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1-2.06 Chapter Six “Design Controls”
1-2.07 Chapter Seven “Sight Distance”
1-2.08 Chapter Eight “Horizontal Alignment”
1-2.09 Chapter Nine “Vertical Alignment”
1-2.10 Chapter Ten “Cross Sections”
1-2.11 Chapter Eleven “Intersections At-Grade”
1-2.12 Chapter Twelve “Interchanges”
1-2.13 Chapter Thirteen “Roadside Safety”
1-2.14 Chapter Fourteen “Temporary Traffic Control”
1-2.15 Chapter Fifteen “Special Design Elements”
2-3.0 3R GEOMETRIC DESIGN CRITERIA
2-4.03 Exceptions to Geometric Design Criteria
2-5.01 Rural Highways and High-Speed Urban Highways
2-7.02.01 Bridge Rehabilitation/Reconstruction
2-7.02.02 Bridges to Remain in Place
2-7.04 Other Cross Section Elements
2-10.01 Intersection Sight Distance
2-10.03 Auxiliary Turning Lanes
3-1.04 Geometric Design of 4R Freeway Projects
3-2.0 SPOT IMPROVEMENTS (NON-FREEWAYS)
3-2.04 Design Procedures for Local Bridge Projects
6-1.0 HIGHWAY SYSTEMS
6-1.01 Functional Classification System
6-1.01.01 Arterials
6-1.01.02 Collectors
6-1.01.03 Local Roads and Streets
6-1.02 Federal-Aid System
6-1.02.01 National Highway System
6-1.02.02 Surface Transportation Program
6-1.02.03 Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program
6-1.03 Classification by Type of Area
6-1.03.01 Rural Highways and Roads
6-1.03.02 Urban Highways and Streets
6-5.01.02 4R (Freeways)
6-5.01.03 Major Reconstruction (Non-Freeway)
6-5.01.04 3R (Non-Freeways)
6-5.01.05 Spot Improvements
6-5.02 Procedures
6-6.0 EXCEPTIONS TO GEOMETRIC DESIGN CRITERIA
6-6.01 Department Intent
6-6.02 Controlling Design Criteria
6-6.03 Application
6-6.03.01 Project Scope of Work
6-6.03.02 Highway System/Funding Source
6-6.04 Procedures for Exceptions
6-7.0 REFERENCES
7-1.0 STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE
7-2.0 DECISION SIGHT DISTANCE
7-2.01 Application
7-2.02 Examples
7-3.0 INTERSECTION SIGHT DISTANCE
7-4.0 REFERENCES
8-1.0 DEFINITIONS
8-2.0 RURAL HIGHWAYS/HIGH-SPEED URBAN HIGHWAYS
8-2.01 General Controls
8-2.02 Horizontal Curvature
8-2.02.01 Theoretical Discussion
8-2.02.02 Application
8-2.02.03 Types of Curvature
8-2.03 Superelevation Development
8-2.03.01 Axis of Rotation
8-2.03.02 Transition Length (Two-Lane Roadways)
8-2.03.03 Transition Length (Multilane Highways)
8-2.03.04 Application of Transition Length
8-2.03.05 Effects of Curvature Type
8-2.03.06 Shoulder Superelevation
8-2.03.07 Typical Figures
8-2.04 Sight Distance Through Curves
8-2.04.01 Sight Obstruction (Definition)
8-2.04.02 Length of Curve > Sight Distance
8-2.04.03 Length of Curve < Sight Distance
8-2.04.04 Application
8-2.04.05 Longitudinal Barriers
8-2.05 Crossover Line
8-3.0 LOW-SPEED URBAN STREETS
8-3.01 General Controls
8-3.02 Horizontal Curvature
8-3.02.01 Theoretical Discussion
8-3.02.02 Application
8-3.02.03 Types of Curvature
8-3.03 Superelevation Development
8-3.04 Sight Distance Restrictions on the Inside of Curves
9-1.0 DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES
9-1.01 General Controls for Vertical Alignment
9-1.02 Coordination of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment
9-2.0 GRADES
9-2.01 Terrain (Definitions)
9-2.02 Critical Length of Grade
9-2.03 Maximum and Minimum
9-2.04 Truck-Climbing Lanes
9-2.04.01 Warrants
9-2.04.02 Capacity Analysis
9-2.04.03 Design
9-3.0 VERTICAL CURVES
9-3.01 General
9-3.02 Crest Vertical Curves
9-3.03 Sag Vertical Curves
9-4.0 VERTICAL CLEARANCES
9-5.0 REFERENCES
10-1.0 ROADWAY SECTION
10-1.01 Travel Lanes
10-1.01.02 Cross Slope
10-1.02 Shoulders
10-1.02.01 Shoulder Widths/Types
10-1.02.02 Shoulder Cross Slope
10-1.03 Turn Lanes
