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Project Assessment Procedure Bulletins

From time to time changes to and/or clarification of standards, policies, guidelines, etc. may impact working procedures, but not necessarily necessitate a complete rewrite of the standard, policy or guideline; Therefore, Project Assessment Bulletins are provided to clarify and supplement PA procedures

A complete PDF of current Project Assessment Procedure Bulletins is available for download or they may be downloaded separately below.

Heading Subject Number Revision Date
  Agencies with Land Adjacent to ADOT Projects 96-013 6/10/1996
  Design Speed 97-001 4/1/1997
  Operating Partnership Agreement 98-001 9/18/1998
  Operating Partnership Agreement Suffix Change 02-001 2/1/2002
  Traffic Engineering HES Section 99-003 8/2/1999
  Materials / Pavement Smoothness Award 00-004 7/27/2010
  Bridge Repair Listing 10-002 10/27/2010
  2010 Median Crossovers
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  Checklists 96-026 10/21/1996
  Cut Ditches 96-023 8/12/1996
  Loop Detectors 96-006 2/22/2002
  Five-Year Program 96-021 7/30/1996
  Current and Projected Traffic 96-012 3/12/1996
  Major and Minor Structures 96-003 7/8/2004
  Accident Counts and Evaluations 96-018 6/10/1996
  Environmental Planning 96-009 2/7/1996
  SWPPP & NPDES(Construction < 3/10/03) 96-014 2/22/2002
  Pavement Preservation Projects in the Third Year of the ADOT Five-Year Highway Construction Program 99-004 8/16/1999
  Shoulder Build-Up 00-001 3/30/2000
  Project Schedule 00-003 7/5/2000
  SWPPP 96-015 2/22/2002
  Agencies with Land Adjacent to ADOT Projects 96-019 6/10/1996
  Preconstruction Engineering "PC" Model 99-002 4/15/1999
  Safety and Miscellaneous Items 96-005 2/6/1996
  Erosion Control 96-004 2/6/1996
  Construction Engineering and Contingencies (%) 96-011 2/29/1996
  Distribution of Initial and Final AASHTO Report 96-025 4/30/2010
  Design Exception Approval and Distribution 96-002 4/30/2010
  Example Design Exception Request Memorandum Related to Horizontal Curve Superelevation 09-002 4/30/2010
  Design Exception Request Memorandum with Rationalel for Exceptions - Grade and Structural Capacity / Bridge Barrier Example 10-001 4/30/2010

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