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R111 - CONNECTION BETWEEN EXISTING AND PROPOSED GUARDRAIL

WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO SPLICE PROPOSED GUARDRAIL TO EXISTING GUARDRAIL, ONLY
THE EXISTING GUARDRAIL SHALL BE CUT, DRILLED, OR PUNCHED. THE CONNECTION SHALL
BE MADE USING A “W-BEAM RAIL SPLICE” AS SHOWN IN AASHTO M 180. PAYMENT SHALL BE
INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT PRICE FOR THE RESPECTIVE GUARDRAIL ITEMS.

Designer Note: Use this note when connections are required between existing and proposed guardrail
runs. Locations should be noted on the plans.




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R112 - ITEM 606 - ANCHOR ASSEMBLY, TYPE B-98

THIS ITEM SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND INSTALLING EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING
GUARDRAIL END TERMINALS, OR AN APPROVED EQUAL AS LISTED ON ROADWAY
ENGINEERING’S WEB PAGE AT WWW.DOT.STATE.OH.US/DRRC/ UNDER ROADSIDE SAFETY
DEVICES FOR APPROVED GUARDRAIL END TREATMENTS:

1)       THE SRT-350, GUARDRAIL END TERMINAL AS MANUFACTURED BY TRINITY INDUSTRY,
         1170 N. STATE STREET, GIRARD, OHIO 44420 (TELEPHONE: 330-545-4373).

                                                                 -6"
         THE LENGTH OF THE SRT-350 SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 37' [11.43 m],
                              -6"
         INCLUSIVE OF THREE 12' [3.81 m] LONG RAIL ELEMENTS. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT
         THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
         MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED
         SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                           ODOT
                                                         DWG./REV.
      DWG. #               DRAWING NAME                                  APPROVAL
                                                           DATE
                                                                           DATE

       SS444    SLOTTED RAIL TERMINAL POST LAYOUT       7/12/99 Rev. 1    8/27/99
      SS444M    AND ERECTION DETAILS SRT-350 (12.5, 8      7/12/99
                              POST)

      SS425M    SLOTTED RAIL TERMINAL SRT-350 POST      6/21/97 Rev. 1    3/6/98
                LAYOUT AND ERECTION DETAILS (12.5, 9
                              POST)

2)       THE FLEAT-350 MANUFACTURED BY ROAD SYSTEMS, INC., 2516 MALLORY LANE, STOW,
         OHIO, 44224, (TELEPHONE: 330-346-0721).

                                                           -6"
         THE LENGTH OF THE FLEAT-350 IS CONSIDERED TO BE 37' [11.43 m], INCLUSIVE OF
                  -6"
         THREE 12' [3.81 m] LONG RAIL ELEMENTS. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE
         LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S
         SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                           ODOT
                                                             DWG./REV.
     DWG. #                 DRAWING NAME                                 APPROVAL
                                                               DATE
                                                                           DATE

     FLT-M     FLARED ENERGY ASORBING TERMINAL (FLEAT-         4/16/98     7/31/98
                           350) ASSEMBLY

REFER TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTION REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF, AND THE
GRADING AROUND, THE FOUNDATION TUBES AND GROUND STRUT. THE TOP OF ANY
FOUNDATION TUBE SHOULD BE LESS THAN 4-INCHES [100 mm] ABOVE THE GROUND. THE
PLACEMENT OF THE FOUNDATION TUBES SHOULD BE AN APPROPRIATE DEPTH BELOW THE
LEVEL LINE IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE FINISHED GUARDRAIL HEIGHT OF 27-3/4-INCHES [706
mm] FROM THE EDGE OF THE SHOULDER.


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ON-SITE GRADING IS REQUIRED IF THE TOP OF THE FOUNDATION TUBES OR TOP OF THE
GROUND STRUT DOES PROJECT MORE THAN 4-INCHES [100mm] ABOVE THE GROUND LINE.

THE FACE OF THE TYPE B-98 IMPACT HEAD SHALL BE COVERED WITH TYPE G REFLECTIVE
SHEETING, PER CMS 730.19: APPROXIMATELY 36" W X 12" H [915 mm W x 305 mm H] FOR THE
SRT-350 AND 14" W X 20" [350 mm W X 500 mm] H FOR THE FLEAT.

PAYMENT FOR THE ABOVE WORK SHALL BE MADE AT THE UNIT PRICE BID FOR ITEM 606,
ANCHOR ASSEMBLY, TYPE B-98, EACH, AND SHALL INCLUDE ALL LABOR, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT
AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A COMPLETE AND FUNCTIONAL ANCHOR
ASSEMBLY SYSTEM, INCLUDING REFLECTIVE SHEETING AND ALL RELATED HARDWARE,
GRADING, EMBANKMENT AND EXCAVATION NOT SEPARATELY SPECIFIED, AS REQUIRED BY
THE MANUFACTURER.

Designer Notes:

1. The length of need (LON) point is at post number 3; therefore, after calculating the required LON for
                                 -0"
the guardrail, deduct the last 25' [7.62 m] of the unit (from post # 3 to post # 9) from the length of need
for the guardrail. The designer should show the LON point on all guardrail runs in the plans.




                                  FLEAT 350 Schematic (NTS)
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2. Pre-approved shop drawings are reviewed and kept on file by the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services. Contact the Office of Roadway Engineering Services for the current Dwg/Rev. and ODOT
Approval dates.

3. The SRT-350 and the FLEAT-350 are gating systems.

                                                   -0"
4. The standard offset at post #1 for the B-98 is 4' [1220 mm]. This offset can be reduced to a
             -0"                                     -0"
minimum of 3' [915 mm] at locations where the 4' [1220 mm] offset is impractical.




