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    HWY-01

    RESURFACING, BRIDGE, AND

    SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ON RT. 2

    HWY-07 HWY-08

    HWY-09 HWY-10

    E.C. BARTHOLOMEW

    A.L. NAFIS

    GLASTONBURY

    HWY-11

    GENERAL NOTES ANDINDEX PLAN 1

    FINAL DESIGN REVIEW

    DESIGNER/DRAFTER:

    CHECKED BY:

    PROJECT TITLE: TOWN:

    DRAWING TITLE:

    PROJECT NO.

    DRAWING NO.

    SHEET NO.

    Filename:SHEET NO.REVISION DESCRIPTIONDATEREV.

    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

    STATE OF CONNECTICUT

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    SCALE IN FEET

    SCALE 1"=200

    200 400

    OF WORK WHICH WILL BE REQUIRED.

    THE CONDITIONS OF ACTUAL QUANTITIES

    IN NO WAY WARRANTED TO INDICATE

    INVESTIGATIONS BY THE STATE AND IS

    SHEETS IS BASED ON LIMITED

    QUANTITIES OF WORK, SHOWN ON THESE

    THE INFORMATION, INCLUDING ESTIMATED

    3/3/2013

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    DRAWING NO. TITLE

    HWY-02

    HWY-01

    HWY-03

    LIST OF DRAWINGS IN SUBSET 03 - HIGHWAY

    HWY-04

    HWY-05

    HWY-06

    HWY-07

    HWY-08

    HWY-09

    HWY-11

    HWY-12

    HWY-10

    HWY-14

    HWY-13

    HWY-15

    HWY-17

    HWY-18

    HWY-19

    HWY-20

    HWY-21

    HWY-22

    HWY-16

    GENERAL NOTES:

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 215+00 TO 222+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 222+00 TO 233+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 233+00 TO 245+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 245+00 TO 255+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 255+50 TO 266+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 266+50 TO 277+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 277+00 TO 288+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 288+50 TO 300+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 300+50 TO 312+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 312+50 TO 324+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 324+50 TO 336+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 336+50 TO 348+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 348+00 TO 360+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 360+00 TO 371+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 383+50 TO 395+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 395+50 TO 406+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 406+50 TO 418+50

    HWY-23

    HWY-24

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 454+50 TO 458+00

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 442+50 TO 454+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 431+00 TO 442+50

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 418+50 TO 431+00

    HWY-27

    HWY-26

    HWY-25

    HWY-29

    HWY-28

    INDEX PLAN 2

    INDEX PLAN 3

    TYPICAL SECTIONS 1

    TYPICAL SECTIONS 2

    TYPICAL SECTIONS 3

    DETAILS 1

    DETAILS 2

    ROADWAY PLAN STA 371+50 TO 383+50

    HWY-30

    GENERAL NOTES AND INDEX PLAN 1

    CURB.EQUAL LIFTS, CURB TO

    8. PLACE 4 INCHES OF HMA S0.5, DESIGN LEVEL 3, IN TWO

    DESIRED CROSS SLOPE.ACHIEVE THE

    THICKNESS FROM 1.25 TO 2.5 INCHES AS NECESSARY TO

    7. PLACE A WEDGE COURSE OF HMA S0.375 VARYING IN

    THICKNESS.

