Presentation on theme: "Miscellaneous MOT issues"— Presentation transcript:
1Miscellaneous MOT issues Presented by:Stefanie D. Maxwell, P.E.FDOT Central Office ConstructionAugust 25, 2006
2Critical Requirements MOT Process ReviewsReview Districts every other yearConcurrence with Guidelists and Critical RequirementsCritical Requirements
3MOT Process Reviews (cont’d) Test pavement markingsRetroreflectivitycolor
4Pavement Marking - Paint Retroreflectivity Requirements Effective January 2006300 white250 yellowContractor to submit at any time but FDOT has 3 days from receipt to verify, if necessaryTraining is coming
5MOT Process Reviews (cont’d) Test work zone sign sheetingRetroreflectivitycolor
6Qualified Products List Pavement Markings – Paint, Thermo, RPMs, etc.Traffic Control Devices – Barricades, Drums, Warning Lights, CMS, etc.
8High Visibility Safety Apparel FDOT DS Index 600 – July 2006
9Portable Work zone sign supports FDOT Design Standards Index 600QPL Website: Portable sign stand
10Documentation required for LS items or LS jobs NONENo station to stationNo daily worksheetsNo certification of quantitiesSubmit request for payment on invoiceSee Prep & Doc Manual, ChapterRetroreflectivity certification is required
11Put copy of Retroreflectivity form here Put copy of Retroreflectivity form hereThis is what the retroreflectivity form looks like.You can find this on the Construction Office website at this address.
12Questions? Contact Stefanie D. Maxwell, P.E. (850)Stefanie’s HwyNext ExitIn summary, reflectivity applies to ALL painted pavement markings, regardless of the surface, work zone and final surface. CLICKSection 102 and section 710 is where you find reflectivity requirements. CLICKSince most everyone is using a 30 meter geometry instrument, the retroreflectivity requirements are 250 for white and 175 for yellow. CLICK