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R113 - ITEM 606 - ANCHOR ASSEMBLY, TYPE E-98

THIS ITEM SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND INSTALLING EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING
GUARDRAIL END TERMINALS, OR AN APPROVED EQUAL AS LISTED ON ROADWAY
ENGINEERING’S WEB PAGE AT WWW.DOT.STATE.OH.US/DRRC/ UNDER ROADSIDE SAFETY
DEVICES FOR APPROVED GUARDRAIL END TREATMENTS:

1)       THE ET-2000 (1997) MANUFACTURED BY TRINITY INDUSTRY, 1170 N. STATE STREET,
         GIRARD, OHIO 44420 (TELEPHONE: 330-545-4373).

                                                                       -0"
         THE LENGTH OF THE ET-2000 (1997) SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 50' [15.24 m],
                            -0"
         INCLUSIVE OF TWO 25' [7.62 m] LONG RAIL ELEMENTS. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT
         THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
         MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED
         SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                                    ODOT
                                                                  DWG./REV.
       DWG. #                   DRAWING NAME                                      APPROVAL
                                                                    DATE
                                                                                    DATE

       SS265M           ET-2000 (1997) PLAN, ELEVATION &              6/20/97        3/6/98
                                    SECTIONS

        SS142                 ET2000 PLUS 50'-0"                      4/12/00       7/31/00
                          PLAN, ELEVATION & SECTION
                         -0"
                       25' RAIL, SLEEVE W/PL POSTS 1-4

        SS141                    ET2000 PLUS                          2/29/00       7/31/00
                          PLAN, ELEVATION & SECTION
                             -0"
                           25' RAIL, HBA POSTS 1-4

        SS158                             -0"
                            ET2000 PLUS 50' WITH                      5/22/00       7/31/00
                           -6"
                         12' PANELS & HBA POSTS 1-4
                          PLAN, ELEVATION & SECTION

2)       THE SKT-350 MANUFACTURED BY ROAD SYSTEMS, INC., 2516 MALLORY LANE, STOW,
         OHIO, 44224, (TELEPHONE: 330-346-0721).

                                                       -0"
THE LENGTH OF THE SKT-350 SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 50' [15.24 m], INCLUSIVE OF
        -6"
FOUR 12' [3.81 m] LONG RAIL ELEMENTS. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS
SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS
DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                       DWG./REV.            ODOT APPROVAL
     DWG. #              DRAWING NAME
                                                         DATE                   DATE

     SKT-4M     SEQUENTIAL KINKING TERMINAL (SKT-          12/11/97             3/6/98
                 350) ASSEMBLY WITH 4 FOUNDATION
                              TUBES



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THE FACE OF THE TYPE E-98 IMPACT HEAD SHALL BE COVERED WITH A SHEET OF TYPE G
REFLECTIVE SHEETING, PER CMS 730.19, APPROXIMATELY 18" X 18" [450 mm X 450 mm.], OR
12" [30 mm] X 18" [450 mm] IF APPLIED TO A RECTANGULAR ET-2000 “PLUS” EXTRUDER HEAD.

REFER TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTION REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF, AND THE
GRADING AROUND, THE FOUNDATION TUBES AND GROUND STRUT. THE TOP OF ANY
FOUNDATION TUBE SHOULD BE LESS THAN 4-INCHES [100 mm] ABOVE THE GROUND. THE
PLACEMENT OF THE FOUNDATION TUBES SHOULD BE AN APPROPRIATE DEPTH BELOW THE
LEVEL LINE IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE FINISHED GUARDRAIL HEIGHT OF 27-3/4-INCHES [706
mm] FROM THE EDGE OF THE SHOULDER.

ON-SITE GRADING IS REQUIRED IF THE TOP OF THE FOUNDATION TUBES OR TOP OF THE
GROUND STRUT DOES PROJECT MORE THAN 4-INCHES [100 mm] ABOVE THE GROUND LINE.

PAYMENT FOR THE ABOVE WORK SHALL BE MADE AT THE UNIT PRICE BID FOR ITEM 606,
ANCHOR ASSEMBLY, TYPE E-98, EACH, AND SHALL INCLUDE ALL LABOR, TOOLS,
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A COMPLETE AND FUNCTIONAL
ANCHOR ASSEMBLY SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL RELATED TRANSITIONS, REFLECTIVE SHEETING,
HARDWARE, GRADING, EMBANKMENT AND EXCAVATION NOT SEPARATELY SPECIFIED, AS
REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURER.




                                             Schematic (NTS)
Designer Notes:

1. The length of need (LON) point for both systems is at post number 3; therefore, after calculating the
                                                  -6"
required LON for the guardrail, deduct the last 37' [11.43 m] of the unit (from post # 3 to post # 9) from
the length of need for the guardrail. The designer should show the LON point on all guardrail runs in the
plans.

2. Pre-approved shop drawings are reviewed and kept on file by the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services. Contact the Office of Roadway Engineering Services for the current Dwg/Rev. and ODOT
Approval dates.


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3. The ET-2000 and SKT-350 are gating systems.

4. A Type C delineator should be installed on a flexible post at the head of all Type E-98 units located on
the right side of the through roadway in areas that have known snowdrift/piling problems, or per District
policy. A Type D delineator should be installed on a flexible post at the head of all Type E-98 units located
on the left side of the through roadway. Delineators shall be itemized separately and shall comply
with Standard Construction Drawing TC-61.10 and CMS 620.




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R116 - PAVING UNDER GUARDRAIL

THIS OPERATION SHALL INCLUDE PREPARATION OF THE GRADED SHOULDER USING ITEM 209,
LINEAR GRADING, AS PER PLAN AND PAVING UNDER THE GUARDRAIL USING 448 ASPHALT
CONCRETE INTERMEDIATE COURSE, TYPE 1, PG 64-22, UNDER GUARDRAIL, AS PER PLAN.