10-1.04 Parking Lanes
10-1.05.01 Types
10-1.05.02 Safety
10-1.05.03 Application on Low-Speed Roads/Streets
10-1.05.04 Application on High-Speed Highways
10-2.0 ROADSIDE ELEMENTS
10-2.01 Sidewalks
10-2.01.01 Guidelines for Sidewalk Construction
10-2.01.02 Sidewalk Design Criteria
10-2.02 Fill and Cut Slopes
10-2.03 Utilities
10-3.0 MEDIANS
10-3.01 Median Widths
10-3.02 Median Types
10-3.02.01 Flush Medians
10-3.02.02 Raised Medians
10-3.02.03 Depressed Medians
10-4.0 BRIDGE AND UNDERPASS CROSS SECTION
10-4.01.01 New Construction
10-4.01.02 Major Reconstruction (Non-Freeways)
10-4.02 Underpasses
10-5.0 RIGHT-OF-WAY
10-6.0 TYPICAL SECTIONS
10-7.0 REFERENCES
11-1.01.01 Design Year and Level of Service
11-1.01.02 Capacity Methodology for Signalized Intersections
11-2.0 INTERSECTION SIGHT DISTANCE (ISD)
11-2.03 Case B – Intersections with Stop Control on the Minor Road
11-2.03.01 Case B1– Left-Turn from the Minor Road
11-2.03.02 Case B2 – Right-Turn From the Minor Road
11-2.03.03 Case B3 – Crossing Maneuver From the Minor Road
11-2.04 Case D – Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
11-2.05 Case E – Intersections With All-Way Stop Control
11-2.06 Case F – Left Turns From the Major Road
11-3.0 TURNING RADII (RIGHT TURNS)
11-3.02 Design Vehicle Selection
11-3.03 Designs for Pavement Edge/Curb Line
11-3.03.01 Tolerable Encroachment
11-3.03.03 Parking Lanes/Shoulders
11-5.01 Guidelines for Right-Turn Lanes
11-5.02 Guidelines for Left-Turn Lanes
11-5.03 Design Details for Auxiliary Turning Lanes
11-5.04 Typical Treatments for Auxiliary Turning Lanes
11-5.06 Extension of Additional Through Lanes
11-5.07 Two Way Left Turn Lanes (TWLTL)
11-6.03 Median Openings on Freeways
11-8.01.02 Criteria (Existing Driveways)
11-8.02 Driveway Spacing and Corner Clearances
11-8.03 Major Traffic Generators
12-1.0 GENERAL
12-1.01 Warrants
12-1.01.01 Guidelines
12-1.01.02 New/Revised Access Points on the Interstate System
12-1.01.03 FHWA Access Approval
12-1.02 Interchange Type Selection
12-1.02.01 General Evaluation
12-2.0 TRAFFIC OPERATIONAL FACTORS
12-2.01 Basic Number of Lanes and Lane Balance
12-2.02 Lane Reductions
12-2.03 Distance Between Successive Freeway/Ramp Junctions
12-2.04 Safety Considerations
12-2.05 Capacity and Level of Service
12-2.06 Collector-Distributor Roads
12-3.0 FREEWAY/RAMP JUNCTIONS
12-3.01 Exit Ramps
12-3.01.01 Deceleration Lanes
12-3.01.02 Sight Distance
12-3.01.03 Superelevation
12-3.01.04 Gore Area
12-3.01.05 Cross Slope Rollover
12-3.02 Entrance Ramps
12-3.02.01 Acceleration Lanes
12-3.02.02 Sight Distance
12-3.02.03 Superelevation
12-3.03 Critical Design Elements
12-4.0 RAMP DESIGN
12-4.01 Design Speed
12-4.02 Cross Section
12-4.03 Horizontal Alignment
12-4.04 Vertical Alignment
12-5.0 RAMP/CROSSING ROAD INTERSECTION
12-5.01 Design of At-Grade Intersections
12-5.02 Frontage Road Intersection
12-5.03 Access Control
12-6.0 REFERENCES
13-1.0 DEFINITIONS
13-2.0 CLEAR ZONES
13-2.01 Background
13-2.02 Application
13-2.03 Rock Removal
13-2.04 Utility Setback and Design Exceptions Procedures
13-3.0 GUIDERAIL WARRANTS
13-3.01 Embankments
13-3.02 Roadside Hazards
13-3.03 Bridge Rails and Approaches
13-3.04 Bridge Piers, Abutments and Overhead Sign Structures
13-3.05 Vertical Drop-Offs
13-3.06 Roadside Ditches, Channels and Swales
13-3.07 Transverse Slopes
13-3.08 High Tension Lines and Reservoirs
13-4.0 ROADSIDE BARRIERS
13-4.01 Guiderail Types
13-4.01.01 Three Cable Guiderailing (I-Beam Posts)
13-4.01.02 Metal Beam Rail (Type R-I)
13-4.01.03 Metal Beam Rail (Type R-B)
13-4.01.04 Metal Beam Rail (Type R-B 350)
13-4.01.05 Thrie Beam 350
