53 CORRIDOR MASTER PLAN (IOWA DOT) Staff Action: S-2004-0453 Corridor Master Plan U.S. 6 Corridor Dallas County, Iowa Agreement No: 2003-16-085 T his U.S. 6 Corridor Master Plan, referred to as „Plan,“ is recorded by and between the Iowa Department of Transportation, „DOT,“ the city of Clive, iowa, as „Clive,“ the city of Urbandale, iowa, and the city of Waukee, Iowa, as „Waukee.“ The objective of this plan is to define parameters for transportation management, access management, land use and development characteristics along Corridor 6 of the United States, within defined boundaries. The designated corridor extends from Interstate 35/80 (I-35/80) to the east and extends west to the western border of the Waukee Corporation. CONSIDERING that the objective of this plan is not to identify specific projects, but rather to set guidelines to promote safe and efficient traffic flow and to promote and maintain economic development along the corridor. Cities should be able to use this plan as a tool to manage economic development along the United States.6 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED as follows: the general standard for the management of the U.S. 6 corridor is: A. PLANNING Future Fully directional access to u.s. 6 is limited to public road links at a distance of 1.5 miles (see Appendix Exhibition A).

Other direct access to U.S. 6 may only be permitted as a direct right. All other access is granted from other public roads. The remaining 6 fronts are controlled by access. Access connections along U.S. 6 may be required to have appropriate acceleration and deceleration traces, rejuvenation and other appropriate geometric features to ensure that the effects of adjacent development are fully mitigated. Fully oriented access connections may also contain, if necessary, an appropriate left turn memory. Access road concepts are launched during the tackle phase of each industrial/commercial development. Access roads under construction are moved by the U.S. 6 Central Line. All traffic light structures within the defined corridor must meet the 800-metre distance requirements, as indicated in The attached Appendix „A.“ International agreements are formal agreements or commitments between two or more countries. An agreement between two countries is described as „bilateral,“ while an agreement between several countries is „multilateral.“ Countries bound by countries bound by an international convention are generally referred to as „Parties.“ Intergovernmental pacts are different from the Uniform Acts, which are standard statutes established by non-governmental legal experts, which must be adopted independently by state legislators, rather than forming an agreement between several states.

The treaties between states that were ratified after American independence in 1776, until the ratification of the present U.S. Constitution in 1789, according to the articles of confederation, are treated as intergovernmental pacts. These include agreements such as the Beaufort Treaty, which established the georgia-South Carolina border in 1787 and is still in force. Most early intergovernmental pacts resolved border conflicts, but since the early 20th century, compacts have increasingly been used as a tool for government cooperation. [2] In some cases, an agreement will create a new multi-governmental authority to manage or improve some shared resources, such as a seaport or public transport infrastructure. In addition to treaties, there are other less formal international agreements. These include efforts such as the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) and the G7 Global Partnership Against the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction.