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ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -1PART 1:ROADWAY DEVELOPMENT SECTION 100: GENERAL INFORMATION 101 PURPOSE100-1101.01 INTRODUCTION100-1102 CONTENTS AND ORGANIZATION100-1102.01 PART 1: ROADWAY DEVELOPMENT100-1102.02 PART 2: ROADWAY DESIGN100-2102.03 PART 3: STRUCTURES AND BRIDGES100-2103 TECHNICAL MEMORANDUMS100-2103.01 GENERAL1002103.02 TECHNICAL MEMORANDUMS - GENERAL100-2103.03 TECHNICAL MEMORANDUMS - SPECIFIC100-3104 ROADWAY CLASSIFICATIONS100-3104.01 ROADWAY SYSTEM100-3104.02 DESIGN100-3104.03 CRITERIA FOR DESIGN CLASS DESIGNATION100-3105 ROUTE DESIGNATIONS100-5105.01 INTRODUCTION100-5105.02 ROUTE NUMBERS100-5105.03 ADDITIONS, DELETIONS, AND REVISIONS100-5 SECTION 200: DESIGN CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT 201 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING200-1201.01 INTRODUCTION200-1201.02 ROAD SECTION200-1201.03 TOWN PLANNING200-1201.04 MAPPING2001201.04.01 General200-1201.04.02 Topographic Mapping200-2201.05 PROJECT LIMITS200-2201.06 PROJECT IDENTIFICATION AND NUMBERING200-6201.07 INTERDEPARTMENTAL COORDINATION200-6202 ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING DESIGN200-6202.01 INTRODUCTION200-6202.02 SOCIOECONOMIC/COMMUNITY RESOURCE DATA200-6202.02.01 Land Use2006202.02.02 Growth Projections200-7202.02.03 Public Services200-7202.02.04 Schools200-7202.02.05 Mosques200-8202.02.06 Utilities200-8202.02.07 Security2008202.02.08 Commercial Activities200-9202.02.09 Economics200-9202.02.10 Local Transportation/Circulation200-9202.02.11 Parking Requirements200-9202.02.12 Recreation200-10202.02.13 Historical Site Identification and Preservation200-10202.03 NATURAL/ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE DATA200-10202.03.01 Landscape Preservation200-10202.03.02 Topography200-11202.03.03 Water200-11202.03.04 Wildlife200-11202.03.05 Air Quality200-11202.03.06 Noise200-11

ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -2202.03.07 Visual/Aesthetic200-11202.03.08 Hazardous Materials200-11202.04 ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST200-12203 TECHNICAL INVESTIGATIONS20012203.01 INTRODUCTION200-12203.02 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING20012203.03 TRAFFIC COUNTS200-12203.03.01 Introduction200-12203.03.02 Traffic Projections200-13203.03.03 Procedures for Traffic Volumes200-14203.04 SURVEY CONTROL/FIELD SURVEYS200-14203.04.01 Introduction200-14203.04.02 Horizontal Control200-14203.04.03 Vertical Control200-14203.04.04 Coordinate System20014203.04.05 Field Surveys200-14203.5 DRAINAGE SURVEYS200-15 SECTION 300: DESIGN CONCEPT REPORT 301 CONTENTS300-1301.01 FORMAT300-1302 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY300-3303 INTRODUCTION300-3304 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS300-3305 DESCRIPTION OF ALTERNATIVES300-3306 DESIGN DATA300-4307 TYPICAL SECTIONS300-4308 GEOMETRICS300-4309 INTERCHANGE/ INTERSECTION CONFIGURATION3005310 PARKING STUDY300-5311 HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS300-5311.01 PURPOSE300-6311.02 PLANNING & PREPARATION OF THE DRAINAGE DESIGN CONCEPTS300-6311.02.01 Problem Categories300-7311.02.02 Flood Plain Encroachment and Risk Evaluation300-9311.02.03 Data Collection300-10311.03 STORM WATER HYDROLOGY300-14311.04 OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS300-15311.05 BRIDGE HYDRAULICS300-16311.05.01 Bridge Location and Hydraulics Report30016311.05.02 Bridge Hydraulics Recommendations Sheet (BHRS)300-19311.06 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT USING RETENTION/DETENTION DESIGN30020312 SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS300-21313 BRIDGE TYPE SELECTION30021313.01 BRIDGES OVER WATERWAYS300-22313.02 WIDENINGS/REHABILITATION300-22313.03 BRIDGE SELECTION REPORT30022314 UTILITY IMPACT ANALYSIS300-23315 SOCIOECONOMIC ANALYSIS30023316 AGRICULTURE IMPACT300-23317 PUBLIC FEEDBACK300-24318 SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS300-24319 LIGHTING CONCEPTS300-24320 CONSTRUCTION STAGING300-24321 COST ESTIMATE300-25322 CONCLUSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS300-25

ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -3323 APPENDIX300-25324 DRAWINGS300-25 PART 2:ROADWAY DESIGN SECTION 100: GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA 101 DESIGN SPEED100-1102 DESIGN VEHICLES100-3103 DESIGN TRAFFIC1003103.01 DESIGN PERIOD100-3103.02 RELATION TO DESIGN100-3104 ROADWAY CAPACITY100-3104.01 DESIGN CAPACITIES100-3104.01.01 Multi-lane Rural Roadway100-4104.01.02 Two Lane Roadways100-4104.01.03 Expressways1005104.01.04 Expressway Ramps and Weaving Sections100-5104.01.05 Intersection Capacity100-5105 CONTROL OF ACCESS100-5105.01 GENERAL100-5105.02 ACCESS CONTROL DESIGN CRITERIA100-5105.02.01 Primary Roadways1005105.02.02 Secondary Roadways, ADT > 2500100-6105.02.03 Secondary Roadways, ADT < 2500100-6105.03 USE OF FRONTAGE ROADS100-7105.04 PROTECTION OF ACCESS RIGHTS100-7106 DESIGN STANDARD EXCEPTIONS100-7107 BICYCLE FACILITIES100-9107.01 GENERAL100-9107.02 SPECIAL BICYCLE FACILITIES1009107.03 BICYCLE CHARACTERISTICS100-9107.04 BICYCLES AT INTERSECTIONS100-9 SECTION 200: GEOMETRIC DESIGN STANDARDS 201 SIGHT DISTANCE200-1201.01 GENERAL200-1201.02 PASSING SIGHT DISTANCE200-1201.03 STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE200-1201.04 STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE AT GRADE CRESTS200-1201.05 STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE AT GRADE SAGS200-3201.06 STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE ON HORIZONTAL CURVES200-3201.07 DECISION SIGHT DISTANCE200-3202 SUPERELEVATION200-3202.01 GENERAL200-3202.02 SUPERELEVATION STANDARDS200-4202.03 CITY ROAD CONDITIONS200-4202.04 AXIS OF ROTATION200-6202.05 SUPERELEVATION TRANSITION200-6202.06 SUPERELEVATION OF COMPOUND CURVES200-6203 HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT200-9203.01 GENERAL200-9203.02 STANDARDS FOR HORIZONTAL CURVATURE200-9204 VERTICAL ALIGNMENT200-10204.01 GENERAL20010204.02 VERTICAL ALIGNMENT POSITION WITH RESPECT TO CROSS SECTION200-10204.03 STANDARDS FOR GRADES200-10

ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -4204.04 VERTICAL CURVES200-11204.05 LONG SUSTAINED GRADES200-11204.06 STRUCTURE GRADE LINE200-11204.07 SEPARATE PROFILE GRADE LINES20016205 COORDINATION OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL ALIGNMENTS20016206 PAVEMENT TRANSITIONS200-16206.01 GENERAL200-16206.02 TRANSITIONS FOR MULTILANE ROADWAYS200-16207 BRIDGES AND GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTURES200-18207.01 CLEAR WIDTH200-18207.02 CROSS SLOPE200-18207.03 SIDEWALKS200-18208 PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES200-18208.01 SIDEWALKS200-18208.02 PEDESTRIAN GRADE SEPARATIONS200-18208.03 PEDESTRIAN UNDERPASSES200-18209 CURBS200-18209.01 GENERAL20018209.02 TYPES AND USES200-19209.03 CURB PARAMETERS200-19210 BUS STOPS AND TAXI STOPS200-19210.01 BUS STOPS200-19210.02 TAXI STOPS20019211 PARKING200-20211.01 GENERAL200-20211.02 PARKING AREAS20020211.03 ON ROAD PARKING SPACES200-20211.04 PARKING LOTS200-21211.05 PARKING DEMAND/SUPPLY ANALYSIS200-21 SECTION 300: GEOMETRIC CROSSECTIONS 301 TRAVELLED WAY STANDARDS300-1301.01 TRAVELLED WAY WIDTH3001301.02 TRAVELLED WAY CROSS SLOPES300-1302 SHOULDER STANDARDS300-1302.01 SHOULDER WIDTH STANDARDS300-1302.02 SHOULDER CROSS SLOPES300-1303 SIDE SLOPE STANDARDS300-1303.01 SIDE SLOPE VALUES300-2303.02 SLOPE CLEARANCE FROM RIGHT OF WAY300-2304 MEDIAN STANDARDS300-2305 CROSS SECTION ELEMENTS300-2305.01 RURAL FREEWAY/EXPRESSWAY CROSS SECTION300-2305.02 URBAN FREEWAY/EXPRESSWAY CROSS SECTION300-2305.03 ARTERIAL (MAIN ROAD) CROSS SECTION300-4305.04 SECTOR ROAD CROSS SECTION300-5305.05 FRONTAGE ROAD CROSS SECTION300-5306 HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL CLEARANCES300-5306.01 HORIZONTAL CLEARANCES300-5306.02 VERTICAL CLEARANCES300-6306.03 TUNNEL CLEARANCES300-6307 CLEAR ZONE CONCEPT300-6307.01 APPLICATION OF CLEAR ZONE300-8307.01.01 Roadside Terrain: Foreslope300-8307.01.02 Roadside Terrain: Backslope300-9307.01.03 Roadside Terrain: Cross-slope300-9

ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -5307.01.04 Roadside Terrain: Ditch300-9308 BARRIERS300-11308.01 BARRIER NEED300-11308.02 ROADSIDE BARRIER TYPES AND FEATURES300-11308.03 ROADSIDE BARRIER PLACEMENT300-12308.03.01 Lateral Placement30012308.03.02 Barrier to Hazard Clearances300-12308.03.03 Effects of Roadside Terrain300-13308.03.04 Barrier Length Design300-13308.04 MEDIAN BARRIERS30015308.04.01 Median Barrier Warrants300-15308.04.02 Median Barrier Types and Features300-15308.05 MEDIAN BARRIER PLACEMENT300-15308.05.01 Median Geometry300-15308.05.02 Treatment of Fixed Object Hazards300-16308.06 END TREATMENTS AND CRASH CUSHIONS300-16308.06.01 End Treatments30016308.06.02 Crash Cushion-Selection Guidelines300-18308.06.03 Placement Recommendations300-18 SECTION 400: AT-GRADE INTERSECTIONS 401 GENERAL400-1402 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS400-1403 AT GRADE INTERSECTION TYPES400-1404 CHANNELIZATION400-2404.01 PREFERENCE TO MAJOR MOVEMENTS400-2404.02 AREAS OF CONFLICT400-2404.03 INTERSECTION ANGLES400-2404.04 POINTS OF CONFLICT400-2404.05 SPEEDCHANGE LANES400-3404.06 TURNING MOVEMENTS400-3404.07 REFUGE AREAS400-3404.08 PROHIBITED TURNS400-3404.09 EFFECTIVE SIGNAL CONTROL400-3404.10 INSTALLATION OF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES4003404.11 GUIDELINES400-3405 DESIGN VEHICLES400-4405.01 OFF TRACKING4004405.02 DESIGN VEHICLES400-4405.03 TURNING TEMPLATES400-4406 INTERSECTION DESIGN STANDARDS400-4406.01 SIGHT DISTANCE400-4406.02 EFFECT OF SKEW400-10406.03 EFFECT OF VERTICAL PROFILES400-13406.04 LEFT-TURN CHANNELIZATION400-13406.05 RIGHT-TURN CHANNELIZATION400-14406.06 TRAFFIC ISLANDS400-14407 ROUNDABOUT DESIGN400-15 SECTION 500: INTERCHANGES 501 GENERAL500-1502 INTERCHANGE WARRANTS500-1503 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS500-1504 INTERCHANGE TYPES500-1504.01 THREE-LEG INTERCHANGE500-1504.02 FOUR-LEG INTERCHANGES500-3

ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL Roads and Bridges TTaabblleeooffCCoonntteennttssPPaaggeeNNoo.. Page -6505 INTERCHANGE DESIGN PROCEDURES500-8506 INTERCHANGE DESIGN STANDARDS500-8507 RAMP DESIGN STANDARDS500-9508 ENTRANCE/ EXIT RAMP DESIGN STANDARDS500-11508.01 RAMP TERMINAL DESIGN500-16 SECTION 600: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 601 INTRODUCTION600-1602 GENERAL600-1603 GEOTECHNICAL REPORT6001604 STRUCTURAL PAVEMENT SECTION DESIGN600-2604.01 GENERAL6002604.01.01 Pavement Design Methods600-2604.01.02 Comparison of Design Results6004604.02 PAVEMENT DESIG