Why does PennDOT want to survey my property?
As part of the project, PennDOT’s consultant team of engineers, planners, and specialists are performing field surveys to document existing environmental and traffic conditions. These field surveys will be performed for the following reasons: determine traffic origins and destinations; assess the movement of traffic; monitor current noise levels; evaluate wetlands and other environmental resources; determine topographic features; take photographs of historic buildings and conduct archaeological investigations. Ultimately, these field surveys are being done to understand how to create traffic and safety improvements on this project, while avoiding and minimizing potential impacts.
- There are new survey markers in the street and on my property, but I didn give anyone permission to come onto my land. Whats going on and whos doing the work?
- I have questions about the "Survey Properties" that Im prompted for when I create a survey. What is the importance of each property?
- Why does PennDOT want to survey my property?