ITEM 209, LINEAR GRADING, AS PER PLAN SHALL CONSIST OF EXCAVATING TOPSOIL, PLACING
GRANULAR MATERIAL AND APPLYING HERBICIDE AS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS AND IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING:

ALL COLLECTED DEBRIS AND TOPSOIL, INCLUDING RHIZOMES, ROOTS AND OTHER
VEGETATIVE PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE REMOVED AND DISPOSED OF AS SPECIFIED IN 105.17.

THE REMOVED MATERIAL SHALL BE REPLACED WITH COMPACTABLE GRANULAR MATERIAL
CONFORMING TO 703.16 PLACED TO GRADE AS DETAILED ON THE TYPICAL SECTION OR AS
APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER.

HERBICIDE SHALL BE EPA APPROVED FOR PAVING UNDER GUARDRAIL. IT SHALL BE APPLIED
TO THE PREPARED AREA AFTER FINAL LEVELING AND GRADING HAS BEEN COMPLETED. THE
APPLICATION SHALL BE JUST PRIOR TO PAVING AND SHALL STRICTLY ADHERE TO THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.

EACH SUCCESSFUL BIDDER MUST BE LICENSED BY THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AS A COMMERCIAL APPLICATOR AND ALL PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE ACTUAL SPRAYING
SHALL BE LICENSED AS COMMERCIAL OPERATORS IN THE APPROPRIATE SPRAY CATEGORY.

HERBICIDE LABEL, MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET AND COPY OF APPLICATORS LICENSES
SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR VERIFICATION PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK.

ALL EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND LABOR REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE WORK OUTLINED
ABOVE SHALL BE INCLUDED FOR PAYMENT UNDER ITEM 209, LINEAR GRADING, AS PER PLAN.

PAVING UNDER GUARDRAIL SHALL CONSIST OF PLACING ITEM 448 TO THE DEPTH SPECIFIED
USING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING METHODS:

METHOD A:      1) SET GUARDRAIL POSTS
               2) PLACE ITEM 448

METHOD B:      1) PLACE ITEM 448
               2) BORE ASPHALT AT POST LOCATIONS (MAY BE OMITTED IF STEEL
                  POSTS ARE USED)
               3) SET GUARDRAIL POSTS
               4) PATCH AROUND POSTS. THE MATERIALS USED FOR PATCHING SHALL BE AN
                  ASPHALT CONCRETE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER. PATCHED AREAS SHALL
                  BE COMPACTED USING EITHER HAND OR MECHANICAL METHODS. FINISHED
                  SURFACES SHALL BE SMOOTH AND SLOPED TO DRAIN AWAY FROM THE
                  POSTS.



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ALL EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND LABOR REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE WORK OUTLINED
ABOVE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SETTING GUARDRAIL POSTS, SHALL BE INCLUDED FOR
PAYMENT UNDER ITEM 448, ASPHALT CONCRETE, INTERMEDIATE COURSE, TYPE 1, PG 64-22,
UNDER GUARDRAIL, AS PER PLAN.

Designer Note: Quantities for Item 448 should be calculated in Cu. Yds. [Cu. Meters]. The asphalt
concrete thickness should be shown on the typical sections. The depth may vary according to project
requirements, but shall be a maximum of 3 inches [75 millimeters]. The area to be paved shall be from
the edge of the paved shoulder to the break point between the graded shoulder and the foreslope. The
slope shall be the same as the graded shoulder slope. The designer may specify either paving Method A
or B, or leave the option to the contractor.

Guardrail shall be paid for under Item 606.




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R118 - ITEM SPECIAL - MAILBOX SUPPORT

THIS WORK SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND ERECTING MAILBOX SUPPORTS AND ANY
ASSOCIATED MOUNTING HARDWARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH PLAN DETAILS, AND ATTACHING
AN OWNER-SUPPLIED MAILBOX AT LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLAN, OR OTHERWISE
ESTABLISHED BY THE ENGINEER.

WOOD POSTS SHALL BE NOMINAL 4" BY 4" [100 mm BY 100 mm] SQUARE OR 4 ½" [115 mm]
DIAMETER ROUND, AND CONFORM TO 710.14.

STEEL POSTS SHALL BE NOMINAL PIPE SIZE 2" I.D. [60.3 mm] O.D. , AND CONFORM TO AASHTO
M 181.

HARDWARE (PLATES, SCREWS, BOLTS, ETC.) SHALL BE COMMERCIAL-GRADE GALVANIZED
STEEL.

POSTS SHALL BE SET PER THE FIRST PARAGRAPH OF 606.03, AND SHALL IN NO INSTANCE BE
ENCASED IN CONCRETE.

SUPPORT HARDWARE SHALL ACCOMMODATE EITHER A SINGLE OR A DOUBLE MAILBOX
INSTALLATION, AND NO MORE THAN TWO BOXES MAY BE MOUNTED ON A SINGLE POST.

THE MAILBOX SHALL BE SECURELY AND NEATLY ATTACHED BY THE CONTRACTOR TO THE
NEW SUPPORT. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL NECESSARY ATTACHMENT
HARDWARE (NUTS, BOLTS, PLATES, SPACERS, AND WASHERS) AS NECESSARY TO
ACCOMMODATE THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION.

IN THE ABSENCE OF A NEW BOX SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL
SALVAGE THE EXISTING BOX AND PLACE IT ON THE NEW SUPPORT. DUE CARE SHALL BE
EXERCISED IN SUCH AN OPERATION, AND THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR REPAIRING OR REPLACING ANY BOX DAMAGED BY IMPROPER HANDLING ON HIS PART, AS
JUDGED AND DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.

THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING WITH THE LOCAL POST
MASTER REGARDING THE TIMING OF THE MOVEMENT OF ANY MAILBOX TO A NEW LOCATION.

PAYMENT UNDER THIS ITEM SHALL BE LIMITED TO FINAL PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS.
TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 107.10. HOWEVER, THE SAME
MATERIAL AND SIZE LIMITATIONS AS FOR PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS SHALL APPLY.

