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CHAPTER 86
MISCELLANEOUS HIGHWAY PROVISIONS
86.001 Definitions.
86.01 Materials left in highway; penalty.
86.02 Injury to highway.
86.021 Highways, cultivation of; injury by farm machinery.
86.022 Obstructing highway with embankment or ditch.
86.025 Camping on highways.
86.03 Trees on and adjacent to highway.
86.04 Highway encroachments.
86.05 Entrances to highways restored.
86.06 Highways closed to travel; penalties.
86.07 Digging in highways or using bridges for advertising.
86.073 Review of denial of permit.
86.075 Highway authorities to notify drainage board of highway construction.
86.08 Dust-free surfacing at licensed dairy or meat packing plants.
86.09 Access to cemetery preserved.
86.10 Salvage in highway construction.
86.105 Snow removal in private driveways.
86.11 Highways; railroad crossings; grade separation.
86.12 Highway railroad grade crossings; construction and repair.
86.13 Railroads to maintain highway crossings.
86.135 Railroad highway crossings; traffic control.
86.14 Strength of bridges.
86.15 Donations of highway aid to adjoining municipalities.
86.16 Utility lines on highways; place of poles; penalty.
86.17 Taking water from highway streams.
86.18 Milwaukee county highways; location, alteration, maintenance.
86.185 Populous counties; power over county trunk highways.
86.19 Highway signs, regulation, prohibition.
86.191 Advertising in highways prohibited, where.
86.192 Penalty for injuring guide board, markers, etc.
86.195 Specific information signs.
86.196 Tourist-oriented directional signs.
86.20 Interstate bridge corporations.
86.21 Interstate toll bridges.
86.22 Interstate railroad bridges must have convenient approaches.
86.23 Maintenance of drawbridges owned jointly.
86.25 Municipal cooperation as to highways improved with state or federal aid.
86.26 Town road standards.
86.265 Rules for town road bridge standards.
86.266 Rules for town road standards.
86.30 General transportation aids.
86.302 Jurisdictional responsibility.
86.303 Cost determinations.
86.305 Eligibility for transportation aids.
86.31 Local roads improvement program.
86.315 County forest road aids.
86.32 Connecting highways.
86.33 Population estimates.
86.34 Flood damage aids.
86.001 86.001 Definitions. In this chapter:
86.001(1m) (1m) "Department" means the department of transportation.
86.001(2) (2) "Division of hearings and appeals" means the division of hearings and appeals in the department of administration.
86.001(2m) (2m) "Office" means the office of the commissioner of railroads.
86.001(3) (3) "Secretary" means the secretary of transportation.
86.001 History History: 1987 a. 137; 1991 a. 39; 1993 a. 16, 123.
86.01 86.01 Materials left in highway; penalty. It shall be unlawful for any highway superintendent or any other person to leave any materials in the traveled portion of any highway not closed to public travel in piles or rows after sunset without placing within one hour after sunset upon such piles or at the end of such rows a lighted lantern containing sufficient oil or fuel to keep the same burning until daylight. Any person violating any of the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fine of not less than $10 nor more than $100.
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