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Misc. Design Documents, e.g., Safety Selection Guide

Safety Selection Guide
Crash Cushions, End Treatments and Barrier Guide. The following guidance is provided by the Project Development Branch to aid designers in the proper selection of safety hardware. Unless specified for use by CDOT’s M&S Standard Plans or formally adopted for use by the Department, device selection and use is at the Engineer’s discretion. The Engineer should provide for competitive bidding between functionally equivalent devices when design conditions allow.
Stormwater Management Plan - SWMP
For information only to fulfill the CDPS-SCP (Colorado Discharge Permit System - Stormwater Construction Permit). To edit either document, please click on one of the SWMP links below, then download the document to your computer. You can edit it from there.
File PDF document Controlling Our Critical Path
A CDOT Guide to Better Project Management Practices
Project First on Construction Projects
Survey Tabulation Sheets
Half-size and Write-up drawings and pdfs.
File application/ms-word CDOT Final Checklist - Plans, Specifications, & Estimate
(Revised 03/11)
File C source code Generic Scope of Work Basic Contract
CDOT Approved Products List (APL)
CDOT Pavement Smoothness Testing webpage
Bridge Misc. Design Documents
Bridge Field Log of Structures, Structural Worksheets, Technical Memorandums
Rumble Strips and Stripes - Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Rumble Strips are an effective countermeasure for preventing roadway departure crashes. The noise and vibration produced by rumble strips alert drivers when they leave the traveled way. Rumble stripes is the term used for rumble strips painted with a retroreflective coating to increase the visibility of the pavement edge at night and during inclement weather conditions.

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