MAILBOX SUPPORTS, COMPLETE IN PLACE, WILL BE PAID FOR AT THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICE
PER EACH, FOR ITEM SPECIAL MAILBOX SUPPORT SYSTEM, (SINGLE) (DOUBLE).

Designer Note: The above note should be used for the replacement of existing mailbox supports
constructed of materials which may be considered “hazardous” because they exceed the size
stated with the note. See Figure 803-1 in Volume One (Roadway Design) of the Location and Design
Manual for more information.



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R123 - ITEM 606 - IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 1-98 [(UNIDIRECTIONAL OR BIDIRECTIONAL)]

THIS ITEM SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND INSTALLING ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
IMPACT ATTENUATORS, OR AN APPROVED EQUAL AS LISTED ON ROADWAY ENGINEERING’S
WEB PAGE AT WWW.DOT.STATE.OH.US/DRRC/ UNDER ROADSIDE SAFETY DEVICES FOR
APPROVED IMPACT ATTENUATORS:

1)        THE C-A-T MANUFACTURED BY TRINITY INDUSTRY, 1170 N. STATE STREET, GIRARD,
          OHIO 44420 (TELEPHONE: 330-545-4373).

                                                                -3"
          THE LENGTH OF THE C-A-T SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 31' [9525 mm] LONG.
          INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN
          ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE
          FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                                     ODOT APPROVAL
     DWG. #                     DRAWING NAME                      DWG./REV. DATE
                                                                                         DATE

     SS245M       CRASH-CUSHION ATTENUATING TERMINAL PLAN,         4/10/97 Rev. 4        3/6/98
                ELEVATION & SECTIONS FOR USE AS A LONGITUDINAL
                  MEDIAN BARRIER TERMINAL OR CRASH CUSHION
                                 ATTENUATOR

     SS224M      C-A-T TRANSITION TO MEDIAN BARRIER GUARDRAIL         4/26/96            3/6/98
                          PLAN, ELEVATION & SECTIONS

     SS226M     C-A-T TRANSITION TO VERTICAL WALL OR PIER PLAN,       4/26/96            3/6/98
                             ELEVATION & SECTIONS


2)        THE BRAKEMASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENERGY ABSORPTION SYSTEMS, INC., ONE
          EAST WACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO, IL 60601 (TELEPHONE: 312-467-6750).

                                                                         -8"
          THE LENGTH OF THE BRAKEMASTER SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 32' [9957 mm]
          LONG. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN
          ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE
          FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                                          ODOT
     DWG. #                     DRAWING NAME                      DWG./REV. DATE        APPROVAL
                                                                                          DATE

     92-00-01   BRAKEMASTER GENERAL ASSEMBLY (UNIDIRECTIONAL        3/6/97 Rev. K         3/6/98
                                 SYSTEM)

     92-00-81   BRAKEMASTER (UNIDIRECTIONAL) WITH FOUNDATION            2/9/98            3/6/98
                                   TUBES

     92-00-02   BRAKEMASTER GENERAL ASSEMBLY (BIDIRECTIONAL         3/10/97 Rev. K        3/6/98
                                 SYSTEM)

     92-00-82    BRAKEMASTER (BIDIRECTIONAL) WITH FOUNDATION            2/9/98            3/6/98
                                    TUBES

     9202024    ANCHOR ASSEMBLY, FOUNDATION TUBE, 6 ½ FT., BRS      6/12/97 Rev. D        3/6/98



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3)       THE FLEAT-MT MANUFACTURED BY ROAD SYSTEMS, INC. (RSI), 3616 OLD HOWARD
         COUNTY AIRPORT ROAD, BIG SPRINGS, TX, 79720 (TELEPHONE 915-263-2435) AND
         AVAILABLE FROM RSI’S LIST OF APPROVED DISTRIBUTORS.

                                                                   -6"
         THE LENGTH OF THE FLEAT-MT SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED TO BE 37' [11430 mm] LONG.
         INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN
         ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATION AS DETAILED ON THE
         FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS AND THE MANUFACTURERS
         INSTALLATION MANUAL.

                                                                                               ODOT
       DWG. #                       DRAWING NAME                       DWG./REV. DATE        APPROVAL
                                                                                               DATE

     MEDFLT-W-US              FLARED ENERGY ABSORBING
                                 TERMINAL - FLEAT-MT                        4/10/02            1/6/03
                                 ASSEMBLY FOR WOOD                          Rev. 5
                               BREAKAWAY POST SYSTEM

     MEDFLT-S-US              FLARED ENERGY ABSORBING
                                 TERMINAL - FLEAT-MT                        4/10/02            1/6/03
                                 ASSEMBLY FOR STEEL                         Rev. 6
                               BREAKAWAY POST SYSTEM

     MEDFLT-W-M               FLARED ENERGY ABSORBING
                              TERMINAL - FLEAT-MT (Metric)                  4/10/02            1/6/03
                                 ASSEMBLY FOR WOOD                          Rev. 5
                               BREAKAWAY POST SYSTEM

     MEDFLT-S-M               FLARED ENERGY ABSORBING
                              TERMINAL - FLEAT-MT (Metric)                  4/10/02            1/6/03
                                 ASSEMBLY FOR STEEL                         Rev. 6
                               BREAKAWAY POST SYSTEM


THE FACE OF THE TYPE 1-98 IMPACT HEAD SHALL BE COVERED WITH A SHEET OF TYPE G
REFLECTIVE SHEETING, PER CMS 730.19, APPROXIMATELY 36" X 12" [915 mm W X 305 mm H]
(ONE 9" X 18" [225 mm W X 450 mm H FOR EACH FLEAT-MT IMPACT HEAD). PAYMENT FOR THE
ABOVE WORK SHALL BE MADE AT THE UNIT PRICE BID FOR ITEM 606, IMPACT
ATTENUATOR, TYPE 1-98 [(UNIDIRECTIONAL OR BIDIRECTIONAL)], EACH, AND SHALL INCLUDE
ALL LABOR, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A COMPLETE
AND FUNCTIONAL IMPACT ATTENUATOR SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL RELATED TRANSITIONS,
HARDWARE, REFLECTIVE SHEETING AND GRADING, NOT SEPARATELY SPECIFIED, AS
REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

Designer’s Notes:

1. The length of need point for the C-A-T system is at post # 4 while the length of need for the FLEAT-MT
is at post # 3. This point is shown for all three systems and only for informational purposes. To simplify
the determination of plan quantities, all calculations shall be based on values for the Brakemaster.

