What is a construction corridor and how is it represented spatially?

A construction corridor is an additional mapped area around the proposed activities providing the permit holder with the flexibility to adjust the footprint of permitted activities (with some limitations) after the permit is issued. Providing all activities stay within the construction corridor, applicants have the ability to move permitted related activities or the footprint of oil and gas activities, provided the activities themselves (pipe or road centerline, well surface location) have not been relocated, without having to submit an amendment; and record the actual impact and location on the post construction plan. The width of the construction corridor is left to the discretion of the applicant. More information can be found in the spatial submission standards manual on how to create construction corridors in the spatial data shapefile.