Traffic

CADD Standards

Traffic Engineering Construction Standards Index Sheets


Sheets 1-B and 1-C are placed in the plan set after the face sheet and before the design sheets. It is the designer’s responsibility to check these sheets to ensure they list the ADOT Standard drawings actually used in the design. If for some reason, you have approval to use an older standard drawing, the sheet may be edited to reflect the standard drawing actually used. Signify that you have checked the sheets, and they are correct by signing and dating the lower right corner. It is only necessary to include the sheets, that list the standard drawings actually used in the project. That is, if there is no Traffic Electrical work in the design project, then you would omit Sheet 1-C, Traffic Signal and Lighting Standard Drawings. Because standard drawings are updated frequently, it is important to assure yourself that you have the most recent version of these sheets. Check the revision date on the web site.

 

Traffic Engineering Plan Sheet Notes


These notes are provided only as a general guideline for Traffic Engineering projects and will vary based on specifics in the project. These notes are to be used based on the Designers judgment.

 

Traffic Engineering CADD Development Files


Traffic Engineering Cell Libraries


Traffic Engineering Line Styles


Traffic SignCad Standards


Traffic CADD Standard Example Drawings with Element Information


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