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Gateway Operations Limited is ISO 9001 and 14001 certified and is recognized by the New Brunswick Construction Safety  Association (NBCSA)


Work Authorization Permit:

Necessary for contractors, utility providers, government agencies and intersecting road authorities, not engaged by Gateway Operations, who are requesting to perform services on the Route 1 Facility, as well as for any other third party requesting special access to the Route 1 Facility.

Highway Usage Permit:

Necessary for any party requiring access to the Route 1 Facility to erect, place, construct, develop, repair, maintain or operate ‘a work’ within the limits of the Facility.  ‘A work’ may be a building, structure, wire, cable, line, transmission line, pole, track, pipe, pipeline, main, aqueduct, sewer, conduit, device, equipment, sign, trail, parking lot, etc.

Application submissions for Highway Usage Permits should include, at a minimum, the following:

Short-term Advertisement Permit

Route 1 is considered a Level 1 highway as per the definitions of the NB Highway Act.  As such, short-term advertisement permits are typically approved for not-for profit organizations or community events only.

Approval of a Short-term Advertisement Permit will be conditional on requirements of NB Regulation 97-143 under the NB Highway Act.