A. STAGE II FPID(S): 440821-1-32-01 April 24, 2017 April

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A. STAGE II FPID(S): 440821-1-32-01 April 24, 2017 April
A. STAGE II FPID(S): 440821-1-32-01
April 24, 2017
April 24, 2017
EXHIBIT A
SCOPE OF SERVICES
FOR
FINANCIAL PROJECT ID(S). 440821-1-32-01
DISTRICT FIVE
1
PURPOSE __________________________________________________________29
2
PROJECT DESCRIPTION ___________________________________________30
2.1
Project General and Roadway (Activities 3, 4, and 5) ___________________35
2.2
Drainage (Activities 6a and 6b) (N/A) _______________________________35
2.3
Utilities Coordination (Activity 7) __________________________________35
2.4
Environmental Permits, Compliances, and Clearances (Activity 8) (N/A) ___36
2.5
Structures (Activities 9 – 18) (N/A) _________________________________36
2.6
Signing and Pavement Markings (Activities 19 & 20) (N/A) _____________36
2.7
Signalization (Activities 21 & 22) (N/A) _____________________________37
2.8
Lighting (Activities 23 & 24) (N/A) ________________________________37
2.9
Landscape Architecture (Activities 25 & 26) (N/A) ____________________37
2.10 Survey (Activity 27) (N/A) _______________________________________37
2.11 Photogrammetry (Activity 28) (N/A)________________________________37
2.12 Mapping (Activity 29) (N/A) ______________________________________37
2.13 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR (Activity 30) (N/A) ________________________37
2.14 Architecture (Activity 31) (N/A) ___________________________________37
2.15 Noise Barriers (Activity 32) (N/A) _________________________________37
2.16 Intelligent Transportation Systems (Activities 33 & 34) _________________37
The Consultant shall insure that Statutory Project Management and Cyber Security
Standards are met _______________________________________________42
2.17 Geotechnical (Activity 35) (N/A) __________________________________44
2.18 Project Schedule ________________________________________________44
2.19 Submittals_____________________________________________________45
2.20 Provisions for Work _____________________________________________45
3
PROJECT COMMON AND PROJECT GENERAL TASKS _______________51
3.1
Public Involvement (N/A) ________________________________________54
3.1.1 Community Awareness Plan (N/A) _________________________________54
3.1.2 Notifications (N/A) _____________________________________________54
3.1.3 Preparing Mailing Lists (N/A) _____________________________________54
3.1.4 Median Modification Letters (N/A) _________________________________54
3.1.5 Driveway Modification Letters (N/A) _______________________________54
3.1.6 Newsletters (N/A) ______________________________________________54
3.1.7 Renderings and Fly-Throughs (N/A) ________________________________54
3.1.8 PowerPoint Presentations (N/A) ___________________________________54
3.1.9 Public Meeting Preparations (N/A) _________________________________54
3.1.10 Public Meeting Attendance and Follow-up (N/A) ______________________54
3.1.11 Other Agency Meetings (N/A) _____________________________________54
3.1.12 Web Site (N/A) ________________________________________________54
3.2
Joint Project Agreements (N/A) ____________________________________54
3.3
Specifications Package Preparation _________________________________54
3.4
Contract Maintenance and Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)55
3.5
Value Engineering (Multi-Discipline Team) Review (N/A) ______________55
3.6
Prime Consultant Project Manager Meetings (N/A) ____________________55
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3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
Plans Update (N/A) _____________________________________________55
Post Design Services ____________________________________________55
Digital Delivery ________________________________________________55
Risk Assessment Workshop (N/A) _________________________________55
Railroad, Transit and/or Airport Coordination (N/A) ___________________55
Other Project General Tasks (N/A) _________________________________55
4
ROADWAY ANALYSIS and tasks 4.1 – 4.21 are N/A. _____________________55
4.1
Typical Section Package (N/A) ____________________________________55
4.2
Pavement Type Selection Report (N/A) _____________________________55
4.3
Pavement Design Package (N/A) ___________________________________55
4.4
Cross-Slope Correction (N/A) _____________________________________55
4.5
Horizontal/Vertical Master Design Files (N/A) ________________________55
4.6
Access Management (N/A) _______________________________________55
4.7
Roundabout Evaluation (N/A) _____________________________________55
4.8
Roundabout Final Design Analysis (N/A) ____________________________55
4.9
Cross Section Design Files (N/A) __________________________________55
4.10 Traffic Control Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________56
4.11 Master TCP Design Files (N/A)____________________________________56
4.12 Design Variations and Exceptions (N/A)_____________________________56
4.13 Design Report (N/A) ____________________________________________56
4.14 Quantities (N/A) ________________________________________________56
4.15 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________56
4.16 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________56
4.17 Other Roadway Analyses (N/A) ___________________________________56
4.18 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________56
4.19 Monitor Existing Structures (N/A) _________________________________56
4.20 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________56
4.21 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________56
4.22 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________56
4.23 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________56
4.24 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________56
5
ROADWAY PLANS and tasks 5.1 – 5.28 are N/A. ________________________56
5.1
Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________56
5.2
Summary of Pay Items Including Quantity Input (N/A) _________________56
5.3
Typical Section Sheets (N/A)______________________________________56
5.4
General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A) _______________________________56
5.5
Summary of Quantities Sheets (N/A) _______________________________56
5.6
Project Layout (N/A) ____________________________________________56
5.7
Plan/Profile Sheet (N/A) _________________________________________56
5.8
Profile Sheet (N/A) _____________________________________________56
5.9
Plan Sheet (N/A) _______________________________________________56
5.10 Special Profile (N/A) ____________________________________________56
5.11 Back-of-Sidewalk Profile Sheet (N/A) ______________________________56
5.12 Interchange Layout Sheet (N/A) ___________________________________56
5.13 Ramp Terminal Details (Plan View) (N/A) ___________________________56
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5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
5.21
5.22
5.23
5.24
5.25
5.26
5.27
Intersection Layout Details (N/A) __________________________________56
Special Details (N/A) ____________________________________________56
Cross-Section Pattern Sheet(s) (N/A) _______________________________56
Roadway Soil Survey Sheet(s) (N/A) _______________________________56
Cross Sections (N/A) ____________________________________________56
Temporary Traffic Control Plan Sheets (N/A)_________________________56
Temporary Traffic Control Cross Section Sheets (N/A) _________________56
Temporary Traffic Control Detail Sheets (N/A) _______________________56
Utility Adjustment Sheets (N/A) ___________________________________56
Selective Clearing and Grubbing Sheet(s) (N/A)_______________________56
Project Network Control Sheet (N/A) _______________________________56
Environmental Detail Sheets (N/A) _________________________________56
Utility Verification Sheet(s) (SUE Data) (N/A)________________________56
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________56
6a
DRAINAGE ANALYSIS and tasks 6a.1 – 6a.25 are N/A. ___________________57
6a.1 Drainage Map Hydrology (N/A) ___________________________________57
6a.2 Base Clearance Report (N/A)______________________________________57
6a.3 Pond Siting Analysis and Report (N/A) ______________________________57
6a.4 Design of Cross Drains (N/A) _____________________________________57
6a.5 Design of Ditches (N/A) _________________________________________57
6a.6 Design of Stormwater Management Facility (Offsite or Infield Pond) (N/A) _57
6a.7 Design of Stormwater Management Facility (Roadside Ditch as Linear Pond)
(N/A) ________________________________________________________57
6a.8 Design of Floodplain Compensation (N/A) ___________________________57
6a.9 Design of Storm Drains (N/A) _____________________________________57
6a.11 French Drain Systems (N/A) ______________________________________57
6a.12 Drainage Wells (N/A) ___________________________________________57
6a.13 Drainage Design Documentation Report (N/A)________________________57
6a.14 Bridge Hydraulic Report (N/A) ____________________________________57
6a.15 Temporary Drainage Analysis (N/A) ________________________________57
6a.16 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________57
6a.17 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________57
6a.18 Other Drainage Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________57
6a.19 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________57
6a.20 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________57
6a.21 Environmental Look-Around Meetings (N/A)_________________________57
6a.22 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________57
6a.23 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________57
6a.24 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________57
6a.25 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________57
6b
DRAINAGE PLANS and tasks 6b.1 – 6b.14 are N/A. ______________________57
6b.1 Drainage Map (Including Interchanges) (N/A) ________________________57
6b.2 Bridge Hydraulics Recommendation Sheets (N/A) _____________________57
6b.3 Summary of Drainage Structures (N/A) _____________________________57
6b.4 Optional Pipe/Culvert Material (N/A) _______________________________57
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6b.5
6b.6
6b.7
6b.8
6b.9
6b.10
6b.11
6b.12
6b.13
6b.14
Drainage Structure Sheet(s) (Per Structure) (N/A) _____________________57
Miscellaneous Drainage Detail Sheets (N/A) _________________________57
Lateral Ditch Plan/Profile (N/A) ___________________________________57
Lateral Ditch Cross Sections (N/A) _________________________________57
Retention/Detention Pond Detail Sheet(s) (N/A)_______________________57
Retention Pond Cross Sections (N/A) _______________________________57
Erosion Control Plan Sheet(s) (N/A) ________________________________57
SWPPP Sheet(s) (N/A) __________________________________________57
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________57
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________57
7
UTILITIES _________________________________________________________58
7.1
Utility Kickoff Meeting __________________________________________58
7.2
Identify Existing Utility Agency Owner(s) ___________________________58
7.3
Make Utility Contacts ___________________________________________58
7.4
Exception Processing (N/A)_______________________________________58
7.5
Preliminary Utility Meeting (N/A)__________________________________58
7.6
Individual/Field Meetings (N/A) ___________________________________58
7.7
Collect and Review Plans and Data from UAO(s)______________________58
7.8
Subordination of Easements Coordination (N/A) ______________________58
7.9
Utility Design Meeting___________________________________________58
7.10 Review Utility Markups & Work Schedules and Processing of Schedules &
Agreements ___________________________________________________59
7.11 Utility Coordination/Follow-up ____________________________________59
7.12 Utility Constructability Review (N/A) _______________________________59
7.13 Additional Utility Services (N/A) __________________________________59
7.14 Processing Utility Work by Highway Contractor (UWHC) (N/A) _________59
7.15 Contract Plans to UAO(s) (N/A) ___________________________________59
7.16 Certification/Close-Out (N/A) _____________________________________59
7.17 Other Utilities (N/A) ____________________________________________59
8
ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS, COMPLIANCE AND CLEARANCES _____59
8.1
Preliminary Project Research ______________________________________60
8.2
Field Work ____________________________________________________60
8.3
Agency Verification of Wetland Data _______________________________61
8.4
Complete and Submit All Required Permit Applications ________________61
8.5
Prepare Dredge and Fill Sketches (as needed) _________________________61
8.6
Prepare USCG Permit ___________________________________________61
8.7
Prepare Water Management District Right of Way Occupancy Permit _____61
8.8
Prepare Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) Permit Application (as
needed) _______________________________________________________61
8.9
Prepare Tree Permit Information (as needed) _________________________61
8.10 Mitigation Design ______________________________________________61
8.11 Mitigation Coordination and Meetings ______________________________62
8.12 Other Environmental Permits______________________________________62
8.13 Technical Support to the DEPARTMENT for Environmental Clearances and
Re-evaluations _________________________________________________62
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8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
8.19
8.20
Preparation of Environmental Clearances and Reevaluations _____________63
Contamination Impact Analysis ____________________________________63
Asbestos Survey ________________________________________________64
Technical Meetings _____________________________________________64
Quality Assurance/Quality Control _________________________________64
Supervision____________________________________________________64
Coordination___________________________________________________64
9
STRUCTURES - SUMMARY AND MISCELLANEOUS TASKS AND
DRAWINGS and task 9.1 – 9.15 are N/A. ________________________________64
9.2
Project Layout (N/A) ____________________________________________64
9.3
General Notes and Bid Item Notes (N/A) ____________________________64
9.4
Miscellaneous Common Details (N/A) ______________________________64
9.5
Incorporate Report of Core Borings (N/A) ___________________________64
9.6
Existing Bridge Plans (N/A) ______________________________________64
9.7
Assemble Plan Summary Boxes and Quantities (N/A) __________________64
9.8
Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________64
9.9
Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________64
9.10 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________64
9.11 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________64
9.12 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________64
9.13 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________64
9.14 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________64
9.15 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________64
10
STRUCTURES - BRIDGE DEVELOPMENT REPORT and tasks 10.1 – 10.35
are N/A. ____________________________________________________________64
General Requirements and tasks 10.1 – 10.3 are N/A. ________________________64
10.1 Bridge Geometry (N/A) __________________________________________64
10.2 Ship Impact Data Collection (N/A) _________________________________64
10.3 Ship Impact Criteria (N/A)________________________________________64
Superstructure Alternatives and tasks 10.4 – 10.7 are N/A. ____________________64
10.4 Short Span Concrete (N/A) _______________________________________65
10.5 Medium-Span Concrete (N/A) _____________________________________65
10.6 Long Span Concrete (N/A) _______________________________________65
10.7 Structural Steel (N/A) ___________________________________________65
Foundation and Substructure Alternatives and tasks 10.8 – 10.10 are N/A. ________65
10.8 Pier/Bent (N/A) ________________________________________________65
10.9 Shallow Foundations / GRS Abutments (N/A) ________________________65
10.10 Deep Foundations (N/A) _________________________________________65
Movable Span and tasks 10.11 – 10.23 are N/A. _____________________________65
10.11 Data Collection and Design Criteria (N/A) ___________________________65
10.12 Movable Span Geometrics and Clearances (N/A) ______________________65
10.13 Deck System Evaluation (N/A) ____________________________________65
10.14 Framing Plan Development (N/A) __________________________________65
10.15 Main Girder Preliminary Design (N/A) ______________________________65
10.16 Conceptual Span Balance/Counterweight (N/A) _______________________65
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10.17 Support System Development (N/A) ________________________________65
10.18 Drive Power Calculations (N/A) ___________________________________65
10.19 Drive System Development (N/A) __________________________________65
10.20 Power and Control Development (N/A) _____________________________65
10.21 Conceptual Pier Design (N/A) _____________________________________65
10.22 Foundation Analysis (FL PIER) (N/A) ______________________________65
10.23 Tender Visibility Study (N/A) _____________________________________65
Other BDR Issues and tasks 10.24 – 10.30 are N/A. __________________________65
10.24 Aesthetics (N/A) _______________________________________________65
10.25 TCP/Staged Construction Requirements (N/A) ________________________65
10.26 Constructability Requirements (N/A) _______________________________65
10.27 Load Rating for Damaged/Widened Structures (N/A)___________________65
10.28 Quantity and Cost Estimates (N/A) _________________________________65
10.29 Quantity and Cost Estimates - Movable Span (N/A) ____________________65
10.30 Wall Type Justification (N/A) _____________________________________65
Report Preparation and tasks 10.31 – 10.35 are N/A. _________________________65
10.31 Exhibits (N/A) _________________________________________________65
10.32 Exhibits - Movable Span (N/A) ____________________________________65
10.33 Report Preparation (N/A) _________________________________________65
10.34 Report Preparation - Movable Span (N/A) ___________________________65
10.35 BDR Submittal Package (N/A) ____________________________________65
Preliminary Plans (N/A)________________________________________________65
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STRUCTURES - TEMPORARY BRIDGE and tasks 11.1 – 11.8 are N/A. _____65
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 11.1 – 11.3 are N/A. _______________65
11.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A) _______________________________65
11.2 General Plan and Elevation (N/A) __________________________________65
11.3 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________65
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 11.4 – 11.5 are N/A. ____________________65
11.4 End Bent Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________65
11.5 End Bent Details (N/A) __________________________________________65
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 11.6 – 11.7 are N/A. ______________66
11.6 Intermediate Bent Structural Design (N/A) ___________________________66
11.7 Intermediate Bent Details (N/A) ___________________________________66
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 11.8 is N/A. _____________66
11.8 Foundation Layout (N/A)_________________________________________66
12
STRUCTURES - SHORT SPAN CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 12.1 – 12.28
are N/A. ____________________________________________________________66
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 12.1 – 12.6 are N/A. _______________66
12.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A) _______________________________66
12.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A) ______________________________66
12.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A) __________________________________66
12.4 Construction Staging (N/A) _______________________________________66
12.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A) ______________________________66
12.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________66
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 12.7 – 12.10 are N/A. ___________________66
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12.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A) ________________________________________66
12.8 End Bent Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________66
12.9 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) _________________________________66
12.10 End Bent Details (N/A) __________________________________________66
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 12.11 – 12.15 are N/A.____________66
12.11 Bent Geometry (N/A)____________________________________________66
12.12 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A) _____________________________________66
12.13 Bent Structural Design (N/A)______________________________________66
12.14 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) ____________________________________66
12.15 Bent Details (N/A) ______________________________________________66
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 12.16 is N/A. ____________66
12.16 Foundation Layout (N/A)_________________________________________66
Superstructure Design and Plans and tasks 12.17 – 12.18 are N/A. ______________66
12.17 Finish Grade Elevation Calculation (N/A)____________________________66
12.18 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________________________66
Cast-In-Place Slab Bridges and tasks 12.19 – 12.21 are N/A. ___________________66
12.19 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)________________________________________66
12.20 Superstructure Plan (N/A) ________________________________________66
12.21 Superstructure Sections and Details (N/A) ___________________________66
Prestressed Slab Unit Bridges and tasks 12.22 – 12.26 are N/A._________________66
12.22 Prestressed Slab Unit Design (N/A)_________________________________66
12.23 Prestressed Slab Unit Layout (N/A)_________________________________66
12.24 Prestressed Slab Unit Details and Schedule (N/A) _____________________66
12.25 Deck Topping Reinforcing Layout (N/A) ____________________________66
12.26 Superstructure Sections and Details (N/A) ___________________________66
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 12.27 is N/A. _______________________________66
12.27 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A) ___________________________66
Load Rating and task 12.28 is N/A. _______________________________________66
12.28 Load Rating (N/A) ______________________________________________66
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STRUCTURES - MEDIUM SPAN CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 13.1 – 13. 55
are N/A. ____________________________________________________________67
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 13.1 – 13.6 are N/A. _______________67
13.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A) _______________________________67
13.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A) ______________________________67
13.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A) __________________________________67
13.4 Construction Staging (N/A) _______________________________________67
13.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A) ______________________________67
13.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________67
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 13.7 – 13.11 are N/A. ___________________67
13.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A) ________________________________________67
13.8 Wingwall Design and Geometry (N/A) ______________________________67
13.9 End Bent Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________67
13.10 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) _________________________________67
13.11 End Bent Details (N/A) __________________________________________67
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 13.12 – 13.16 are N/A.____________67
13.12 Bent Geometry (N/A)____________________________________________67
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13.13 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A) _____________________________________67
13.14 Bent Structural Design (N/A)______________________________________67
13.15 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) ____________________________________67
13.16 Bent Details (N/A) ______________________________________________67
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 13.17 – 13.21 are N/A. _______________________67
13.17 Pier Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________________67
13.18 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A) ______________________________________67
13.19 Pier Structural Design (N/A) ______________________________________67
13.20 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A) _____________________________________67
13.21 Pier Details (N/A) ______________________________________________67
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 13.22 are N/A. ___________67
13.22 Foundation Layout (N/A)_________________________________________67
Superstructure Deck Design and Plans and tasks 13.23 – 13.30 are N/A.__________67
13.23 Finish Grade Elevation (FGE) Calculation (N/A) ______________________67
13.24 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________________________67
13.25 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)________________________________________67
13.26 Bridge Deck Reinforcing and Concrete Quantities (N/A) ________________67
13.27 Diaphragm Design/Jacking Loads (N/A) _____________________________67
13.28 Superstructure Plan (N/A) ________________________________________67
13.29 Superstructure Section (N/A) ______________________________________67
13.30 Miscellaneous Superstructure Details (N/A) __________________________67
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 13.31 is N/A. _______________________________67
13.31 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A) ___________________________67
Continuous Concrete Girder Design and tasks 13.32 – 13.48 are N/A. ___________67
13.32 Section Properties (N/A) _________________________________________67
13.33 Material Properties (N/A) ________________________________________67
13.34 Construction Sequence (N/A) _____________________________________67
13.35 Tendon Layouts (N/A) ___________________________________________67
13.36 Live Load Analysis (N/A) ________________________________________67
13.37 Temperature Gradient (N/A) ______________________________________68
13.38 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A) ___________________________________68
13.39 Stress Summary (N/A) ___________________________________________68
13.40 Ultimate Moments (N/A) _________________________________________68
13.41 Ultimate Shear (N/A) ____________________________________________68
13.42 Construction Loading (N/A) ______________________________________68
13.43 Framing Plan (N/A) _____________________________________________68
13.44 Girder Elevation, including Grouting Plan and Vent Locations (N/A) ______68
13.45 Girder Details (N/A) ____________________________________________68
13.46 Erection Sequence (N/A) _________________________________________68
13.47 Splice Details (N/A) _____________________________________________68
13.48 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A) _______________________________68
Simple Span Concrete Design and tasks 13.49 – 13.51 are N/A. ________________68
13.49 Prestressed Beam (N/A) __________________________________________68
13.50 Prestressed Beam Schedules (N/A) _________________________________68
13.51 Framing Plan (N/A) _____________________________________________68
Beam Stability and task 13.52 is N/A. _____________________________________68
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13.52 Beam/Girder Stability (N/A) ______________________________________68
Bearing and tasks 13.53 – 13.54 are N/A. __________________________________68
13.53 Bearing Pad and Bearing Plate Design (N/A) _________________________68
13.54 Bearing Pad and Bearing Plate Details (N/A) _________________________68
Load Rating and task 13.55 is N/A. _______________________________________68
13.55 Load Ratings (N/A) _____________________________________________68
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STRUCTURES - STRUCTURAL STEEL BRIDGE and tasks 14.1 – 14. 60 are
N/A. _______________________________________________________________68
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 14.1 – 14.6 are N/A. _______________68
14.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A) _______________________________68
14.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A) ______________________________68
14.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A) __________________________________68
14.4 Construction Staging (N/A) _______________________________________68
14.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A) ______________________________68
14.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________68
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 14.7 – 14.11 are N/A. ___________________68
14.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A) ________________________________________68
14.8 Wingwall Design and Geometry (N/A) ______________________________68
14.9 End Bent Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________68
14.10 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) _________________________________68
14.11 End Bent Details (N/A) __________________________________________68
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 14.12 – 14.16 are N/A.____________68
14.12 Bent Geometry (N/A)____________________________________________68
14.13 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A) _____________________________________68
14.14 Bent Structural Design (N/A)______________________________________68
14.15 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) ____________________________________68
14.16 Bent Details (N/A) ______________________________________________68
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 14.17 – 14.21 are N/A. _______________________68
14.17 Pier Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________________68
14.18 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A) ______________________________________69
14.19 Pier Structural Design (N/A) ______________________________________69
14.20 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A) _____________________________________69
14.21 Pier Details (N/A) ______________________________________________69
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 14.22 are N/A. ___________69
14.22 Foundation Layout (N/A)_________________________________________69
Superstructure Deck Design and Plans and tasks 14.23 – 14.29 are N/A.__________69
14.23 Finish Grade Elevation (FGE) Calculation (N/A) ______________________69
14.24 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________________________69
14.25 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)________________________________________69
14.26 Bridge Deck Reinforcing and Concrete Quantities (N/A) ________________69
14.27 Superstructure Plan (N/A) ________________________________________69
14.28 Superstructure Section (N/A) ______________________________________69
14.29 Miscellaneous Bridge Deck Details (N/A) ___________________________69
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 14.30 are N/A. ______________________________69
14.30 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A) ___________________________69
Structural Steel Plate Girder Design and tasks 14.31 – 14.44 are N/A.____________69
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14.31 Unit Modeling (N/A) ____________________________________________69
14.32 Section Design (N/A) ____________________________________________69
14.33 Stiffener Design and Locations (N/A) _______________________________69
14.34 Cross-frame Design (N/A) ________________________________________69
14.35 Connections (N/A) ______________________________________________69
14.36 Bearing Assembly Design and Detailing (With Jacking Analysis) (N/A) ____69
14.37 Splice Design (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.38 Shear Stud Connectors (N/A) _____________________________________69
14.39 Deflection Analysis (N/A) ________________________________________69
14.40 Framing Plan (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.41 Girder Elevation (N/A) __________________________________________69
14.42 Structural Steel Details (N/A) _____________________________________69
14.43 Splice Details (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.44 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A) _______________________________69
Structural Steel Box Girder Design and tasks 14.45 – 14.59 are N/A. ____________69
14.45 Unit Modeling (N/A) ____________________________________________69
14.46 Section Design (N/A) ____________________________________________69
14.47 Stiffener Design and Locations (N/A) _______________________________69
14.48 Interior Cross-Frame Design (N/A) _________________________________69
14.49 Exterior Cross-Frame Design (N/A) ________________________________69
14.50 Connections (N/A) ______________________________________________69
14.51 Bearing Assembly Design and Detailing (with Jacking Analysis) (N/A) ____69
14.52 Splice Design (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.53 Shear Stud Connectors (N/A) _____________________________________69
14.54 Deflection Analysis (N/A) ________________________________________69
14.55 Framing Plan (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.56 Girder Elevation (N/A) __________________________________________69
14.57 Structural Steel Details (N/A) _____________________________________69
14.58 Splice Details (N/A) _____________________________________________69
14.59 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A) _______________________________70
Erection Scheme and tasks 14.60 – 14.61 are N/A. ___________________________70
14.60 Erection Scheme Analysis (N/A) ___________________________________70
14.61 Erection Scheme (N/A) __________________________________________70
Load Rating and task 14.62 are N/A. ______________________________________70
14.62 Load Rating (N/A) ______________________________________________70
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STRUCTURES - SEGMENTAL CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 15.1 – 15.77
are N/A. ____________________________________________________________70
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 15.1 – 15.9 are N/A. _______________70
15.1 Final Bridge Geometry (N/A) _____________________________________70
15.2 Casting Geometry Calculation (N/A)________________________________70
15.3 Finish Grade Geometry Calculation (N/A) ___________________________70
15.4 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________________________70
15.5 Construction Schedule (N/A) ______________________________________70
15.6 General Plan and Elevation (N/A) __________________________________70
15.7 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A) ______________________________70
15.8 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________70
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15.9 Existing Bridge Plans (N/A) ______________________________________70
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 15.10 – 15.14 are N/A. __________________70
15.10 End Bent Geometry (N/A) ________________________________________70
15.11 Wingwall Geometry and Design (N/A) ______________________________70
15.12 End Bent Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________70
15.13 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A) _________________________________70
15.14 End Bent Details (N/A) __________________________________________70
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 15.15 – 15.20 are N/A. _______________________70
15.15 Pier Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________________70
15.16 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A) ______________________________________70
15.17 Pier Construction Loads (N/A) ____________________________________70
15.18 Pier Structural Design (N/A) ______________________________________70
15.19 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A) _____________________________________70
15.20 Pier Details (N/A) ______________________________________________70
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 15.21 are N/A. ___________70
15.21 Foundation Layout (N/A)_________________________________________70
Longitudinal Analysis and tasks 15.22 – 15.33 are N/A. ______________________70
15.22 Section Properties (N/A) _________________________________________70
15.23 Material Properties (N/A) ________________________________________70
15.24 Superimposed Dead Loads (N/A) __________________________________70
15.25 Construction Sequence (N/A) _____________________________________70
15.26 Tendon Layouts (N/A) ___________________________________________70
15.27 Live Load Analysis (N/A) ________________________________________70
15.28 Temperature Gradient (N/A) ______________________________________70
15.29 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A) ___________________________________70
15.30 Stress Summary (N/A) ___________________________________________70
15.31 Ultimate Moments (N/A) _________________________________________70
15.32 Ultimate Shear (N/A) ____________________________________________70
15.33 Construction Loading (N/A) ______________________________________71
Transverse Analysis and tasks 15.34 – 15.39 are N/A. ________________________71
15.34 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A) ___________________________________71
15.35 Live Load Analysis (N/A) ________________________________________71
15.36 Temperature Gradient (N/A) ______________________________________71
15.37 Stress Summary (N/A) ___________________________________________71
15.38 Ultimate Moments (N/A) _________________________________________71
15.39 Construction Loading (N/A) ______________________________________71
Superstructure Design and tasks 15.40 – 15.47 are N/A._______________________71
15.40 Typical Segment (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.41 Pier Segment (N/A) _____________________________________________71
15.42 Expansion Joint Segment (N/A)____________________________________71
15.43 Blister Details (N/A) ____________________________________________71
15.44 Deviator Blocks (N/A) ___________________________________________71
15.45 Bearings (N/A) _________________________________________________71
15.46 Expansion Joints (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.47 Special Analysis (N/A) __________________________________________71
Superstructure Plans and tasks 15.48 – 15.57 are N/A. ________________________71
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15.48 Typical Sections (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.49 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________________________71
15.50 Segment Layout / Designations (N/A) ______________________________71
15.51 Typical Segments (N/A) _________________________________________71
15.52 Variable Depth Segments (N/A) ___________________________________71
15.53 Pier Segments (N/A) ____________________________________________71
15.54 Expansion Joint Segments (N/A) ___________________________________71
15.55 CIP Closure Joint Details (N/A) ___________________________________71
15.56 Casting Geometry (N/A) _________________________________________71
15.57 Integrated 3-D Drawings (N/A) ____________________________________71
Post-Tensioning Details and tasks 15.58 – 15.66 are N/A. _____________________71
15.58 Bulkhead Details (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.59 Transverse Tendon Layout (N/A) __________________________________71
15.60 Longitudinal Tendon Layout (N/A) _________________________________71
15.61 Temporary Post-Tensioning (N/A) _________________________________71
15.62 Quantities and Stressing Schedule (N/A)_____________________________71
15.63 Future Post-Tensioning (N/A) _____________________________________71
15.64 Anchorage Blisters (N/A) ________________________________________71
15.65 Deviation Blocks (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.66 PT Grouting Plan Details (N/A)____________________________________71
Miscellaneous Details and tasks 15.67 – 15.75 are N/A. _______________________71
15.67 Erection Sequence and Details (N/A) _______________________________71
15.68 Access Opening Details (N/A) _____________________________________71
15.69 Bearings (N/A) _________________________________________________71
15.70 Expansion Joints (N/A) __________________________________________71
15.71 Vermin Screen Details (N/A) ______________________________________71
15.72 Railing Details (N/A) ____________________________________________71
15.73 Lighting and Luminaries (N/A) ____________________________________71
15.74 Architectural Details (N/A) _______________________________________72
15.75 Special Systems (N/A) ___________________________________________72
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 15.76 are N/A. ______________________________72
15.76 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar Lists (N/A) ___________________________72
Load Rating and task 15.77 are N/A. ______________________________________72
15.77 Load Rating (LRFR) (N/A) _______________________________________72
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STRUCTURES - MOVABLE SPAN and tasks 16.1 – 16.102 are N/A. ________72
Final Design Bascule Pier and tasks 16.1- 16.9 are N/A. ______________________72
16.1 Pier Deck (N/A) ________________________________________________72
16.2 Leaf/Pier Clearance Diagrams (N/A) ________________________________72
16.3 Load Shoe Columns (N/A) _______________________________________72
16.4 Trunnion Columns (N/A) _________________________________________72
16.5 Foundations (N/A) ______________________________________________72
16.6 Footing (N/A) __________________________________________________72
16.7 Seal (N/A) ____________________________________________________72
16.8 Back Wall (Approach Span Bearings) Closed Piers only (N/A) ___________72
16.9 Bascule Pier Deck Elevations (N/A) ________________________________72
Bascule Pier Dimensions - Detailing and tasks 16.10- 16.12 are N/A. ____________72
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16.10 Pier Plan Views (N/A) ___________________________________________72
16.11 Pier Elevations Views (N/A) ______________________________________72
16.12 Pier Sections (N/A) _____________________________________________72
Bascule Pier Reinforcing Details and task 16.13 are N/A. _____________________72
16.13 Pier Reinforcing (N/A)___________________________________________72
Bascule Pier Miscellaneous Details and tasks 16.14 – 16.20 are N/A. ____________72
16.14 Pier Barrier Details (N/A) ________________________________________72
16.15 Stair Details (N/A) ______________________________________________72
16.16 Handrail Details (N/A) ___________________________________________72
16.17 Ladder and Hatch Details (N/A) ___________________________________72
16.18 Pier Equipment (N/A) ___________________________________________72
16.19 Bascule Pier Notes and Summary of Quantities (N/A) __________________72
16.20 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________72
Bascule Leaf Design and tasks 16.21 – 16.38 are N/A. ________________________72
16.21 Deck Design (N/A) _____________________________________________72
16.22 Sidewalk Design (N/A) __________________________________________72
16.23 Stringer Design (N/A) ___________________________________________72
16.24 Typical Floorbeam Design (N/A) __________________________________72
16.25 End Floorbeam Design (N/A) _____________________________________72
16.26 Deep Floorbeam Design (N/A) ____________________________________72
16.27 Sidewalk Bracket Design (N/A)____________________________________72
16.28 Roadway Bracket Design (N/A) ___________________________________72
16.29 Main Girder Influence Lines (N/A) _________________________________72
16.30 Main Girder Design (N/A) ________________________________________72
16.31 Trunnion Girder Design (N/A) ____________________________________72
16.32 Main Girder Camber Data (N/A) ___________________________________72
16.33 Leaf Lateral Bracing Design (N/A) _________________________________72
16.34 Counterweight Design (N/A) ______________________________________73
16.35 Live Load Shoe Design (N/A) _____________________________________73
16.36 Barrier Design (N/A) ____________________________________________73
16.37 Deck Elevations (N/A) ___________________________________________73
16.38 Balance Calculations (N/A) _______________________________________73
Bascule Leaf Detailing and tasks 16.39 – 16.59 are N/A. ______________________73
16.39 Bascule GP&E (N/A) ____________________________________________73
16.40 Bascule Leaf Notes (N/A) ________________________________________73
16.41 Framing Plan (N/A) _____________________________________________73
16.42 Flooring Plan and Details (N/A) ___________________________________73
16.43 Typical Section and Finish Grade Elevations (N/A) ____________________73
16.44 Girder Elevation (N/A) __________________________________________73
16.45 Girder Details (N/A) ____________________________________________73
16.46 Camber Layout (N/A) ___________________________________________73
16.47 Floor Beams (N/A)______________________________________________73
16.48 Counterweight Girder/Box (N/A) __________________________________73
16.49 Trunnion Girder (N/A) ___________________________________________73
16.50 Cylinder Girder (N/A) ___________________________________________73
16.51 Lateral Bracing Details (N/A) _____________________________________73
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16.52 Counterweight Bracing Details (N/A) _______________________________73
16.53 Joint Details (N/A) ______________________________________________73
16.54 Traffic Barrier Details (N/A) ______________________________________73
16.55 Pedestrian Rail and Support Details (N/A) ___________________________73
16.56 Curb and Sidewalk Details (N/A) __________________________________73
16.57 Barrier and Sidewalk Bracket Details (N/A) __________________________73
16.58 Counterweight Details (N/A) ______________________________________73
16.59 Stress Table or Influence Lines (N/A) _______________________________73
Mechanical Design and tasks 16.60 – 16.63 are N/A. _________________________73
16.60 Final Power Requirements (N/A)___________________________________73
16.61 Trunnion Assembly (N/A) ________________________________________73
16.62 Span Locks (N/A) ______________________________________________73
16.63 Sump Pumps (N/A) _____________________________________________73
Mechanical Drive Design and tasks 16.64 – 16.67 are N/A. ____________________73
16.64 Drive Shafts, Couplings, Keys, Bearings and Supports (N/A) ____________73
16.65 Rack and Pinion, Bearings and Supports (N/A) _______________________73
16.66 Drive Train (N/A) ______________________________________________73
16.67 Motor Brakes and Machinery Brakes (N/A) __________________________73
Hydraulic Drive Design and task 16.68 is N/A. _____________________________73
16.68 Hydraulic Drive (N/A) ___________________________________________73
Machinery Detailing and tasks 16.69 – 16.74 are N/A. ________________________73
16.69 Machinery Layout (N/A) _________________________________________73
16.70 Machinery Elevation (N/A) _______________________________________73
16.71 Machinery Section (N/A) _________________________________________73
16.72 Trunnion Assembly (N/A) ________________________________________73
16.73 Drive Details (N/A) _____________________________________________73
16.74 Span Locks (N/A) ______________________________________________73
Electrical Design and tasks 16.75 – 16.81 are N/A.___________________________74
16.75 Load Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________________74
16.76 Power Distribution (N/A)_________________________________________74
16.77 Drive Equipment (N/A) __________________________________________74
16.78 Bridge Controls (N/A) ___________________________________________74
16.79 Grounding (N/A) _______________________________________________74
16.80 Lightning and Surge Suppression (N/A) _____________________________74
16.81 Pier Lighting (N/A) _____________________________________________74
Electrical Detailing and tasks 16.82 – 16.94 are N/A. _________________________74
16.82 Electrical Plan and Elevation (N/A)_________________________________74
16.83 Electrical Symbols and Abbreviations (N/A) _________________________74
16.84 Single/Three Line Diagram (N/A) __________________________________74
16.85 Panel Board and Light Fixture Schedules (N/A) _______________________74
16.86 Wire and Conduit Schedules and Diagrams (N/A) _____________________74
16.87 Control Desk/Panel Layout (N/A) __________________________________74
16.88 Control Schematics (N/A) ________________________________________74
16.89 PLC Logic (N/A) _______________________________________________74
16.90 Communication System (N/A)_____________________________________74
16.91 Navigation Lighting Details (N/A) _________________________________74
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16.92 Pedestrian Gate, Traffic Gate, and Barrier Details (N/A) ________________74
16.93 Submarine Cable (N/A) __________________________________________74
16.94 Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ______________________________________74
Control House and tasks 16.95 – 16.100 are N/A. ____________________________74
16.95 Architectural Design (N/A) _______________________________________74
16.96 Architectural Details (N/A) _______________________________________74
16.97 Structural Design (N/A) __________________________________________74
16.98 Structural Details (N/A) __________________________________________74
16.99 HVAC/Plumbing Design (N/A) ____________________________________74
16.100 HVAC/Plumbing/Electrical Cables (N/A) ____________________________74
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 16.101 are N/A. _____________________________74
16.101 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A) ___________________________74
Load Rating and task 16.102 are N/A. _____________________________________74
16.102 Load Rating (N/A) ______________________________________________74
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STRUCTURES - RETAINING WALLS and tasks 17.1 – 17.21 are N/A. ______74
General Requirements and tasks 17.1 – 17.2 are N/A. ________________________74
17.1 Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________74
17.2 Horizontal Wall Geometry (N/A) __________________________________74
Permanent Proprietary Walls and tasks 17.3 – 17.6 are N/A. ___________________74
17.3 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________74
17.4 Semi-Standard Drawings (N/A) ____________________________________74
17.5 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A) ___________________74
17.6 Details (N/A) __________________________________________________74
Temporary Proprietary Walls and tasks 17.7 – 17.10 are N/A. __________________74
17.7 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________74
17.8 Semi-Standard Drawings (N/A) ____________________________________74
17.9 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A) ___________________75
17.10 Details (N/A) __________________________________________________75
Cast-In-Place Retaining Walls and tasks 17.11 – 17.16 are N/A. ________________75
17.11 Design (N/A) __________________________________________________75
17.12 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________75
17.13 General Notes (N/A) ____________________________________________75
17.14 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A) ___________________75
17.15 Sections and Details (N/A)________________________________________75
17.16 Reinforcing Bar List (N/A) _______________________________________75
Other Retaining Walls and Bulkheads and tasks 17.17 – 17.21 are N/A. __________75
17.17 Design (N/A) __________________________________________________75
17.18 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________75
17.19 General Notes, Tables and Miscellaneous Details (N/A) ________________75
17.20 Wall Plan and Elevations (N/A)____________________________________75
17.21 Details (N/A) __________________________________________________75
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STRUCTURES - MISCELLANEOUS and tasks 18.1 – 18.31 are N/A. ________75
Concrete Box Culverts and tasks 18.1 – 18.2 are N/A. ________________________75
18.1 Concrete Box Culverts (N/A)______________________________________75
18.2 Concrete Box Culverts Extensions (N/A) ____________________________75
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18.3 Concrete Box Culvert Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A) ___________________75
18.4 Concrete Box Culvert Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A) ________________75
Strain Poles and tasks 18.3 – 18.4 are N/A. _________________________________75
18.5 Steel Strain Poles (N/A) __________________________________________75
18.6 Concrete Strain Poles (N/A) ______________________________________75
18.8 Strain Pole Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A) _________________________75
Mast Arms and task 18.5 are N/A. ________________________________________75
18.9 Mast Arms (N/A) _______________________________________________75
18.10 Mast Arms Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A) ____________________________75
18.11 Mast Arms Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)_________________________75
Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structure and tasks 18.6 – 18.10 are N/A. _____________75
18.12 Cantilever Sign Structures (N/A) ___________________________________75
18.13 Overhead Span Sign Structures (N/A) _______________________________75
18.14 Special (Long Span) Overhead Sign Structures (N/A) __________________75
18.15 Monotube Overhead Sign Structure (N/A) ___________________________75
18.16 Bridge Mounted Signs (Attached to Superstructure) (N/A) ______________75
18.17 Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structures Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A) _______75
18.18 Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structures Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A) ____75
High Mast Lighting and task 18.11 are N/A. ________________________________75
18.19 Non-Standard High Mast Lighting Structures (N/A) ____________________75
18.20 High Mast Lighting Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A) __________________75
Noise Barrier Walls (Ground Mount) and tasks 18.12 – 18.18 are N/A.___________75
18.21 Horizontal Wall Geometry (N/A) __________________________________75
18.22 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A) ____________________________________75
18.23 Summary of Quantities – Aesthetic Requirements (N/A) ________________75
18.24 Control Drawings (N/A) _________________________________________76
18.25 Design of Noise Barrier Walls Covered by Standards (N/A) _____________76
18.26 Design of Noise Barrier Walls not Covered by Standards (N/A) __________76
18.27 Aesthetic Details (N/A) __________________________________________76
Special Structures and tasks 18.19 – 18.22 are N/A. __________________________76
18.28 Fender System (N/A) ____________________________________________76
18.28 Fender System (N/A) ____________________________________________76
18.30 Special Structures (N/A) _________________________________________76
18.31 Other Structures (N/A) ___________________________________________76
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SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING ANALYSIS and tasks 19.1 – 19.16 are
N/A ________________________________________________________________76
19.1 Traffic Data Analysis (N/A) ______________________________________76
19.2 No Passing Zone Study (N/A) _____________________________________76
19.3 Reference and Master Design File (N/A)_____________________________76
19.4 Multi-Post Sign Support Calculations (N/A) __________________________76
19.5 Sign Panel Design Analysis (N/A)__________________________________76
19.6 Sign Lighting/Electrical Calculations (N/A) __________________________76
19.7 Quantities (N/A) ________________________________________________76
19.8 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________76
19.9 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________76
19.10 Other Signing and Pavement Marking Analysis (N/A) __________________76
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19.11
19.12
19.13
19.14
19.15
19.16
Field Reviews __________________________________________________76
Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________76
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________76
Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________76
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________76
Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________76
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SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING PLANS and tasks 20.1 – 20.15 are
N/A. _______________________________________________________________76
20.1 Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________76
20.2 Summary of Pay Items Including TRNS*Port Input (N/A) _______________76
20.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A) ____________________________________76
20.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A) _______________________________76
20.5 Project Layout (N/A) ____________________________________________76
20.6 Plan Sheet (N/A) _______________________________________________76
20.7 Typical Details (N/A)____________________________________________76
20.8 Guide Sign Work Sheet(s) (N/A) ___________________________________76
20.9 Traffic Monitoring Site (N/A) _____________________________________76
20.10 Cross Sections (N/A) ____________________________________________76
20.11 Special Service Point Details (N/A)_________________________________76
20.12 Special Details (N/A) ____________________________________________76
20.13 Interim Standards (N/A)__________________________________________76
20.14 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________76
20.15 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________76
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SIGNALIZATION ANALYSIS and tasks 21.1 – 21.19 are N/A. _____________77
21.1 Traffic Data Collection (N/A) _____________________________________77
21.2 Traffic Data Analysis (N/A) ______________________________________77
21.3 Signal Warrant Study (N/A) ______________________________________77
21.4 Systems Timings (N/A) __________________________________________77
21.5 Reference and Master Signalization Design File (N/A) _________________77
21.6 Reference and Master Interconnect Communication Design File (N/A) _____77
21.7 Overhead Street Name Sign Design (N/A) ___________________________77
21.8 Pole Elevation Analysis (N/A) _____________________________________77
21.9 Traffic Signal Operation Report (N/A) ______________________________77
21.10 Quantities (N/A) ________________________________________________77
21.11 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________77
21.12 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________77
21.13 Other Signalization Analysis (N/A) _________________________________77
21.14 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________77
21.15 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________77
21.16 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________77
21.17 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________77
21.18 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________77
21.19 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________77
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SIGNALIZATION PLANS and tasks 22.1 – 22.18 are N/A. _________________77
22.1 Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________77
22.2 Summary of Pay Items Including Designer Interface (TRNS*Port) Input (N/A)77
22.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A) ____________________________________77
22.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A) _______________________________77
22.5 Plan Sheet (N/A) _______________________________________________77
22.6 Interconnect Plans (N/A) _________________________________________77
22.7 Traffic Monitoring Site (N/A) _____________________________________77
22.8 Guide Sign Worksheet (N/A) ______________________________________77
22.9 Special Details (N/A) ____________________________________________77
22.10 Special Service Point Details (N/A)_________________________________77
22.11 Mast Arm/Monotube Tabulation Sheet (N/A) _________________________77
22.12 Strain Pole Schedule (N/A) _______________________________________77
22.13 TCP Signal (Temporary) (N/A) ____________________________________77
22.14 Temporary Detection Sheet (N/A) __________________________________77
22.15 Utility Conflict Sheet (N/A) _______________________________________77
22.16 Interim Standards (N/A)__________________________________________77
22.17 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________77
22.18 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________77
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LIGHTING ANALYSIS and tasks 23.1 – 23.18 are N/A. ___________________77
23.1 Lighting Justification Report (N/A) _________________________________77
23.2 Lighting Design Analysis Report (N/A) _____________________________77
23.3 Aeronautical Evaluation (N/A) ____________________________________77
23.4 Voltage Drop Calculations (N/A) __________________________________78
23.5 FDEP Coordination and Report (N/A)_______________________________78
23.6 Reference and Master Design Files (N/A) ____________________________78
23.7 Temporary Lighting (N/A) ________________________________________78
23.8 Design Documentation (N/A) _____________________________________78
23.9 Quantities (N/A) ________________________________________________78
23.10 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________78
23.11 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________78
23.12 Other Lighting Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________78
23.13 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________78
23.14 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________78
23.15 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________78
23.16 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________78
23.17 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________78
23.18 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________78
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LIGHTING PLANS and tasks 24.1 – 24.14 are N/A. _______________________78
24.1 Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________78
24.2 Summary of Pay Item Sheet Including Designer Interface (TRNS*Port) Input
(N/A) ________________________________________________________78
24.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A) ____________________________________78
24.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A) _______________________________78
24.5 Pole Data, Legend & Criteria (N/A) ________________________________78
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24.6
24.7
24.8
24.9
24.10
24.11
24.12
24.13
24.14
Service Point Details (N/A) _______________________________________78
Project Layout (N/A) ____________________________________________78
Plan Sheet (N/A) _______________________________________________78
Special Details (N/A) ____________________________________________78
Temporary Lighting Data and Details (N/A) __________________________78
Traffic Control Plan Sheets (N/A) __________________________________78
Interim Standards (N/A)__________________________________________78
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________78
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________78
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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ANALYSIS and tasks 25.1 – 25.16 are N/A. _78
25.1 Data Collection (N/A) ___________________________________________78
25.2 Site Inventory and Analysis (N/A)__________________________________78
25.3 Planting Design (N/A) ___________________________________________78
25.4 Irrigation Design (N/A) __________________________________________78
25.5 Hardscape Design (N/A) _________________________________________78
25.6 Plan Summary Boxes (N/A) ______________________________________78
25.7 Cost Estimates (N/A) ____________________________________________78
25.8 Technical Special Provisions (N/A) _________________________________78
25.9 Other Landscape Architecture (N/A) ________________________________78
25.10 Outdoor Advertising (N/A) _______________________________________78
25.11 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________78
25.12 Technical Meetings / Public Meetings (N/A) _________________________79
25.13 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________79
25.14 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________79
25.15 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________79
25.16 Project Coordination (N/A) _______________________________________79
25.17 Interdisciplinary Coordination (N/A)________________________________79
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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PLANS and tasks 26.1 – 26.16 are N/A. ____79
26.1 Key Sheet (N/A)________________________________________________79
26.2 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A) ____________________________________79
26.3 General Notes (N/A) ____________________________________________79
26.4 Tree and Vegetation Inventory, Protection and Relocation Plans (N/A) _____79
26.5 Planting Plans for Linear Roadway Projects (N/A) _____________________79
26.6 Planting Plans (Interchanges and Toll Plazas) (N/A) ___________________79
26.7 Planting Details and Notes (N/A) __________________________________79
26.8 Irrigation Plans for Linear Roadway Project (N/A) _____________________79
26.9 Irrigation Plans for Interchange and Toll Plazas (N/A) __________________79
26.10 Irrigation Details and Notes (N/A)__________________________________79
26.11 Hardscape Plans (N/A)___________________________________________79
26.12 Hardscape Details and Notes (N/A) _________________________________79
26.13 Maintenance Plan (N/A) _________________________________________79
26.14 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________79
26.15 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________79
26.16 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________79
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SURVEY and tasks 27.1 – 27.35 are N/A. ________________________________79
27.1 Horizontal Project Control (HPC) (N/A) _____________________________79
27.2 Vertical Project Control (VPC) (N/A) _______________________________79
27.3 Alignment and/or Existing Right of Way (R/W) Lines (N/A)_____________79
27.4 Aerial Targets (N/A) ____________________________________________79
27.5 Reference Points (N/A) __________________________________________79
27.6 Topography/Digital Terrain Model (DTM) (3D) (N/A) _________________79
27.7 Planimetric (2D) (N/A) __________________________________________79
27.8 Roadway Cross Sections/Profiles (N/A) _____________________________79
27.9 Side Street Surveys (N/A) ________________________________________79
27.10 Underground Utilities (N/A) ______________________________________79
27.11 Outfall Survey (N/A) ____________________________________________79
27.12 Drainage Survey (N/A) __________________________________________79
27.13 Bridge Survey (Minor/Major) (N/A) ________________________________79
27.14 Channel Survey (N/A) ___________________________________________79
27.15 Pond Site Survey (N/A) __________________________________________79
27.16 Mitigation Survey (N/A) _________________________________________79
27.17 Jurisdiction Line Survey (N/A) ____________________________________79
27.18 Geotechnical Support (N/A) ______________________________________79
27.19 Sectional/Grant Survey (N/A) _____________________________________79
27.20 Subdivision Location (N/A) _______________________________________80
27.21 Maintained R/W (N/A) __________________________________________80
27.22 Boundary Survey (N/A) __________________________________________80
27.23 Water Boundary Survey (N/A) ____________________________________80
27.24 Right of Way Staking, Parcel / Right of Way Line (N/A) ________________80
27.25 Right of Way Monumentation (N/A) ________________________________80
27.26 Line Cutting (N/A) ______________________________________________80
27.27 Work Zone Safety (N/A) _________________________________________80
27.28 Miscellaneous Surveys (N/A) _____________________________________80
27.29 Supplemental Surveys (N/A) ______________________________________80
27.30 Document Research (N/A) ________________________________________80
27.31 Field Review (N/A) _____________________________________________80
27.32 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________80
27.33 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) (N/A) ____________________80
27.34 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________80
27.35 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________80
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PHOTOGRAMMETRY and tasks 28.1 – 28.25 are N/A. ___________________80
28.1 Flight Preparation (N/A) _________________________________________80
28.2 Control Point Coordination (N/A) __________________________________80
28.3 Mobilization (N/A) _____________________________________________80
28.4 Flight Operations (N/A) __________________________________________80
28.5 Film Processing (N/A) ___________________________________________80
28.6 Photo Products (N/A) ____________________________________________80
28.7 Scanning (N/A) ________________________________________________80
28.8 Lidar (N/A) ___________________________________________________80
28.9 Aerial Triangulation (N/A) _______________________________________80
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28.10
28.11
28.12
28.13
28.14
28.15
28.16
28.17
28.18
28.19
28.20
28.21
28.22
28.23
28.24
28.25
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Surfaces (N/A) _________________________________________________80
Ortho Generation (N/A) __________________________________________80
Rectified Digital Imagery (Georeferenced) (N/A) ______________________80
Mosaicking (N/A) ______________________________________________80
Sheet Clipping (N/A) ____________________________________________80
Topographics (3D) (N/A)_________________________________________80
Planimetrics (2D) (N/A)__________________________________________80
Drainage Basin (N/A) ___________________________________________80
CADD Edit (N/A) ______________________________________________80
Data Merging (N/A) _____________________________________________80
Miscellaneous (N/A) ____________________________________________80
Field Review (N/A) _____________________________________________80
Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________80
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________80
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________80
Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________80
MAPPING and tasks 29.1 – 29.36 are N/A. _______________________________81
Master CADD File and tasks 29.1 – 29.9 are N/A. ___________________________81
29.1 Alignment (N/A) _______________________________________________81
29.2 Section and 1/4 Section Lines (N/A) ________________________________81
29.3 Subdivisions / Property Lines (N/A) ________________________________81
29.4 Existing Right of Way (N/A) ______________________________________81
29.5 Topography (N/A) ______________________________________________81
29.6 Parent Tract Properties and Existing Easements (N/A) __________________81
29.7 Proposed Right of Way Requirements (N/A) _________________________81
29.8 Limits of Construction (N/A) ______________________________________81
29.9 Jurisdictional/Agency Lines (N/A) _________________________________81
Sheet Files and tasks 29.10 – 29.21 are N/A. _______________________________81
29.10 Control Survey Cover Sheet (N/A) _________________________________81
29.11 Control Survey Key Sheet (N/A) ___________________________________81
29.12 Control Survey Detail Sheet (N/A) _________________________________81
29.13 Right of Way Map Cover Sheet (N/A) ______________________________81
29.14 Right of Way Map Key Sheet (N/A) ________________________________81
29.15 Right of Way Map Detail Sheet (N/A) ______________________________81
29.16 Maintenance Map Cover Sheet (N/A) _______________________________81
29.17 Maintenance Map Key Sheet (N/A)_________________________________81
29.18 Maintenance Map Detail Sheet (N/A) _______________________________81
29.19 Reference Point Sheet (N/A) ______________________________________81
29.20 Project Network Control Sheet (N/A) _______________________________81
29.21 Table of Ownerships Sheet (N/A) __________________________________81
Miscellaneous Surveys and Sketches and tasks 29.22 – 29.36 are N/A. ___________81
29.22 Parcel Sketches (N/A) ___________________________________________81
29.23 TIITF Sketches (N/A) ___________________________________________81
29.24 Other Specific Purpose Survey(s) (N/A) _____________________________81
29.25 Boundary Survey(s) Map (N/A) ___________________________________81
29.26 Right of Way Monumentation Map (N/A) ___________________________81
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29.27
29.28
29.29
29.30
29.31
29.32
29.33
29.34
29.35
29.36
Title Search Map (N/A) __________________________________________81
Title Search Report (N/A) ________________________________________81
Legal Descriptions (N/A) _________________________________________81
Final Map/Plans Comparison (N/A) ________________________________81
Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________81
Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________81
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________81
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________81
Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________81
Supplemental Mapping (N/A) _____________________________________81
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TERRESTRIAL MOBILE LiDAR and tasks 30.1 – 30.19 are N/A.___________81
30.1 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mission Planning (N/A) ____________________81
30.2 Project Control Point Coordination (N/A) ____________________________81
30.3 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mobilization (N/A) ________________________81
30.4 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mission (N/A) ____________________________81
30.5 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Processing (N/A)__________________________82
30.6 Terrestrial Mobile Photography Processing (N/A) _____________________82
30.7 Transformation / Adjustment (N/A)_________________________________82
30.8 Classification / Editing (N/A) _____________________________________82
30.9 Specific Surface Reporting (N/A) __________________________________82
30.10 Topographic (3D) Mapping (N/A) __________________________________82
30.11 Topographic (2D) Planimetric Mapping (N/A) ________________________82
30.12 CADD Edits (N/A)______________________________________________82
30.13 Data Merging (N/A) _____________________________________________82
30.14 Miscellaneous (N/A) ____________________________________________82
30.15 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________82
30.16 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________82
30.17 Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (N/A) ___________________________82
30.18 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________82
30.19 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________82
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ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT and tasks 31.1 – 31.143 are N/A. _______82
Architectural Plans and tasks 31.1 – 31.37 are N/A. __________________________82
31.1 Architectural Program Review/Verification (N/A) _____________________82
31.2 Key Sheet and Index of Sheets (N/A) _______________________________82
31.3 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, and Legend (N/A) ______________82
31.4 Life Safety Plan(s) (N/A) _________________________________________82
31.5 Site Plan(s) (N/A)_______________________________________________82
31.6 Floor Plan(s) (small scale) (N/A) ___________________________________82
31.7 Floor Plan(s) (large scale) (N/A) ___________________________________82
31.8 Exterior Elevation(s) (N/A) _______________________________________82
31.9 Roof Plan(s) (N/A) ______________________________________________82
31.10 Roof Details (N/A) ______________________________________________82
31.11 Interior Elevation(s) (N/A)________________________________________82
31.12 Rest Room Plan(s) (Enlarged) (N/A) ________________________________82
31.13 Rest Room Elevation(s) (N/A) _____________________________________82
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31.14 Building Section(s) (N/A) ________________________________________82
31.15 Stair Section, Enlarged Stair Plan and Details (N/A) ___________________82
31.16 Reflective Ceiling Plan(s) (N/A) ___________________________________82
31.17 Room Finish Schedule or Finish Plan (N/A) __________________________82
31.18 Door and Window Finish Schedule (N/A) ____________________________82
31.19 Door Jamb Detail(s) and Window Details (N/A) _______________________82
31.20 Exterior Wall Section(s) (N/A) ____________________________________82
31.21 Interior Wall Section(s) (N/A) _____________________________________82
31.22 Overhead Door Detail(s) (N/A) ____________________________________82
31.23 Curtain Wall Detail(s) (N/A) ______________________________________82
31.24 Fascia, Soffit and Parapet Details (N/A) _____________________________82
31.25 Signage Detail(s) (N/A) __________________________________________82
31.26 Miscellaneous Detail(s) (N/A) _____________________________________82
31.27 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________82
31.28 Design Narrative Reports (N/A) ___________________________________82
31.29 Permitting (N/A) _______________________________________________83
31.30 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________83
31.31 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________83
31.32 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________83
31.33 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________83
31.34 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________83
31.35 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________83
31.36 Meeting with Independent Peer Review (N/A) ________________________83
31.37 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________83
Structural Plans and tasks 31.38 – 31.67 are N/A. ____________________________83
31.38 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, and Legend (N/A) ______________83
31.39 Foundation Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A) _____________________________83
31.40 Foundation Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) _____________________________83
31.41 Slab Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A) ___________________________________83
31.42 Slab Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) ___________________________________83
31.43 Slab Placement Plan(s) (N/A) _____________________________________83
31.44 Slab Placement Detail(s) (N/A) ____________________________________83
31.45 Foundation Section(s) (N/A) ______________________________________83
31.46 Foundation Detail(s) (N/A) _______________________________________83
31.47 Slab Section(s) (N/A) ____________________________________________83
31.48 Slab Detail(s) (N/A) _____________________________________________83
31.49 Roof Framing Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A) ___________________________83
31.50 Roof Framing Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) ___________________________83
31.51 Roof Loading Plan(s) and Detail(s) (N/A) ____________________________83
31.52 Roof Section(s) (N/A) ___________________________________________83
31.53 Roof Detail(s) (N/A) ____________________________________________83
31.54 Bearing Wall Section(s) (N/A)_____________________________________83
31.55 Bearing Wall Detail(s) (N/A) ______________________________________83
31.56 Column Section(s) (N/A) _________________________________________83
31.57 Column Detail(s) (N/A) __________________________________________83
31.58 Miscellaneous Sections (N/A) _____________________________________83
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31.59 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________83
31.60 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________83
31.61 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________83
31.62 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________83
31.63 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________83
31.64 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________83
31.65 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________83
31.66 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________83
31.67 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________83
Mechanical Plans and tasks 31.68 – 31.86 are N/A. __________________________83
31.68 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A) ___83
31.69 Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A) _______________________________________83
31.70 Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) _______________________________________83
31.71 Detail(s) (N/A) _________________________________________________83
31.72 Section(s) (N/A) ________________________________________________83
31.73 Piping Schematic(s) (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.74 Control Plan(s) (N/A)____________________________________________84
31.75 Schedule(s) (N/A) ______________________________________________84
31.76 HVAC Calculations (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.77 Life Cycle Cost Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________84
31.78 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________84
31.79 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________84
31.80 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________84
31.81 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________84
31.82 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________84
31.83 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.84 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________84
31.85 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________84
31.86 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________84
Plumbing Plans and tasks 31.87 – 31.101 are N/A. ___________________________84
31.87 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A) ___84
31.88 Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A) ______________________________________84
31.89 Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) _______________________________________84
31.90 Isometric(s) (Large Scale) (N/A) ___________________________________84
31.91 Riser Diagram(s) (N/A) __________________________________________84
31.92 Detail(s) (N/A) _________________________________________________84
31.93 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________84
31.94 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________84
31.95 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________84
31.96 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________84
31.97 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________84
31.98 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.99 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________84
31.100 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________84
31.101 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________84
Fire Protection Plans and tasks 31.102 – 31.114 are N/A.______________________84
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31.102 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A) ___84
31.103 Fire Protection Plan (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.104 Riser Diagram, Details, and Partial Plans (N/A) _______________________84
31.105 Hydraulic Calculation (N/A) ______________________________________84
31.106 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________84
31.107 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________84
31.108 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________84
31.109 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________84
31.110 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________84
31.111 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________84
31.112 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________84
31.113 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________84
31.114 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________84
Electrical Plans and tasks 31.115 – 31.143 are N/A. __________________________84
31.115 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A) ___84
31.116 Electrical Site Plan (N/A) ________________________________________85
31.117 Lighting Plan(s) (N/A) ___________________________________________85
31.118 Lighting Fixtures Schedule(s) (N/A) ________________________________85
31.119 Lighting Fixtures Detail(s) (N/A) __________________________________85
31.120 Lightning Protection Plan(s) (N/A) _________________________________85
31.121 Lightning Protection Details (N/A) _________________________________85
31.122 Power Plan(s) (N/A)_____________________________________________85
31.123 Power Distribution Riser Diagram(s) (N/A) __________________________85
31.124 Panel Board Schedule(s) (N/A) ____________________________________85
31.125 Data Plan(s) (N/A) ______________________________________________85
31.126 Data Detail(s) (N/A)_____________________________________________85
31.127 Communication Plan(s) (N/A) _____________________________________85
31.128 Communication Detail(s) (N/A) ___________________________________85
31.129 Security Alarm System Plan(s) (N/A) _______________________________85
31.130 Miscellaneous Detail(s) (N/A) _____________________________________85
31.131 Repetitive Sheets (N/A) __________________________________________85
31.132 Energy Analysis (N/A)___________________________________________85
31.133 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)_________________________85
31.134 Cost Estimate (N/A) _____________________________________________85
31.135 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A) _________________________85
31.136 Field Reviews (N/A) ____________________________________________85
31.137 Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________85
31.138 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________85
31.139 Independent Peer Review (N/A) ___________________________________85
31.140 Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________85
31.141 LEED Certification (N/A) ________________________________________85
31.142 Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________85
31.143 Building Information Modeling (BIM) (N/A) ________________________85
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NOISE BARRIERS IMPACT DESIGN ASSESSMENT IN THE DESIGN
PHASE and tasks 32.1 – 32.9 are N/A. ___________________________________85
32.1 Noise Analysis (N/A) ____________________________________________85
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32.2
32.3
32.4
32.5
32.6
32.7
32.8
32.9
Noise Barrier Evaluation (N/A) ____________________________________85
Public Involvement (N/A) ________________________________________85
Outdoor Advertising Identification (N/A) ____________________________85
Noise Study Report (NSR) Addendum (N/A) _________________________85
Technical Meetings (N/A) ________________________________________85
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A) ____________________________85
Supervision (N/A) ______________________________________________85
Coordination (N/A) _____________________________________________85
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INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS _____________85
33.2 Communications Plan ___________________________________________88
33.3 Lightning Protection Analysis _____________________________________89
33.4 Power Subsystem _______________________________________________89
33.5 Voltage Drop Calculations ________________________________________90
33.6 Design Documentation ___________________________________________90
33.7 Existing ITS ___________________________________________________90
33.8 Queue Analysis (N/A) ___________________________________________90
33.9 Reference and Master ITS Design File ______________________________90
33.10 Reference and Master Communications Design File ____________________90
33.11 Pole Elevation Analysis (N/A) _____________________________________91
33.12 Sign Panel Design Analysis (N/A)__________________________________91
33.13 Quantities _____________________________________________________91
33.14 Cost Estimate __________________________________________________91
33.15 Technical Special Provisions ______________________________________91
33.16 Other ITS Analyses _____________________________________________91
33.17 Field Reviews __________________________________________________91
(1)
Existing ITS Field Devices as compared with the latest FDOT standards and
District requirements _________________________________________________91
33.18 Technical Meetings _____________________________________________91
33.19 Quality Assurance / Quality Control ________________________________91
33.20 Supervision____________________________________________________92
33.21 Coordination___________________________________________________92
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INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS PLANS _________________92
34.1 Key Sheet _____________________________________________________92
34.2 Summary of Pay Items Including Designer Interface (TRNS*port) Input ___92
34.3 Tabulation of Quantities__________________________________________92
34.4 General Notes / Pay Item Notes ____________________________________92
34.5 Project Layout _________________________________________________92
34.6 Typical and Special Details _______________________________________92
34.7 Plan Sheet _____________________________________________________93
34.8 ITS Communications Plans _______________________________________93
34.9 Fiber Optic Splice Diagrams ______________________________________93
34.10 Lightning Protection Plans (N/A) __________________________________93
34.11 Cross Sections (N/A) ____________________________________________93
34.12 Guide Sign Work Sheet(s) (N/A) ___________________________________93
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34.14
34.15
34.16
34.17
34.18
34.19
34.20
34.21
Special Service Point Details (N/A)_________________________________94
Strain Pole Schedule (N/A) _______________________________________94
Overhead / Cantilever Sign Structure (N/A) __________________________94
Other Overhead Sign Structures (Long Span, Monotube, etc.) (N/A) _______94
Traffic Control Plans (N/A) _______________________________________94
Interim Standards (N/A)__________________________________________94
GIS Data and Asset Management Requirements (N/A) _________________94
Quality Assurance / Quality Control ________________________________94
Supervision____________________________________________________94
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GEOTECHNICAL and tasks 35.1 – 35.54 are N/A. ________________________94
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PROJECT REQUIREMENTS _________________________________________94
36.1 Liaison Office _________________________________________________94
36.2 Key Personnel _________________________________________________94
36.3 Progress Reporting ______________________________________________94
36.4 Correspondence ________________________________________________94
36.5 Professional Endorsement ________________________________________94
36.6 Computer Automation ___________________________________________95
36.7 Coordination with Other Consultants________________________________95
36.8 Optional Services _______________________________________________95
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INVOICING LIMITS ________________________________________________95
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A. STAGE II FPID(S): 440821-1-32-01
April 24, 2017
SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICES
HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE/STRUCTURAL DESIGN
This Exhibit forms an integral part of the agreement between the State of Florida
Department of Transportation (hereinafter referred to as the DEPARTMENT or FDOT) and
___________________________ (hereinafter referred to as the CONSULTANT) relative to
the transportation facility described as follows:
Financial Project ID:
440821 1 32 01
Federal Aid Project No.: N/A
County Section No.: N/A
Description:
PED/SAFE GREENWAY DEPLOYMENT
Bridge No(s).: N/A
Rail Road Crossing No N/A
1
PURPOSE
The purpose of this Exhibit is to describe the scope of work and the responsibilities of the
CONSULTANT and the DEPARTMENT in connection with the design and preparation
of a complete set of construction contract documents and incidental engineering
services, as necessary, for improvements to the transportation facility described herein.
Major work mix includes: 0750 – ITS Communication System
Major work groups include: 6.3.1, 6.3.2, 6.3.3
Minor work groups include: 6.2, 3.1, 8.2, 8.3
Known alternative construction contracting methods include: N/A
The general objective is for the CONSULTANT to prepare a set of contract documents
including plans, specifications, supporting engineering analysis, calculations and other
technical documents in accordance with FDOT policy, procedures and requirements. These
Contract documents will be used by the contractor to build the project and test the project
components. These Contract documents will be used by the DEPARTMENT or its
Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) representatives for inspection and final
acceptance of the project. The CONSULTANT shall follow a systems engineering process
to ensure that all required project components are included in the development of the
Contract documents and the project can be built as designed and to specifications.
Further as this Project will be implemented using the System Manager Approach, the
CONSULTANT shall be responsible for testing and integration as part of post design
services. This approach is being used to ensure design consistency as well as seamless
integration. The final products will be a functioning system along with the testing and
verification documents.
The Scope of Services establishes which items of work in the Plans Preparation Manual and
other pertinent manuals are specifically prescribed to accomplish the work included in this
contract, and also indicate which items of work will be the responsibility of the
CONSULTANT and/or the DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT shall be aware that as a project is developed, certain modifications
and/or improvements to the original concepts may be required. The CONSULTANT shall
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April 24, 2017
incorporate these refinements into the design and consider such refinements to be an
anticipated and integral part of the work. This shall not be a basis for any supplemental fee
request(s).
The CONSULTANT shall demonstrate good project management practices while working
on this project. These include communication with the DEPARTMENT and others as
necessary, management of time and resources, and documentation. The CONSULTANT
shall set up and maintain throughout the design of the project a contract file in accordance
with DEPARTMENT procedures. CONSULTANTs are expected to know the laws and rules
governing their professions and are expected to provide services in accordance with current
regulations, codes and ordinances and recognized standards applicable to such professional
services. The Consultant shall provide qualified technical and professional personnel to
perform to Department standards and procedures, the duties and responsibilities assigned
under the terms of this agreement. The Consultant shall minimize to the maximum extent
possible the Department’s need to apply its own resources to assignments authorized by the
Department.
The DEPARTMENT will provide contract administration, management services, and
technical reviews of all work associated with the development and preparation of contract
documents, including Construction documents. The Department’s technical reviews are for
high-level conformance and are not meant to be comprehensive reviews. The
CONSULTANT shall be fully responsible for all work performed and work products
developed under this Scope of Services. The DEPARTMENT may provide job-specific
information and/or functions as outlined in this contract, if favorable.
2
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The CONSULTANT shall investigate the status of the project and become familiar with
concepts and commitments (typical sections, alignments, etc.) developed from prior studies
and/or activities. If a Preliminary Engineering Report is available from a prior or current
Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) study, the CONSULTANT shall use the
approved concepts as a basis for the design unless otherwise directed by the
DEPARTMENT.
The FDOT and MetroPlan Orlando presented a concept known as PedSafe, Greenway, and
SunStore for the ATCMTD grant as part of the Integrated Corridor Management System
(ICM) Program. The ICM Program will incorporate all operation networks within the
Orlando, Florida Region. It includes Florida Department of Transportation Freeways and
Active Arterial Management, Metroplan, two toll authorities (Florida’s Tunpike Enterprise
and Central Florida Expressway Authority), Lynx, Sunrail, three County Signal System
(Orange, Seminole, and Osceola) and four Cities (Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, and
Kissimmee). The goals of the program are to:
• Improved safety (Pedestrian and Vehicular)
• Provide accurate on-time arrivals for transit
• Provide Information allowing route and mode choice in real time.
• Improved vehicular travel times and/or increase vehicular throughput.
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To accomplish the goals within the program a comprehensive number of projects had been
created under the ICM Program. One of these projects is the Integrated Corridor
Management Software (ICMS) which attempts to create the data management and decision
support systems needed to take action. The ICMS project will collect data from the
technologies deploy as part of the ICM Program Active Arterial Management Phase I-III
(Origin Destination and point volume and occupancy Information) and regional coordination
(Signal Performance Metrics, Local Agency Bluetooth). Additionally existing data will be
provide by third party data (HERE and Waze data). To make the most of the capabilities of
the ICMS requires still more traffic data. This function will be performed by the Greenwave
portion of this project.
Data Fusion Environment (DFE) is data within a single repository that has been
normalization/cleaning (as demonstrated by the ITSIQA project). Data Fusion is the process
of integration of multiple data and knowledge sources representing the same real world
object into a consistent, accurate, and useful representation for the purposed of comparing
datasets for accuracy and quality. The goal is for local government to base transportation
decisions on data fully understanding the extents of the proposed projects, allowing them to
go forward with projects that satisfy the factual needs of the traveling public. This repository
of data will be known as Sunstore in its finished form. It will be substantially complete as
part of the ICMS and thus is not included in this effort.
PedSafe:
Ped Safe is an innovative pedestrian and bicycle collision avoidance system that utilizes
connected vehicle (CV) technologies to reduce the occurrence of pedestrian and bicycle
crashes at high crash rate locations. Connections to existing traffic signals system will
provide information on phasing changes along with pedestrian detection at each intersection
to manage potential conflicts and congestions within the PedSafe area.
PedSafe will utilize SunGuide, the proven statewide ATMS system as the software
backbone for this application and will deliver audible Basic Safety Message (BSM) to
vehicles, bikes and pedestrians as appropriate. It will utilize a non-CV based pedestrian
collision system as a supplementary system within the intersections as an additional safety
measure. PedSafe uses both Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) and standard
Ethernet high-speed communications (3G and 4G) to communicate with vehicles, bikes and
pedestrians using the Connected Vehicle OBU or the SmartPhone Software Application
OBU emulator. Roadside Unit’s (RSU’s) are placed to facilitate instantaneous infrastructure
to vehicle, bike or pedestrian communications. Existing fiber optic communications will be
leveraged to communicate with the central Sunguide (ATMS) system and the signal system.
It will also provide Connected Vehicle Transit Signal Priority, Emergency Vehicle Preemption and Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Data. Connected Vehicle Transit Signal
Priority (CV-TSP) will be deploy to provide conditional signal timing to buses as they
approach the intersections. Emergency Vehicles Pre-emption will manipulate the traffic light
to allow priority to first responder to reach emergency scenes and medical institutions more
quickly and safer.
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CCTV:
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras will be deploy for Parking Availability System
and Transit Verification along with Transit Kiosks. Parking availability will provide real
time information about parking spaces available to UCF Students, CCTV locations shall
provide visibility to accurate predict parking spaces availability without having to cover all
the area. Transit Verification will determine the presence of students waiting for Bus at
Transit Kiosk locations.
Transit Kiosk:
Transit Kiosk will be installed to provide information about transit systems for users without
smart phones. Transit Kiosk shall allow users to inform their bus stop location to the transit
system.
OBUs:
• UCF Shuttles
• Fire engines at Mc Culloch Rd and Lockwood Blvd
The PedSafe project is comprise of 3 phases: Market survey; plan development consisting of
typical details and tables; and Integration/testing
•
Phase 1: Market Survey
o The CONSULTANT shall perform a Market Study of available products. The
CONSULTANT shall provide Technical Special provisions for all items of work
not covered on Standard Specifications and justify the need to the appropriated
District Specification Office. The Consultant will provided a list of products that
are in compliance with Department Specifications and requirements.
•
Phase 2: Plan Development
o The Consultant shall develop all contract requirements needed to insure a
functioning system. This may include requirements for vendor demonstrations,
support services, and/or proprietary products. The Consultant shall investigate the
sites list in Appendix A and verify existing conditions and develop Equipment
Installation Typical Details and Tables with the purpose of directing the
contractor to retrofit existing cabinets with Signal Performance Metric capable
devices and roadside units. The Consultant shall develop Timing Plans. The
Consultant shall also investigate the sites list in Appendix B and verify existing
conditions and develop Equipment Installation Typical Details and Tables to
direct the contractor to install Transit Kiosk and CCTV cameras for parking
availability and Transit Verification.
•
Phase 3: Integration/Testing
o The Contractor will purchase the hardware and software and supply it to the
Consultant. The Consultant will then integrate the newly installed equipment and
supplied hardware and software into the maintaining agency’s central software.
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FDOT will make all needed enhancements to Sunguide software to insure
compatibility. The Consultant is responsible to make all changes and perform all
integration on the local agencies’ system. This may include network
modifications, firmware updates, application installation, operating system
updates, hardware installation, and configuration. The Consultant shall install all
developed timing plans.
GreenWay:
Greenway is a Program designed to increase throughput capacity and reduce congestion by
optimizing traffic signal operations with the implementation of new technologies. Data
managed in the proposed program SunStore will be leveraged by GreenWay to support real
time operation through a regional Decision Support System (DSS) with strategic planning
for special events that will provide unified approach to system management and Sunstore.
Greenway program will reduce congestion by increased throughput on arterials with
increased efficiency gains by implementing: the used of Synchronous Data Link Control
(SDLC) monitoring device in lieu of controller change outs; to produce Automated Traffic
Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM); Intersection Movement Count (IMC) to produce
real time turning movement counts, saturation flow rates, right on red, and permissive
yellows.
Greenway consist of three phases: Market Study including Product testing; Plan
development based on typical details and tables; and Integration.
•
Phase 1: Market Survey
o The CONSULTANT shall perform a Market Study of available vendors’ products
for Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM), Intersection
Movement Count (IMC) and Connected Vehicle (CV). The consultant shall invite
vendors to submit sample products and required documentation including
specification books and relevant test method(s) as deemed necessary in
conjunction with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The Consultant
will ensure products and combo products to be tested for accuracy by Florida
Department of Transportation (FDOT) Traffic Engineering Research Laboratory
(TERL). The consultant shall comply with all TERLs permit process for
evaluating and providing products for listing. The CONSULTANT shall provide
Technical Special provisions for all items of work not covered on Standard
Specifications and justify the need to the appropriated District Specification
Office. The Consultant will provided a list of products and combo products that
are in compliance with Department Specifications and requirements. The
Consultant shall not retest products unless it can be documented that subsequent
changes have been made to the product that bring it into compliance with
Department specification requirements.
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•
Phase 2: Plan Development
The Consultant shall develop all contract requirements needed to insure a functioning
system. This may include requirements for vendor demonstrations, support services,
and/or proprietary products. The Consultant shall investigate the Intersection Movement
Count (IMC) sites list in Appendix C and verify existing conditions and develop Typical
Details for Equipment Installation and Tables with the purpose to indicate at which
location typical details will be applicable. This location shall be interconnect and Signal
performance Metric ready, it also shall be capable to support connected vehicle.
Typical details shall be develop for mast arms requiring closed circuit television cameras
(CCTV), microwave video detection system (MVDS), IMC equipment, etc.
Tables shall specify which typical apply to a specific intersection improvement. SEE
EXAMPLE BELOW.
Intersection
MVDS
CCTV
ETC….
Location
Intersection
A
Typ 1 and
Typ 2
Typ 3
Typ 1
Intersection
B
Typ 2
Typ 4
Typ 2 & 3
The consultant shall review and update Specification requirements draft stipulated on
Appendix D to compliment, add and develop requirements that focus on Turning
Movements. Developing Requirements for pedestrian and bicycles movements will be
desirable. Developmental specification 660 Vehicle Detection Systems and all applicable
specifications shall be updated to cover the need of this project.
•
Phase 3: Integration/Testing
o The Contractor will purchase the hardware and software and supply it to the
Consultant. The Consultant will then integrate the newly installed equipment and
all communications required within the projects limits into the respective local’s
maintaining agencies, Traffic Management Centers (TMC) and communicating
with the Operations Control Center (OCC). FDOT will make all needed
enhancements to Sunguide software to insure compatibility. The Consultant is
responsible to make all changes and perform all integration on the Traffic
Management Centers (TMC) and Operations Control Center (OCC). This may
include network modifications, firmware updates, application installation,
operating system updates, hardware installation, and configuration.
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The purpose of this project is to implement the Connected Vehicle (CV) technology and
Signal Performance Metrics (SPM). The project will deploy Roadside Units (RSUs) and
successful use Signal Phasing and Timing (SPaT), Transit Signal Priority (TSP), and preemption applications. SPM data shall be capture through a retrofit technology.
This Project will be designed and implemented using the System Manager Approach to
ensure design consistency as well as seamless integration. The final products to be
submitted includes but not limited to the design for each corridor and all signalized
intersections within them, the selection of devices, integrations, testing and verification.
2.1
Project General and Roadway (Activities 3, 4, and 5)
Public Involvement: [N/A].
Other Agency Presentations/Meetings: [N/A]
Joint Project Agreements: [N/A].
Specification Package Preparation: Specification Package with Technical Special
Provisions for Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) Devices used for
Two way short to medium range wireless communication. The consultant shall
review and update Specification requirements draft stipulated on Appendix D to
compliment, add and develop requirements that focus on Turning Movements.
Developing Requirements for pedestrian and bicycles movements will be
desirable. Developmental specification 660 Vehicle Detection Systems and all
applicable specifications shall be updated to cover the need of this project.
Value Engineering: [N/A].
Risk Assessment Workshop: [N/A]
Plan Type: N/A
Typical Section: N/A
Pavement Design: [N/A].
Pavement Type Selection Report(s): [N/A]
Cross Slope: [N/A]
Access Management Classification: [N/A]
Transit Route Features: [N/A]
Major Intersections/Interchanges: [N/A].
Roadway Alternative Analysis: [N/A]
Level of TCP Plans: [N/A].
Temporary Lighting: [N/A].
Temporary Signals: [N/A].
Temporary Drainage: [N/A].
Design Variations/Exceptions: [N/A].
Back of Sidewalk Profiles: [N/A].
2.2
Drainage (Activities 6a and 6b) (N/A)
2.3
Utilities Coordination (Activity 7)
The CONSULTANT is responsible to certify that all necessary arrangements for
utility work on this project have been made and will not conflict with the
physical construction schedule. The CONSULTANT should coordinate with
DEPARTMENT personnel to coordinate transmittals to Utility Companies and
meet production schedules.
The CONSULTANT shall ensure FDOT standards, policies, procedures,
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practices, and design criteria are followed concerning utility coordination.
The CONSULTANT may employ more than one individual or utility
engineering consultant to provide utility coordination and engineering design
expertise. The CONSULTANT shall identify a dedicated person responsible for
managing all utility coordination activities. This person shall be contractually
referred to as the Utility Coordination Manager and shall be identified in the
CONSULTANT proposal. The Utility Coordination Manager shall be required
to satisfactorily demonstrate to the FDOT District Utilities Administrator that
they have the following knowledge, skills, and expertise:
A minimum of 4 years of experience performing utility coordination in
accordance with FDOT, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
(AASHTO) standards, policies, and procedures.
A thorough knowledge of the FDOT plans production process and District utility
coordination process.
A thorough knowledge of FDOT agreements, standards, policies, and
procedures.
The Utility Coordination Manager shall be responsible for managing all utility
coordination, including the following:
Assuring that Utility Coordination and accommodation is in accordance to the
FDOT, FHWA, and AASHTO standards, policies, procedures, and design
criteria.
Assisting the engineer of record in identifying all existing utilities and
coordinating any new installations. Assisting the Engineer of Record with
resolving utility conflicts.
Scheduling and performing utility coordination meetings, keeping and
distribution of minutes/action items of all utility meetings, and ensuring
expedient follow-up on all unresolved issues.
Distributing all plans, conflict matrixes and changes to affected utility owners
and making sure this information is properly coordinated and documented.
Identifying and coordinating the completion of any FDOT or utility owner
agreement that is required for reimbursement, or accommodation of the utility
facilities associated with the project.
Review and certify to the District Utilities Administrator that all Utility Work
Schedules are correct and in accordance with the Department’s standards,
policies, and procedures.
Prepare, review and process all utility related reimbursable paperwork inclusive
of betterment and salvage determination.
The CONSULTANT’s utility coordination work shall be performed and directed
by the Utility Coordination Manager that was identified and approved by
FDOT’s Project Manager. Any proposed change of the approved Utility
Coordination Manager shall be subject to review and approval by FDOT’s
Project Manager prior to any change being made in this contract.
2.4
Environmental Permits, Compliances, and Clearances (Activity 8) (N/A)
2.5
Structures (Activities 9 – 18) (N/A)
2.6
Signing and Pavement Markings (Activities 19 & 20) (N/A)
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2.7
Signalization (Activities 21 & 22) (N/A)
2.8
Lighting (Activities 23 & 24) (N/A)
2.9
Landscape Architecture (Activities 25 & 26) (N/A)
2.10
Survey (Activity 27) (N/A)
2.11
Photogrammetry (Activity 28) (N/A)
2.12
Mapping (Activity 29) (N/A)
2.13
Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR (Activity 30) (N/A)
2.14
Architecture (Activity 31) (N/A)
2.15
Noise Barriers (Activity 32) (N/A)
2.16 Intelligent Transportation Systems (Activities 33 & 34)
The FDOT and MetroPlan Orlando presented a concept known as PedSafe, Greenway, and
SunStore for the ATCMTD grant as part of the Integrated Corridor Management System
(ICM) Program. The ICM Program will incorporate all operation networks within the
Orlando, Florida Region. It includes Florida Department of Transportation Freeways and
Active Arterial Management, Metroplan, two toll authorities (Florida’s Tunpike Enterprise
and Central Florida Expressway Authority), Lynx, Sunrail, three County Signal System
(Orange, Seminole, and Osceola) and four Cities (Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, and
Kissimmee). The goals of the program are to:
• Improved safety (Pedestrian and Vehicular)
• Provide accurate on-time arrivals for transit
• Provide Information allowing route and mode choice in real time.
• Improved vehicular travel times and/or increase vehicular throughput.
To accomplish the goals within the program a comprehensive number of projects had been
created under the ICM Program. One of these projects is the Integrated Corridor
Management Software (ICMS) which attempts to create the data management and decision
support systems needed to take action. The ICMS project will collect data from the
technologies deploy as part of the ICM Program Active Arterial Management Phase I-III
(Origin Destination and point volume and occupancy Information) and regional coordination
(Signal Performance Metrics, Local Agency Bluetooth). Additionally existing data will be
provide by third party data (HERE and Waze data). To make the most of the capabilities of
the ICMS requires still more traffic data. This function will be performed by the Greenwave
portion of this project.
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Data Fusion Environment (DFE) is data within a single repository that has been
normalization/cleaning (as demonstrated by the ITSIQA project). Data Fusion is the process
of integration of multiple data and knowledge sources representing the same real world
object into a consistent, accurate, and useful representation for the purposed of comparing
datasets for accuracy and quality. The goal is for local government to base transportation
decisions on data fully understanding the extents of the proposed projects, allowing them to
go forward with projects that satisfy the factual needs of the traveling public. This repository
of data will be known as Sunstore in its finished form. It will be substantially complete as
part of the ICMS and thus is not included in this effort.
PedSafe:
Ped Safe is an innovative pedestrian and bicycle collision avoidance system that utilizes
connected vehicle (CV) technologies to reduce the occurrence of pedestrian and bicycle
crashes at high crash rate locations. Connections to existing traffic signals system will
provide information on phasing changes along with pedestrian detection at each intersection
to manage potential conflicts and congestions within the PedSafe area.
PedSafe will utilize SunGuide, the proven statewide ATMS system as the software
backbone for this application and will deliver audible Basic Safety Message (BSM) to
vehicles, bikes and pedestrians as appropriate. It will utilize a non-CV based pedestrian
collision system as a supplementary system within the intersections as an additional safety
measure. PedSafe uses both Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) and standard
Ethernet high-speed communications (3G and 4G) to communicate with vehicles, bikes and
pedestrians using the Connected Vehicle OBU or the SmartPhone Software Application
OBU emulator. Roadside Unit’s (RSU’s) are placed to facilitate instantaneous infrastructure
to vehicle, bike or pedestrian communications. Existing fiber optic communications will be
leveraged to communicate with the central Sunguide (ATMS) system and the signal system.
It will also provide Connected Vehicle Transit Signal Priority, Emergency Vehicle Preemption and Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Data. Connected Vehicle Transit Signal
Priority (CV-TSP) will be deploy to provide conditional signal timing to buses as they
approach the intersections. Emergency Vehicles Pre-emption will manipulate the traffic light
to allow priority to first responder to reach emergency scenes and medical institutions more
quickly and safer.
CCTV:
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras will be deploy for Parking Availability System
and Transit Verification along with Transit Kiosks. Parking availability will provide real
time information about parking spaces available to UCF Students, CCTV locations shall
provide visibility to accurate predict parking spaces availability without having to cover all
the area. Transit Verification will determine the presence of students waiting for Bus at
Transit Kiosk locations.
Transit Kiosk:
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Transit Kiosk will be installed to provide information about transit systems for users without
smart phones. Transit Kiosk shall allow users to inform their bus stop location to the transit
system.
OBUs:
• UCF Shuttles
• Fire engines at Mc Culloch Rd and Lockwood Blvd
The PedSafe project is comprise of 3 phases: Market survey; plan development consisting of
typical details and tables; and Integration/testing
•
Phase 1: Market Survey
o The CONSULTANT shall perform a Market Study of available products. The
CONSULTANT shall provide Technical Special provisions for all items of work
not covered on Standard Specifications and justify the need to the appropriated
District Specification Office. The Consultant will provided a list of products that
are in compliance with Department Specifications and requirements.
•
Phase 2: Plan Development
o The Consultant shall develop all contract requirements needed to insure a
functioning system. This may include requirements for vendor demonstrations,
support services, and/or proprietary products. The Consultant shall investigate the
sites list in Appendix A and verify existing conditions and develop Equipment
Installation Typical Details and Tables with the purpose of directing the
contractor to retrofit existing cabinets with Signal Performance Metric capable
devices and roadside units. The Consultant shall develop Timing Plans. The
Consultant shall also investigate the sites list in Appendix B and verify existing
conditions and develop Equipment Installation Typical Details and Tables to
direct the contractor to install Transit Kiosk and CCTV cameras for parking
availability and Transit Verification.
•
Phase 3: Integration/Testing
o The Contractor will purchase the hardware and software and supply it to the
Consultant. The Consultant will then integrate the newly installed equipment and
supplied hardware and software into the maintaining agency’s central software.
FDOT will make all needed enhancements to Sunguide software to insure
compatibility. The Consultant is responsible to make all changes and perform all
integration on the local agencies’ system. This may include network
modifications, firmware updates, application installation, operating system
updates, hardware installation, and configuration. The Consultant shall install all
developed timing plans.
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GreenWay:
Greenway is a Program designed to increase throughput capacity and reduce congestion by
optimizing traffic signal operations with the implementation of new technologies. Data
managed in the proposed program SunStore will be leveraged by GreenWay to support real
time operation through a regional Decision Support System (DSS) with strategic planning
for special events that will provide unified approach to system management and Sunstore.
Greenway program will reduce congestion by increased throughput on arterials with
increased efficiency gains by implementing: the used of Synchronous Data Link Control
(SDLC) monitoring device in lieu of controller change outs; to produce Automated Traffic
Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM); Intersection Movement Count (IMC) to produce
real time turning movement counts, saturation flow rates, right on red, and permissive
yellows.
Greenway consist of three phases: Market Study including Product testing; Plan
development based on typical details and tables; and Integration.
•
Phase 1: Market Survey
o The CONSULTANT shall perform a Market Study of available vendors’ products
for Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM), Intersection
Movement Count (IMC) and Connected Vehicle (CV). The consultant shall invite
vendors to submit sample products and required documentation including
specification books and relevant test method(s) as deemed necessary in
conjunction with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The Consultant
will ensure products and combo products to be tested for accuracy by Florida
Department of Transportation (FDOT) Traffic Engineering Research Laboratory
(TERL). The consultant shall comply with all TERLs permit process for
evaluating and providing products for listing. The CONSULTANT shall provide
Technical Special provisions for all items of work not covered on Standard
Specifications and justify the need to the appropriated District Specification
Office. The Consultant will provided a list of products and combo products that
are in compliance with Department Specifications and requirements. The
Consultant shall not retest products unless it can be documented that subsequent
changes have been made to the product that bring it into compliance with
Department specification requirements.
•
Phase 2: Plan Development
The Consultant shall develop all contract requirements needed to insure a functioning
system. This may include requirements for vendor demonstrations, support services,
and/or proprietary products. The Consultant shall investigate the Intersection Movement
Count (IMC) sites list in Appendix C and verify existing conditions and develop Typical
Details for Equipment Installation and Tables with the purpose to indicate at which
location typical details will be applicable. This location shall be interconnect and Signal
performance Metric ready, it also shall be capable to support connected vehicle.
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Typical details shall be develop for mast arms requiring closed circuit television cameras
(CCTV), microwave video detection system (MVDS), IMC equipment, etc.
Tables shall specify which typical apply to a specific intersection improvement. SEE
EXAMPLE BELOW.
Intersection
MVDS
CCTV
ETC….
Location
Intersection
A
Typ 1 and
Typ 2
Typ 3
Typ 1
Intersection
B
Typ 2
Typ 4
Typ 2 & 3
The consultant shall review and update Specification requirements draft stipulated on
Appendix D to compliment, add and develop requirements that focus on Turning
Movements. Developing Requirements for pedestrian and bicycles movements will be
desirable. Developmental specification 660 Vehicle Detection Systems and all applicable
specifications shall be updated to cover the need of this project.
•
Phase 3: Integration/Testing
o The Contractor will purchase the hardware and software and supply it to the
Consultant. The Consultant will then integrate the newly installed equipment and
all communications required within the projects limits into the respective local’s
maintaining agencies, Traffic Management Centers (TMC) and communicating
with the Operations Control Center (OCC). FDOT will make all needed
enhancements to Sunguide software to insure compatibility. The Consultant is
responsible to make all changes and perform all integration on the Traffic
Management Centers (TMC) and Operations Control Center (OCC). This may
include network modifications, firmware updates, application installation,
operating system updates, hardware installation, and configuration.
A System Engineering Management Plan (SEMP), Concept of Operations (ConOps),
Regional Intelligent Transportation System Architecture (RITSA), and Requirements
Traceability and Verification Matrix (RTVM) will be completed and updated as needed
through the life of the Project. The design plans will include all needed infrastructure to as
outlined in this scope of services. The Consultant shall prepare a Project Intelligent
Transportation System Architecture (PITSA) via a Connected Vehicle Reference
Implementation Architecture (CVRIA). The SEMP shall have within it
• Project Management Plan
• Change Management Plan
• Quality Management Plan
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•
•
•
•
Risk Management Plan
Security Plan
Requirements Traceability and Verification Matrix
Test Plan
Additionally the connection of the connected vehicle (CV) technologies to the existing
locals ATMS and FDOT District 5’s Sunguide will be performed by the CONSULTANT.
The CONSULTANT will provide integration and testing services for the ITS devices as part
of the Post Design Services effort which will be negotiated prior to construction.
Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) Services will not be included in this design
Contract. CEI will be provided by the Department or by a separate Consultant.
The project will determine the preferred locations for Roadside Units (RSUs) and
integration and compatibility of connected vehicle applications to support: Signal Phasing
and Timing (SPaT), Transit Signal Priority (TSP), and pre-emption. The consultant shall
identify locations where fiber optic cable (FOC) is needed to provide communication. Also
include the installation and configuration of Server upgrades to local agency servers to
support CV technology. Signal timing updates will be coordinated with the signal
maintaining agencies and FDOT to support TSP operations.
The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with Department Central Office to develop all Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) applications needed for the RSUs. The FCC Rules that
apply to RSUs are in Part 90 of the FCC Rules, Sections 90.371 through 90.383. To help
prepare the applications package by Central Office, the consultant shall include the height
above ground of each of the bases of the supporting structures of the antennas, height of the
supporting structures, and maximum height of the supporting structures including antennas,
antenna make and model or operating characteristics such as length and gain, and the
operating channels for each location.
This Project will be designed and implemented using the System Manager
Approach. The final products to be submitted include the design for each
corridor and all signalized intersections within them, integration, retiming, and
testing.
The Federal Highway Administration issued Rule 940 entitled Intelligent
Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture and Standards to ensure new projects
conform to the National ITS Architecture and standards as well as with a
regional ITS architecture developed to reflect the local needs, issues, problems,
and objectives for implementation.
For all projects with ITS activities, the CONSULTANT shall follow the Rule
940 requirements and use a Systems Engineering approach for the determining
the requirements for the project. The CONSULTANT shall develop all necessary
documents to support the Rule 940 requirements like Concept of Operations
(ConOPS), Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP), Requirements
Traceability Verification Matrix (RTVM) and others as deemed necessary by the
Department.
The Consultant shall insure that Statutory Project Management and Cyber
Security Standards are met
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•
Chapter 74-1 F.A.C., Florida Information Technology Project Management
and Oversight Standards
o Governed by the Agency for State Technology (AST), Chapter 74-1
F.A.C., Florida Information Technology Project Management and
Oversight Standards, establishes project management principles that
State Agencies are required to follow when implementing information
technology projects. The Department must adhere to the State project
management standards and ensure that all project documentation
created by the Vendor, Department, or in collaboration, is developed
and maintained in accordance with Chapter 74-1 F.A.C. The Vendor
must be familiar with the State project management standards and be
prepared to work with the Department to satisfy all requirements. It is
important for the Vendor to recognize that documentation, monitoring,
or reporting requirements could change mid-project, based on the
project’s AST Risk and Complexity Assessment, outlined in 74-1.002.
The Vendor must be adaptable to changes required by Chapter 74-1
F.A.C., without increasing cost to the Department.
•
Chapter 74-2 F.A.C., Information Technology Security
o Governed by the Agency for State Technology (AST), Chapter 74-2
F.A.C., Information Technology Security, also known as the Florida
Cybersecurity Standards (FCS), establishes cybersecurity standards for
information technology (IT) resources. State Agencies are required to
follow these standards in the management and operations of state IT
resources. The Department must adhere with the Florida Cybersecurity
Standards for all Information Technology projects created by the
Vendor, Department, or in collaboration. The Vendor must be familiar
with the State cybersecurity standards and be prepared to work with
the Department to satisfy all requirements.
o Florida Cybersecurity Standards, 74-2 F.A.C. Section 74-2.002 (4)
requires that agencies determine the potential security impact of all
systems. If the system if found to have a categorization of moderate
impact or higher, a system security plan (SSP) will be required. The
SSP must address the security setup of the system, ensuring that
required security controls are in place and listing the required
information described in Section 74-2.003(5)(g)(4). The SSP must be
submitted and approved by the FDOT Information Security Manager
(ISM). An SSP template is available from the FDOT ISM.
Interchanges: Refer to Appendix A, B and C
Traffic Data Collection: N/A
Geographical Information System (GIS) Requirements: CONSULTANT shall
include in the design the GIS data collection requirements and deliverables for
integration with SunGuide software and other Department GIS based asset
management applications like ITS FM software.
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2.17
2.18
All design efforts shall be based on deploying “open architecture” subsystems,
while remaining fully compatible with previous designs (as applicable) and the
FDOT ITS Specifications. All ITS field devices and support systems shall be
designed and located outside of the clear zone, or behind protective barrier,
within the right of way. This includes cabinets, poles, and support hardware.
Utility conflicts shall be identified and resolved during the design phase. The
design shall minimize theft and vandalism. The CONSULTANT shall include in
the design vandal resistant mechanisms to minimize theft. The CONSULTANT
shall provide additional redundant power and communications systems to
minimize system downtime due to vandalism.
The CONSULTANT shall design the project subsystems such that they will be
monitored and controlled from the FDOT’s TMC facilities. The CONSULTANT
shall ensure that all ITS field devices and ancillary components comply with the
FDOT’s Approved Product List (APL) / Qualified Product List (QPL) and the
existing list of devices and components supported within the SunGuide software
or other specified software, unless otherwise approved by the DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT shall include in the design any required upgrade to the
TMC central hardware, equipment racks, and equipment wiring, as directed by
the FDOT project manager, to make the subsystems fully operations from the
TMC facilities.
For projects with existing ITS, the CONSULTANT shall include in the design
any required upgrade to existing ITS equipment to meet the latest FDOT
standards, NEC requirements or as directed by the FDOT project manager and to
make the subsystems fully operations from the TMC facilities.
ITS coordination with Landscape Architecture shall include both underground
conflicts and above-ground impacts to existing and/or proposed Landscaping.
The CONSULTANT shall closely coordinate with the Landscape Architect to
ensure that all conflicts are identified, addressed and mitigated in the Contract
Documents.
Geotechnical (Activity 35) (N/A)
Project Schedule
Within ten (10) days after the Notice-To-Proceed, and prior to the
CONSULTANT beginning work, the CONSULTANT shall provide a detailed
project activity/event schedule for DEPARTMENT and CONSULTANT
scheduled activities required to meet the current DEPARTMENT Production
Date. The schedule shall be based upon the project schedule which meets the
production date. The current production date is March 1, 2019. The schedule
shall be accompanied by an anticipated payout and fiscal progress curve. For the
purpose of scheduling, the CONSULTANT shall allow for a 4 week review time
for each phase submittal and any other submittals as appropriate.
The schedule shall indicate all required submittals.
All fees and price proposals are to be based on the negotiated schedule of 12
months for final construction contract documents. However, the contract
deadline is 12 months from the Notice to Proceed.
Periodically, throughout the life of the contract, the project schedule and payout
and fiscal progress curves shall be reviewed and, with the approval of the
DEPARTMENT, adjusted as necessary to incorporate changes in the Scope of
Services and progress to date.
The approved schedule and schedule status report, along with progress and
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payout curves, shall be submitted with the monthly progress report.
The schedule shall be submitted in an FDOT system-compatible format.
2.19 Submittals
The CONSULTANT shall furnish construction contract documents as required
by the DEPARTMENT to adequately control, coordinate, and approve the work
concepts. The CONSULTANT shall distribute submittals as directed by the
DEPARTMENT. The DEPARTMENT will determine the specific number of
copies required prior to each submittal.
2.20 Provisions for Work
All work shall be prepared with English units in accordance with the latest
editions of standards and requirements utilized by the DEPARTMENT which
include, but are not limited to, publications such as:
General
Title 29, Part 1910, Standard 1910.1001, Code of Federal Regulations (29 C.F.R.
1910.1001) – Asbestos Standard for Industry, U.S. Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA)
o 29 C.F.R. 1926.1101 – Asbestos Standard for Construction, OSHA
o 40 C.F.R. 61, Subpart M - National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air
Pollutants (NESHAP), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
o 40 C.F.R. 763, Subpart E – Asbestos-Containing Materials in Schools, EPA
o 40 C.F.R. 763, Subpart G – Asbestos Worker Protection, EPA
o Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design
o AASHTO – A Policy on Design Standards Interstate System
o AASHTO – Roadside Design Guide
o AASHTO – Roadway Lighting Design Guide
o AASHTO – A Policy for Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
o AASHTO – Highway Safety Manual
o Rule Chapter 5J-17, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), Standards of
Practice for Professional Surveyors and Mappers
o Chapter 469, Florida Statutes (F.S.) – Asbestos Abatement
o Rule Chapter 62-257, F.A.C., Asbestos Program
o Rule Chapter 62-302, F.A.C., Surface Water Quality Standards
o Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.)
o Florida Administrative Codes (F.A.C.)
o Chapters 20, 120, 215, 455, Florida Statutes (F.S.) – Florida Department of
Business & Professional Regulations Rules
o Florida Department of Environmental Protection Rules
o FDOT Basis of Estimates Manual
o FDOT Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Manual
o FDOT Design Standards
o FDOT Flexible Pavement Design Manual
o FDOT - Florida Roundabout Guide
o FDOT Handbook for Preparation of Specifications Package
o FDOT Instructions for Design Standards
o FDOT Instructions for Structures Related Design Standards
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o FDOT Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and
Maintenance for Streets and Highways (“Florida Greenbook”)
o FDOT Materials Manual
o FDOT Pavement Type Selection Manual
o FDOT Plans Preparation Manual
o FDOT Procedures and Policies
o FDOT Project Development and Environmental Manual
o FDOT Project Traffic Forecasting Handbook
o FDOT Public Involvement Handbook
o FDOT Rigid Pavement Design Manual
o FDOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction
o FDOT Utility Accommodation Manual
o Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) - Manual on Uniform Traffic
Control Devices (MUTCD)
o FHWA – National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report
672, Roundabouts: An Informational Guide
o FHWA Roadway Construction Noise Model (RCNM) and Guideline
Handbook
o Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission - Standard Manatee
Construction Conditions 2005
o Florida Statutes (F.S.)
o Florida’s Level of Service Standards and Guidelines Manual for Planning
o Model Guide Specifications – Asbestos Abatement and Management in
Buildings, National Institute for Building Sciences (NIBS)
o Quality Assurance Guidelines
o Safety Standards
o Any special instructions from the DEPARTMENT
Roadway
FDOT – Florida Intersection Design Guide
o FDOT - Project Traffic Forecasting Handbook
o FDOT - Quality/Level of Service Handbook
o Florida’s Level of Service Standards and Highway Capacity Analysis for the
SHS
o Transportation Research Board (TRB) - Highway Capacity Manual
Permits
Chapter 373, F.S. – Water Resources
o US Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species Programs
o Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Protected Wildlife
Permits
o Bridge Permit Application Guide, COMDTPUB P16591.3C
o Building Permit
Drainage
FDOT Bridge Hydraulics Handbook
o FDOT Culvert Handbook
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o FDOT Drainage Manual
o FDOT Erosion and Sediment Control Manual
o FDOT Exfiltration Handbook
o FDOT Hydrology Handbook
o FDOT Open Channel Handbook
o FDOT Optional Pipe Materials Handbook
o FDOT Storm Drain Handbook
o FDOT Stormwater Management Facility Handbook
o FDOT Temporary Drainage Handbook
o FDOT Drainage Connection Permit Handbook
o FDOT Bridge Scour Manual
Survey and Mapping
All applicable Florida Statutes and Administrative Codes
o Applicable Rules, Guidelines Codes and authorities of other Municipal,
County, State and Federal Agencies.
o FDOT Aerial Surveying Standards for Transportation Projects Topic 550-020002
o FDOT Right of Way Mapping Handbook
o FDOT Surveying Procedure Topic 550-030-101
o Florida Department of Transportation Right of Way Procedures Manual
o Florida Department of Transportation Surveying Handbook
o Right of Way Mapping Procedure 550-030-015
Traffic Engineering and Operations and ITS
AASHTO - An Information Guide for Highway Lighting
o AASHTO - Guide for Development of Bicycle Facilities
o FHWA Standard Highway Signs Manual
o FDOT Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies (MUTS)
o FDOT Median Handbook
o FDOT Traffic Engineering Manual
o Minimum Specifications for Traffic Control Signal Devices
o National Electric Safety Code
o National Electrical Code
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Florida’s Turnpike Plans Preparation and Practices Handbook (TPPPH)
o Florida’s Turnpike Lane Closure Policy
o Florida’s Turnpike Drainage Manual Supplement
o Rigid Pavement Design Guide for Toll Locations with Electronic Toll
Collection
o Flexible Pavement Design Guide for Toll Locations with Electronic Toll
Collection
o Florida’s Turnpike General Tolling Requirements (GTR)
o Additional Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise standards, guides, and policies for
design and construction can be found on the FTE Design Website:
http://design.floridasturnpike.com
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Traffic Monitoring
American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Manual of Steel Construction,
referred to as “AISC Specifications”
o American National Standards Institute (ANSI) RP-8-00 Recommended
Practice for Roadway Lighting
o AASHTO AWS D1.1/ANSI Structural Welding Code – Steel
o AASHTO D1.5/AWS D1.5 Bridge Welding Code
o FHWA Traffic Detector Handbook
o FDOT General Interest Roadway Data Procedure
o FHWA Traffic Monitoring Guide
o FDOT’s Traffic/Polling Equipment Procedures
Structures
AASHTO Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Bridge Design Specifications
and Interims
o AASHTO LRFD Movable Highway Bridge Design Specifications and
Interims
o AASHTO Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs,
Luminaires and Traffic Signals, and Interims.
o AASHTO/-AWS-D1. 5M/D1.5: An American National Standard Bridge
Welding Code
o AASHTO Guide Specifications for Structural Design of Sound Barriers
o AASHTO Manual for Condition Evaluation and Load and Resistance Factor
Rating (LRFR) of Highway Bridges
o FDOT Bridge Load Rating Manual
o FDOT Structures Manual
o FDOT Structures Design Bulletins (available on FDOT Structures web site
only)
o
Geotechnical
FHWA Checklist and Guidelines for Review of Geotechnical Reports and
Preliminary Specifications
o Manual of Florida Sampling and Testing Methods
o Soils and Foundation Handbook
Landscape Architecture
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Grades and Standards for
Nursery Plants
Architectural
Building Codes
o Florida Building Code:
•
Building
•
Fuel Gas
•
Mechanical
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•
•
Plumbing
Existing Building
Florida Accessibility Code for Building Construction
Rule Chapter 60D, F.A.C., Division of Building Construction
Chapter 553, F.S. – Building Construction Standards
ANSI A117.1 2003 Accessible and Usable Building and Facilities
Titles II and III, Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), Public Law 101336; and the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG)
Architectural – Fire Codes and Rules
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) - Life Safety Code
o
o
o
o
NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code
NFPA 101 - Life Safety Code
NFPA 10 - Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers
NFPA 11 - Standard for Low-Expansion Foam Systems
NFPA 11A - Standard for High- and Medium-Expansion Foam Systems
NFPA 12 - Standard for Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems
NFPA 13 - Installation of Sprinkler Systems
NFPA 30 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code
NFPA 54 - National Gas Fuel Code
NFPA 58 - LP-Gas Code
Florida Fire Prevention Code as adopted by the State Fire Marshal –
Consult with the Florida State Fire Marshal’s office for other frequently used
codes.
Architectural – Extinguishing Systems
NFPA 10 - Fire Extinguishers
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o NFPA 13 - Sprinkler
o NFPA 14 - Standpipe and Hose System
o NFPA 17 - Dry Chemical
o NFPA 20 - Centrifugal Fire Pump
o NFPA 24 - Private Fire Service Mains
o NFPA 200 - Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems
Architectural – Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
NFPA 70 - Electrical Code
o NFPA 72 - Standard for the Installation, Maintenance and Use of Local
Protective Signaling Systems
o NFPA 72E - Automatic Fire Detectors
o NFPA 72G - Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Notification Appliances
o NFPA 72H -Testing Procedures for Remote Station and Proprietary Systems
o NFPA 74 - Household Fire Warning Equipment
o NFPA 75 - Protection of Electronic Computer Equipment
Architectural – Mechanical Systems
NFPA 90A - Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems
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o NFPA 92A - Smoke Control Systems
o NFPA 96 - Removal of Smoke and Grease-Laden Vapors from Commercial
Cooking Equipment
o NFPA 204M - Smoke and Heating Venting
Architectural – Miscellaneous Systems
NFPA 45 - Laboratories Using Chemicals
o NFPA 80 - Fire Doors and Windows
o NFPA 88A - Parking Structures
o NFPA 105- Smoke and Draft-control Door Assemblies
o NFPA 110 - Emergency and Standby Power Systems
o NFPA 220 - Types of Building Construction
o NFPA 241 - Safeguard Construction, Alteration, and Operations
o Rule Chapter 69A-47, F.A.C., Uniform Fire Safety For Elevators
o Rule Chapter 69A-51, F.A.C., Boiler Safety
Architectural – Energy Conservation
Rule Chapter 60D-4, F.A.C., Rules For Construction and Leasing of State Buildings
To Insure Energy Conservation
o Section 255.255, F.S., Life-Cycle Costs
Architectural – Elevators
Rule Chapter 61C-5, F.A.C., Florida Elevator Safety Code
o ASME A-17.1, Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators
o Architectural – Floodplain Management Criteria
o Section 255.25, F.S., Approval Required Prior to Construction or Lease of
Buildings
o Rules of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Architectural – Other
Rule Chapter 64E-6, F.A.C., Standards for On Site Sewage Disposal Systems (Septic
Tanks)
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Rule Chapter 62-600, F.A.C., Domestic Wastewater Facilities
Rule Chapter 62-761, F.A.C., Underground Storage Tank Systems
American Concrete Institute
American Institute of Architects - Architect’s Handbook of Professional
Practice
American Society for Testing and Materials - ASTM Standards
Brick Institute of America
DMS - Standards for Design of State Facilities
Florida Concrete Products Association
FDOT – ADA/Accessibility Procedure
FDOT – Building Code Compliance Procedure
FDOT – Design Build Procurement and Administration
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building
Rating System
National Concrete Masonry Association
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o National Electrical Code
o Portland Cement Association - Concrete Masonry Handbook
o United State Green Building Council (USGBC)
2.21 Services to be Performed by the DEPARTMENT When appropriate and
/or available, the DEPARTMENT will provide project data including:
Numbers for field books.
 Preliminary Horizontal Network Control.
 Access for the CONSULTANT to utilize the DEPARTMENT’s Information Technology
Resources.
 All Department agreements with Utility Agency Owner (UAO).
 All certifications necessary for project letting.
 Building Construction Permit Coordination (Turnpike)
 All information that may come to the DEPARTMENT pertaining to future
improvements.
 All future information that may come to the DEPARTMENT during the term of the
CONSULTANT’s Agreement, which in the opinion of the DEPARTMENT is necessary
for the prosecution of the work.
 Available traffic and planning data.
 All approved utility relocations.
 Project utility certification to the DEPARTMENT’s Central Office.
 Any necessary title searches.
 Engineering standards review services.
 All available information in the possession of the DEPARTMENT pertaining to utility
companies whose facilities may be affected by the proposed construction.
 All future information that may come to the DEPARTMENT pertaining to subdivision
plans so that the CONSULTANT may take advantage of additional areas that can be
utilized as part of the existing right of way.
 Systems traffic for Projected Design Year, with K, D, and T factors.
 Existing right of way maps.
 Existing cross slope data for all RRR projects.
 Existing pavement evaluation report for all RRR projects.
 PD&E Documents
 Design Reports
 Letters of authorization designating the CONSULTANT as an agent of the
DEPARTMENT in accordance with F.S. 337.274.
 Phase reviews of plans and engineering documents.
 Regarding Environmental Permitting Services:
Approved Permit Document when available.
o Approval of all contacts with environmental agencies.
o General philosophies and guidelines of the DEPARTMENT to be used in the
fulfillment of this contract. Objectives, constraints, budgetary limitations, and
time constraints will be completely defined by the Project Manager.
o Appropriate signatures on application forms.
3
PROJECT COMMON AND PROJECT GENERAL TASKS
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Project Common Tasks
Project Common Tasks, as listed below, are work efforts that are applicable to many project
activities, 4 (Roadway Analysis) through 35 (Geotechnical). These tasks are to be
included in the project scope in each applicable activity when the described work is to be
performed by the CONSULTANT.
Cost Estimates: The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for producing a construction cost
estimate and reviewing and updating the cost estimate when scope changes occur and/or at
milestones of the project. Prior to 60% plans and completion of quantities, the
DEPARTMENT’s Long Range Estimate (L.R.E.) system will be used to produce a
conceptual estimate, according to District policy. Once the quantities have been developed
(beginning at 60% plans and no later than 90% plans) the CONSULTANT shall be
responsible for inputting the pay items and quantities into TRNS*PORT PES (Proposal
Estimating System) through the use of the DEPARTMENT’s Designer Interface for
generating the summary of quantities and the FDOT’s in-house estimates. A Summary of
Pay Items sheet shall be prepared with all required Phase II, III, and IV Plans submittals.
Technical Special Provisions: The CONSULTANT shall provide Technical Special
Provisions for all items of work not covered by the Standard Specifications for Road and
Bridge Construction and the workbook of implemented modifications.
A Technical Special Provision shall not modify the first nine sections of the Standard
Specifications and implemented modifications in any way. All modifications to other
sections must be justified to the appropriate District Specifications Office to be included in
the project's specifications package.
The Technical Special Provisions shall provide a description of work, materials, equipment
and specific requirements, method of measurement and basis of payment. Proposed
Technical Special Provisions will be submitted to the District Specifications Office for
initial review at the time of the Phase III plans review submission to the DEPARTMENT’s
Project Manager. This timing will allow for adequate processing time prior to final
submittal. The Technical Special Provisions will be reviewed for suitability in accordance
with the Handbook for Preparation of Specification Packages. The District Specifications
Office will forward the Technical Special Provisions to the District Legal Office for their
review and comment. All comments will be returned to the CONSULTANT for correction
and resolution. Final Technical Special Provisions shall be digitally signed and sealed in
accordance with applicable Florida Statutes.
The CONSULTANT shall contact the appropriate District Specifications Office for details
of the current format to be used before starting preparations of Technical Special Provisions.
Field Reviews: The CONSULTANT shall make as many trips to the project site as required
to obtain necessary data for all elements of the project.
Technical Meetings: The CONSULTANT shall attend all technical meetings necessary to
execute the Scope of Services of this contract. This includes meetings with DEPARTMENT
and/or Agency staff, between disciplines and subconsultants, such as access management
meetings, pavement design meetings, local governments, railroads, airports, progress review
meetings (phase review), and miscellaneous meetings. The CONSULTANT shall prepare,
and submit to the DEPARTMENT’s Project Manager for review, the meeting minutes for all
meetings attended by them. The meeting minutes are due within five (5) working days of
attending the meeting.
Quality Assurance/Quality Control: It is the intention of the DEPARTMENT that design
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CONSULTANTS, including their subconsultant(s), are held responsible for their work,
including plans review. The purpose of CONSULTANT plan reviews is to ensure that
CONSULTANT plans follow the plan preparation procedures outlined in the Plans
Preparation Manual, that state and federal design criteria are followed with the
DEPARTMENT concept, and that the CONSULTANT submittals are complete. All
subconsultant document submittals shall be submitted by the subconsultant directly to the
CONSULTANT for their independent Quality Assurance/Quality Control review and
subsequent submittal to the DEPARTMENT.
It is the CONSULTANT'S responsibility to independently and continually QC their plans
and other deliverables. The CONSULTANT should regularly communicate with the
DEPARTMENT's Design Project Manager to discuss and resolve issues or solicit opinions
from those within designated areas of expertise.
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the professional quality, technical accuracy
and coordination of all surveys, designs, drawings, specifications and other services
furnished by the CONSULTANT and their subconsultant(s) under this contract.
The CONSULTANT shall provide a Quality Control Plan that describes the procedures to
be utilized to verify, independently check, and review all maps, design drawings,
specifications, and other documentation prepared as a part of the contract. The
CONSULTANT shall describe how the checking and review processes are to be
documented to verify that the required procedures were followed. The Quality Control Plan
shall be one specifically designed for this project. The CONSULTANT shall submit a
Quality Control Plan for approval within twenty (20) business days of the written Notice to
Proceed and it shall be signed by the CONSULTANT’s Project Manager and the
CONSULTANT QC Manager. The Quality Control Plan shall include the names of the
CONSULTANT’s staff that will perform the quality control reviews. The Quality Control
reviewer shall be a Florida Licensed Professional Engineer fully prequalified under F.A.C.
14-75 in the work type being reviewed. A marked up set of prints from a Quality Control
Review indicating the reviewers for each component (structures, roadway, drainage, signals,
geotechnical, signing and marking, lighting, surveys, etc.) and a written resolution of
comments on a point-by-point basis will be required, if requested by the DEPARTMENT,
with each phase submittal. The responsible Professional Engineer, Landscape Architect, or
Professional Surveyor & Mapper that performed the Quality Control review will sign a
statement certifying that the review was conducted and found to meet required
specifications.
The CONSULTANT shall, without additional compensation, correct all errors or
deficiencies in the designs, maps, drawings, specifications and/or other products and
services.
Independent Peer Review: When directed by the DEPARTMENT, a subconsultant may
perform Independent Peer Reviews.
Independent Peer Review and a Constructability/Bidability Review for design Phase Plans
document submittals are required on this project. These separate reviews shall be completed
by someone who has not worked on the plan component that is being reviewed. These could
include, but are not limited to a separate office under the Prime’s umbrella, a subconsultant
that is qualified in the work group being reviewed, or a CEI. It does not include persons who
have knowledge of the day to day design efforts. The Constructability/Bidability Review
shall be performed by a person with experience working on Department construction
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projects (CEI, Contractor, etc.).
The Independent Peer Review for design Phase Plans submittals shall ensure the plans meet
the PPM, Design Standards and CADD Manual. The Constructability/Bidability Review
shall ensure the project can be constructed and paid for as designed.
Constructability/Bidability Reviews should be conducted prior to the Phase III and Phase IV
submittals, using the Phase Review Checklist (Guidance Document 1-1-A) from the
Construction Project Administration Manual (CPAM) as a minimum guideline. The
CONSULTANT shall submit this checklist, as well as the “marked-up” set of plans during
this review, and review comments and comment responses from any previous
Constructability/Bidability reviews. These items will be reviewed by District Design and
District Construction.
Supervision: The CONSULTANT shall supervise all technical design activities.
Coordination: The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with all disciplines of the project to
produce a final set of construction documents.
Project General Tasks
Project General Tasks, described in Sections 3.1 through 3.7 below, represent work efforts
that are applicable to the project as a whole and not to any one or more specific project
activity. The work described in these tasks shall be performed by the CONSULTANT
when included in the project scope.
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.1.7
3.1.8
3.1.9
3.1.10
3.1.11
3.1.12
3.2
3.3
Public Involvement (N/A)
Community Awareness Plan (N/A)
Notifications (N/A)
Preparing Mailing Lists (N/A)
Median Modification Letters (N/A)
Driveway Modification Letters (N/A)
Newsletters (N/A)
Renderings and Fly-Throughs (N/A)
PowerPoint Presentations (N/A)
Public Meeting Preparations (N/A)
Public Meeting Attendance and Follow-up (N/A)
Other Agency Meetings (N/A)
Web Site (N/A)
Joint Project Agreements (N/A)
Specifications Package Preparation
The CONSULTANT shall prepare and provide a specifications package in
accordance with the DEPARTMENT’S Handbook for the Preparation of
Specification Packages and associated training. The CONSULTANT shall
provide the DEPARTMENT names of at least two team members who have
successfully completed the Specifications Package Preparation Training and will
be responsible for preparing the Specifications Package for the project. The
Specifications Package shall be prepared using the DEPARTMENT's Specs on
the Web application. The CONSULTANT shall be able to document that the
procedure defined in the Handbook for the Preparation of Specifications
Packages is followed, which includes the quality assurance/quality control
procedures. The specifications package shall address all items and areas of work
and include any Mandatory Specifications, Modified Special Provisions, and
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3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
4
Technical Special Provisions.
The specifications package must be submitted for review to the District
Specifications Office at least 30 days prior to the contract package to Tallahassee
or District due date, or sooner if required by the District Specifications Office.
This submittal does not require signing and sealing and shall be coordinated
through the District’s Project Manager. The CONSULTANT shall coordinate
with the DEPARTMENT on the submittal requirements, but at a minimum shall
consist of (1) the complete specifications package, (2) a copy of the marked-up
workbook used to prepare the package, and (3) a copy of the final project plans.
Final submittal of the specifications package must occur at least 10 working days
prior to the contract package to Tallahassee due date. This submittal shall be
digitally signed, dated, and sealed in accordance with applicable Florida Statutes.
Contract Maintenance and Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)
Contract maintenance includes project management effort for complete setup and
maintenance of files, developing monthly progress reports, schedule updates,
work effort to develop and execute subconsultant agreements, etc.
Value Engineering (Multi-Discipline Team) Review (N/A)
Prime Consultant Project Manager Meetings (N/A)
Plans Update (N/A)
Post Design Services
Post Design Services may include, but not limited to, meetings, construction
assistance, plans revisions, shop drawing review, survey services, as-built
drawings, and load ratings. Specific services will be negotiated at a later date as
necessary as a contract amendment.
Post Design Services may also include integration and testing of ITS devices and
retiming of traffic signals.
Post Design Services are not intended for instances of CONSULTANT errors
and/or omissions.
Digital Delivery
The CONSULTANT shall deliver final contract plans and documents in digital
format. The final contract plans and documents shall be digitally signed and
sealed files delivered to the DEPARTMENT on acceptable electronic media, as
determined by the DEPARTMENT.
Risk Assessment Workshop (N/A)
Railroad, Transit and/or Airport Coordination (N/A)
Other Project General Tasks (N/A)
ROADWAY ANALYSIS and tasks 4.1 – 4.21 are N/A.
4.1
Typical Section Package (N/A)
4.2
Pavement Type Selection Report (N/A)
4.3
Pavement Design Package (N/A)
4.4
Cross-Slope Correction (N/A)
4.5
Horizontal/Vertical Master Design Files (N/A)
4.6
Access Management (N/A)
4.7
Roundabout Evaluation (N/A)
4.8
Roundabout Final Design Analysis (N/A)
4.9
Cross Section Design Files (N/A)
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4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.19
4.20
4.21
4.22
4.23
4.24
5
Traffic Control Analysis (N/A)
Master TCP Design Files (N/A)
Design Variations and Exceptions (N/A)
Design Report (N/A)
Quantities (N/A)
Cost Estimate (N/A)
Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
Other Roadway Analyses (N/A)
Field Reviews (N/A)
Monitor Existing Structures (N/A)
Technical Meetings (N/A)
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
Independent Peer Review (N/A)
Supervision (N/A)
Coordination (N/A)
ROADWAY PLANS and tasks 5.1 – 5.28 are N/A.
5.1
Key Sheet (N/A)
5.2
Summary of Pay Items Including Quantity Input (N/A)
5.3
Typical Section Sheets (N/A)
5.3.1 Typical Sections (N/A)
5.3.2 Typical Section Details (N/A)
5.4
General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A)
5.5
Summary of Quantities Sheets (N/A)
5.6
Project Layout (N/A)
5.7
Plan/Profile Sheet (N/A)
5.8
Profile Sheet (N/A)
5.9
Plan Sheet (N/A)
5.10 Special Profile (N/A)
5.11 Back-of-Sidewalk Profile Sheet (N/A)
5.12 Interchange Layout Sheet (N/A)
5.13 Ramp Terminal Details (Plan View) (N/A)
5.14 Intersection Layout Details (N/A)
5.15 Special Details (N/A)
5.16 Cross-Section Pattern Sheet(s) (N/A)
5.17 Roadway Soil Survey Sheet(s) (N/A)
5.18 Cross Sections (N/A)
5.19 Temporary Traffic Control Plan Sheets (N/A)
5.20 Temporary Traffic Control Cross Section Sheets (N/A)
5.21 Temporary Traffic Control Detail Sheets (N/A)
5.22 Utility Adjustment Sheets (N/A)
5.23 Selective Clearing and Grubbing Sheet(s) (N/A)
5.24 Project Network Control Sheet (N/A)
5.25 Environmental Detail Sheets (N/A)
5.26 Utility Verification Sheet(s) (SUE Data) (N/A)
5.27 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
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5.28 Supervision (N/A)
6a DRAINAGE ANALYSIS and tasks 6a.1 – 6a.25 are N/A.
6a.1 Drainage Map Hydrology (N/A)
6a.2 Base Clearance Report (N/A)
6a.3 Pond Siting Analysis and Report (N/A)
6a.4 Design of Cross Drains (N/A)
6a.5 Design of Ditches (N/A)
6a.6 Design of Stormwater Management Facility (Offsite or Infield Pond) (N/A)
6a.7 Design of Stormwater Management Facility (Roadside Ditch as Linear Pond)
(N/A)
6a.8 Design of Floodplain Compensation (N/A)
6a.9 Design of Storm Drains (N/A)
6a.10 Optional Culvert Material (N/A)
6a.11 French Drain Systems (N/A)
6a.12 Drainage Wells (N/A)
6a.13 Drainage Design Documentation Report (N/A)
6a.14 Bridge Hydraulic Report (N/A)
6a.15 Temporary Drainage Analysis (N/A)
6a.16 Cost Estimate (N/A)
6a.17 Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
6a.18 Other Drainage Analysis (N/A)
6a.19 Field Reviews (N/A)
6a.20 Technical Meetings (N/A)
6a.21 Environmental Look-Around Meetings (N/A)
6a.22 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
6a.23 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
6a.24 Supervision (N/A)
6a.25 Coordination (N/A)
6b DRAINAGE PLANS and tasks 6b.1 – 6b.14 are N/A.
6b.1 Drainage Map (Including Interchanges) (N/A)
6b.2 Bridge Hydraulics Recommendation Sheets (N/A)
6b.3 Summary of Drainage Structures (N/A)
6b.4 Optional Pipe/Culvert Material (N/A)
6b.5 Drainage Structure Sheet(s) (Per Structure) (N/A)
6b.6 Miscellaneous Drainage Detail Sheets (N/A)
6b.7 Lateral Ditch Plan/Profile (N/A)
6b.8 Lateral Ditch Cross Sections (N/A)
6b.9 Retention/Detention Pond Detail Sheet(s) (N/A)
6b.10 Retention Pond Cross Sections (N/A)
6b.11 Erosion Control Plan Sheet(s) (N/A)
6b.12 SWPPP Sheet(s) (N/A)
6b.13 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
6b.14 Supervision (N/A)
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7
UTILITIES
The CONSULTANT shall identify utility facilities and secure agreements, utility work
schedules, and plans from the Utility Agency Owners (UAO) ensuring all conflicts that
exist between utility facilities and the DEPARTMENT’s construction project are
addressed. The CONSULTANT shall certify all utility negotiations have been completed
and that arrangements have been made for utility work to be undertaken.
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
Utility Kickoff Meeting
Before any contact with the UAO(s), the CONSULTANT shall meet with the
District Utility Office (DUO) to receive guidance, as may be required, to assure
that all necessary coordination will be accomplished in accordance with
DEPARTMENT procedures. CONSULTANT shall bring a copy of the design
project work schedule reflecting utility activities.
Identify Existing Utility Agency Owner(s)
The Consultant shall identify all utilities within and adjacent to the project limits
that may be impacted by the project.
Make Utility Contacts
First Contact: The CONSULTANT shall send letters and two sets of plans to
each utility, one set for the utility office, and one set to the DEPARTMENT
Offices as required by the District. Includes contact by phone for meeting
coordination. Request type, size, location, easements, and cost for relocation if
reimbursement is claimed. Request the voltage level for power lines in the
project area. Send UAO requests for reimbursement to FDOT for a legal opinion.
Include the meeting schedule (if applicable) and the design schedule. Include
typical meeting agenda. If scheduling a meeting, give 4 weeks advance notice.
Second Contact: At a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the meeting, the
CONSULTANT shall transmit two complete sets of Phase II plans and the utility
conflict information (when applicable and in the format requested by the
DEPARTMENT) to each UAO having facilities located within the project limits,
and one set to the DEPARTMENT Offices as required by the District.
Third Contact: Identify agreements and assemble packages. The CONSULTANT
shall send agreements, letters, the utility conflict information (when applicable
and in the format requested by the DEPARTMENT) and two sets of plans to the
UAO(s) including all component sets, one set for the utility office, one set to
construction and maintenance if required. Include the design schedule.
Not all projects will have all contacts as described above.
Exception Processing (N/A)
Preliminary Utility Meeting (N/A)
Individual/Field Meetings (N/A)
Collect and Review Plans and Data from UAO(s)
The CONSULTANT shall review utility marked plans and data individually as
they are received for content. Ensure information from the UAO (utility type,
material and size) is sent to the designer for inclusion in the plans. Forward all
requests for utility reimbursement and supporting documentation to the DUO.
Subordination of Easements Coordination (N/A)
Utility Design Meeting
The CONSULTANT shall schedule (time and place), notify participants, and
conduct a Utility meeting with all affected UAO(s). The CONSULTANT shall
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7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.14
7.15
7.16
7.17
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be prepared to discuss impacts to existing trees/landscaping and proposed
landscaping, drainage, traffic signalization, maintenance of traffic (construction
phasing), review the current design schedule and letting date, evaluate the utility
information collected, provide follow-up information on compensable property
rights from FDOT Legal Office, discuss with each UAO the utility work by
highway contractor option, discuss any future design issues that may impact
utilities, etc., to the extent that they may have an effect on existing or proposed
utility facilities with particular emphasis on drainage and maintenance of traffic
with each UAO. The intent of this meeting shall be to assist the UAOs in
identifying and resolving conflicts between utilities and proposed construction
before completion of the plans, including utility adjustment details. Also to work
with the UAOs to recommend potential resolution between known utility
conflicts with proposed construction plans as may be deemed practical by the
UAO. The CONSULTANT shall keep accurate minutes of all meetings and
distribute a copy to all attendees within 3 days. See Task 4.5
(Horizontal/Vertical Master Design File) and Task 4.8 (Cross Section Design
Files) for utility conflict location identification and adjustments.
Review Utility Markups & Work Schedules and Processing of Schedules &
Agreements
The CONSULTANT shall review utility marked up plans and work schedules as
they are received for content and coordinate review with the designer. Send color
markups and schedules to the appropriate DEPARTMENT office(s) such as
survey, geotechnical, drainage, structures, lighting, roadway, signals, utilities,
landscape architecture, municipalities, maintaining agency, and District Traffic
Operations for review and comment if required by the District. Coordinate with
the District for execution. Distribute Executed Final Documents. Prepare Work
Order for UAO(s). The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with the DUO the
programming of necessary Work Program funds.
Utility Coordination/Follow-up
The CONSULTANT shall provide utility coordination and follow up. This
includes follow-up, interpreting plans, and assisting the UAOs with completion
of their work schedules and agreements. Includes phone calls, face-to-face
meetings, etc., to motivate and ensure the UAO(s) complete and return the
required documents in accordance with the project schedule. Ensure the
resolution of all known conflicts. The CONSULTANT shall keep accurate
minutes of all meetings and distribute a copy to all attendees. This task can be
applied to all phases of the project.
Utility Constructability Review (N/A)
Additional Utility Services (N/A)
Processing Utility Work by Highway Contractor (UWHC) (N/A)
Contract Plans to UAO(s) (N/A)
Certification/Close-Out (N/A)
Other Utilities (N/A)
ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS, COMPLIANCE AND CLEARANCES
The CONSULTANT shall notify the DEPARTMENT Project Manager,
Environmental Permit Coordinator and other appropriate DEPARTMENT
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personnel in advance of all scheduled meetings with the regulatory agencies to
allow a DEPARTMENT representative to attend. The CONSULTANT shall copy
in the Project Manager and the Environmental Permit Coordinator on all permit
related correspondence and meetings.
8.1
Preliminary Project Research
The CONSULTANT shall perform preliminary project research and shall be
responsible for regulatory agency coordination to assure that design efforts are
properly directed toward permit requirements. The research shall include a
review of the project’s PD&E documents including but not limited to the
Environmental Document, Wetland Evaluation Report, Endangered Species and
Biological Assessment and Essential Fish and Habitat Report.
The CONSULTANT shall also review for any existing easements or other
restrictions that may exist both within or proposed project boundary. The
CONSULTANT shall determine if any Sovereign Submerged Lands easements
need to modified or acquired. Project research may include but should not be
limited to review of available federal, state, and local permit files and databases,
local government information including county and property appraiser data. This
information will be shown on the plans as appropriate.
8.2
Field Work
8.2.1 Pond Site Alternatives:
The CONSULTANT shall review alternative pond sites as directed by the
DEPARTMENT.
8.2.2 Establish Wetland Jurisdictional Lines and Assessments:
The CONSULTANT shall collect all data and information necessary to
determine the boundaries of wetlands and other surface waters defined by the
rules or regulations of each agency processing or reviewing a permit application
necessary to construct the DEPARTMENT project.
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for, but not limited to, the following
activities:
Determine landward extent of wetlands and other surface waters as defined in Rule Chapter
62-340, F.A.C. as ratified in Section 373.4211, F.S.
 Determine the jurisdictional boundaries and obtain a jurisdictional determination of
wetlands and other surface waters as defined by rules or regulations of any permitting
authority that is processing a DEPARTMENT permit application.
 Prepare aerial maps showing the jurisdictional boundaries of wetlands and surface waters.
Aerial maps shall be reproducible, of a scale no greater than 1”=200’ and be recent
photography. The maps shall show the jurisdictional limits of each agency. Photo copies
of aerials are not acceptable. All jurisdictional boundaries are to be tied to the project’s
baseline of survey. When necessary, a wetland specific survey will be prepared by a
registered surveyor and mapper.
 Prepare a written assessment of the current condition and functional value of the wetlands
and other surface waters. Prepare data in tabular form which includes the ID number for
each wetland impacted, size of wetland to be impacted, type of impact and identify any
wetland within the project limits that will not be impacted by the project.
 Prepare appropriate Agency Forms to obtain required permits Forms may include but
are not limited to the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) “Wetland
Determination Data Form – Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain Region”; the USACE
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“Approved Jurisdictional Determination Form”; Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method
forms and/or project specific data forms.
8.2.3 Species Surveys:
The CONSULTANT shall conduct wildlife surveys as defined by rules or
regulations of any permitting authority that is processing a DEPARTMENT
permit.
8.2.4 Archaeological Surveys:
The CONSULTANT shall conduct Archaeological field surveys as required, in
accordance with Part 2, Chapter 12 of the PD&E Manual.
8.3
Agency Verification of Wetland Data
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for verification of wetland data
identified in Section 8.2 and coordinating regulatory agency field reviews,
including finalization of wetland assessments and jurisdictional determinations
with applicable agencies.
8.4
Complete and Submit All Required Permit Applications
The CONSULTANT shall prepare permit application packages as identified in
the Project Description section. The permit application package must be
approved by the DEPARTMENT prior to submittal to the regulatory agency.
The CONSULTANT shall collect all of the data and information necessary to
obtain the environmental permits required to construct the project. The
CONSULTANT shall prepare each permit application for DEPARTMENT
approval in accordance with the rules and/or regulations of the environmental
agency responsible for issuing a specific permit and/or authorization to perform
work.
The CONSULTANT will submit all permit applications, as directed by the
DEPARTMENT, and be responsible for payment of all permit fees.
Local Permits: N/A
8.5
Prepare Dredge and Fill Sketches (as needed)
8.6
Prepare USCG Permit
8.7
Prepare Water Management District Right of Way Occupancy Permit
8.8
Prepare Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) Permit Application (as
needed)
If a CCCL Permit is required, the CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the
preparation of the legal advertisement required to acquire the final “Notice to
Proceed” authorization for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
(FDEP). Legal advertisements shall be published one time in a newspaper that
meets the notification requirements of the FDEP.
8.9
Prepare Tree Permit Information (as needed)
8.10 Mitigation Design
If wetland impacts cannot be avoided, the CONSULTANT shall prepare a
mitigation plan to be included as a part of the Environmental Resource Permit
and or Section 404 permit applications.
Prior to the development of alternatives, the CONSULTANT shall meet with the
Project Manager to determine the DEPARTMENT’s policies in proposing
mitigation. The CONSULTANT shall proceed in the development of a
mitigation plan based upon the general guidelines provided by the
DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT will be directed by the DEPARTMENT to investigate the
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mitigation options that meet federal and state requirements in accordance with
section 373.4137, F.S. Below are mitigation options:
Payment to DEP/WMD for mitigation services as defined in Section 373.4137, F.S.
 Monetary participation in offsite regional mitigation plans
 Purchase of mitigation credits from a mitigation bank
 Creation/restoration on public lands
 Creation/restoration on right of way purchased by the DEPARTMENT
 Creation/restoration on existing DEPARTMENT right of way
In the event that physical creation or restoration is the only feasible alternative to
offset wetland impacts, the CONSULTANT shall collect all of the data and
information necessary to prepare alternative mitigation plans that may be
acceptable to all permitting agencies and commenting agencies who are
processing or reviewing a permit application for a DEPARTMENT project.
Prior to selection of a final mitigation site, the CONSULTANT will provide the
following services in the development of alternative mitigation plans:
Preliminary jurisdictional determination for each proposed site
 Selection of alternative sites
 Coordination of alternative sites with the DEPARTMENT/all environmental agencies
 Written narrative listing potential sites with justifications for both recommended and nonrecommended sites.

8.11 Mitigation Coordination and Meetings
The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with DEPARTMENT personnel prior to
approaching any environmental permitting or reviewing agencies. Once a
mitigation plan has been reviewed and approved by the DEPARTMENT, the
CONSULTANT will be responsible for coordinating the proposed mitigation
plan with the environmental agencies.
8.12 Other Environmental Permits
Environmental Clearances, Reevaluations and Technical Support
8.13 Technical Support to the DEPARTMENT for Environmental Clearances and
Re-evaluations
The CONSULTANT shall provide engineering and environmental support for
the DEPARTMENT to obtain clearances for all changes to the project after the
PD&E study was completed. These changes include but are not limited to pond
and/or mitigation sites identified, land use or environmental changes, and
significant design changes.
8.13.1 NEPA or SEIR Reevaluation: During the development of the final
design plans, the CONSULTANT shall be responsible for coordinating with the
District Project Manager to provide necessary engineering information required
in the preparation of the reevaluation by the DEPARTMENT. The preparation
of all environmental reevaluations on major projects include the following types
of reevaluations as listed in Part 1 Chapter 13 of the DEPARTMENT’s PD&E
Manual: Preliminary Engineering, Right of Way, Design Change, and
Construction Advertisement Reevaluations.
Design Change Reevaluations will be completed in accordance with Part 1
Chapter 13 of the PD&E Manual. A technical memorandum identifying the
commitments and how they were addressed shall be submitted to the District
Project Manager by the CONSULTANT for incorporation into the reevaluation.
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8.14
8.15
It is the responsibility of the CONSULTANT to provide the District Project
Manager with engineering information on major design changes including
changes in typical section, roadway alignment, pond site selection, right of way
requirements, bridge to box culvert, drainage, and traffic volumes that may affect
noise models.
8.13.2 Archaeological and Historical Features: The CONSULTANT shall
provide necessary technical information to the District's Project Manager to
analyze the impacts to all cultural and historical resources due to changes in the
project.
8.13.3 Wetland Impact Analysis: The CONSULTANT shall provide necessary
technical information to the District’s Project Manager to analyze the impacts to
wetlands and other surface waters due to changes in the project.
8.13.4 Essential Fish Habitat: The CONSULTANT shall provide necessary
technical information to the District’s Project Manager to analyze the impacts to
essential fish habitat due to changes in the project.
8.13.5 Wildlife and Habitat Impact Analysis: The CONSULTANT shall
provide necessary technical information to the District’s Project Manager to
analyze the impacts to all wildlife and habitat due to changes in the project.
8.13.6 Section 7 or Section 10 Consultation: The CONSULTANT shall
provide necessary technical information to the District’s Project Manager to
complete a Section 7 or Section 10 Consultation as applicable.
Preparation of Environmental Clearances and Reevaluations
The CONSULTANT shall prepare reports and clearances for all the changes to
the project that occurred after the PD&E study was completed. These changes
could include but are not limited to pond and/or mitigation sites identified, land
use or environmental changes, and significant design changes.
8.14.1 NEPA or SEIR Reevaluation: During the development of the final
design plans, the CONSULTANT shall be responsible for collecting the data and
preparing a Reevaluation in accordance with Part 1, Chapter 13 of the PD&E
Manual.
8.14.2 Archaeological and Historical Features: The CONSULTANT shall
collect data necessary to completely analyze the impacts, due to changes in the
project or project area, to all cultural and historic resources, and prepare a
Cultural Resource Assessment Request Package, in accordance with Part 2,
Chapter 12 of the PD&E Manual.
8.14.3 Wetland Impact Analysis: The CONSULTANT shall analyze the
impacts to wetlands due to changes to the project and complete the Wetlands
Evaluation Report, in accordance with Part 2, Chapter 18 of the PD&E Manual.
8.14.4 Essential Fish Habitat: The CONSULTANT shall analyze the impacts to
essential fish habitat due to changes to the project and complete the Essential
Fish Habitat Report, in accordance with Part 2, Chapter 11 of the PD&E Manual.
8.14.5 Wildlife and Habitat Impact Analysis: The CONSULTANT shall
collect data necessary and perform an Endangered Species Biological
Assessment, and analyze the impacts to wildlife and habitat by the changes to the
project, in accordance with Part 2, Chapter 27 of the PD&E Manual.
8.14.6 Section 7 or Section 10 Consultation: The CONSULTANT shall
perform the necessary analysis to complete a Section 7 or Section 10
Consultation as applicable.
Contamination Impact Analysis
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8.17
8.18
8.19
8.20
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The CONSULTANT shall perform the necessary analysis to complete the
Contamination Screening Evaluation for any changes to the project and complete
the Contamination Screening Evaluation Report as described in Part 2, Chapter
22, of the PD&E Manual.
Asbestos Survey
The CONSULTANT shall secure the services of a Florida Licensed Asbestos
Consultant to perform a comprehensive Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM)
survey of all bridges on the project. The survey shall include sampling of all
suspect ACM. In the event that ACM is found on the bridge, the
CONSULTANT shall prepare (in coordination with the DEPARTMENT’s
District Asbestos Coordinator) plans, specifications, general notes, pay item
notes and an Operation and Maintenance (O&M) plan for any asbestos to remain
in place. The CONSULTANT shall submit four (4) hard copies and one (1)
electronic copy of the final ACM survey, and the required copies of any
additional supporting documents, to the DEPARTMENT’s Project Manager and
to the District Asbestos Coordinator at the time of the Phase I submittal.
Technical Meetings
Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Supervision
Coordination
STRUCTURES - SUMMARY AND MISCELLANEOUS TASKS AND DRAWINGS
and task 9.1 – 9.15 are N/A.
9.1 Key Sheet and Index of Drawings (N/A)
9.2
Project Layout (N/A)
9.3
General Notes and Bid Item Notes (N/A)
9.4
Miscellaneous Common Details (N/A)
9.5
Incorporate Report of Core Borings (N/A)
9.6
Existing Bridge Plans (N/A)
9.7
Assemble Plan Summary Boxes and Quantities (N/A)
9.8
Cost Estimate (N/A)
9.9
Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
9.10 Field Reviews (N/A)
9.11 Technical Meetings (N/A)
9.12 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
9.13 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
9.14 Supervision (N/A)
9.15 Coordination (N/A)
10 STRUCTURES - BRIDGE DEVELOPMENT REPORT and tasks 10.1 – 10.35 are
N/A.
General Requirements and tasks 10.1 – 10.3 are N/A.
10.1 Bridge Geometry (N/A)
10.2 Ship Impact Data Collection (N/A)
10.3 Ship Impact Criteria (N/A)
Superstructure Alternatives and tasks 10.4 – 10.7 are N/A.
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10.4 Short Span Concrete (N/A)
10.5 Medium-Span Concrete (N/A)
10.6 Long Span Concrete (N/A)
10.7 Structural Steel (N/A)
Foundation and Substructure Alternatives and tasks 10.8 – 10.10 are N/A.
10.8 Pier/Bent (N/A)
10.9 Shallow Foundations / GRS Abutments (N/A)
10.10 Deep Foundations (N/A)
Movable Span and tasks 10.11 – 10.23 are N/A.
10.11 Data Collection and Design Criteria (N/A)
10.12 Movable Span Geometrics and Clearances (N/A)
10.13 Deck System Evaluation (N/A)
10.14 Framing Plan Development (N/A)
10.15 Main Girder Preliminary Design (N/A)
10.16 Conceptual Span Balance/Counterweight (N/A)
10.17 Support System Development (N/A)
10.18 Drive Power Calculations (N/A)
10.19 Drive System Development (N/A)
10.20 Power and Control Development (N/A)
10.21 Conceptual Pier Design (N/A)
10.22 Foundation Analysis (FL PIER) (N/A)
10.23 Tender Visibility Study (N/A)
Other BDR Issues and tasks 10.24 – 10.30 are N/A.
10.24 Aesthetics (N/A)
10.25 TCP/Staged Construction Requirements (N/A)
10.26 Constructability Requirements (N/A)
10.27 Load Rating for Damaged/Widened Structures (N/A)
10.28 Quantity and Cost Estimates (N/A)
10.29 Quantity and Cost Estimates - Movable Span (N/A)
10.30 Wall Type Justification (N/A)
Report Preparation and tasks 10.31 – 10.35 are N/A.
10.31 Exhibits (N/A)
10.32 Exhibits - Movable Span (N/A)
10.33 Report Preparation (N/A)
10.34 Report Preparation - Movable Span (N/A)
10.35 BDR Submittal Package (N/A)
Preliminary Plans (N/A)
11 STRUCTURES - TEMPORARY BRIDGE and tasks 11.1 – 11.8 are N/A.
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 11.1 – 11.3 are N/A.
11.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A)
11.2 General Plan and Elevation (N/A)
11.3 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 11.4 – 11.5 are N/A.
11.4 End Bent Structural Design (N/A)
11.5 End Bent Details (N/A)
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Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 11.6 – 11.7 are N/A.
11.6 Intermediate Bent Structural Design (N/A)
11.7 Intermediate Bent Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 11.8 is N/A.
11.8 Foundation Layout (N/A)
12 STRUCTURES - SHORT SPAN CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 12.1 – 12.28 are
N/A.
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 12.1 – 12.6 are N/A.
12.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A)
12.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A)
12.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A)
12.4 Construction Staging (N/A)
12.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A)
12.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 12.7 – 12.10 are N/A.
12.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A)
12.8 End Bent Structural Design (N/A)
12.9 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
12.10 End Bent Details (N/A)
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 12.11 – 12.15 are N/A.
12.11 Bent Geometry (N/A)
12.12 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A)
12.13 Bent Structural Design (N/A)
12.14 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
12.15 Bent Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 12.16 is N/A.
12.16 Foundation Layout (N/A)
Superstructure Design and Plans and tasks 12.17 – 12.18 are N/A.
12.17 Finish Grade Elevation Calculation (N/A)
12.18 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
Cast-In-Place Slab Bridges and tasks 12.19 – 12.21 are N/A.
12.19 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)
12.20 Superstructure Plan (N/A)
12.21 Superstructure Sections and Details (N/A)
Prestressed Slab Unit Bridges and tasks 12.22 – 12.26 are N/A.
12.22 Prestressed Slab Unit Design (N/A)
12.23 Prestressed Slab Unit Layout (N/A)
12.24 Prestressed Slab Unit Details and Schedule (N/A)
12.25 Deck Topping Reinforcing Layout (N/A)
12.26 Superstructure Sections and Details (N/A)
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 12.27 is N/A.
12.27 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A)
Load Rating and task 12.28 is N/A.
12.28 Load Rating (N/A)
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13 STRUCTURES - MEDIUM SPAN CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 13.1 – 13. 55 are
N/A.
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 13.1 – 13.6 are N/A.
13.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A)
13.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A)
13.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A)
13.4 Construction Staging (N/A)
13.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A)
13.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 13.7 – 13.11 are N/A.
13.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A)
13.8 Wingwall Design and Geometry (N/A)
13.9 End Bent Structural Design (N/A)
13.10 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
13.11 End Bent Details (N/A)
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 13.12 – 13.16 are N/A.
13.12 Bent Geometry (N/A)
13.13 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A)
13.14 Bent Structural Design (N/A)
13.15 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
13.16 Bent Details (N/A)
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 13.17 – 13.21 are N/A.
13.17 Pier Geometry (N/A)
13.18 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A)
13.19 Pier Structural Design (N/A)
13.20 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A)
13.21 Pier Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 13.22 are N/A.
13.22 Foundation Layout (N/A)
Superstructure Deck Design and Plans and tasks 13.23 – 13.30 are N/A.
13.23 Finish Grade Elevation (FGE) Calculation (N/A)
13.24 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
13.25 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)
13.26 Bridge Deck Reinforcing and Concrete Quantities (N/A)
13.27 Diaphragm Design/Jacking Loads (N/A)
13.28 Superstructure Plan (N/A)
13.29 Superstructure Section (N/A)
13.30 Miscellaneous Superstructure Details (N/A)
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 13.31 is N/A.
13.31 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A)
Continuous Concrete Girder Design and tasks 13.32 – 13.48 are N/A.
13.32 Section Properties (N/A)
13.33 Material Properties (N/A)
13.34 Construction Sequence (N/A)
13.35 Tendon Layouts (N/A)
13.36 Live Load Analysis (N/A)
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13.37 Temperature Gradient (N/A)
13.38 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A)
13.39 Stress Summary (N/A)
13.40 Ultimate Moments (N/A)
13.41 Ultimate Shear (N/A)
13.42 Construction Loading (N/A)
13.43 Framing Plan (N/A)
13.44 Girder Elevation, including Grouting Plan and Vent Locations (N/A)
13.45 Girder Details (N/A)
13.46 Erection Sequence (N/A)
13.47 Splice Details (N/A)
13.48 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A)
Simple Span Concrete Design and tasks 13.49 – 13.51 are N/A.
13.49 Prestressed Beam (N/A)
13.50 Prestressed Beam Schedules (N/A)
13.51 Framing Plan (N/A)
Beam Stability and task 13.52 is N/A.
13.52 Beam/Girder Stability (N/A)
Bearing and tasks 13.53 – 13.54 are N/A.
13.53 Bearing Pad and Bearing Plate Design (N/A)
13.54 Bearing Pad and Bearing Plate Details (N/A)
Load Rating and task 13.55 is N/A.
13.55 Load Ratings (N/A)
14 STRUCTURES - STRUCTURAL STEEL BRIDGE and tasks 14.1 – 14. 60 are N/A.
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 14.1 – 14.6 are N/A.
14.1 Overall Bridge Final Geometry (N/A)
14.2 Expansion/Contraction Analysis (N/A)
14.3 General Plan and Elevation (N/A)
14.4 Construction Staging (N/A)
14.5 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A)
14.6 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 14.7 – 14.11 are N/A.
14.7 End Bent Geometry (N/A)
14.8 Wingwall Design and Geometry (N/A)
14.9 End Bent Structural Design (N/A)
14.10 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
14.11 End Bent Details (N/A)
Intermediate Bent Design and Plans and tasks 14.12 – 14.16 are N/A.
14.12 Bent Geometry (N/A)
14.13 Bent Stability Analysis (N/A)
14.14 Bent Structural Design (N/A)
14.15 Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
14.16 Bent Details (N/A)
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 14.17 – 14.21 are N/A.
14.17 Pier Geometry (N/A)
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14.18 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A)
14.19 Pier Structural Design (N/A)
14.20 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A)
14.21 Pier Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 14.22 are N/A.
14.22 Foundation Layout (N/A)
Superstructure Deck Design and Plans and tasks 14.23 – 14.29 are N/A.
14.23 Finish Grade Elevation (FGE) Calculation (N/A)
14.24 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
14.25 Bridge Deck Design (N/A)
14.26 Bridge Deck Reinforcing and Concrete Quantities (N/A)
14.27 Superstructure Plan (N/A)
14.28 Superstructure Section (N/A)
14.29 Miscellaneous Bridge Deck Details (N/A)
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 14.30 are N/A.
14.30 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A)
Structural Steel Plate Girder Design and tasks 14.31 – 14.44 are N/A.
14.31 Unit Modeling (N/A)
14.32 Section Design (N/A)
14.33 Stiffener Design and Locations (N/A)
14.34 Cross-frame Design (N/A)
14.35 Connections (N/A)
14.36 Bearing Assembly Design and Detailing (With Jacking Analysis) (N/A)
14.37 Splice Design (N/A)
14.38 Shear Stud Connectors (N/A)
14.39 Deflection Analysis (N/A)
14.40 Framing Plan (N/A)
14.41 Girder Elevation (N/A)
14.42 Structural Steel Details (N/A)
14.43 Splice Details (N/A)
14.44 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A)
Structural Steel Box Girder Design and tasks 14.45 – 14.59 are N/A.
14.45 Unit Modeling (N/A)
14.46 Section Design (N/A)
14.47 Stiffener Design and Locations (N/A)
14.48 Interior Cross-Frame Design (N/A)
14.49 Exterior Cross-Frame Design (N/A)
14.50 Connections (N/A)
14.51 Bearing Assembly Design and Detailing (with Jacking Analysis) (N/A)
14.52 Splice Design (N/A)
14.53 Shear Stud Connectors (N/A)
14.54 Deflection Analysis (N/A)
14.55 Framing Plan (N/A)
14.56 Girder Elevation (N/A)
14.57 Structural Steel Details (N/A)
14.58 Splice Details (N/A)
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14.59 Girder Deflections and Camber (N/A)
Erection Scheme and tasks 14.60 – 14.61 are N/A.
14.60 Erection Scheme Analysis (N/A)
14.61 Erection Scheme (N/A)
Load Rating and task 14.62 are N/A.
14.62 Load Rating (N/A)
15 STRUCTURES - SEGMENTAL CONCRETE BRIDGE and tasks 15.1 – 15.77 are
N/A.
General Layout Design and Plans and tasks 15.1 – 15.9 are N/A.
15.1 Final Bridge Geometry (N/A)
15.2 Casting Geometry Calculation (N/A)
15.3 Finish Grade Geometry Calculation (N/A)
15.4 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
15.5 Construction Schedule (N/A)
15.6 General Plan and Elevation (N/A)
15.7 Approach Slab Plan and Details (N/A)
15.8 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
15.9 Existing Bridge Plans (N/A)
End Bent Design and Plans and tasks 15.10 – 15.14 are N/A.
15.10 End Bent Geometry (N/A)
15.11 Wingwall Geometry and Design (N/A)
15.12 End Bent Structural Design (N/A)
15.13 End Bent Plan and Elevation (N/A)
15.14 End Bent Details (N/A)
Pier Design and Plans and tasks 15.15 – 15.20 are N/A.
15.15 Pier Geometry (N/A)
15.16 Pier Stability Analysis (N/A)
15.17 Pier Construction Loads (N/A)
15.18 Pier Structural Design (N/A)
15.19 Pier Plan and Elevation (N/A)
15.20 Pier Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Substructure Design and Plans and task 15.21 are N/A.
15.21 Foundation Layout (N/A)
Longitudinal Analysis and tasks 15.22 – 15.33 are N/A.
15.22 Section Properties (N/A)
15.23 Material Properties (N/A)
15.24 Superimposed Dead Loads (N/A)
15.25 Construction Sequence (N/A)
15.26 Tendon Layouts (N/A)
15.27 Live Load Analysis (N/A)
15.28 Temperature Gradient (N/A)
15.29 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A)
15.30 Stress Summary (N/A)
15.31 Ultimate Moments (N/A)
15.32 Ultimate Shear (N/A)
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15.33 Construction Loading (N/A)
Transverse Analysis and tasks 15.34 – 15.39 are N/A.
15.34 Time Dependent Analysis (N/A)
15.35 Live Load Analysis (N/A)
15.36 Temperature Gradient (N/A)
15.37 Stress Summary (N/A)
15.38 Ultimate Moments (N/A)
15.39 Construction Loading (N/A)
Superstructure Design and tasks 15.40 – 15.47 are N/A.
15.40 Typical Segment (N/A)
15.41 Pier Segment (N/A)
15.42 Expansion Joint Segment (N/A)
15.43 Blister Details (N/A)
15.44 Deviator Blocks (N/A)
15.45 Bearings (N/A)
15.46 Expansion Joints (N/A)
15.47 Special Analysis (N/A)
Superstructure Plans and tasks 15.48 – 15.57 are N/A.
15.48 Typical Sections (N/A)
15.49 Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
15.50 Segment Layout / Designations (N/A)
15.51 Typical Segments (N/A)
15.52 Variable Depth Segments (N/A)
15.53 Pier Segments (N/A)
15.54 Expansion Joint Segments (N/A)
15.55 CIP Closure Joint Details (N/A)
15.56 Casting Geometry (N/A)
15.57 Integrated 3-D Drawings (N/A)
Post-Tensioning Details and tasks 15.58 – 15.66 are N/A.
15.58 Bulkhead Details (N/A)
15.59 Transverse Tendon Layout (N/A)
15.60 Longitudinal Tendon Layout (N/A)
15.61 Temporary Post-Tensioning (N/A)
15.62 Quantities and Stressing Schedule (N/A)
15.63 Future Post-Tensioning (N/A)
15.64 Anchorage Blisters (N/A)
15.65 Deviation Blocks (N/A)
15.66 PT Grouting Plan Details (N/A)
Miscellaneous Details and tasks 15.67 – 15.75 are N/A.
15.67 Erection Sequence and Details (N/A)
15.68 Access Opening Details (N/A)
15.69 Bearings (N/A)
15.70 Expansion Joints (N/A)
15.71 Vermin Screen Details (N/A)
15.72 Railing Details (N/A)
15.73 Lighting and Luminaries (N/A)
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15.74 Architectural Details (N/A)
15.75 Special Systems (N/A)
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 15.76 are N/A.
15.76 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar Lists (N/A)
Load Rating and task 15.77 are N/A.
15.77 Load Rating (LRFR) (N/A)
16 STRUCTURES - MOVABLE SPAN and tasks 16.1 – 16.102 are N/A.
Final Design Bascule Pier and tasks 16.1- 16.9 are N/A.
16.1 Pier Deck (N/A)
16.2 Leaf/Pier Clearance Diagrams (N/A)
16.3 Load Shoe Columns (N/A)
16.4 Trunnion Columns (N/A)
16.5 Foundations (N/A)
16.6 Footing (N/A)
16.7 Seal (N/A)
16.8 Back Wall (Approach Span Bearings) Closed Piers only (N/A)
16.9 Bascule Pier Deck Elevations (N/A)
Bascule Pier Dimensions - Detailing and tasks 16.10- 16.12 are N/A.
16.10 Pier Plan Views (N/A)
16.11 Pier Elevations Views (N/A)
16.12 Pier Sections (N/A)
Bascule Pier Reinforcing Details and task 16.13 are N/A.
16.13 Pier Reinforcing (N/A)
Bascule Pier Miscellaneous Details and tasks 16.14 – 16.20 are N/A.
16.14 Pier Barrier Details (N/A)
16.15 Stair Details (N/A)
16.16 Handrail Details (N/A)
16.17 Ladder and Hatch Details (N/A)
16.18 Pier Equipment (N/A)
16.19 Bascule Pier Notes and Summary of Quantities (N/A)
16.20 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
Bascule Leaf Design and tasks 16.21 – 16.38 are N/A.
16.21 Deck Design (N/A)
16.22 Sidewalk Design (N/A)
16.23 Stringer Design (N/A)
16.24 Typical Floorbeam Design (N/A)
16.25 End Floorbeam Design (N/A)
16.26 Deep Floorbeam Design (N/A)
16.27 Sidewalk Bracket Design (N/A)
16.28 Roadway Bracket Design (N/A)
16.29 Main Girder Influence Lines (N/A)
16.30 Main Girder Design (N/A)
16.31 Trunnion Girder Design (N/A)
16.32 Main Girder Camber Data (N/A)
16.33 Leaf Lateral Bracing Design (N/A)
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16.34 Counterweight Design (N/A)
16.35 Live Load Shoe Design (N/A)
16.36 Barrier Design (N/A)
16.37 Deck Elevations (N/A)
16.38 Balance Calculations (N/A)
Bascule Leaf Detailing and tasks 16.39 – 16.59 are N/A.