    UNIFORM TWO LIFTS OF HMA S0.5 IS LAID DOWN IN

    COURSE ACHIEVES THE DESIRED CROSS SLOPE SO THE FINAL

    TRANSITION EXTENTS AND THICKNESSES SO THAT THE WEDGE

    ELEVATIONS AND MARK OUT REQUIRED CROSS SLOPE AND

    6. CONDUCT A SURVEY TO ESTABLISH EXISTING PAVEMENT

    THE SAME SHAPE.BE USED TO ACHIEVE

    BITUMINOUS CONCRETE WEDGE AT LEAST ONE FOOT WIDE CAN

    FROM HORIZONTAL TO A MAXIMUM OF 30. ALTERNATEL

    SHAVE DOWN THE EDGE FROM ITS EXISTING ANGLE OF 9

    ADJOINING LANE SIDE, A MILLING MACHINE WILL BE USED TO

    TO ACHIEVE THE ELEVATION OF THE CENTERLINE ON THE

    CENTERLINE. IF THERE IS ADDITIONAL THICKNESS REQUIRED

    RUBBLIZED SLAB AND A MAXIMUM OF 5 INCHES AT THE

    A MINIMUM OF 3.5 INCHES AT THE OUTER EDGE OF THE

    5. PLACE A BOTTOM LIFT OF HMA S1. THICKNESS SHOULD BE

    CONCRETE SLABS.4. RUBBLIZE THE PORTLAND-CEMENT

    MATERIAL.OR UNSOUND AND REPLACE WITH SPECIFIED

    CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS THAT ARE CONSIDERED UNSUITABLE

    3. REMOVE PATCHES OF CONCRETE, BITUMINOUS OR

    CONCRETE BASE.

    TO TOP OF 2. MILL EXISTING SHOULDERS AND MAINLINE

    TYPICAL DETAIL.1. INSTALL EDGE DRAIN AS SHOWN IN THE

    SUGGESTED CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

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    THE PROJECT LIMITS SHALL BE CLEANED.

    10. ALL DRAINAGE STRUCTURES AND PIPES WITHIN

    LOCATIONS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.

    BASINS LOCATED IN LOW POINTS AS WELL AS IN

    SYSTEMS WILL BE INSTALLED AROUND ALL CATCH

    9. DURING CONSTRUCTION, SEDIMENTATION CONTROL

    MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT CONSTRUCTION.

    THAT PROPER STORM DRAINAGE FLOWS ARE

    8. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO ENSURE

    CURBING.

    COMPATIBLE WITH BITUMINOUS CONCRETE PARK

    7. CATCH BASINS AND CATCH BASIN TOPS SHALL BE

    CATCH BASINS.

    6. C.D.O.T. TYPE B GRATES SHALL BE USED FOR ALL

    STORMS.

    PERIOD SHALL BE WEEKLY AND OR AFTER MAJOR

    VEGETATION OR PAVING. THE MINIMUM INSPECTION

    UNTIL ALL DISTURBED AREAS ARE STABILIZED WITH

    OUT THROUGHOUT THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD AND

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE SHALL BE CARRIED

    A REGULAR BASIS AS OUTLINED HEREIN:

    MEASURES SHALL BE INSPECTED AND MAINTAINED ON

    5. ALL SEDIMENTATION AND EROSION CONTROL

    RESIDENT ENGINEER.

    DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE

    CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. ANY

    CONDITIONS SHALL BE FIELD VERIFIED BY THE

    4. ALL DIMENSIONS,ELEVATIONS AND EXISTING

    EXISTING UTILITIES AND PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION.

    ENGINEER SHOULD THERE BE ANY CONFLICT BETWEEN

    3. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE RESIDENT

    COMPANY REPRESENTATIVES.

    COORDINATE ACTIVITIES WITH INDIVIDUAL UTILITY

    STARTING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR TO

    1-800-922-4455, AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO

    FOR ALL DAMAGE. CALL BEFORE YOU DIG

    SUPPORT ALL UTILITIES AND SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE

    OPERATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ADEQUATELY

    AND FEATURES THAT MAY AFFECT HIS CONSTRUCTION

    ELEVATIONS, AND EXISTENCE OF ALL SUCH UTILITIES

    PRIOR TO BIDDING, THE SIZE, LOCATIONS,

    2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL DETERMINE FOR HIMSELF ,

    PERFORMED BY THE CDOT.

    PROJECTS 53-98 AND 53-100. FIELD SURVEY WAS

    INFORMATION FROM AS-BUILT PLANS OF STATE

    FOR THIS PROJECT WAS DEVELOPED USING

    1. THE BASE MAP SHOWING EXISTING CONDITIONS

    ELEVATION OF THE TOP OF THE FOUNDATION/HANDHOLE.

    FINISHED GRADE IS NOT GREATER THAN THE

    SHALL BE ADJUSTED IN THESE AREAS SO THAT

    PROCESSED AGGREGATE), THE DEPTH OF THE FILL

    AREAS OF PROPOSED FILL (TURF ESTABLISHMENT AND

    FOUNDATIONS AND CONCRETE HANDHOLES LOCATED IN

    18. WHERE THERE ARE EXISTING LIGHT STANDARD

    THE SPECIAL PROVISIONS.

