|(a) Cost for commercial and private driveways. For commercial and private driveways, the cost of materials, installation, construction, reconstruction, relocation, enlargement, modification, and maintenance shall be the responsibility of the permittee, except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this section. (b) Cost for public driveways. For public driveways, the cost of materials, installation, construction, reconstruction, relocation, enlargement, and modification shall be the responsibility of the permittee, except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this section. The department shall maintain all portions of public driveways that lie within the state highway right of way and that connect to highways that are the maintenance responsibility of the department. (c) Reconstruction by department. (1) Any existing access connections that are destroyed or removed in the construction or reconstruction of a section of highway will be reestablished by the department at the expense of the state to the extent necessary to provide reasonable access. (2) If the department determines that the proposed construction or reconstruction of a section of highway will permanently alter permitted access to or from a state highway at an adjacent property owner's existing driveway location, the department will: (A) provide the property owner with written notice of the highway project before the 60th day preceding the date construction of the highway project begins; and (B) at the expense of the state, reinstate the pre-existing access to the most practicable extent possible after due consideration of the impact on highway safety, mobility, and efficient operation, and of any changes to traffic patterns that are likely to result from the highway construction or reconstruction. (d) Inspection. The department may inspect the construction of an access connection at the time the work is being performed and at any time after the work is completed. The permittee or the permittee's heirs, successors, and assigns shall make the changes or repairs that the district engineer reasonably determines are necessary to bring the access connection into compliance with terms and conditions of the permit. A decision to require a change or repair will be in writing, describe the actions to be performed, and provide a reasonable period for compliance. (e) Drainage and safety. The department may undertake actions deemed necessary to correct drainage or safety problems related to existing or new access connection facilities.