2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 9. Motor Vehicles
ARTICLE 21. TRAFFIC REGULATION
CHAPTER 19. Entrances to State Highways From Private Property
9-21-19-7. Construction or reconstruction of state highways; inclusion of construction of public and existing private approaches and drainage structures in improvement; location of drives; duties of owner
Sec. 7. When a highway in the state highway system or the state maintained route through a city or town is constructed or reconstructed, the construction of all public road approaches and existing private approaches, together with the drainage structures required for the road's protection, shall be included as a part of the improvement of the highway or state maintained route. The Indiana department of transportation may require the changing of the location of existing drives, in the interest of safety to the motoring public, when the highway is constructed or reconstructed. The owner or occupant of the abutting property shall make a change in location under the direction of the Indiana department of transportation. Upon the completion of the highway, the owners or occupants of adjoining lands shall keep in repair all private entrances, driveways, and approaches from highways.
[Pre-1991 Recodification Citation: 9-4-1-119(g).]
As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.9.