2. The length of need point (LON) for the Brakemaster is at mid-length; therefore, after calculating the
                                       -4"
required LON for the barrier, deduct 16' [4978.5 mm] (plus the length of any required transition) from
the required barrier LON to determine where to actually end the barrier.



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                     Length of Need (LON) Deductions for Transitions

 In order to simplify the calculation of plan quantities, the following length of need deductions
 for transitions are based on the transition designs for the Brakemaster. The Brakemaster is
 always shorter than the corresponding transitions for the C-A-T, or the FLEAT-MT.

 Transition                                                                 LON Deduction

 W-beam Transition to Median Barrier Guardrail                                      0

 W-beam Transition to Vertical Concrete for Median Application               -7½" [4763 mm]
                                                                           15'

        -3"
3. The 6' [1905 mm] section directly behind the Type 1-98 shall be parallel to the centerline of the unit.
A maximum flare of 3 degrees (20:1) is permissible. A cross slope of no more than 8 % (5 degrees) is
recommended. (These criteria are based upon recommendations for the Brakemaster.)

4. Pre-approved shop drawings are reviewed and kept on file by the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services. Click on the Roadside Safety Devices icon on the Office of Roadway Engineering Services web
page at: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/roadwayengineering/ for the current Dwg/Rev. and ODOT Approval
dates.

5. Bidirectional should be specified for locations where traffic is expected to be in opposing directions on
either side of the barrier. Unidirectional shall be specified when traffic is expected to move in the same
direction on both sides of the barrier.

6. A 10-foot [3-meter] Minimum Lateral Clearance, measured from the face of the rail, must be provided
on each side of unit.

7. All curbs and islands should be removed for optimum impact performance.

8. The C-A-T, Brakemaster and FLEAT-MT are gating systems.




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R124 - ITEM 606 - IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 2-98 [(MODEL #), (UNIDIRECTIONAL OR
BIDIRECTIONAL)]

THIS ITEM SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND INSTALLING ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
IMPACT ATTENUATORS, OR AN APPROVED EQUAL AS LISTED ON ROADWAY ENGINEERING’S
WEB PAGE AT WWW.DOT.STATE.OH.US/DRRC/ UNDER ROADSIDE SAFETY DEVICES FOR
APPROVED IMPACT ATTENUATORS:

1)      A QUADGUARD IMPACT ATTENUATOR MANUFACTURED BY ENERGY ABSORPTION
        SYSTEMS, INC., 35 EAST WACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO, IL 60601 (TELEPHONE: 312-467-6750)
        AND DISTRIBUTED BY BALDWIN AND SOURS, INC. (614-851-8800). INSTALLATION SHALL
        BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
        MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED
        SHOP DRAWINGS:
                                                                  DWG./REV. DATE       ODOT
      DWG. #                     DRAWING NAME                                        APPROVAL
                                                                                       DATE

     QSTSCVR-U             QUADGUARD SYSTEM WITH                   7/10/96 Rev. A     3/6/98
                            TENSION STRUT BACKUP

     QSCBCVR-U     QUADGUARD SYSTEM WITH CONCRETE BACKUP           4/28/97 Rev. E     3/6/98

     QFTSCVR-U    QUADGUARD SYSTEM W/ 69" & 90" TENSION STRUT       9/5/97 Rev. C     3/6/98
                                 BACKUPS

     QFCBCVR-U     QUADGUARD SYSTEM W/ 69" & 90" CONCRETE           9/4/97 Rev. D     3/6/98
                                 BACKUPS

      35-40-20      DEFLECTOR ASSEMBLY, CONCRETE BACKUP           11/14/97 Rev. B     7/31/98
                                RETROFIT, QG

      35-40-03                QUADGUARD SYSTEM                     3/19/99 Rev. F     8/27/99
                            BACKUP ASSEMBLY, TS, QG

      35-40-08                QUADGUARD SYSTEM                     10/14/97 Rev. F    8/27/99
     2 SHEETS                CONCRETE BACKUP, QG                   10/14/97 Rev. F    8/27/99
                  ON GRADE & ON EXISTING CONCRETE STRUCTURE

      35-40-21               TRANSITION ASSEMBLY                   11/6/97 Rev. B     8/27/99
     2 SHEETS                QUAD-BEAM TO W-BEAM                   7/14/97 Rev. A     8/27/99

      35-40-22               TRANSITION ASSEMBLY                   7/15/97 Rev. A     8/27/99
     2 SHEETS              QUAD-BEAM TO THRIE-BEAM                 7/11/97 Rev. A     8/27/99

      35-40-15                QUADGUARD SYSTEM                     9/11/98 Rev. F     8/27/99
                            END SHOE ASSEMBLY, QG

      3540211              QG TRANSITION ASSEMBLY                  8/29/97 Rev. A     8/27/99
     2 SHEETS             QUAD-BEAM TO W-BEAM-WIDE                 8/29/97 Rev. A     8/27/99

      3540221     QG TRANSITION ASSEMBLY QUAD-BEAM TO THRIE-       8/29/97 Rev. A     8/27/99
     2 SHEETS                     BEAM-WIDE                        8/29/97 Rev. A     8/27/99

      3540498     QG SYSTEM NOSE ASSEMBLY, QG, 24, 30, 36, WITH       12/30/98        8/27/99
                                   BELTING

