This list of Right of Way Use Guidelines addresses the most common requests received by PPL Electric Utilities Corporation (PPL). It is not exhaustive and does not address all restrictions and possible situations. This list is intended to protect PPL’s ability to operate and maintain its facilities without interference consistent with its right of way rights; to reduce the risk of damage to PPL facilities; to allow unencumbered access to PPL right of way; and to protect the safety of the public and utility line workers. This list is subject to change at any time and without notice. This list and allowing encroachments in no way waives any of the rights PPL reserved in the right of way grants applicable to each property. All proposed activities within the PPL transmission right of way shall be reviewed by the Transmission Right of Way Department and approved in writing prior to any activities within the right of way. PPL requires that property owners submit the attached encroachment application and applicable fee with the required documentation before the review process will begin. Contact the Transmission Right of Way Department with any additional questions concerning the rights of way. It is the Applicants responsibility to apply to other utilities that may exist within the right of way.