13-4.01.07 Single-Faced Precast Concrete Barrier Curb (PCBC)
13-4.01.08 Merritt Parkway Guiderail
13-4.01.09 Merritt Parkway Barrier
13-4.02 Deflection Distance
13-4.03 Disposition of Existing Guiderail
13-4.03.01 NHS Facilities
13-4.03.02 All Other Facilities
13-5.0 MEDIAN BARRIERS
13-5.01 Warrants
13-5.02 Median Barrier Types
13-5.02.01 Metal Beam Rail (Type MD-I)
13-5.02.02 Metal Beam Rail (Type MD-B)
13-5.02.03 Metal Beam Rail (Type MD-B 350)
13-5.02.04 Double-Faced F-Shape PCBC
13-5.02.05 Merritt Parkway Median Barrier
13-5.03 Median Barrier Placement
13-5.03.01 General
13-5.03.02 Basic Application
13-5.03.03 Divided Median Barriers
13-5.04 Glare Screens
13-5.05 Disposition of Existing Median Barriers
13-5.05.01 NHS Facilities
13-5.05.02 All Other Facilities
13-6.11 Placement on High Fills with Sidewalk and Utility Pole Lines
13-7.0 IMPACT ATTENUATORS AND END TREATMENTS
13-7.01 General
13-7.01.01 Definitions
13-7.01.02 Impact Attenuators
13-7.01.03 Impact Attenuator Selection
13-7.01.04 Impact Attenuator Design
13-7.02 End Treatment Selection
13-7.02.01 End Treatment Design
13-7.02.02 Three Cable Guiderail
13-7.02.03 Merritt Parkway Guiderail
13-7.02.04 Metal Beam Rail (Type MD-B 350)
13-7.02.05 Concrete Median Barrier
13-7.02.06 Metal Beam Rail (Type Box Beam)
13-8.0 REFERENCES
1. Guiderail Procedure
14-1.02 Maintenance and Protection of Traffic (MPT) Plans
14-2.0 TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL MANAGEMENT
14-2.02 Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy
14-4.01 Warrants for Positive Protection
15-1.0 ACCESSIBILITY FOR DISABLED INDIVIDUALS
15-1.01 Buildings
15-1.02 Bus Stops
15-1.03 Parking
15-1.03.01 Off-Street Parking
15-1.03.02 On-Street Parking
15-1.04 Accessible Route
15-1.05 Sidewalks
15-1.05.01 Criteria for Accessible Routes
15-1.05.02 Criteria for Public Rights-of-Way
15-1.06 Stairs
15-1.07 Ramps
15-1.08 Curb Ramps
15-1.08.01 General
15-1.08.02 Location
15-1.08.03 Crossing Controls
15-1.08.04 Types
15-1.09 Pedestrian Overpasses and Underpasses
15-1.10 Detectable Warning Surfaces
15-2.0 COMMUTER LOTS
15-2.01 General
15-2.02 Layout
15-2.02.01 Entrances and Exits
15-2.02.02 Traffic Circulation
15-2.02.03 Pedestrian and Bicyclist Considerations
15-2.02.04 Accessibility for Disabled Individuals
15-2.03 Design Elements
15-3.0 BUS STOPS AND TURNOUTS
15-3.01 Location
15-3.01.01 Bus Stops
15-3.01.02 Bus Turnouts
15-3.02 Design
15-3.02.01 Bus Stops
15-3.02.02 Bus Turnouts
15-3.02.03 Bus Stop Pads
15-3.02.04 Bus Shelters
15-4.0 BIKEWAYS
15-4.01 Bikeway Classifications
15-4.02 Warrants
15-4.03 Bikeway Design Elements
15-5.0 LANDSCAPING
15-5.01 General Benefits
15-5.02 Landscaping Policies
15-5.02.01 Planting Policy
15-5.02.02 Protection of Existing Vegetation
15-5.02.03 Turf Establishment, Topsoil and Sodding
15-6.0 FENCING
15-6.01 General Warrants and Location
15-6.02 Freeways
15-6.03 Unlimited Access Highways
15-6.04 Fencing and Railings on Highway Structures
15-6.04.01 General
15-6.04.02 Highway Overpasses with Sidewalks
15-6.04.03 Highway Overpasses without Sidewalks
15-6.04.04 Stream and Wetland Overpasses
15-6.04.05 Railroad Overpasses
15-6.04.06 Pedestrian Overpasses
15-6.04.07 Walls
15-6.04.08 Railing and Fencing at Lighting and Signing Standards
15-6.05 Fencing Delineation on Contract Plans
15-7.0 NOISE BARRIER IMPACTS
15-7.01 Roadside Safety
15-7.02 Sight Distance
15-7.03 Right-of-Way
15-7.04 Interference with Roadside Appurtenances
15-7.05 Additional Design Criteria
15-8.0 ILLUMINATION (CUTOFF LIGHTING)
15-9.0 REFERENCES
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