      3540150         QUADGUARD TRANSITION TO VERTICAL                  9/96          8/27/99
                            CONCRETE BARRIER



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2)     THE BARRIER SYSTEMS, INC. TAU-II IMPACT ATTENUATOR DISTRIBUTED BY ROAD
       SYSTEMS, INC., SALES SUPPORT, 2183 ELM TRACE, AUSTINTOWN, OH 44515
       TELEPHONE: (330) 799-9291. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN
       THE PLANS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS
       DETAILED ON THE FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:

                                                                      DWG./REV.          ODOT
     DWG. #                    DRAWING NAME                             DATE           APPROVAL
                                                                                         DATE
 SYSTEM        UNIVERSAL TAU-II CRASH CUSHION SYSTEM                   10/6/04 V5       10/16/04
 CAPACITY      CONFIGURATION CHART

 A040416       UNIVERSAL TAU-II PARTS LIST                               4/22/04        10/16/04

 A040420       UNIVERSAL TAU-II FOUNDATION, FLUSH                        4/28/04        10/16/04
               MOUNT BACKSTOP - PCC PAD

 A040105       UNIVERSAL TAU-II FOUNDATION, PCB                          1/07/04        10/16/04
               BACKSTOP (Referenced on A040420)

 A040108       UNIVERSAL TAU-II FOUNDATION, WIDE                         1/07/04        10/16/04
               FLANGE BACKSTOP

 A040113       FOUNDATION SPECIFICATIONS                              1/09/04 Rev. A    10/16/04
               (Referenced on A040420 and A040108)

 B010537       COMPACT BACKSTOP, TAU-II                                  3/25/02        10/16/04

 B040219       FLUSH MOUNT BACKSTOP ASSEMBLY                             4/19/04        10/16/04

 B040239       APPLICATION, FLUSH MOUNT BACKSTOP                         4/21/04        10/16/04
               (Typical for parallel system, 60 & 70 mph, up to 36"
               wide hazard width, connected to SCD RM-4.6)

 B033004       WIDE TAU-II 60 MPH, 60" BACKSTOP                         12/21/03        10/16/04
               (Typical for 60 mph combination system)

 B033101       WIDE TAU-II 70 MPH, 66" BACKSTOP                          2/13/04        10/16/04
               (Typical for 70 mph combination system)

 B033009       WIDE TAU-II 60 MPH, 90" BACKSTOP                         11/26/03        10/16/04
               (Typical for 60 mph flared system)

 B033105       WIDE TAU-II 70 MPH, 90" BACKSTOP                          2/17/04        10/16/04
               (Typical for 70 mph flared system)

3)     THE TRINITY INDUSTRIES, INC. TRINITY ATTENUATING CRASH CUSHION DISTRIBUTED
       BY TRINITY INDUSTRIES, INC 1170 N. STATE ST., GIRARD, OHIO 44420, TELEPHONE:
       (800) 8321-2755. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS,
       IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE
       FOLLOWING SHOP DRAWINGS:




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       DWG. #                    DRAWING NAME                       DRAWING DATE


       SS455        TRACC Transition to W-beam Median Barrier          11/02/99
                         Plan, Elevation, and Sections

       SS456         TRACC Transition to Vertical Concrete Wall        9/07/00
                           Plan, Elevation & Sections

       SS497        WideTRACC - Double Flare Wing Extensions           11/22/02

       SS699     WideTRACC & TRACC Assembled Modular Base Unit         4/02/03

       SS1000          Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal              3/30/05
                           Plan, Elevation, and Section
                   Assembled Unit, Base and Rip Plate Schematic

       SS1001           Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal             4/22/05
                               Assembled Base Unit

       SS1002           Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal             5/11/05
                            Plan, Elevations, & Sections
                         Shop Assembly Details (2 sheets)

       SS1003           Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal             4/25/05
                            Plan, Elevations and Sections
                     Unidirectional, Direct Attachment (2 sheets)

       SS1004      ShorTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal        5/16/05
                              Assembled Base Unit

       SS1005      ShorTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal        5/24/05
                         Shop Assembly Details (2 sheets)

       SS1006      ShorTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal        5/24/05
                         Unidirectional, Direct Attachment

       SS1007      FasTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal         6/08/05
                             Assembled Base Unit

       SS1008      FasTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal         6/09/05
                        Shop Assembly Details (2 sheets)

       SS1009      FasTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal         6/10/05
                         Unidirectional, Direct Attachment

       SS1010        TRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal          4/04/05
                          22'Concrete Foundation Plan

       SS1013      ShorTRACC Crash Cushion Attenuating Terminal        4/04/05
                          15'Concrete Foundation Plan

       SS1018              58" WideTRAC Double Flare                   8/08/05
                            Plan, Elevation, & Sections
                         Shop Assembly Details (3 sheets)

       SS1019              58" WideTRAC Double Flare                   8/12/05
                             Plan, Elevation, & Sections
                          Unidirectional, Direct Attachment




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WHEN BI-DIRECTIONAL DESIGNS ARE SPECIFIED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPPLY
APPROPRIATE TRANSITIONS.

PAYMENT FOR THE ABOVE WORK SHALL BE MADE AT THE UNIT PRICE BID FOR ITEM 606,
IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 2-98 [(SPEED (IN MPH), HAZARD WIDTH (IN INCHES)),
(UNIDIRECTIONAL OR BIDIRECTIONAL)], EACH, AND SHALL INCLUDE ALL LABOR, TOOLS,
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A COMPLETE AND FUNCTIONAL
IMPACT ATTENUATOR SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL RELATED BACKUPS/BACKSTOPS,

TRANSITIONS, HARDWARE AND GRADING, NOT SEPARATELY SPECIFIED, AS REQUIRED BY THE
MANUFACTURER.

Designer Notes:

1. This note should be used for the protection of Type 5 Barrier Design Guardrail, concrete median barrier
and other fixed objects.

