PPL donated the right-of-way in the utility corridor in Bushkill Township.
What does Utilidor stand for?
Utilidor stands for Utility Corridor (tunnel)
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- Undergraduate Teaching Improvement Grant (Wisconsin)
- University of Texas Institute for Geophysics
- University of Toronto International Health Program (Canada)
- Unified Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program of 1996 (US Department of Transportation)
- Unit Trust of India Investor Services Limited
- Uluslararasi Tasimacilik ve Lojistik Hizmet Uretenleri Dernegi (Turkey)
- Equipment Utilization Code
- Unity Telephony Integration Manager (Cisco)
- University of Texas Investment Management Company
- Unità Terapia Intensiva Neonatale
- Under the Influence of Giants (band)
- User Test Instrumentation Program
- Utility Tap-In Program (Jacksonville, FL)
- University of Tokyo, International Program in Economics (Tokyo, Japan)
- University of Twente Initiative for Purchasing Studies (Netherlands)
- Upgraded Tactical Information Processing System
- Utah Test Item Pool Server (online testing program)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A ground breaking ceremony has held to start construction on the CA$90-million (US$88 million) Port of Prince Rupert Road, Rail, and Utility Corridor project in British Columbia, Canada.
The line will follow existing utility corridors to an interconnect in Michigan and utilize the existing Vector Pipeline system to reach the Ontario market.
The use of existing utility corridors and pipeline rights-of-way, where possible, will minimize the effects on landowners and the environment.
The expansion involves the construction of a new 16-inch diameter pipeline, which will parallel existing utility corridors to minimize environmental impacts, from Colton, CA, to Las Vegas.
RAIL, ROAD AND UTILITY CORRIDOR TNH has completed a route study for a 43-mile rail spur, road and utility corridor from the Parks Highway just north of Willow down to Port MacKenzie.
Phone and radio towers likely would be allowed only in established utility corridors - along a freeway, for example, Morgan said.
The gas can leak into utility corridors or storm sewers, where workers may inhale harmful vapors, and there's also the danger of explosion.