Re: road trapping question
Right of ways are not public land, they are right of ways for a purpose on private land. If you own rural land you own to the center of the road. If you own both sides of the road then you own the whole roadway. The state/township/etc. has a right of way for the explicit purpose of public travel only and they maintain it for that purpose. You can't do anything you please in that right of way, you can't just hunt, fish, or set up a roadside stand. Maybe you have a power or gas line across your property, the power company has a right of way on it for one explicit purpose, employess can't hunt, camp, fish, or hold a company picnic on it. The right of way access is ONLY for maintaining the line.
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