2) The payment item will list the required speed (in mph) for the attenuator and the width (in inches) of the
hazard to be protected. The designer must take care in using this and similar notes, realizing they are
generic notes covering specific products. Not all possible nuances of the products can be detailed.
Because of the wide variety of product configurations, the designer needs to consider the available
footprint of the impact attenuator for the speed and hazard width. On some occasions, for a specific
speed and width, only one company’s product will fit in the space available. In such cases, the designer
should specify only the appropriate product. However, on other occasions either the speed or width of the
product desired is only available from one manufacturer. In those cases, the designer could specify a
slightly higher speed or width so that the contractor has the option of choosing equal products from either
manufacturer.

3. The length of need point is at the nose of the system; therefore, the entire length of the unit can be
deducted from the calculated length of need for the barrier. Both products are non-gating systems.

4. Either system comes with units with either parallel sides or flared sides for the protection of wider
hazards. The designer must specify TL-3 configurations (tested at 62.1 mph [100 kph] or higher) for
installations on the NHS.

5. Pre-approved shop drawings are reviewed and kept on file by the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services. Contact the Office of Roadway Engineering Services for the current Dwg/Rev. and ODOT
Approval dates. The TAU-II application drawings in the previous table are limited to expected typical
configurations. The contractor is expected to obtain the specific drawing from the manufacturer, if the
TAU-II is the chosen product.

                                                                                              )
6. If cross slopes are steeper than 8% (12:1) or if the cross slope varies by more than 2% (1° over the
length of the unit, a leveling pad may be used.

7. The QuadGuard rear fender panels slide 30" [762 mm] rearward upon impact, so ensure the specified
width is adequate.

8. The TAU-II uses several types of backstops and is selected per application. Backstops can either be
attached directly to a barrier wall or a suitable structure (PCB Backstop on PCB or Flush Mounted for
connections a reinforced vertical wall (as shown on SCD RM-4.6)). Or it can be installed in a stand-alone
system (Wide Flange or Compact backstops).

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9. Bidirectional should be specified for locations where traffic is expected to be in opposing directions on
either side of the barrier. Unidirectional shall be specified when traffic is expected to move in the same
direction on both sides of the barrier.

10. A wheel deflector assembly is required for all QuadGuard installations that are replacing GREAT or
sandwich systems that were installed with a concrete backup. They are also required at new installations
where the chamfered corners, as detailed on the pre-approved shop drawing for the QuadGuard System
with Concrete Backup (Dwg. No. QSCBCVR-U), have not been provided on the concrete backup.
These assemblies are not included in the cost of the QuadGuard and should be itemized separately as
Item 606 QuadGuard Wheel Deflector Assembly, Each.

11. A separate backup is not needed for a QuadGuard attached to a concrete median barrier end that is
shaped as detailed on Standard Construction Drawing RM-4.6. The designer should detail the ends of the
barrier per SCD RM-4.6 and include these details in the plans. Specify ITEM 606, IMPACT
ATTENUATOR, TYPE 2-98 [(SPEED, WIDTH), (UNIDIRECTIONAL OR BIDIRECTIONAL)], AS PER
PLAN using the above note minus the reference to backups in the “Payment” paragraph. Add the
following sentence: “The QuadGuard shall be attached directly to the concrete median barrier and detailed
in the plans, without the use of a separate backup.”

12. Each of the Type 2-98 products have a wide variety of related units (families), typically covering
various design speeds (number of bays) and protected widths. The designer should also identify on the
project plans for each unit specified on the plan any "optional" items needed to construct a complete
device. They include:
  - The design speed and hazard width the product for which the product is providing protection.
  - Available foot print area for the product. Each of the products are of different lengths, and at certain
    speeds and widths, a one or more product may not fit the space (i.e. gore nose) to still obtain required
    lateral clearance from the traveled way. If this area is identified on the plans, for each occurrence, it
     then is up to the contractor to select a product that is rated for the location, and still fit into the site.
  - Foundation type (asphalt, concrete, bridge deck)
  - Transition type (concrete barrier or guardrail), and
  - Backup support. A standard concrete backup is detailed on SCD RM-4.6. Otherwise,
                                                                         s
    specify an independent stand-alone anchorage like the product' own concrete backup, or
    its tension strut backup.

                   QuadGuard Lengths and Model #s for Units Approved for Use in Ohio on the NHS
    Max.                                          System Width (ft. [m])
   Design                                                                                                  # of
   Speed                       Parallel Side Panels                              Flared Side Panels        bays
    (mph)
   [(kph)]        24 [610]           30 [762]            36 [915]           69 [1753]         90 [2286]


     60           QS2406Y           QS3006Y             QS3606Y             QS6906Y           QS9006Y       6
    [100]          -1"
                 22' [6.74]        22' [6.74]
                                     -1"                 -1"
                                                       22' [6.74]            -1"
                                                                           22' [6.74]          -1"
                                                                                             22' [6.74]

     70          QS2408Y             QS3008Y            QS3608Y             QS6908Y           QS9008Y       8
    [110]          -1"[8.57]
                 28'                28'
                                      -1"[8.57]          -1"[8.57]
                                                       28'                   -1"[8.57]
                                                                           28'                 -1"[8.57]
                                                                                             28'
                                                                                           -5"
* Values shown are for a unit installed with a tension strut backup. The system length is 1' [0.44 m]
longer for units installed with a concrete backup. 65 mph models with 7 bays, and 75 mph models with
10, 11 or 12 bays are available.



