report by the Federal Rights-of-Way Working Group
To ensure that broadband providers are able to obtain rights-of-way in a timely and cost-effective manner, the Bush Administration formed a Federal Rights-of-Way Working Group to assess the management of rights-of-way over lands under federal jurisdiction. The following report contains the Working Group’s findings and recommendations for how the Federal Government can reform its approach to rights-of-way management to help bring the promise of broadband to all Americans, while ensuring that federal land managers fulfill their important roles as stewards of our Nation’s public property.
Appendix B: Standard Form 299, Application for Transportation and Utility Systems and Facilities on Federal Lands