16.39 Bascule GP&E (N/A)
16.40 Bascule Leaf Notes (N/A)
16.41 Framing Plan (N/A)
16.42 Flooring Plan and Details (N/A)
16.43 Typical Section and Finish Grade Elevations (N/A)
16.44 Girder Elevation (N/A)
16.45 Girder Details (N/A)
16.46 Camber Layout (N/A)
16.47 Floor Beams (N/A)
16.48 Counterweight Girder/Box (N/A)
16.49 Trunnion Girder (N/A)
16.50 Cylinder Girder (N/A)
16.51 Lateral Bracing Details (N/A)
16.52 Counterweight Bracing Details (N/A)
16.53 Joint Details (N/A)
16.54 Traffic Barrier Details (N/A)
16.55 Pedestrian Rail and Support Details (N/A)
16.56 Curb and Sidewalk Details (N/A)
16.57 Barrier and Sidewalk Bracket Details (N/A)
16.58 Counterweight Details (N/A)
16.59 Stress Table or Influence Lines (N/A)
Mechanical Design and tasks 16.60 – 16.63 are N/A.
16.60 Final Power Requirements (N/A)
16.61 Trunnion Assembly (N/A)
16.62 Span Locks (N/A)
16.63 Sump Pumps (N/A)
Mechanical Drive Design and tasks 16.64 – 16.67 are N/A.
16.64 Drive Shafts, Couplings, Keys, Bearings and Supports (N/A)
16.65 Rack and Pinion, Bearings and Supports (N/A)
16.66 Drive Train (N/A)
16.67 Motor Brakes and Machinery Brakes (N/A)
Hydraulic Drive Design and task 16.68 is N/A.
16.68 Hydraulic Drive (N/A)
Machinery Detailing and tasks 16.69 – 16.74 are N/A.
16.69 Machinery Layout (N/A)
16.70 Machinery Elevation (N/A)
16.71 Machinery Section (N/A)
16.72 Trunnion Assembly (N/A)
16.73 Drive Details (N/A)
16.74 Span Locks (N/A)
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Electrical Design and tasks 16.75 – 16.81 are N/A.
16.75 Load Analysis (N/A)
16.76 Power Distribution (N/A)
16.77 Drive Equipment (N/A)
16.78 Bridge Controls (N/A)
16.79 Grounding (N/A)
16.80 Lightning and Surge Suppression (N/A)
16.81 Pier Lighting (N/A)
Electrical Detailing and tasks 16.82 – 16.94 are N/A.
16.82 Electrical Plan and Elevation (N/A)
16.83 Electrical Symbols and Abbreviations (N/A)
16.84 Single/Three Line Diagram (N/A)
16.85 Panel Board and Light Fixture Schedules (N/A)
16.86 Wire and Conduit Schedules and Diagrams (N/A)
16.87 Control Desk/Panel Layout (N/A)
16.88 Control Schematics (N/A)
16.89 PLC Logic (N/A)
16.90 Communication System (N/A)
16.91 Navigation Lighting Details (N/A)
16.92 Pedestrian Gate, Traffic Gate, and Barrier Details (N/A)
16.93 Submarine Cable (N/A)
16.94 Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
Control House and tasks 16.95 – 16.100 are N/A.
16.95 Architectural Design (N/A)
16.96 Architectural Details (N/A)
16.97 Structural Design (N/A)
16.98 Structural Details (N/A)
16.99 HVAC/Plumbing Design (N/A)
16.100 HVAC/Plumbing/Electrical Cables (N/A)
Reinforcing Bar Lists and task 16.101 are N/A.
16.101 Preparation of Reinforcing Bar List (N/A)
Load Rating and task 16.102 are N/A.
16.102 Load Rating (N/A)
17 STRUCTURES - RETAINING WALLS and tasks 17.1 – 17.21 are N/A.
General Requirements and tasks 17.1 – 17.2 are N/A.
17.1 Key Sheet (N/A)
17.2 Horizontal Wall Geometry (N/A)
Permanent Proprietary Walls and tasks 17.3 – 17.6 are N/A.
17.3 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A)
17.4 Semi-Standard Drawings (N/A)
17.5 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A)
17.6 Details (N/A)
Temporary Proprietary Walls and tasks 17.7 – 17.10 are N/A.
17.7 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A)
17.8 Semi-Standard Drawings (N/A)
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17.9 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A)
17.10 Details (N/A)
Cast-In-Place Retaining Walls and tasks 17.11 – 17.16 are N/A.
17.11 Design (N/A)
17.12 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A)
17.13 General Notes (N/A)
17.14 Wall Plan and Elevations (Control Drawings) (N/A)
17.15 Sections and Details (N/A)
17.16 Reinforcing Bar List (N/A)
Other Retaining Walls and Bulkheads and tasks 17.17 – 17.21 are N/A.
17.17 Design (N/A)
17.18 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A)
17.19 General Notes, Tables and Miscellaneous Details (N/A)
17.20 Wall Plan and Elevations (N/A)
17.21 Details (N/A)
18 STRUCTURES - MISCELLANEOUS and tasks 18.1 – 18.31 are N/A.
Concrete Box Culverts and tasks 18.1 – 18.2 are N/A.
18.1 Concrete Box Culverts (N/A)
18.2 Concrete Box Culverts Extensions (N/A)
18.3 Concrete Box Culvert Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A)
18.4 Concrete Box Culvert Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)
Strain Poles and tasks 18.3 – 18.4 are N/A.
18.5 Steel Strain Poles (N/A)
18.6 Concrete Strain Poles (N/A)
18.7 Strain Pole Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A)
18.8 Strain Pole Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)
Mast Arms and task 18.5 are N/A.
18.9 Mast Arms (N/A)
18.10 Mast Arms Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A)
18.11 Mast Arms Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)
Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structure and tasks 18.6 – 18.10 are N/A.
18.12 Cantilever Sign Structures (N/A)
18.13 Overhead Span Sign Structures (N/A)
18.14 Special (Long Span) Overhead Sign Structures (N/A)
18.15 Monotube Overhead Sign Structure (N/A)
18.16 Bridge Mounted Signs (Attached to Superstructure) (N/A)
18.17 Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structures Data Table Plan Sheets (N/A)
18.18 Overhead/Cantilever Sign Structures Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)
High Mast Lighting and task 18.11 are N/A.
18.19 Non-Standard High Mast Lighting Structures (N/A)
18.20 High Mast Lighting Special Details Plan Sheets (N/A)
Noise Barrier Walls (Ground Mount) and tasks 18.12 – 18.18 are N/A.
18.21 Horizontal Wall Geometry (N/A)
18.22 Vertical Wall Geometry (N/A)
18.23 Summary of Quantities – Aesthetic Requirements (N/A)
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18.24 Control Drawings (N/A)
18.25 Design of Noise Barrier Walls Covered by Standards (N/A)
18.26 Design of Noise Barrier Walls not Covered by Standards (N/A)
18.27 Aesthetic Details (N/A)
Special Structures and tasks 18.19 – 18.22 are N/A.
18.28 Fender System (N/A)
18.28 Fender System (N/A)
18.30 Special Structures (N/A)
18.31 Other Structures (N/A)
19 SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING ANALYSIS and tasks 19.1 – 19.16 are N/A
19.1 Traffic Data Analysis (N/A)
19.2 No Passing Zone Study (N/A)
19.3 Reference and Master Design File (N/A)
19.4 Multi-Post Sign Support Calculations (N/A)
19.5 Sign Panel Design Analysis (N/A)
19.6 Sign Lighting/Electrical Calculations (N/A)
19.7 Quantities (N/A)
19.8 Cost Estimate (N/A)
19.9 Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
19.10 Other Signing and Pavement Marking Analysis (N/A)
19.11 Field Reviews
19.12 Technical Meetings (N/A)
19.13 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
19.14 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
19.15 Supervision (N/A)
19.16 Coordination (N/A)
20 SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING PLANS and tasks 20.1 – 20.15 are N/A.
20.1 Key Sheet (N/A)
20.2 Summary of Pay Items Including TRNS*Port Input (N/A)
20.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A)
20.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A)
20.5 Project Layout (N/A)
20.6 Plan Sheet (N/A)
20.7 Typical Details (N/A)
20.8 Guide Sign Work Sheet(s) (N/A)
20.9 Traffic Monitoring Site (N/A)
20.10 Cross Sections (N/A)
20.11 Special Service Point Details (N/A)
20.12 Special Details (N/A)
20.13 Interim Standards (N/A)
20.14 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
20.15 Supervision (N/A)
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21 SIGNALIZATION ANALYSIS and tasks 21.1 – 21.19 are N/A.
21.1 Traffic Data Collection (N/A)
21.2 Traffic Data Analysis (N/A)
21.3 Signal Warrant Study (N/A)
21.4 Systems Timings (N/A)
21.5 Reference and Master Signalization Design File (N/A)
21.6 Reference and Master Interconnect Communication Design File (N/A)
21.7 Overhead Street Name Sign Design (N/A)
21.8 Pole Elevation Analysis (N/A)
21.9 Traffic Signal Operation Report (N/A)
21.10 Quantities (N/A)
21.11 Cost Estimate (N/A)
21.12 Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
21.13 Other Signalization Analysis (N/A)
21.14 Field Reviews (N/A)
21.15 Technical Meetings (N/A)
21.16 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
21.17 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
21.18 Supervision (N/A)
21.19 Coordination (N/A)
22 SIGNALIZATION PLANS and tasks 22.1 – 22.18 are N/A.
22.1 Key Sheet (N/A)
22.2 Summary of Pay Items Including Designer Interface (TRNS*Port) Input (N/A)
22.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A)
22.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A)
22.5 Plan Sheet (N/A)
22.6 Interconnect Plans (N/A)
22.7 Traffic Monitoring Site (N/A)
22.8 Guide Sign Worksheet (N/A)
22.9 Special Details (N/A)
22.10 Special Service Point Details (N/A)
22.11 Mast Arm/Monotube Tabulation Sheet (N/A)
22.12 Strain Pole Schedule (N/A)
22.13 TCP Signal (Temporary) (N/A)
22.14 Temporary Detection Sheet (N/A)
22.15 Utility Conflict Sheet (N/A)
22.16 Interim Standards (N/A)
22.17 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
22.18 Supervision (N/A)
23 LIGHTING ANALYSIS and tasks 23.1 – 23.18 are N/A.
23.1 Lighting Justification Report (N/A)
23.2 Lighting Design Analysis Report (N/A)
23.3 Aeronautical Evaluation (N/A)
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23.5
23.6
23.7
23.8
23.9
23.10
23.11
23.12
23.13
23.14
23.15
23.16
23.17
23.18
Voltage Drop Calculations (N/A)
FDEP Coordination and Report (N/A)
Reference and Master Design Files (N/A)
Temporary Lighting (N/A)
Design Documentation (N/A)
Quantities (N/A)
Cost Estimate (N/A)
Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
Other Lighting Analysis (N/A)
Field Reviews (N/A)
Technical Meetings (N/A)
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
Independent Peer Review (N/A)
Supervision (N/A)
Coordination (N/A)
24 LIGHTING PLANS and tasks 24.1 – 24.14 are N/A.
24.1 Key Sheet (N/A)
24.2 Summary of Pay Item Sheet Including Designer Interface (TRNS*Port) Input
(N/A)
24.3 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A)
24.4 General Notes/Pay Item Notes (N/A)
24.5 Pole Data, Legend & Criteria (N/A)
24.6 Service Point Details (N/A)
24.7 Project Layout (N/A)
24.8 Plan Sheet (N/A)
24.9 Special Details (N/A)
24.10 Temporary Lighting Data and Details (N/A)
24.11 Traffic Control Plan Sheets (N/A)
24.12 Interim Standards (N/A)
24.13 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
24.14 Supervision (N/A)
25 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ANALYSIS and tasks 25.1 – 25.16 are N/A.
25.1 Data Collection (N/A)
25.2 Site Inventory and Analysis (N/A)
25.3 Planting Design (N/A)
25.4 Irrigation Design (N/A)
25.5 Hardscape Design (N/A)
25.6 Plan Summary Boxes (N/A)
25.7 Cost Estimates (N/A)
25.8 Technical Special Provisions (N/A)
25.9 Other Landscape Architecture (N/A)
25.10 Outdoor Advertising (N/A)
25.11 Field Reviews (N/A)
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25.13
25.14
25.15
25.16
25.17
Technical Meetings / Public Meetings (N/A)
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
Independent Peer Review (N/A)
Supervision (N/A)
Project Coordination (N/A)
Interdisciplinary Coordination (N/A)
26 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PLANS and tasks 26.1 – 26.16 are N/A.
26.1 Key Sheet (N/A)
26.2 Tabulation of Quantities (N/A)
26.3 General Notes (N/A)
26.4 Tree and Vegetation Inventory, Protection and Relocation Plans (N/A)
26.5 Planting Plans for Linear Roadway Projects (N/A)
26.6 Planting Plans (Interchanges and Toll Plazas) (N/A)
26.7 Planting Details and Notes (N/A)
26.8 Irrigation Plans for Linear Roadway Project (N/A)
26.9 Irrigation Plans for Interchange and Toll Plazas (N/A)
26.10 Irrigation Details and Notes (N/A)
26.11 Hardscape Plans (N/A)
26.12 Hardscape Details and Notes (N/A)
26.13 Maintenance Plan (N/A)
26.14 Cost Estimate (N/A)
26.15 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
26.16 Supervision (N/A)
27 SURVEY and tasks 27.1 – 27.35 are N/A.
27.1 Horizontal Project Control (HPC) (N/A)
27.2 Vertical Project Control (VPC) (N/A)
27.3 Alignment and/or Existing Right of Way (R/W) Lines (N/A)
27.4 Aerial Targets (N/A)
27.5 Reference Points (N/A)
27.6 Topography/Digital Terrain Model (DTM) (3D) (N/A)
27.7 Planimetric (2D) (N/A)
27.8 Roadway Cross Sections/Profiles (N/A)
27.9 Side Street Surveys (N/A)
27.10 Underground Utilities (N/A)
27.11 Outfall Survey (N/A)
27.12 Drainage Survey (N/A)
27.13 Bridge Survey (Minor/Major) (N/A)
27.14 Channel Survey (N/A)
27.15 Pond Site Survey (N/A)
27.16 Mitigation Survey (N/A)
27.17 Jurisdiction Line Survey (N/A)
27.18 Geotechnical Support (N/A)
27.19 Sectional/Grant Survey (N/A)
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27.20
27.21
27.22
27.23
27.24
27.25
27.26
27.27
27.28
27.29
27.30
27.31
27.32
27.33
27.34
27.35
Subdivision Location (N/A)
Maintained R/W (N/A)
Boundary Survey (N/A)
Water Boundary Survey (N/A)
Right of Way Staking, Parcel / Right of Way Line (N/A)
Right of Way Monumentation (N/A)
Line Cutting (N/A)
Work Zone Safety (N/A)
Miscellaneous Surveys (N/A)
Supplemental Surveys (N/A)
Document Research (N/A)
Field Review (N/A)
Technical Meetings (N/A)
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) (N/A)
Supervision (N/A)
Coordination (N/A)
28 PHOTOGRAMMETRY and tasks 28.1 – 28.25 are N/A.
28.1 Flight Preparation (N/A)
28.2 Control Point Coordination (N/A)
28.3 Mobilization (N/A)
28.4 Flight Operations (N/A)
28.5 Film Processing (N/A)
28.6 Photo Products (N/A)
28.7 Scanning (N/A)
28.8 Lidar (N/A)
28.9 Aerial Triangulation (N/A)
28.10 Surfaces (N/A)
28.11 Ortho Generation (N/A)
28.12 Rectified Digital Imagery (Georeferenced) (N/A)
28.13 Mosaicking (N/A)
28.14 Sheet Clipping (N/A)
28.15 Topographics (3D) (N/A)
28.16 Planimetrics (2D) (N/A)
28.17 Drainage Basin (N/A)
28.18 CADD Edit (N/A)
28.19 Data Merging (N/A)
28.20 Miscellaneous (N/A)
28.21 Field Review (N/A)
28.22 Technical Meetings (N/A)
28.23 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
28.24 Supervision (N/A)
28.25 Coordination (N/A)
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29 MAPPING and tasks 29.1 – 29.36 are N/A.
Master CADD File and tasks 29.1 – 29.9 are N/A.
29.1 Alignment (N/A)
29.2 Section and 1/4 Section Lines (N/A)
29.3 Subdivisions / Property Lines (N/A)
29.4 Existing Right of Way (N/A)
29.5 Topography (N/A)
29.6 Parent Tract Properties and Existing Easements (N/A)
29.7 Proposed Right of Way Requirements (N/A)
29.8 Limits of Construction (N/A)
29.9 Jurisdictional/Agency Lines (N/A)
Sheet Files and tasks 29.10 – 29.21 are N/A.
29.10 Control Survey Cover Sheet (N/A)
29.11 Control Survey Key Sheet (N/A)
29.12 Control Survey Detail Sheet (N/A)
29.13 Right of Way Map Cover Sheet (N/A)
29.14 Right of Way Map Key Sheet (N/A)
29.15 Right of Way Map Detail Sheet (N/A)
29.16 Maintenance Map Cover Sheet (N/A)
29.17 Maintenance Map Key Sheet (N/A)
29.18 Maintenance Map Detail Sheet (N/A)
29.19 Reference Point Sheet (N/A)
29.20 Project Network Control Sheet (N/A)
29.21 Table of Ownerships Sheet (N/A)
Miscellaneous Surveys and Sketches and tasks 29.22 – 29.36 are N/A.
29.22 Parcel Sketches (N/A)
29.23 TIITF Sketches (N/A)
29.24 Other Specific Purpose Survey(s) (N/A)
29.25 Boundary Survey(s) Map (N/A)
29.26 Right of Way Monumentation Map (N/A)
29.27 Title Search Map (N/A)
29.28 Title Search Report (N/A)
29.29 Legal Descriptions (N/A)
29.30 Final Map/Plans Comparison (N/A)
29.31 Field Reviews (N/A)
29.32 Technical Meetings (N/A)
29.33 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
29.34 Supervision (N/A)
29.35 Coordination (N/A)
29.36 Supplemental Mapping (N/A)
30 TERRESTRIAL MOBILE LiDAR and tasks 30.1 – 30.19 are N/A.
30.1 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mission Planning (N/A)
30.2 Project Control Point Coordination (N/A)
30.3 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mobilization (N/A)
30.4 Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Mission (N/A)
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30.5
30.6
30.7
30.8
30.9
30.10
30.11
30.12
30.13
30.14
30.15
30.16
30.17
30.18
30.19
Terrestrial Mobile LiDAR Processing (N/A)
Terrestrial Mobile Photography Processing (N/A)
Transformation / Adjustment (N/A)
Classification / Editing (N/A)
Specific Surface Reporting (N/A)
Topographic (3D) Mapping (N/A)
Topographic (2D) Planimetric Mapping (N/A)
CADD Edits (N/A)
Data Merging (N/A)
Miscellaneous (N/A)
Field Reviews (N/A)
Technical Meetings (N/A)
Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (N/A)
Supervision (N/A)
Coordination (N/A)
31 ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT and tasks 31.1 – 31.143 are N/A.
Architectural Plans and tasks 31.1 – 31.37 are N/A.
31.1 Architectural Program Review/Verification (N/A)
31.2 Key Sheet and Index of Sheets (N/A)
31.3 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, and Legend (N/A)
31.4 Life Safety Plan(s) (N/A)
31.5 Site Plan(s) (N/A)
31.6 Floor Plan(s) (small scale) (N/A)
31.7 Floor Plan(s) (large scale) (N/A)
31.8 Exterior Elevation(s) (N/A)
31.9 Roof Plan(s) (N/A)
31.10 Roof Details (N/A)
31.11 Interior Elevation(s) (N/A)
31.12 Rest Room Plan(s) (Enlarged) (N/A)
31.13 Rest Room Elevation(s) (N/A)
31.14 Building Section(s) (N/A)
31.15 Stair Section, Enlarged Stair Plan and Details (N/A)
31.16 Reflective Ceiling Plan(s) (N/A)
31.17 Room Finish Schedule or Finish Plan (N/A)
31.18 Door and Window Finish Schedule (N/A)
31.19 Door Jamb Detail(s) and Window Details (N/A)
31.20 Exterior Wall Section(s) (N/A)
31.21 Interior Wall Section(s) (N/A)
31.22 Overhead Door Detail(s) (N/A)
31.23 Curtain Wall Detail(s) (N/A)
31.24 Fascia, Soffit and Parapet Details (N/A)
31.25 Signage Detail(s) (N/A)
31.26 Miscellaneous Detail(s) (N/A)
31.27 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.28 Design Narrative Reports (N/A)
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31.29 Permitting (N/A)
31.30 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.31 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.32 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.33 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.34 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.35 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.36 Meeting with Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.37 Supervision (N/A)
Structural Plans and tasks 31.38 – 31.67 are N/A.
31.38 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, and Legend (N/A)
31.39 Foundation Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A)
31.40 Foundation Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.41 Slab Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A)
31.42 Slab Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.43 Slab Placement Plan(s) (N/A)
31.44 Slab Placement Detail(s) (N/A)
31.45 Foundation Section(s) (N/A)
31.46 Foundation Detail(s) (N/A)
31.47 Slab Section(s) (N/A)
31.48 Slab Detail(s) (N/A)
31.49 Roof Framing Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A)
31.50 Roof Framing Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.51 Roof Loading Plan(s) and Detail(s) (N/A)
31.52 Roof Section(s) (N/A)
31.53 Roof Detail(s) (N/A)
31.54 Bearing Wall Section(s) (N/A)
31.55 Bearing Wall Detail(s) (N/A)
31.56 Column Section(s) (N/A)
31.57 Column Detail(s) (N/A)
31.58 Miscellaneous Sections (N/A)
31.59 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.60 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.61 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.62 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.63 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.64 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.65 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.66 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.67 Supervision (N/A)
Mechanical Plans and tasks 31.68 – 31.86 are N/A.
31.68 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A)
31.69 Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A)
31.70 Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.71 Detail(s) (N/A)
31.72 Section(s) (N/A)
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31.73 Piping Schematic(s) (N/A)
31.74 Control Plan(s) (N/A)
31.75 Schedule(s) (N/A)
31.76 HVAC Calculations (N/A)
31.77 Life Cycle Cost Analysis (N/A)
31.78 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.79 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.80 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.81 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.82 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.83 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.84 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.85 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.86 Supervision (N/A)
Plumbing Plans and tasks 31.87 – 31.101 are N/A.
31.87 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A)
31.88 Plan(s) (Small Scale) (N/A)
31.89 Plan(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.90 Isometric(s) (Large Scale) (N/A)
31.91 Riser Diagram(s) (N/A)
31.92 Detail(s) (N/A)
31.93 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.94 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.95 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.96 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.97 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.98 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.99 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.100 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.101 Supervision (N/A)
Fire Protection Plans and tasks 31.102 – 31.114 are N/A.
31.102 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A)
31.103 Fire Protection Plan (N/A)
31.104 Riser Diagram, Details, and Partial Plans (N/A)
31.105 Hydraulic Calculation (N/A)
31.106 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.107 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.108 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.109 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.110 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.111 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.112 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.113 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.114 Supervision (N/A)
Electrical Plans and tasks 31.115 – 31.143 are N/A.
31.115 General Notes, Abbreviations, Symbols, Legend, and Code Issues (N/A)
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31.116 Electrical Site Plan (N/A)
31.117 Lighting Plan(s) (N/A)
31.118 Lighting Fixtures Schedule(s) (N/A)
31.119 Lighting Fixtures Detail(s) (N/A)
31.120 Lightning Protection Plan(s) (N/A)
31.121 Lightning Protection Details (N/A)
31.122 Power Plan(s) (N/A)
31.123 Power Distribution Riser Diagram(s) (N/A)
31.124 Panel Board Schedule(s) (N/A)
31.125 Data Plan(s) (N/A)
31.126 Data Detail(s) (N/A)
31.127 Communication Plan(s) (N/A)
31.128 Communication Detail(s) (N/A)
31.129 Security Alarm System Plan(s) (N/A)
31.130 Miscellaneous Detail(s) (N/A)
31.131 Repetitive Sheets (N/A)
31.132 Energy Analysis (N/A)
31.133 Other Pertinent Project Documentation (N/A)
31.134 Cost Estimate (N/A)
31.135 Technical Special Provisions Package (N/A)
31.136 Field Reviews (N/A)
31.137 Technical Meetings (N/A)
31.138 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
31.139 Independent Peer Review (N/A)
31.140 Supervision (N/A)
31.141 LEED Certification (N/A)
31.142 Coordination (N/A)
31.143 Building Information Modeling (BIM) (N/A)
32 NOISE BARRIERS IMPACT DESIGN ASSESSMENT IN THE DESIGN PHASE and
tasks 32.1 – 32.9 are N/A.
32.1 Noise Analysis (N/A)
32.2 Noise Barrier Evaluation (N/A)
32.3 Public Involvement (N/A)
32.4 Outdoor Advertising Identification (N/A)
32.5 Noise Study Report (NSR) Addendum (N/A)
32.6 Technical Meetings (N/A)
32.7 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (N/A)
32.8 Supervision (N/A)
32.9 Coordination (N/A)
33 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
The CONSULTANT shall analyze and document Intelligent Transportations System (ITS)
Analysis Tasks in accordance with all applicable manuals, guidelines, standards,
handbooks, procedures, existing ITS standard operating procedures, strategic plans,
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Florida’s SEMP guidelines, National and regional ITS architectures, Connected Vehicle
Reference Implementation architecture(CVRIA) and current design memoranda.
ITS work includes the application of sensor, computer, electronics and communication
technologies and management strategies, in an integrated manner, to improve the safety and
efficiency of the surface transportation system. ITS includes, but is not limited to, Advanced
Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS),
Advanced Rural Transportation Systems (ARTS), Advanced Public Transportation Systems
(APTS), Advanced Highway Systems (AHS), Commercial Vehicle Operation (CVO) and
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems.
In instances where the CONSULTANT performs analysis or prepares the design packages
for the deployment of ITS, the CONSULTANT will not be allowed to compete as a
proposing firm, or participate as a subconsultant to a proposing firm during subsequent
advertisements involving work performed under this contract.
33.1 ITS Analysis
The CONSULTANT shall review the approved preliminary engineering report,
typical section package, traffic technical memorandum and proposed geometric
design alignment to identify impacts to existing ITS components (if applicable)
and proposed ITS field device placements. The CONSULTANT shall review all
related District ITS plans and documentation for the project corridor to ensure all
cited ITS elements are included in this project, and develop a Concept of
Operations (ConOps), Project Systems Engineering Management, RTVM, and
other documents as necessary for conformance with the Federal Highways
Administration (FHWA) requirement. The CONSULTANT shall use applicable
DEPARTMENT requirements and guidelines, including, but not limited to, the
PPM, Design Standards, and Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction in the design of ITS. The CONSULTANT design is expected to
include the following attributes, facilities, infrastructure, ITS devices, systems,
and associated work: Connected Vehicle technologies, Fiber Optic
Communication, TMC integration, etc.
CCTV camera system shall provide 100 percent coverage of all mainline lanes,
entrance and exit ramps, interchanges (includes view of crossing arterials), blind
spots (such as those caused due to existing and proposed bridges, existing and
proposed signage, vegetation, and horizontal and vertical curvatures). CCTV
cameras shall be spaced to meet the Project requirements, guidance from the
ConOps, and as approved by the DEPARTMENT.
Vehicle detection devices shall be spaced as required to meet the Project
requirements (speed, volume, and occupancy detection), guidance from the
ConOps and as approved by the DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT shall review the existing TMC Operations and develop
additional incident management service requirements as necessary to support
during the Construction Phase of the Project. The CONSULTANT shall
coordinate with District’s Traffic Operations ITS Office for additional
information regarding existing Incident Management and TMC Operational
Procedures (If desired by the District)
All ITS devices shall be compatible with the latest version of the National
Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP) and compatible with
SunGuide software platform.
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The CONSULTANT shall design the project such that all ITS field devices and
ancillary components comply with FDOT’s Approved Product List (APL) /
Qualified Product List (QPL) and the existing list of devices and components
supported within the SunGuide software or other approved software, unless
otherwise approved by the DEPARTMENT.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Camera Assembly
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the design and exact field locations
for the CCTV camera assemblies. The CCTV camera subsystem shall provide
full coverage of the roadway network, with overlapping coverage to ensure 100
percent coverage. The typical spacing shall be one mile with verification that
there is no visual blockage. Effort should be made to provide viewing in all
directions at interchanges. All CCTV camera assemblies whall include a camera
lowering device (CLD) at all locations.
The CCTV camera subsystem shall be designed to provide additional benefits
such as the monitoring of DMS operations and security surveillance of critical
infrastructure elements. A stand-alone DMS confirmation camera shall be
designed and installed to support TMC operations to verify and confirm the
posted DMS messages (if desired by the DEPARTMENT). The position, height,
and design of each camera pole shall be finalized during the design phase of the
project. Each site shall be designed for overall monitoring capability, as well as
designed to provide safe and effective maintenance conditions.
The CCTV camera assembly deployment shall be designed to provide fields of
view that give the required corridor coverage. The CONSULTANT shall
determine the camera location by performing a videography study at each
proposed CCTV site. The study shall include video of the proposed CCTV
location and elevation with respect to the roadway level. The CONSULTANT
shall identify the final number and locations of the camera assemblies based on
the videography study.
The camera assembly design shall ensure that the video quality is not degraded
due to wind or vibration. The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the design
of the poles and foundations to minimize the potential for vibration. The
CONSULTANT shall prepare cross section plan sheets showing details of
horizontal and vertical clearances of the proposed equipment with identified
utilities.
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the design of the lightning protector
system and surge protection system based on FDOT criteria and designed to
minimize damage to cameras.
The CCTV camera assembly shall be approved by the FDOT-TERL and be listed
on the APL, as applicable, for use in the State of Florida.
The CCTV camera assembly shall comply with the latest version of FDOT
Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, Supplemental
Specification 782.
Traffic Detection Subsystem
The CONSULTANT shall select traffic detection technology to meet the Project
needs, ConOps requirements, and as approved by the DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the design of a non-intrusive traffic
detection subsystem for the roadway facilities. The detectors shall be positioned
near other ITS field device infrastructure including the fiber-optic splice vaults
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when feasible to reduce cost. Final detection station locations shall be based on a
number of location variables identified during the design phase.
The traffic detection subsystem shall be able to collect and process volume,
speed and occupancy data on a lane-by-lane basis for the corridor mainlines, in
both directions of travel. If self-calibration feature is not specified, requirements
for calibration shall be stated. The data will be used by the TMC for functions
including detecting incidents, determining travel times, estimating traffic
conditions for dissemination to travelers, sharing information with other
agencies, and data archiving for transportation planning and historical data
analysis. The traffic detection subsystem shall allow for connectivity to the
TMC.
The traffic detectors shall perform to meet the Project requirements under all
environmental and traffic conditions expected for the corridors. The detectors
shall detect volumes, speeds and occupancies for all corridor traffic operation
conditions within the specified accuracy including all volume levels, all speed
levels and traffic compositions. Occlusions, other blocking of vehicles and
adjacent lanes detection shall not degrade the detection system performance
below specified accuracy. Signs, walls, guardrails, and other physical elements in
the system shall not have a significant effect on the detection performance.
Vibration and shocks shall not affect the performance of the system.
The detector technology / product shall be certified by the FDOT Traffic
Engineering Research Lab (TERL) and be on the APL, as applicable, for use in
the State of Florida. The traffic detection utilized shall comply with the latest
version of FDOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction,
Specification 786.
The system shall allow remote configuration, calibration, monitoring, and
diagnostic of real-time traffic activities from a remote location, such as the TMC,
using the FDOT SunGuide central software and software provided by the
detection system vendor.
The CONSULTANT shall determine the exact location of the field devices to
meet the desired coverage and functional requirements of traffic detectors. The
detector and associated cabinet locations shall be identified by the
CONSULTANT. A detailed site survey shall be conducted by a factory trained
and certified representative. The site survey shall be designed to identify the
exact locations and details for each detection station.
Travel Time Detection Subsystem (N/A)
Highway Advisory Radio Subsystem (N/A)
Dynamic Message Sign Subsystem (N/A)
Roadway Weather Information Systems (RWIS) (N/A)
33.2 Communications Plan
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the development of a
communications plan to determine the optimal communications medium for the
project corridor. The plan shall be developed prior to submittal of Phase I plans.