    AND M.04 MIX DESIGNATION EQUIVALENCY " FOUND IN

    MIX(HMA). "SEE NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR- SECTION 4.06

    AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS REFERS TO HOT ASPHALT

    17. ALL MENTION OF SUPERPAVE FOUND N THE PLANS,

    CONSTRUCTED.

    SHALL BE

    c. PAVEMENT TRANSITIONS FOR UNDERPASS BRIDGES

    TO MATCH EXISTING GRADE.

    AND PAVED

    b. SHOULDERS AND CLIMBING LANES SHALL BE MILLED

    FOR TWO WEEKS.

    FULLY FUNCTIONAL

    a. EDGEDRAIN SYSTEMS SHALL BE INSTALLED AND

    16. PRIOR TO RUBBLIZATION;

    CATCH BASIN".

    BE RECONSTRUCTED WILL BE PAID FOR AS"REBUILD

    15. ALL CATCH BASINS CALLED FOR ON THE PLANS TO

    FLOODING.

    MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT CAN BE REMOVED PRIOR TO

    PREVENT IT FROM FLOATING AWAY OR THAT SUCH

    FIRMLY ANCHORED, RESTRAINED OR ENCLOSED TO

    FLOODS AND PROVIDED THAT SUCH MATERIAL IS

    EQUIPMENT IS NOT SUBJECT TO MAJOR DAMAGE BY

    FLOOD ELEVATION PROVIDED THAT SUCH MATERIAL OR

    EQUIPMENT MAY BE STORED BELOW THE 500 YEAR

    YEAR FLOOD ELEVATION OF 31.9. OTHER MATERIAL OR

    EVENT OF FLOODING IS PROHIBITED BELOW THE 500

    TO HUMAN HEALTH OR THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE

    14. STORAGE OF MATERIALS THAT COULD BE INJURIOUS

    BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION.

    13. ALL PERMITS ARE TO BE ACQUIRED PRIOR TO THE

    EXCAVATION".

    ABANDONED WILL BE PAID FOR AS "ROCK-IN-TRENCH

    12. ALL EXISTING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES TO BE

    EXCAVATION" FOR STRUCTURES.

    EXCAVATION" FOR PIPES AND "ROCK-IN-TRENCH

    BE REMOVED SHALL BE PAID FOR AS "TRENCH

    11. ALL EXISTING DRAINAGE PIPE AND STRUCTURES TO

    R=3819.724

    ROUTE 2 WB

    PT = 228+98.74

    SHALL BE CLEANED.

    9. ALL DRAINAGE STRUCTURES AND PIPES WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS

    AS IN LOCATIONS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.

    INSTALLED AROUND ALL CATCH BASINS LOCATED IN LOW POINTS AS WELL

    8. DURING CONSTRUCTION, SEDIMENTATION CONTROL SYSTEMS WILL BE

    DRAINGE FLOWS ARE MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT CONSTRUCTION.

    7. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSBLE TO ENSURE THAT PROPER STORM

    6. C.D.O.T. TYPE B GRATES SHALL BE USED FOR ALL CATCH BASINS.

    BE WEEKLY AND OR AFTER MAJOR STORMS.

    WITH VEGETATION OR PAVING. THE MINIMUM INSPECTION PERIOD SHALL

    CONSTRUCTION PERIOD AND UNTIL ALL DISTURBED AREAS ARE STABALIZED

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE SHALL BE CARRIED OUT THROUGHOUT THE

    INSPECTED AND MAINTAINED ON A REGULAR BASIS AS OUTLINED HEREIN:

    5. ALL SEDIMENTATION AND EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE

    DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE RESIDENT ENGINEER.

    FIELD VERIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR PROIR TO CONSTRUCTION. ANY

    4. ALL DIMENSIONS,ELEVATIONS AND EXISTING CONDITIONS SHALL BE

    CONSTRUCTION.

    THERE BE ANY CONFLICT BETWEEN EXISTING UTILITIES AND