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                           Universal TAU-II configurations approved for use in Ohio on the NHS

 Speed       Width        Configuration           Bays       Approx.       Drawing       Recommended Foundation &
                                                             Length                      Backstop

 60 mph      up tp 30"    Parallel                8            -5"
                                                             27'           B040239       PCC Pad,
 [100                                                                                    Flush Mount
 km/h]       36"          Combination (Parallel                                          A040420
                          & Flared)
             42"                                                           B033001       PCC Pad,
                                                                                         Wide Flange
             48"                                                           B033002       A040108

             54"                                                           B033003

             60"                                                           B033004

             66"                                  7            -7"
                                                             24'           B033005

             72"          Flared                                           B033006

             78"                                                           B033007

             84"                                                           B033008

             90"                                                           B033009

             96"                                                           B033010

 70 mph      up to 30"    Parallel                10           -1"
                                                             33'           B040239       PCC Pad,
 [110                                                                                    Flush Mount
 km/h]       36"          Combination                                                    A040420
                          (Parallel & Flared)
             42 "                                                          B033097       PCC Pad,
                                                                                         Wide Flange
             48"                                                           B033098       A040108

             54"                                                           B033099

             60"                                                           B033100

             66"                                  9            -4"
                                                             30'           B033101

             72"                                  8            -5"
                                                             27'           B033102

             78"          Flared                                           B033103

             84"                                                           B033104

             90"                                                           B033105

             96"                                                           B033106

             102"                                                          B033107

Other TAU II models are available. See System Capacity Drawing for various configurations.




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TRACC Configuration Options
                                 NCHRP REPORT 350                 WIDTH                    LENGTH
                                    TEST LEVEL

 TRACC                                      3                     24", 30"                     21'

 SHORTRACC                                  2                     24", 30"                     14'

 FASTRACC                                 3+ (1)                  24", 30"                      -
                                                                                             25' 8"

 WIDETRACC - L                          3, 3+ (1)                  41" (2)                   21'(2)
 LEFT FLARE (4)

 WIDETRACC - R                          3, 3+ (1)                  41" (2)                   21'(2)
 RIGHT FLARE (4)

 WIDETRACC - BOTH                       3, 3+ (1)                  58" (2)                   21'(3)
 (DOUBLE FLARE)

Notes:
1) Test Level 3+ refers to the fact that some units have been tested or are accepted for test conditions
that exceed normal Test Level 3. Additional testing included a 2000 kg. vehicle impacting at zero degrees
at 70 mph.
2) The width of the WideTRACC-L and -R can be increased by adding approved wing extension on one
side. The extensions will add 28 inches of length and 3-7/16 inches of width for each section.
3) The width of the WideTRACC-B can be increased by adding approved wing extension on both sides.
The extensions will add 28 inches of length and 6-7/8 inches of width for each section.
4) Flared units are flared on one side only. For example, looking from the front of the unit, a
WideTRACC-L will have parallel sides for the first couple of bays, but after that the left side will be flared
to accommodate a wider hazard. The right side of a WideTRACC-L will have a straight side.




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R125 - ITEM 606 - IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 3-98

THIS ITEM SHALL CONSIST OF FURNISHING AND INSTALLING EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING
IMPACT ATTENUATORS:

1)      QUADGUARD LMC (11 BAY UNIT) MANUFACTURED BY ENERGY ABSORPTION SYSTEMS,
        INC., 35 EAST WACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO, IL 60601 (TELEPHONE: 312-467-6750).

                                               -4"
        THE LENGTH OF THE QUADGUARD LMC IS 33' [10.16 m]. IT IS 36" [915 mm] WIDE AT
        THE TENSION STRUT BACKUP AND 48" [1220 mm] WIDE OVERALL. IT IS 32" [820 mm]
        TALL. INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN
        ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE
        FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:

                                                               DWG./REV.          ODOT APPROVAL DATE
     DWG. #                 DRAWING NAME                         DATE

 QLTSCVR-U        QUADGUARD LMC SYSTEM WITH                  12/12/97 Rev A                 3/6/98
                     TENSION STRUT BACKUP

2)      REACT 350.9 MANUFACTURED BY ENERGY ABSORPTION SYSTEMS, INC., 35 EAST
        WACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO, IL 60601 (TELEPHONE: 312-467-6750).

                                           -6"
        THE LENGTH OF THE REACT 350.9 IS 27' [8.38 m]. IT IS 36" [0.91 m] WIDE AND 48" [1.22
        m] TALL.

        INSTALLATION SHALL BE AT THE LOCATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS, IN
        ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS AS DETAILED ON THE
        FOLLOWING PRE-APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS:

                                                               DWG./REV.          ODOT APPROVAL DATE
     DWG. #                 DRAWING NAME                         DATE

 RSS-RCT-                     REACT 350                         12/15/97                    3/6/98
 97003-01                    SHEET 1 OF 4

PAYMENT FOR THE ABOVE WORK SHALL BE MADE AT THE UNIT PRICE BID FOR ITEM 606,
IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 3-98, EACH, AND SHALL INCLUDE ALL LABOR, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT
AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT A COMPLETE AND FUNCTIONAL IMPACT
ATTENUATOR SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL RELATED BACKUPS, TRANSITIONS, HARDWARE AND
GRADING, NOT SEPARATELY SPECIFIED, AS REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

Designer Notes:

1. The length of need point is at the nose of the system; therefore, the entire length of the unit can be
deducted from the calculated length of need for the barrier.




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2. Pre-approved shop drawings are reviewed and kept on file by the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services. Contact the Office of Roadway Engineering Services for the current Dwg/Rev. and ODOT
Approval dates.

3. The QuadGuard LMC and REACT 350.9 are non-gating systems.

4. Before using this Impact Attenuator, the designer should contact the Office of Roadway Engineering
Services for guidance.

5. Since there is considerable difference in the height of the QuadGuard LMC and the REACT 350.9,
horizontal sight distance should be carefully examined at locations where these devices are being
considered.




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R126 - ITEM 606 - IMPACT ATTENUATOR, TYPE 2-98 LS

—- NOTE DELETED—

This note specified the use of Type 2-98 impact Attenuators in low speed situations. Due to the evolution
of the vendor’s product lines and an earlier change of Plan Note R124 from a “Model Number”
specification to that of “Design Speed and Hazard Width”, this note is obsolete. Use Plan Note R124.




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