The plan shall identify communications media alternatives and provide a cost
estimate that includes initial, operations and maintenance cost for the life cycle
of the communications network. The plan shall ensure that video, voice, and data
will be communicated in real-time between center-to-field and center-to-center
(C2C) nodes as applicable. The communications system design must utilize nonproprietary, open-architecture, standards-based, robust, scalable, and proven
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33.3
33.4
technology. The communication plan analysis shall address communication and
connections between field devices, communications and connections between
field devices and the TMC, center-to-center communications between TMCs,
and any other communication links or connections required to meet project
goals. The plan must include bandwidth analysis and recommendations, needs
assessment, and provide recommendations regarding minimum requirements,
media, network devices, protocols, network topology, communication
redundancy, future needs, spare capacity, and any communications or data
sharing with other agencies.
After approval of the plan, the CONSULTANT shall submit a revised plan
including a detailed design analysis for each submittal. The CONSULTANT’s
communications design shall include multiple redundant paths for each location,
which allows for automatic switching of communications path onto a secondary
path, if the primary path is impacted (if desired by the District).
The communications system components shall be in accordance with Section
783 of the latest FDOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction (online edition).
Lightning Protection Analysis
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for a complete and reliable lightning
protection system design for each structure and pole and the devices attached
therto as well as ITS field device cabinets and communications hubs if not
addressed by the FDOT’s Design Standards for Design, Construction,
Maintenance and Utility Operations on the State Highway System and the
Interim Drawings. The ITS components of the project shall be protected from
damage caused by lightning strikes, transient voltage surges, and induced
current. The CONSULTANT shall design all grounding, lightning protection,
and surge protection in accordance with Underwriters Lab (UL) 96A
specifications.
The CONSULTANT shall include surge protection devices for all cables and
conductors (power, video, and data). All Project ITS subsystems, devices and
ancillary components with electrical interconnects shall be protected from
voltage surges caused by lightning, transient voltage surges, and external
electromagnetic fields at the time of installation of each device.
The lightning protection system shall be designed in accordance with the latest
version of the FDOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction,
Supplemental Specification 785
Power Subsystem
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for an electrical design in accordance
with all NEC requirements. No solar power should be utilized as a power
solution for the Project unless otherwise approved by the DEPARTMENT. To
enhance power reliability, the CONSULTANT shall design a power distribution
and backup system consisting of, at a minimum, underground power conduits
and conductors, transformers, generators, automatic transfer switches, UPS, and
all associated equipment. The power backup system shall supply electrical power
in event of commercial power supply failure for all system components. Power
equipment shall be installed in areas to avoid wet locations. All connections and
equipment shall be protected from moisture and water intrusion. The
CONSULTANT shall ensure that vandal resistant mechanisms for all electrical
infrastructure shall be included as part of the Design.
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33.5
The CONSULTANT shall submit the power system design and voltage drop
calculations for the power distribution system as part of phase II, III, and IV
design submittals. The CONSULTANT shall conduct a short circuit and
protection coordination study for the designed power system and document the
study as part of the power system design report.
Voltage Drop Calculations
The electrical design shall address allowable voltage drops per the NEC. The
CONSULTANT shall submit voltage drop calculations for any electrical circuit
providing power to the ITS field devices beyond the electric utility service point.
The calculations shall document the length of each circuit, its load, the size
conductor or conductors used and their ohm resistance values and the required
voltages from the service point to the respective ITS devices to maintain voltage
drops with allowable limits. The voltage drop incurred on each circuit (total volts
and percentage of drop) shall be calculated, and all work necessary to calculate
the voltage drop values for each circuit should be presented in such a manner as
to be duplicated by the District. Load analysis calculations shall be submitted.
All voltage drop calculations shall allow for future expansion of ITS
infrastructure, if identified in the Project ConOps.
33.6






Design Documentation
The CONSULTANT shall submit a Design Documentation Book with each plan
submittal under separate cover and not part of the roadway documentation book.
At a minimum, the design documentation book shall include:
Computation books for all applicable items on plans.
Phase submittal checklist.
Three-way quantity check list
Structural calculations for all structures
Voltage drop calculations.
Load analysis calculations.
33.7
Existing ITS
The CONSULTANT shall research any required legacy system or system
components that may be impacted by new work, such as: existing
communications; existing types, numbers, locations, models, manufacturers, and
age of ITS devices; as-built plans; existing operating software; existing center-tofield devices; and C2C communications and capabilities.
33.8 Queue Analysis (N/A)
33.9 Reference and Master ITS Design File
The CONSULTANT shall prepare the ITS design file to include all necessary
design elements and the reference files for topo, R/W roadway, utilities files, etc.
This effort includes the design and layout of proposed ITS devices, including but
not limited to: CCTV / Detection poles, DMS, detection devices, advanced
traffic controllers, conduit, cabinet-related pull boxes, service points, fiber optic
sizing, and communications hubs. All existing ITS infrastructure shall be
referenced to the new ITS plan sheets (if applicable).
33.10 Reference and Master Communications Design File
The CONSULTANT shall prepare the communication design file to include all
necessary design elements and all associated reference files as well as reference
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files of topo, R/W, roadway, utilities files, existing ITS communications
infrastructure, etc. This effort includes design and layout of proposed
communications conduit, cabinet, pull boxes, splice boxes, standard route
markers, communications plan overview, fiber optic splicing, connections,
communications hubs, etc.
33.11 Pole Elevation Analysis (N/A)
33.12 Sign Panel Design Analysis (N/A)
33.13 Quantities
The CONSULTANT shall include all work required to determine the quantities
for all items, including ITS structures and devices, interconnect, and
infrastructure (such as conduits, pull boxes, splice boxes, fusion splices, splice
enclosures, etc.). This work effort shall include generating accurate quantities for
computing the engineer’s estimate as required by the District. Use digital
submittal of plans as required by the DEPARTMENT.
33.14 Cost Estimate
The CONSULTANT shall prepare an engineer’s cost estimate for the project
using historical data from the FDOT or from other Industry sources. The
CONSULTANT shall also load the pay items and quantities into TRNS*PORT
for generating the summary of quantities and the FDOT’s in-house estimates.
33.15 Technical Special Provisions
The CONSULTANT shall develop Technical Special Provisions (TSP) for the
specific items or conditions of the project that are not addressed in the FDOT’S
Standard Specifications, Supplemental Specifications and Special Provisions.
33.16 Other ITS Analyses
The CONSULTANT shall provide other ITS analyses as desired by the District.
33.17 Field Reviews
The CONSULTANT shall conduct a field review for the required phase
submittals. The review shall identify necessary data for all elements of the
project including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) Existing ITS Field Devices as compared with the latest FDOT standards and District
requirements
 Device Make, Model, Capabilities, Condition / Age, Existence of SunGuide Software
Driver
 Condition of Structure(s), cabinets, and other above-ground infrastructure and devices
 Type of Detection as Compared With Current District Standards
 Underground Infrastructure
 Proximity of other utilities
 Traffic Operations
 Any other field reconnaissance as necessary to develop a complete ITS design package
33.18 Technical Meetings
The CONSULTANT shall attend meetings as necessary support the project.
33.19 Quality Assurance / Quality Control
The CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the professional quality, technical
accuracy and coordination of designs, drawings, specifications, and other
services and work furnished by the CONSULTANT under this contract.
The CONSULTANT shall provide a Quality Control Plan that describes the
procedures to be utilized to verify, independently check, and review all design
drawings, specifications, and other documentation prepared as a part of the
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contract. The CONSULTANT shall describe how the checking and review
processes are to be documented to verify that the required procedures were
followed. The Quality Control Plan may be one utilized by the CONSULTANT
as part of their normal operation or may be one specifically designed for this
project. The CONSULTANT shall utilize the District’s quality control checklist.
The responsible Professional Engineer that performed the Quality Control review
shall sign a statement certifying that the review was conducted.
The CONSULTANT shall, without additional compensation, correct all errors or
deficiencies in their works.
33.20 Supervision
The CONSULTANT shall provide all efforts required to supervise all technical
design activities.
33.21 Coordination
The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with Survey, Geotech, Drainage,
Structures, Lighting, Roadway Design, Utilities, municipalities, maintaining
agencies and Traffic Operations to produce a final set of construction contract
documents and to ensure that a high degree of accuracy for the design plans is
achieved.
34 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS PLANS
The CONSULTANT shall prepare a set of ITS Plans in accordance with the Plans
Preparation Manual that includes the following:
34.1
34.2
34.3
34.4
34.5
34.6
Key Sheet
The CONSULTANT shall prepare the key sheet in accordance with the latest
format depicted in the Plans Preparation Manual.
MUTCD
Standard Specs
Standard Index
Summary of Pay Items Including Designer Interface (TRNS*port) Input
The CONSULTANT shall include input into Designer Interface (TRNS*port)
and create the CADD generated sheet.
Tabulation of Quantities
The CONSULTANT shall place pay item numbers, descriptions, quantities and
grand totals on the tabulation sheet(s) and provide updating of the tabulation of
quantities sheets during the design period.
General Notes / Pay Item Notes
The CONSULTANT shall include all pertinent general notes and pay item notes
as deemed fit and as established by the District.
Project Layout
The CONSULTANT shall prepare plan sheet(s) with an overview of the entire
project that include stations and offsets, project limits, intersection locations,
devices, device identification using with SunGuide nomenclature, and plan sheet
coverage.
Typical and Special Details
The CONSULTANT shall prepare typical and / or special details for conditions
in the project not addressed by the DEPARTMENT’s Design Standards for
Design, Construction, Maintenance, and Utility Operations on the State Highway
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System. The CONSULTANT shall prepare special details not addressed by
FDOT Design Standards, including block diagrams, hub cabinets, wiring
diagrams, solar power service, and special mounting details.
34.7 Plan Sheet
The CONSULTANT shall prepare the ITS plan sheets utilizing the Design file to
include all necessary information related to the project design elements and all
associated reference files. The plan sheets shall include general and pay item
notes and pay items. The plans shall depict the location of pull boxes, splice
boxes, conduit runs and device locations with setbacks from the travel way.
Devices shall be located by station and offset.
34.8 ITS Communications Plans
The CONSULTANT shall prepare plans for the communications network. These
plans shall consist of block diagrams, splicing diagrams, port assignments,
wiring diagrams, and all other information necessary to convey the design
concept to the contractor. These plans shall be included in the ITS plan set and
be prepared in a manner consistent with immediately adjacent ITS project
installations (planned or installed).
The communication system shall be an open-architecture, non-proprietary, realtime, multimedia communications network. The communication system design
must be compatible and completely interoperable with the existing systems.
The CONSULTANT shall provide temporary communication connectivity
as needed.
The CONSULTANT’s design shall include protecting and maintaining the
existing ITS infrastructure. For locations where existing ITS infrastructure is
impacted, the CONSULTANT’s design shall include mitigation to minimize the
downtime of existing system as per the District’s requirements.
The CONSULTANT is responsible for the design of the communication
infrastructure and its integration with the DEPARTMENT’s communication
system. Additionally, the CONSULTANT shall determine the most cost
effective, best performing, communication connectivity option. The
communication system must allow command and control as well as data and
video transmission between the field devices and the TMCs.
Conduit paths shall be selected to provide a continuous duct system on one side
of the road unless otherwise requested by the FDOT. The various components of
ITS deployment will be located on both sides of the freeway and therefore under
pavement bore and lateral conduits will be necessary to access equipment
locations.
34.9 Fiber Optic Splice Diagrams
The CONSULTANT shall produce fiber optic cable splicing diagrams to show
the connectivity of the fiber optic cable from its termini at field devices to the
TMC. The diagrams shall denote new and existing fiber routes, splices, and
terminations involved in the work. The diagrams shall identify cables by size,
tube color / number and stand colors / numbers. All cables shall be identified
either by numbering system identified either by numbering system identified on
the plans or by bounding devices. The diagrams shall denote the types of
connectors in the patch panels.
34.10 Lightning Protection Plans (N/A)
34.11 Cross Sections (N/A)
34.12 Guide Sign Work Sheet(s) (N/A)
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34.13
34.14
34.15
34.16
34.17
34.18
34.19
34.20
Special Service Point Details (N/A)
Strain Pole Schedule (N/A)
Overhead / Cantilever Sign Structure (N/A)
Other Overhead Sign Structures (Long Span, Monotube, etc.) (N/A)
Traffic Control Plans (N/A)
Interim Standards (N/A)
GIS Data and Asset Management Requirements (N/A)
Quality Assurance / Quality Control
The CONSULTANT shall utilize the District’s quality control checklist for
traffic design drawings in addition to the QC effort described in section three.
34.21 Supervision
The CONSULTANT shall supervise all technical design activities.
35 GEOTECHNICAL and tasks 35.1 – 35.54 are N/A.
36 PROJECT REQUIREMENTS
36.1 Liaison Office
The DEPARTMENT and the CONSULTANT will designate a Liaison Office
and a Project Manager who shall be the representative of their respective
organizations for the Project. While it is expected the CONSULTANT shall seek
and receive advice from various state, regional, and local agencies, the final
direction on all matters of this project remain with the DEPARTMENT Project
Manager.
36.2 Key Personnel
The CONSULTANT’s work shall be performed and directed by the key
personnel identified in the proposal presentations by the CONSULTANT. Any
changes in the indicated personnel shall be subject to review and approval by
DEPARTMENT.
36.3 Progress Reporting
The CONSULTANT shall meet with the DEPARTMENT as required and shall
provide a written monthly progress report with approved schedule, schedule
status, and payout curve or by using the earned value method that describe the
work performed on each task. The report will include assessing project risk
through monthly documentation of identifying and updating the risk category
and approach for monitoring those tasks. Invoices shall be submitted after the
DEPARTMENT approves the monthly progress report and the payout curve or
with earned value analysis. The Project Manager will make judgment on whether
work of sufficient quality and quantity has been accomplished by comparing the
reported percent complete against actual work accomplished.
36.4 Correspondence
Copies of all written correspondence between the CONSULTANT and any party
pertaining specifically to this contract shall be provided to the DEPARTMENT
for their records within one (1) week of the receipt or mailing of said
correspondence.
36.5 Professional Endorsement
The CONSULTANT shall have a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of
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36.6
36.7
36.8
Florida sign and seal all reports, documents, technical special provisions, and
plans as required by DEPARTMENT standards.
Computer Automation
The project will be developed utilizing Computer Aided Drafting and Design
(CADD) systems. The DEPARTMENT makes available software to help assure
quality and conformance with policy and procedures regarding CADD. It is the
responsibility of the CONSULTANT to meet the requirements in the
DEPARTMENT’s CADD Manual. The CONSULTANT shall submit final
documents and files as described therein.
Coordination with Other Consultants
The CONSULTANT is to coordinate his work with any and all adjacent and
integral consultants so as to effect complete and homogenous plans and
specifications for the project(s) described herein.
Optional Services
At the DEPARTMENT’s option, the CONSULTANT may be requested to
provide optional services. The fee for these services shall be negotiated in
accordance with the terms detailed in Exhibit B, Method of Compensation, for a
fair, competitive and reasonable cost, considering the scope and complexity of
the project(s). Additional services may be authorized by Letter of Authorization
or supplemental amendment in accordance with paragraph 2.00 of the Standard
Consultant Agreement. The additional services may include Construction
Assistance, Review of Shop Drawings, Final Bridge Load Rating, update
(Category II) bridge plans electronically (CADD) for the Final "As-Built"
conditions, based on documents provided by the DEPARTMENT (CADD
Services Only) or other Services as required.
37 INVOICING LIMITS
Payment for the work accomplished shall be in accordance with Method of Compensation of
this contract. Invoices shall be submitted to the DEPARTMENT, in a format prescribed
by the DEPARTMENT. The DEPARTMENT Project Manager and the CONSULTANT
shall monitor the cumulative invoiced billings to ensure the reasonableness of the
billings compared to the project schedule and the work accomplished and accepted by
the DEPARTMENT.
The CONSULTANT shall provide a list of key events and the associated total percentage of
work considered to be complete at each event. This list shall be used to control invoicing.
Payments will not be made that exceed the percentage of work for any event until those
events have actually occurred and the results are acceptable to the DEPARTMENT.
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Appendix A:
PedSafe Location Sites
Appendix A
PedSafe Location Sites
#
Main_Street
Side_Street
1
SR 434
challenger Pkwy
2
SR 434
Science Dr
3
SR 434
Lokanotosa Trail
4
SR 434
Research Pkwy
5
SR 434
Central Florida Blvd
6
SR 434
University Blvd
7
SR 434
Strategy Blvd
8
SR 434
Centaurus Blvd
9
SR 434
Corporate Blvd
10
SR 434
McCulloch Rd
11
Mc Culloch Rd
Lockwood Blvd
12
Mc Culloch Rd
Keats Way/Worshester Dr
13
Mc Culloch Rd
Old Lockwood Rd
14
Gemini Blvd N
Greek Park Dr
15
Gemini Blvd N
Garage H
16
Gemini Blvd N
W Plaza Dr
17
Gemini Blvd N
E Plaza Dr
18
Gemini Blvd E
N Orion Blvd
19
Gemini Blvd E
Scorpius St
20
Gemini Blvd E
Scorpius St(2nd entrance)
21
Gemini Blvd E
Libra Dr
22
Gemini Blvd S
Hydra Ln
23
Gemini Blvd S
Andromeda Loop 24
Gemini Blvd S
Andromeda Loop(2nd Entrance)
25
Gemini Blvd S
central Florida Blvd
26
Gemini Blvd S
University Blvd
27
Gemini Blvd S
Centaurus Blvd
28
Greek Park Dr
Aquarius Agora Dr
29
University Blvd
Quadrangle Blvd
30
SR 50
CR 435 (Hiawassee Rd.)
31
SR 50
Powers Dr.
32
SR 50
Paul St.
33
SR 50
Hastings St.
34
SR 50
SR 435 (Kirkman Rd.)
35
SR 50
Westside Crossing Shopping Ct.
36
SR 50
CR 431 (Pine Hills Rd.)
37
SR 50
Silverton St./Pete Parrish Blvd.
Total Intersection with Device:
PedSafe
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
37
Roadside Units
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
37
Technology SDLC Monitoring Device
CV Transit Signal Priority
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
27
Emergency Pre‐emption
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
37
Appendix B:
Proposed CCTV Locations
And
Transit Kiosk Locations
Appendix C:
Intersection Movement Count (IMC) Locations
Appendix C
Intersection Monitoring Count Locations
#
Main_Street Side_Street
1
SR 421
Williamson Blvd.
2
SR 421
I‐95 (SB off‐ramp)
3
SR 421
I‐95 Northbound
4
SR 421
Taylor Rd.
5
SR 421
Yorktown Blvd.
6
SR 421
CR 483 (Clyde Morris Blvd.)
7
SR 421
City Center Pkwy./Victoria Gardens Blvd.
8
SR 421
Village Trail
9
SR 421
Spruce Creek Rd.
10
SR 436
T.G. Lee Blvd./Frontage Rd.
11
SR 436
Hazeltine National Dr.
12
SR 436
Lee Vista Blvd.
13
SR 436
Bent Pine Dr.
14
SR 436
University Blvd./Scarlet Rd.
15
SR 436
SR 426 (Aloma Ave.)
16
SR 436
SR 15 (Hoffner Rd.)
17
SR 436
Turnbull Drive
18
SR 436
Gatlin Ave.
19
SR 436
Pershing Ave.
20
SR 436
Lk. Margaret Dr.
21
SR 436
Michigan St./Sundown Apts.
22
SR 436
Grant St.
23
SR 436
SR 552 (Curry Ford Rd.)
24
SR 436
La Costa Dr.
25
SR 436
Stonewall Jackson Rd.
26
SR 436
CR 526 (Lk. Underhill Rd.)
27
SR 436
Yew Dr./SR 408 WB exit ramp
28
SR 436
Kalmia Dr.
29
SR 436
Dahlia Dr.
30
SR 436
Oleander Dr.
31
SR 436
SR 50 (Colonial Dr.)
32
SR 436
Old Cheney Hwy.
33
SR 436
Baldwin Park Connector/Auvers Blvd.
34
SR 436
Hanging Moss Rd.
35
SR 436
Banchory Rd.
36
SR 436
Sheeler Rd.
37
SR 436
Thompson Rd.
38
SR 436
Piedmont Wekiva Springs Rd.
39
SR 44
SR 415/CR 415 (Tomoka Farms Rd.)
40
SR 44
Airport Road
41
SR 44
Shoppes at Coronado(Williamson Blvd)
42
SR 44
I‐95 NB ramps
43
SR 44
Sugar Mill Dr.
44
SR 44
Glencoe Road
45
SR 44
Colony Park Ln/Home Depot
46
SR 44
Eddie Rd./Wal‐Mart Shopping Center Ent.
47
SR 44
Wallace Rd./Mission Dr.
48
SR 44
Myrtle Ave.
49
SR 44
Palmetto St.
SDLC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ICM Technology IMC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Insure CV Capability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
SIG‐ID
79255
79256
79257
79258
79259
79260
79261
79262
79263
75022
75023
75024
75025
75047
75048
75026
75027
75028
75029
75030
75031
75032
75033
75034
75035
75036
75037
75038
75039
75040
75041
75043
75044
75045
75046
75342
75343
75345
79132
79274
79133
79134
79135
79136
79137
79138
79139
79140
79141
Corridor_ID
79918
79918
79918
79918
79918
79918
79918
79918
NO
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75901
75925
75925
75925
NO
NO
79911
79911
79911
79911
79911
79911
79911
79911
79911
Coordinated
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
AAM
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
FY‐Retiming
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
AAM‐ATKINS
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17 ‐ AAM II
17
17
17
21
19
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
Available Intersection Information
SIG:Section
SIG:MP
79230000
0.0550000000000000
79230000
0.185000000000000
79230000
0.286000000000000
79230000
0.424000000000000
79230000
0.730000000000000
79230000
1.06800000000000
79230000
1.47200000000000
79230000
1.88000000000000
79230000
3.29200000000000
75003000
0.652000000000000
75003000
0.842000000000000
75003000
1.24500000000000
75003000
1.64700000000000
75003000
10.1070000000000
75003000
10.6060000000000
75003000
2.04800000000000
75003000
2.35400000000000
75003000
3.05200000000000
75003000
3.30800000000000
75003000
3.77200000000000
75003000
4.38000000000000
75003000
4.58500000000000
75003000
4.99500000000000
75003000
5.27400000000000
75003000
5.65700000000000
75003000
6.05900000000000
75003000
6.19100000000000
75003000
6.34100000000000
75003000
6.52600000000000
75003000
7.06100000000000
75003000
7.32400000000000
75003000
7.61100000000000
75003000
8.54200000000000
75003000
8.82700000000000
75003000
9.60800000000000
75120000
0.202000000000000
75120000
0.454000000000000
75120000
1.70600000000000
79070000
20.2070000000000
79070000
23.0350000000000
79070000
24.7100000000000
79070000
25.2080000000000
79070000
25.6240000000000
79070000
26.1850000000000
79070000
26.5360000000000
79070000
27.5890000000000
79070000
27.9360000000000
79070000
28.7770000000000
79070000
29.1590000000000
County
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Maintenance
Volusia County
Volusia County
Port Orange
Volusia County
Port Orange
Volusia County
Port Orange
Port Orange
Port Orange
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orange County
Orange County
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Volusia County
New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach
Volusia County
New Smyrna Beach
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Intersection Monitoring Count Locations
#
Main_Street Side_Street
50
SR 44
SR 15A (Spring Garden Ave.)
51
SR 44
Stone St.
52
SR 44
Clara Ave.
53
SR 44
Florida Ave.
54
SR 44
Alabama Ave.
55
SR 44
Amelia Ave.
56
SR 44
Hill St.
57
SR 44
Blue Lake Ave.
58
SR 44
CR 4101 (Kepler Rd.)
59
SR 44
CR 4139 (Summitt Avenue)
60
SR 44
I‐4 WB Ramp
61
SR 44
I‐4 EB Ramp
62
SR 50
Apopka Vineland / CR 435
63
SR 50
Dorscher Road
64
SR 50
Highland Lakes Shopping Center
65
SR 50
CR 435 (Hiawassee Rd.)
66
SR 50
Powers Dr.
67
SR 50
Paul St.
68
SR 50
Hastings St.
69
SR 50
SR 435 (Kirkman Rd.)
70
SR 50
Westside Crossing Shopping Ct.
71
SR 50
CR 431 (Pine Hills Rd.)
72
SR 50
Silverton St./Pete Parrish Blvd.
73
SR 50
Fairvilla Rd.
74
SR 50
Mercy Dr.
75
SR 50
Ferguson Dr.
76
SR 50
SR 423 (John Young Pkwy.)
77
SR 50
Sheriff's Office
78
SR 50
Tampa Ave.
79
SR 50
Springdale Rd.
80
SR 50
SR 429 SB Ramps
81
SR 50
SR 429 NB Ramps
82
SR 50
Vizcaya Lake Road
83
SR 50
Good Homes Rd.
84
SR 50
Shine Ave.
85
SR 50
Ferncreek Ave.
86
SR 50
Hampton Ave.
87
SR 50
Bumby Ave.
88
SR 50
Colonial Plaza Mall Ent./Coy Dr.
89
SR 50
Primrose Dr.
90
SR 50
Maguire Blvd.
91
SR 50
Herndon Plaza/Fashion Sq. Mall Ent.
92
SR 50
Herndon Ave.
93
SR 50
Rickenbacker Dr./Bennett Rd.
94
SR 50
Humphries Ave./Lake Baldwin Lane
95
SR 50
Old Cheney Hwy.
96
SR 50
Forsyth Rd.
97
SR 50
SR 551 (Goldenrod Rd.)
98
SR 50
Chickasaw Trail
99
SR 50
SR 417 (SB off‐ramp)
100
SR 50
SR 417 (NB off‐ramp)
SDLC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ICM Technology IMC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Insure CV Capability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
SIG‐ID
79122
79123
79124
79125
79126
79127
79128
79129
79130
79146
79147
79148
75248
75249
75250
75251
75252
75253
75254
75255
75256
75257
75258
75259
75260
75261
75262
75263
75264
75265
75239
75240
75246
75247
75275
75276
75277
75278
75279
75280
75281
75282
75283
75284
75285
75286
75287
75288
75289
75290
75291
Corridor_ID
NO
NO
79910
79910
79910
79910
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
75918
75918
75918
75918
75918
75918
75918
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75809
75917
75917
75917
75917
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75810
75903
75903
75903
75903
75903
Coordinated
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
YES
YES
YES
YES
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
FY‐Retiming
21
21
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
21
21
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐HNTB
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
18
18
18
18
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
17
17
17
17
17
Available Intersection Information
SIG:Section
SIG:MP
79070000
3.86200000000000
79070000
4.36100000000000
79070000
4.87100000000000
79070000
5.00000000000000
79070000
5.23900000000000
79070000
5.37500000000000
79070000
6.37200000000000
79070000
6.87900000000000
79070000
7.81700000000000
79070006
0.291000000000000
79070006
0.940000000000000
79070009
0.511000000000000
75050000
10.2670000000000
75050000
10.5990000000000
75050000
10.7790000000000
75050000
11.1010000000000
75050000
11.6060000000000
75050000
11.7890000000000
75050000
12.1030000000000
75050000
12.2770000000000
75050000
12.5870000000000
75050000
12.8250000000000
75050000
13.3630000000000
75050000
13.7390000000000
75050000
13.8720000000000
75050000
14.4950000000000
75050000
14.8690000000000
75050000
15.0580000000000
75050000
15.3570000000000
75050000
15.8670000000000
75050000
5.95700000000000
75050000
6.12900000000000
75050000
9.09800000000000
75050000
9.33800000000000
75060000
2.00200000000000
75060000
2.14500000000000
75060000
2.39800000000000
75060000
2.65300000000000
75060000
2.77800000000000
75060000
2.90500000000000
75060000
3.09800000000000
75060000
3.35300000000000
75060000
3.54100000000000
75060000
3.78400000000000
75060000
4.16100000000000
75060000
4.56000000000000
75060000
6.43100000000000
75060000
6.94400000000000
75060000
7.44500000000000
75060000
8.04200000000000
75060000
8.26500000000000
County
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Maintenance
Volusia County
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Intersection Monitoring Count Locations
#
Main_Street Side_Street
101
SR 518
I‐95 (SB off‐ramp)
102
SR 518
I‐95 (NB off‐ramp)
103
SR 518
CR511 (John Rodes Blvd)
104
SR 518
CR509(Wickham Rd)
105
SR 518
Croton Rd.
106
SR 518
Commodore Blvd.
107
SR 518 EB
Highland Ave.
108
SR 518 EB
Pineapple Ave.
109
SR 518 WB
Pineapple Ave.
110
SR 518 WB
Highland Ave.
111
SR 520
CR 3 (Tropical Tr.)
112
SR 520
SR 3 (Courtenay Pkwy.)
113
SR 520
Holiday Plaza
114
SR 520
Plumosa St.
115
SR 520
Merritt Sq. Mall/ M.I. Shopping Ctr.
116
SR 520
Sykes Creek Pkwy
117
SR 520
Kiwanis Island
118
SR 520
Newfound Harbor Dr./Walmart Superstore
119
SR 520
N. Banana River Dr.
120
SR 520
S. Banana River Dr./Milford Pt. Dr.
121
SR 520
I‐95 (SB off‐ramp)
122
SR 520
I‐95 (NB off‐ramp)
123
SR 520
Townsend Rd./Pilot
124
SR 520
Cox Rd./A Lane
125
SR 520
Burnett Rd.
126
SR 520
Range Rd.
127
SR 520
Varr Ave.
128
SR 520
Fiske Blvd. (SR 519)
129
SR 520
Avocado Ave./Blake Ave.
130
SR 520 EB
Forrest Ave.
131
SR 520 EB
Brevard Ave.
132
SR 520 EB
Delannoy Rd.
133
SR 520 EB
Riveredge Blvd.
134
SR 520 WB
Delannoy Ave.
135
SR 520 WB
Brevard Ave.
136
SR 520 WB
Forrest Ave.
137
SR 5A
Spruce Creek Rd.
138
SR 5A
L.P.G.A. Blvd.
139
SR 5A
13th St./Walker St.
140
SR 5A
15th St.
141
SR 5A
Flomich St.
142
SR 5A
Golf Ave.
143
SR 5A
Fleming Ave.
144
SR 5A
Hand Ave.
145
SR 5A
Division Ave.
146
SR 5A
Village Dr./Woodlands Blvd.
147
SR 5A
Village Trail
148
SR 5A
SR 421 (Dunlawton Ave.)
149
SR 5A
Herbert St.
150
SR 5A
Madeline Ave.
SDLC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ICM Technology IMC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Insure CV Capability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
SIG‐ID
70225
70226
70227
70235
70236
70237
70229
70230
70232
70233
70202
70203
70204
70205
70206
70207
70208
70209
70210
70211
70189
70190
70191
70192
70193
70194
70195
70196
70197
70198
70199
70200
70201
70214
70215
70216
79211
79225
79226
79227
79228
79229
79230
79231
79232
79233
79212
79213
79214
79215
Corridor_ID
70905
70905
70905
70806
70806
70806
70806
70806
70806
70806
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70906
70906
70906
70906
NO
NO
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
70804
NO
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
NO
NO
NO
79918
79919
79919
Coordinated
YES
YES
YES
Adaptive
Adaptive
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
FY‐Retiming
19
19
19
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
20
20
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
21
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
20
20
20
17
18
18
Available Intersection Information
SIG:Section
SIG:MP
70120000
0.0930000000000000
70120000
0.199000000000000
70120000
0.506000000000000
70120004
1.92500000000000
70120004
2.93800000000000
70120004
3.44100000000000
70120000
5.49800000000000
70120000
5.57300000000000
70120001
0.156000000000000
70120001
0.221000000000000
70100000
10.4310000000000
70100000
10.7060000000000
70100000
11.0780000000000
70100000
11.2020000000000
70100000
11.4620000000000
70100000
11.7170000000000
70100000
12.0460000000000
70100000
12.6030000000000
70100000
12.8570000000000
70100000
13.0130000000000
70100000
4.84400000000000
70100000
4.92000000000000
70100000
5.05000000000000
70100000
5.25900000000000
70100000
5.84400000000000
70100000
6.35000000000000
70100000
8.00400000000000
70100000
8.11800000000000
70100000
8.37000000000000
70100000
8.98400000000000
70100000
9.11100000000000
70100000
9.16600000000000
70100000
9.25700000000000
70100001
0.856000000000000
70100001
0.908000000000000
70100001
1.06300000000000
79190000
1.43700000000000
79190000
10.8910000000000
79190000
11.1510000000000
79190000
11.4250000000000
79190000
11.6960000000000
79190000
12.2020000000000
79190000
12.7060000000000
79190000
12.9520000000000
79190000
13.1990000000000
79190000
13.7710000000000
79190000
2.29900000000000
79190000
2.52100000000000
79190000
3.30700000000000
79190000
3.82200000000000
County
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Maintenance
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Melbourne
Melbourne
Melbourne
Melbourne
Melbourne
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Cocoa
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Holly Hill
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Volusia County
Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach
Port Orange
Volusia County
Port Orange
Port Orange
Intersection Monitoring Count Locations
#
Main_Street Side_Street
151
SR 5A
Reed Canal Rd.
