160.24 Logging railroads across highways.
Subdivision 1. Permission to locate. The road authorities may grant to the owner of any logging railroad permission to locate, construct, and maintain a logging railroad across any highway under their jurisdiction.
Subd. 2. Contents of permit. The permit shall specify the place at which such railroad shall cross the highway, the time during which it may be maintained thereon, which shall in no case exceed five years, the manner of its construction and maintenance, and the measures that shall be taken for the protection of the highways and of the public using the highways.
Subd. 3. Control by road authority. The construction and maintenance of the railroad crossing shall be under the supervision and control of the road authority granting the permit.
Subd. 4. Removal from highway. The person to whom the permit is granted shall, at the expiration of the time therein limited or at such earlier time as the crossing is no longer necessary, remove the railroad therefrom and restore the highway to such condition as the authority granting the permit shall require.
Subd. 5. Repealed, 1991 c 326 s 27
HIST: 1959 c 500 art 1 s 24
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