152
SR 5A
Big Tree Rd.
153
SR 5A
Bellevue Ave.
154
SR 5A
Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd.
155
SR 5A
George Engram Blvd.
156
SR 5A
Veterans Ct./Madison Ave.
157
SR 5A
SR 430 (Mason Ave.)
158
SR 5A
Brentwood Dr./2nd St.
159
SR 5A
3rd St.
160
SR 5A
6th St.
161
SR 5A
8th St.
162
US 192
CR 511 (John Rodes Blvd.)
163
US 192
CR 509 (Wickham Rd.)
164
US 192
Meadow Lane Ave.
165
US 192
Dayton Blvd.
166
US 192
Windover Sq./Laila Ct.
167
US 192
Hollywood Blvd./Evans Rd.
168
US 192
McClain Dr./Melbourne Sq.
169
US 192
Shoppes of W. Melbourne
170
US 192
Dairy Rd.
171
US 192
I‐95 (SB off‐ramp)
172
US 192
I‐95 (NB off‐ramp)
173
US 192
Dike Road
174
US 192
CR 545 (Avalon Rd.)/Westside Blvd
175
US 192
Linfields Blvd
176
US 192
Vista Del Lago Blvd.
177
US 192
Secret Lake Drive
178
US 192
Orange Lake Blvd
179
US 192
SR 429 SB Ramps
180
US 192
SR 429 NB Ramps
181
US 192
East Orange Lake
182
US 192
Black Lake Rd.
183
US 192
Seven Dwarfs Lane
184
US 192
Siesta Lago Dr.
185
US 192
Bass Rd./Old Vineland Rd.
186
US 192
Hoagland Blvd.
187
US 192
Armstrong Blvd.
188
US 192
Dyer Blvd.
189
US 192
Orange Blvd.
190
US 192
CR 531A (Thacker Ave)
191
US 192
Emory Ave.
192
US 192
Central Ave.
193
US 192
US 17/92/441 (Main St)
194
US 192
Formosa Gardens Blvd.
195
US 192
Old Lake Wilson Rd (CR 545)
196
US 192
Reedy Creek Blvd.
197
US 192
Road B‐1/ Griffin Road
198
US 192
Celebration Pl./Parkway Blvd.
199
US 192
Arabian Nights Blvd.
200
US 192
Celebration Ave./WaterMania
SDLC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ICM Technology IMC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Insure CV Capability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
SIG‐ID
79216
79217
79218
79220
79221
79222
79223
79224
79236
79237
79238
70127
70128
70129
70130
70131
70132
70133
70134
70135
70124
70125
70126
75382
75383
75384
75385
92041
92042
92043
92044
92045
92061
92062
92063
92064
92065
92066
92067
92068
92069
92071
92072
92046
92048
92049
92050
92051
92052
92053
Corridor_ID
79919
79919
NO
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
79920
70803
70913
70913
70913
70913
70913
70913
70913
70913
70803
70803
70803
75928
75928
75928
75928
92906
92906
92906
92906
92906
92908
92908
92908
92909
92909
92909
92909
92909
92909
92909
92909
92906
92906
92906
92906
92907
92907
92907
Coordinated
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Adaptive
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Adaptive
Adaptive
Adaptive
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
FY‐Retiming
18
18
20
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
Available Intersection Information
SIG:Section
SIG:MP
79190000
4.57600000000000
79190000
5.42900000000000
79190000
7.13000000000000
79190000
8.48100000000000
79190000
8.78500000000000
79190000
9.20500000000000
79190000
9.42300000000000
79190000
9.61900000000000
79190006
0.175000000000000
79190006
0.528000000000000
79190006
0.776000000000000
70050000
10.1840000000000
70050000
11.8710000000000
70050000
11.9810000000000
70050000
12.2440000000000
70050000
12.6840000000000
70050000
13.0330000000000
70050000
13.3010000000000
70050000
13.4210000000000
70050000
13.9920000000000
70050000
9.76900000000000
70050000
9.86300000000000
70050000
9.98400000000000
75220000
0.536000000000000
75220000
1.12500000000000
75220000
1.45900000000000
75220000
1.67800000000000
92090000
0.288000000000000
92090000
0.690000000000000
92090000
0.812000000000000
92090000
0.965000000000000
92090000
1.40900000000000
92090000
10.2330000000000
92090000
10.7320000000000
92090000
12.1050000000000
92090000
12.8670000000000
92090000
13.0970000000000
92090000
13.3700000000000
92090000
13.6790000000000
92090000
14.1300000000000
92090000
14.3900000000000
92090000
15.1350000000000
92090000
15.3860000000000
92090000
2.09800000000000
92090000
2.84100000000000
92090000
3.07200000000000
92090000
3.51900000000000
92090000
6.08400000000000
92090000
6.29200000000000
92090000
6.49100000000000
County
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Volusia
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Maintenance
Volusia County
Volusia County
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Volusia County
Volusia County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
Brevard County
West Melbourne
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Intersection Monitoring Count Locations
#
Main_Street Side_Street
201
US 192
International Drive
202
US 192
Holiday Trail
203
US 192
Holiday Inn/Seralago Blvd.
204
US 192
Scott Blvd./Polynesian Isles Blvd.
205
US 192
Poinciana Blvd.
206
US 192
SR 535 (Vineland Rd)
207
US 192
Super Target
208
US 441
SR 438 (Princeton St.)
209
US 441
SR 414 EB Off Ramp
210
US 441
SR 414 WB Off Ramp
211
SR 426
Old Howell Branch Rd.
212
SR 426
Hall Rd./Howell Branch Rd.
213
SR 426
Trinity Prep School
214
SR 426
Tuskawilla Rd.
215
SR 426
Deep Lake Rd./Cagan Crossing
216
SR 426
SR 417 (SB off‐ramp)
217
SR 426
SR 417 (NB off‐ramp)
218
SR 426
CR 425 (Dean Rd.)
219
SR 426
Loma Vista Place/Via Loma Place
220
SR 426
Aloma Woods Blvd
221
SR 426
Chapman Rd.
222
SR 426
Slavia Rd.
223
SR 426
Oviedo Market Place Blvd
224
SR 426
Winter Springs Blvd.
225
SR 434
Tollgate Trail
226
SR 434
Palm Springs Dr./Sheridan Ave.
227
SR 434
Township Plaza/Rangeline Rd.
228
SR 434
FL Central Pkwy/Seminole Medical Ctr
229
SR 434
CR 427 (Longwood Ave.)
230
SR 434
Grant St.
231
SR 434
Wayman Drive
232
US 17/92
SR 434
233
SR 434
Sun Shadow Dr./ Golf Terr Apts.
234
SR 434
North Winter Park Drive
235
SR 434
Sheoah Blvd.
236
SR 434
Edgemon Ave.
237
SR 434
Moss Rd.
238
SR 434
Hayes Rd.
239
SR 434
SR 419
240
SR 419/434
Vistawilla Dr.
241
SR 419/434
SR 417 (SB off‐ramp)
242
SR 419/434
SR 417 (NB off‐ramp)
243
SR 419/434
Consolidated Services
244
SR 419/434
Winding Hollow Blvd
245
SR 419/434
Central Winds Park
246
SR 419/434
Bear Springs Dr
247
SR 419/434
Tuskawilla Rd
SDLC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ICM Technology IMC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Insure CV Capability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
SIG‐ID
92054
92055
92056
92057
92058
92059
92060
75115
75121
75122
77062
77063
77064
77065
77066
77067
77068
77069
77070
77071
77072
77073
77075
77076
77154
77155
77156
77157
77158
77159
77160
77014
77161
77162
77163
77164
77165
77166
77167
77082
77083
77084
77087
77088
77089
77090
77091
Corridor_ID
92907
92907
92907
92908
92908
92908
92908
75804
75908
75908
77904
77904
77904
77904
77904
77904
77904
77904
77905
77905
77905
77905
77905
77905
77805
77805
77805
77805
77805
77805
77805
77802
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
77906
Coordinated
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
AAM
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
AAM
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
FY‐Retiming
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
AAM‐ATKINS
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
17
17
17
17
17
17
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
AAM‐ATKINS
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
Available Intersection Information
SIG:Section
SIG:MP
92090000
6.89100000000000
92090000
7.11000000000000
92090000
7.47300000000000
92090000
8.44600000000000
92090000
8.83300000000000
92090000
9.43500000000000
92090000
9.91000000000000
75020000
1.46300000000000
75020000
6.75000000000000
75020000
6.81000000000000
77060000
0
77060000
0.226
77060000
0.637
77060000
1.162
77060000
1.417
77060000
1.553
77060000
1.654
77060000
2.201
77060000
2.5
77060000
2.739
77060000
3.955
77060000
4.498
77060000
5.512
77060000
5.95
77120000
6.152
77120000
6.323
77120000
6.909
77120000
7.473
77120000
7.868
77120000
8.37
77120000
8.628
77010000
4.510
77120000
9.376
77120000
9.608
77120000
9.877
77120000
10.108
77120000
10.357
77120000
10.986
77120000
11.282
77070000
6.594
77070000
6.911
77070000
7.02
77070002
0.174
77070002
0.621
77070002
1.334
77070002
1.76
77070002
2.02
County
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Orange
Orange
Orange
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Seminole
Maintenance
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Osceola County
Orlando
Orange County
Orange County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Oviedo
Oviedo
Seminole County
Seminole County
Longwood
Longwood
Seminole County
Longwood
Longwood
Seminole County
Seminole County
Casselberry
Winter Springs
Winter Springs
Winter Springs
Winter Springs
Seminole County
Winter Springs
Seminole County
Seminole County
Seminole County
Winter Springs
Winter Springs
Winter Springs
Seminole County
Appendix D:
Specification Requirements Draft
SECTION 6##
INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM
6##-1 Description
Furnish and install an intelligent traffic data collection system (ITDCS) in accordance with
the Contract Documents. Use only an ITDCS that meet the requirements of this Specification.
6##-2 Materials
An ITDCS is comprised of a system of components which collect, store, process, and
provides means of access to raw traffic data and generate signal phasing and timing (SPaT)
messages for use in traffic management and operations decision making tools. The ITDCS system
shall be forward compatible with Connected Vehicle (CV) technology via firmware or license key
updates.
Furnish an ITDCS that is compatible with the current version of the Department’s
SunGuide software system, and any other operating software as specified in the contract
documents.
6##-2.1 Classification of Types: An ITDCS is comprised of three systems of components
and are classified by data they collect, store, process and provide a means of access to. The three
system components are detection system, traffic signal controller, and ITDCS server.
6##-2.1.1 Detection System: Meet the requirements of Section 660.
6##-2.1.2 Traffic Signal Controller: Meet the requirements of Section 671 and
the high-resolution data logging requirements of supplemental specification SR-671-2.1.1-01. In
the event that an existing traffic signal controller not capable of meeting supplemental specification
SR-671-2.1.1-01 is to be used as a system component of the ITDCS, then the ITDCS Server shall
be capable of performing the high-resolution data logging requirements of SR-671-2.1.1-01.
6##-2.1.3 ITDCS Server: Furnish and install a ITDCS server as shown in the
Plans. Provide an ITDCS server that allows for connection of serial devices with EIA-232, EIA422, and EIA-485 connection to an Ethernet network.
The ITDCS Server shall have the ability to receive and process high resolution
signal detector query and logging, turning movement count data by lane, volume data, speed
data, occupancy data, origin-destination (OD) data, travel time data (TT) and classification data.
In addition, the ITDCS Server shall be forward compatible with CV technologies
supporting bi-directional TCP/IP enabled network data flows, including at a minimum signal
phase and timing data, intersection and roadway geometry data, positioning and position
correction information, traveler advisors and notifications, and road-weather conditions.
The ITDCS server shall have the ability to receive and process vehicle position
and telemetry data, as well as requests for service, as is the case in emergency vehicles and
transit prioritization.
Use only equipment and components that meet the requirements of these minimum
specifications.
6##-2.1.3.1 ITDCS Server General: Ensure that the ITDCS server can be
DIN-rail or wall mounted.
Furnish and install an ITDCS server that supports boot from LAN function
and can support Windows XP/7, WES7, WES-2009, Linux, and QNX OS solutions.
6##-2.1.3.2 ITDCS Server System Hardware: Furnish and install an
ITDCS server with a minimum 1.66 GHz processor with a minimum of 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM
built-in memory.
Ensure the ITDCS server shall have indicators for power, CF, LAN, and
Serial (Tx,Rx).
Ensure that the ITDCS has a minimum of one CF storage slot and one builtin 2.5” SATA/HDD/SSD bracket. The ITDCS shall by expandable using Mini PCle card slots
and/or SIM card slots.
Ensure the ITDCS server has a programmable watchdog timer with 256 a
level interval, from 1 to 255 seconds.
6##-2.1.3.3 ITDCS Server I/O Interface: Ensure that the ITDCS server
local area network (LAN) connection supports the requirements detailed in the IEEE 802.3ab
standard for Ethernet connections. Provide an ITDCS Server having a minimum of two Ethernet
ports, which shall be 10/100/1000Base-T.
Ensure that the connector complies with applicable EIA and TIA
requirements. Provide copper-based network interface ports that utilize RJ-45 connectors.
Ensure that the ITDCS server provides a minimum of four serial data
interfaces and connectors as specified in the Plans that conforms to EIA-232/422/485 standards.
Ensure that the serial ports support data rates up to:
115.2 kbps in RS-232 and RS-232/485 mode
921.6 kbps in RS-422/485 mode
Ensure that the ITDCS server has a minimum of six USB 2.0 or higher ports.
6##-2.1.3.4 ITDCS Configuration and Management: Provide a ITDCS
server that supports local and remote configuration and management, which must include access
to all user programmable features, including but not limited to addressing, port configuration,
device monitoring, diagnostic utilities, and security functions.
6##-2.1.3.5 ITDCS Server Mechanical Specifications: Ensure equipment
is permanently marked with manufacturer name or trademark, part number, and serial number.
Ensure that every conductive contact surface or pin is gold-plated or made
of a noncorrosive, nonrusting, conductive metal.
All parts shall be made of corrosion-resistant materials, such as plastic,
stainless steel, anodized aluminum, brass, or gold-plated metal.
Ensure that the dimensions of the device server accommodate the unit’s
installation in a control cabinet as specified in the Plans.
6##-2.1.3.6 ITDCS Server Electrical Specifications: ITDCS server
must operate on a nominal voltage of 120 volts alternating current (VAC). Supply an appropriate
voltage converter for devices that require operating voltages of less than 120 VAC.
Ensure that the ITDCS server has diagnostic light emitting diodes (LEDs),
including power, CF, LAN, and Serial (Tx,Rx).
6##-2.1.3.7 ITDCS Server Environmental Specifications: Ensure the
ITDCS server has minimum operating temperature range of -100C to 700C (14-1580F).
Ensure that the ITDCS server operates properly during and after being
subjected to the environmental testing procedures described in NEMA TS 2, Sections 2.2.7,
2.2.8., and 2.2.9.
6##-2.2 ITDCS Data: Data collected by the ITDCS is generally divided into three types:
Presence Data, Probe Data, and Traffic Signal Controller Data. Data collection is expected to be
segmented by modality: pedestrian, bike, and vehicle, movement: left turn, right turn, and through,
origin direction: approach 1 through approach 6, and signal phases 1 through 16, and signal
indication: red, yellow, and green.
6##-2.2.1 Presence Data: Presence data is defined as traffic data derived from a
single point of interest.
6##-2.2.2 Probe Data: Probe data is defined as raw data which identifies a single,
unique identifier at a known location and time and maintains that identification throughout the
network of transportation management system to where it may be matched at another known
location and time. Probe data shall be encrypted and shall provide the same unique identifier
throughout the network of transportation management system(s) to which the probe data is
integrated.
6##-2.2.3 Traffic Signal Controller Data: Traffic signal controller data is defined
as the raw event-based data output from the traffic signal controller.
6##-2.2.4 Timestamp: A timestamp associated to each raw traffic data entry shall
be provided. The timestamp shall be standardized to system management protocols such that the
ITDCS raw traffic data may be correlated to the management time system used by the parent
transportation management system(s) decision making tools.
6##-2.2.5 Data Stream: All data of the ITDCS shall be capable of being pushed
or polled in JSON or XML format and based on the data reporting period. The ITDCS shall
provide, at a minimum, exportable raw traffic data with associated timestamp and reporting
component identifiers (e.g. reporting component unique IP, system name, etc.). Data shall be
provided through an automated fashion in addition to user-specific requests for specific data.
Automated data reporting shall be customizable to within one (1)-minute intervals.
6##-2.3 Performance and Operational Requirements: Ensure the ITDCS meets all of
the following minimum operational requirements:
6##-2.3.1 Traffic Volume: The ITDCS shall be capable of meeting the
requirements of Section 660 regardless of volume. The system shall have no minimum or
maximum volume threshold, beyond which, the system would fail to provide accurate raw traffic
data.
6##-2.3.2 Traffic Speed: The ITDCS shall be capable of meeting the requirements
of Section 660regardless of speed limits, congestion, or zero-speed conditions. The system shall
have no minimum or maximum speed threshold, beyond which, the system would fail to provide
raw traffic data.
6##-2.3.3 Environment: The ITDCS shall be capable of meeting the requirements
of Section 660 under standard environmental conditions. The system shall provide accurate raw
traffic data throughout all: standard periods of time of day and seasons: lit or unlit conditions; wet
and dry weather conditions: rain (up to 2 in. per hour), snow, wind, dust, or fog; and geometric
conditions.
6##-2.3.3.1 Horizon Effect: The ITDCS shall not be susceptible to faulty
detection or failure of detection due to lighting conditions or reflectance of sunlight.
6##-2.3.3.2 Occlusion Effect: The ITDCS shall not be susceptible to faulty
detection or failure of detection due to the occlusion effect.
6##-2.4 Functional Requirements: Ensure the ITDCS meets all of the following
minimum functional requirements:
6##-2.4.2 Per Lane or Travel-way Data Collection: The ITDCS shall provide
raw traffic data on a per-lane basis. The system shall be capable of uniquely identifying all
reporting components necessary to properly identify the lane of travel. The system shall be georeferenced such that system components may be intelligently integrated into a parent management
interface through the use of industry standardized geo-positioning systems such as GPS
coordinates, established mapping interfaces, etc.
6##-2.4.3 Local System Networking: The ITDCS shall be capable of associating
all reported raw traffic data to its uniquely identifiable component(s). The system shall be capable
of identifying the position, role, settings, configurations, and operational status of each uniquely
identifiable component(s) of the system, and orientation of phase to approach.
6##-2.4.4 Network Integration: The ITDCS shall be Ethernet/Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) network addressable with remote management features embedded within the system.
The system shall provide intelligent features enabling remote and onsite functions for operations
and maintenance reporting and troubleshooting. The system shall be capable of integrating into an
existing local area network (LAN) and/or wide area network (WAN). Ensure the system provides
a local physical management RJ-45 connector port.
6##-2.4.4.1 Configuration and Management: The ITDCS shall retain its
programming in nonvolatile memory. Ensure that all communication addresses are user
programmable. Ensure that all components of ITDCS are capable of remote software and firmware
updates.
6##-2.4.5 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Traffic Operations
Data Metrics: Ensure the ITDCS provides ITS and/or Traffic Operations data meeting the
requirements of the project. At a minimum, the system shall be capable of providing:
6##-2.4.6 Data Storage: The ITDCS shall be capable of storing local data to
safeguard against system communications and/or power downtime. Backup storage of local data
shall be a minimum of three (3) months. The system shall store backup data in a solid state
system commonly accepted by COTS in use by FDOT. This shall include, but not be limited to,
USB, SSD, etc. –type data storage hardware.
6##-2.4.7 Automated System Recovery: The ITDCS shall be capable of
automatic system recovery from network communications and/or power disruptions.
6##-2.4.7.1 Automated Communication Recovery: Ensure the system
provides automated communications recovery within the prescribed time limits of the Contract
Documents. At a minimum, the system shall be capable of automatically recovering
communications with the network throughout all intermittent communications disruptions
common to network performance.
6##-2.4.7.2 Automated Power Recovery: In the event that power to the
system or a subcomponent thereof is interrupted, ensure that the equipment automatically recovers
after power is restored. Ensure that all programmable system settings return to their previous
configurations and the system resumes proper operation. At a minimum, the system shall be
capable of automatically restoring proper operations throughout all intermittent power disruptions.
Intermittent power disruptions shall be defined as durations of up to two (2) hours or less.
Additionally, the system shall be capable of automated recovery from power system downtime up
to 48 hours.
6##-2.4.8 Independent Power Backup: In the event that the main power
supply to the system is interrupted, ensure that the ITDCS remains fully operational for a minimum
duration of 48 hours.
6##-2.5 ITDCS Testing and Integration: Perform ITS device integration and testing
based on the construction project milestones in accordance with the Contract Documents. All test
equipment used shall have valid calibration certifications in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommendations, notwithstanding modification required for integration.
The Contractor shall be responsible for conducting and documenting the test results. All
equipment required for conducting tests shall be supplied by the Contractor. The test shall be
conducted with manufacturer-supplied software or SunGuide® software as required. Provide
qualified personnel to support the diagnosis and repair of system equipment during the tests as
required. These personnel shall be available for this support during tests.
Failure of any item to conform to the requirements for any test shall be counted as a defect,
and the equipment under test shall be subject to test failure as determined by the Department. The
Contractor may offer previously failed equipment for retest provided all areas of non-compliance
have been corrected and retested, and evidence thereof is submitted and acceptable to the
Department.
6##-2.5.1 ITDCS Device Integration: ITS components installed under the
Project shall be integrated by the Contractor. At the pre-integration meeting, the Contractor shall
provide a spreadsheet via native electronic file for all ITS device formatted as shown in Exhibit D
burned on compact disk (CD).
The Department will add the project IP addressing scheme by device. The
Contractor shall adhere to the scheme when integrating ITS devices. All ITS devices shall use a
version of the NTCIP protocol compatible with the existing SunGuide® software platform. Ensure
all ITS device protocols for each sub-system to be integrated with the SunGuide® Software are
compliant with the protocols listed online at: http://sunguidesoftware.com/. The use of translators
and/or protocol converters shall not be allowed.
Perform any and all ITS device configuration changes/firmware upgrades
required for the successful integration of all ITS devices installed with the existing
communications system, Local Hubs, Master Hub Ethernet switches, and the SunGuide®
Software. Provide the vendor equipment software for all types of ITS devices installed in the
Project to the Department via disk with all applicable licensing.
The contract period shall not be extended for time loss or delays related to
integration or testing. Any integration or testing of the ITS components shall be considered part
of the component’s installation. No additional compensation shall be made.
6##-2.5.2 ITDCS Field Acceptance Testing (FAT): Subject all ITDCS
devices to a Field Acceptance Test (FAT) to demonstrate and document all stand-alone (nonnetwork) functional operations of the ITS device and ancillary components, including accuracy as
required. Perform all FAT tests and record all FAT results using Department approved testing
procedures.
If any device or component of the ITDCS fails to pass the FAT more than
twice, it shall be replaced with a new device or ancillary component of same make and model, and
the entire FAT shall be repeated until proven successful.
6##-2.5.3 ITDCS Sub-System Acceptance Testing (S-SAT): Subject all
ITDCS devices to a Sub-Systems Acceptance Test (S-SAT) to demonstrate and document device
operability from the nearest Department Master Hub via an Ethernet connection to the full layer 3
network switch. Perform all S-SAT tests and record all S-SAT results using Department approved
testing procedures. S-SAT tests are to be scheduled and performed for each ITDCS device subsystem (CCTV, VDS, etc.) after successful completion of the FAT for that sub-system, and after
successful integration to the network.
6##-2.5.4 ITDCS System Acceptance Test (SAT): Subject the ITDCS to
a Systems Acceptance Test (SAT) to demonstrate and document device operability from the
SunGuide® Software and/or Regional Traffic Management Center (RTMC) workstation. Perform
all SAT tests and record all SAT results using Department approved testing procedures. SAT tests
are to be scheduled and performed for each ITDCS device sub-system (CCTV, VDS, etc.) after
successful completion of the FAT and S-SAT for that sub-system. The SAT shall exhibit full
functionality of the ITDCS deployment in the SunGuide® software.
6##-2.5.5 ITDCS System Acceptance Test (SAT): After successful
completion of all required FAT, S-SAT, and SAT tests for all sub-systems, subject all ITDCS to a
30-Calendar Day Operational Test Period (OTP), during which time the Contractor shall perform
any and all maintenance required to maintain a fully functional ITS system.
The D/B Firm shall notify the Department in writing of the scheduled start
date of the OTP 14 calendar days prior to the commencement of the OTP. The OTP shall not be
performed without prior written approval from the Department. The 30-Day OTP shall consist of
the monitoring of all ITS devices and ancillary components to ensure continuous operation without
failure of any sub-system, ITS device, or ancillary component.
In the event of a sub-system, ITDCS device, or ancillary component failure
causing a System Shutdown, the OTP Test shall be terminated for purposes of testing and
correcting identified deficiencies causing the System Shutdown. System Shutdown is defined as
any condition which, due to work performed by the Contractor and/or its designee, results in the
ITDCS device or ancillary component thereof to cease operation.
For each period of System Shutdown, and after the identified deficiency has
been corrected and met all applicable tests, the OTP shall be restarted for a new 30 consecutive
calendar days starting upon confirmation the deficiency is resolved.
If the total number of System Shutdowns exceeds three due to the same subsystem, ITDCS device, or ancillary component, the Contractor shall remove and replace the subsystem, ITDCS device or ancillary component with a new and unused unit subjecting it to all
required tests including the FAT, S-SAT, and SAT. Upon written approval from the department,
the restart the 30-day OTP will begin.
The OTP steps described herein shall be repeated as many times as deemed
necessary by the Department to satisfy the requirements of this specification. The Contractor shall
not be granted time extensions to perform the OTP due to any failures as described herein. Correct
any and all failures required to resume the OTP at no additional cost to the Department.
In the event a problem is discovered for which it is uncertain whether the
cause is hardware or software related, the 30 calendar-day OTP shall restart and repeat, unless
otherwise directed by the Department. However, the OTP shall not be deemed to have been
successfully completed until the problem has been corrected.
All software required for diagnosing malfunctions of hardware and
software/firmware shall be supplied by the Contractor and approved by the Department prior to
use. A copy of all diagnostic software shall be submitted to the Department with full
documentation within 14 days of deficiency resolution. Submit Failure Report Logs in
demonstration that error rates are within requirements set herein.
6##-3 Installation
Install, configure, and demonstrate a fully functional ITDCS as shown in the Plans.
Connect all field equipment to the existing communication network (if applicable) and provide all
materials specified in the Contract Documents. Install all equipment according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations. Ensure that above-ground components can be mounted on
existing poles or sign structures, or on new poles, as shown in the Plans. Furnish all equipment
with the appropriate power and communication cables. Install the power cable and the
communication cables according to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Ensure that the cables
comply with NEC sizing requirements and meet all other applicable standards, specifications, and
local code requirements.
Do not install communication cables in the same conduit or pull boxes as power cables
carrying voltage greater than 24 VDC/VAC or current in excess of 1.5 amps.
Cut all wires to their proper length before assembly. Do not double back any wire to take
up slack. Neatly lace wires into cables with nylon lacing or plastic straps. Secure cables with
clamps and provide service loops at all connections.
In the event that power to the vehicle detection system or a subcomponent thereof is
interrupted, ensure that the equipment automatically recovers after power is restored. Ensure that
all programmable system settings return to their previous configurations and the system resumes
proper operation.
Installation of detection systems shall comply with Section 660.
Installation of traffic signal controllers shall comply with Section 671.
6##-3.1 Testing: The ITDCS shall be tested using manufacturer limits of operations and
shall meet the local agencies specifications and guidelines for testing as required by the Contract
Documents as defined in 6##-2.5. Submit the project specific test plan to the Engineer for
approval.
6##-4 Warranty
Ensure ITDCS has a manufacturer’s warranty covering defects for a minimum of 2 years
from the date of final acceptance by the Engineer in accordance with 5-11 and Section 608. The
warranty must include providing replacements, within 10 calendar days of notification, for
defective parts and equipment during the warranty period at no cost to the Department or
maintaining agency.
6##-5 Method of Measurement
6##-5.1 Furnish and Install: The Contract unit price for each component necessary,
furnished and installed, shall include all equipment, materials as specified in the Contract
Documents, and all labor, equipment, and miscellaneous materials necessary for a complete and
accepted installation. The Contract unit price for each component of an ITDCS, furnished and
installed, will include furnishing, placement, and testing of all materials and equipment, and for
all tools, labor, equipment, hardware, operational software packages and firmwares, supplies,
support, personnel training, shop drawings, warranty documentation, and incidentals necessary to
complete the work.
No separate payment will be made for vehicle detection devices or traffic signal controllers
when included with the ITSDC assembly as per Section 6##.
6##-5.4 Modify: The Contract unit price per each component necessary, modified, will
include all lead-in cable, saw cuts, miscellaneous materials as specified in the Contract Documents,
connecting and terminating new lead-in cable, and installing and terminating the lead-in cable to
the location designated in the Contract Documents, and all labor and equipment necessary for a
complete and accepted installation. The Contract unit price for each component of an ITDCS,
modified, will include adjustment, relocation, placement, and testing of all materials and
equipment, and for all tools, labor, equipment, hardware, operational software packages and
firmwares, supplies, support, personnel training, shop drawings, warranty documentation, and
incidentals necessary to complete the work.
6##-6 Basis of Payment
Price and payment will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section.
Payment will be made under:
Item No. 6##-1 ITDCS System (Counts and SPM) – per assembly
Item No. 6##-2 ITDCS System (Counts, SPM, and Bluetooth) – per assembly
Item No. 6##-3 ITDCS System (Counts, SPM, Bluetooth, and CV) – per assembly
Item No. 6##-5 ITDCS System (Modify) – per assembly
Item No. 6##-6 ITDCS System (Remove) – per assembly
6##-2.4 ITDCS System Requirements: Ensure that raw traffic data collected and
reported by the ITDCS meets all of the following minimum requirements of acceptable
performance:
6##-2.4.1.15 Signalized Intersection Data Synchronization: The ITDCS
shall have the ability to associate collected raw traffic data to signalized intersection indication
(green, yellow, red) times on a per-cycle basis. A cycle for signalized intersections shall be defined
as the begin-green timestamp of a cycle to the next begin-green timestamp of the following cycle.
The difference of each of these timestamps shall define the cycle length. Data normalization to
the cycle time shall be achieved through the normalization of each reporting system’s (signal
controller and ITDCS) clock with the central system’s master clock. Clock synchronization of
each system shall be within +/- 2 seconds of the master clock.
6##-2.4.1.15.1 Count Arrival on Indication: The ITDCS shall
have the ability to report the percentage of total volume arriving at a signalized intersection during
each signal indication (red, yellow, or green). Percentage of arrival for each indication shall be
provided on a per-cycle basis.
6##-2.4.1.15.2 Turning Movements per Indication: The ITDCS
shall have the ability to report the volume of turning movements at a signalized intersection during
each signal indication (red, yellow, flashing yellow or green). Ensure the system provides total
number of movement counts per cycle indication segmented per indication type (e.g. right turns
on red, permitted left turns, permitted left turns with flashing yellow, etc.).
6##-2.4.1.15.3 Queue Data: The ITDCS shall have the ability to
report the queue length per lane per cycle. The reported queue length shall be provided in both a
total length of queue in feet and number of vehicles within the queue. Ensure the reported values
for length of queue and number of vehicle in the queue are within +/- 20 feet and 1 vehicle
respectively for 90% of the total reported queue data provided over 100-cycles.
6##-2.4.1.15.6 Pedestrian Detection Data: The ITDCS shall
provide the following pedestrian specific data metrics:
6##-2.4.1.15.6.1 Pedestrian Volume: The ITDCS shall
provide total volume of pedestrians reported on a per cycle basis. Ensure the system provides a
total volume accuracy of +/- 10% of ground truth per reported cycle value.
6##-2.4.1.15.6.2 Pedestrian Actuations: The ITDCS shall
provide a per cycle indication of pedestrian actuation per movement. Ensure the system provides
an actuation efficiency metric. The actuation efficiency metric shall be the percentage of actual
crossing per actuation movement per 100-cycle intervals. Ensure the reported percentage accuracy
of actual crossing movement per actuation of crossing movement is within +/- 90% of ground
truth.
6##-2.4.1.15.6.3 Pedestrian Crossing Speed: The ITDCS
shall provide a per cycle indication of pedestrian movement pedestrian speed in feet per second.
Ensure the reported pedestrian speed is within +/- 0.5 fps of ground truth for 90% of the total
reported interval.

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