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SPIRAL CURVES MADE SIMPLE

August 2009
Revised 2013

Jim Crume P.L.S., M.S., CfedS


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HISTORY
Spiral curves were originally designed for the Railroads to smooth the transition from a
tangent line into simple curves. They helped to minimize the wear and tear on the tracks. Spiral
curves were implemented at a later date on highways to provide a smooth transition from the
tangent line into simple curves. The highway engineers later determined that most drivers will
naturally make that spiral transition with the vehicle; therefore, spiral curves are only used on
highways in special cases today.

Because they were used in the past and in special cases today, we need to know how to
calculate them.

From the surveyors perspective, the design of spiral curves has already been determined by
the engineer and will be documented on existing R/W and As-built plans. All we have to do is
use the information shown on these plans to fit the spiral curve within our surveyed alignment.

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REFERENCES
There are many books available on spiral curves that can help you know and understand how
the design process works. It can get complicated when you dive into the theory and design of
spiral curves.
My reference material includes the following books:
Railroad Curves and Earthwork; by C. Frank Allen, S.B.
Route Surveying and Design; by Carl F. Meyer & David W. Gibson
Surveying Theory and Practice; by Davis, Foote & Kelly

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ADOT Roadway Guides for use in Office and Field 1986


This guide has all of the formulas and tables that you will need to work with spiral curves. The
formulas, for the most part, are the same formulas used by the Railroad.
The Railroads use the 10 Chord spiral method for layout and have tables setup to divide the
spiral into 10 equal chords. Highway spirals can be laid out with the 10 Chord method but are
generally staked out by centerline stationing depending on the needs in the field.
For R/W calculations we only need to be concerned with the full spiral length.
The tables that will be used the most are D-55.10 (Full Transition Spiral) and D-57.05 through
D-57.95 (Transitional Spiral Tables).
On rare occasions you may also need D-55.30 (Spiral Transition Compound Curves).

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COURSE OBJECTIVE
This course is intended to introduce you to Spiral Curve calculations along centerline
alignments.
It is assumed that you already now how to calculate simple curves and generate coordinates
from one point to another using a bearing and distance.
Offsets to Spiral Curves and intersections of lines with Spiral Curves will not be discussed in
this lesson. These types of calculations will be addressed in a future lesson.
You can check your calculations using the online Spiral Calculator at:
http://www.cc4w.net/spiral/index.aspx

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EXAMPLE SPIRAL
Included are two example spiral curves from ADOT projects. The one that we will be
calculating contains Equal Spirals for the Entrance and Exit on both sides of the main curve.
The second example contains Unequal Spirals for the Entrance and Exit and a Transitional
Spiral between two main curves with different radii. We will look at the process used to
calculate this example but we will not be doing any calculations.
The example spiral that we will be calculating is from the ADOT project along S.R. 64 as
shown on sheet RS-17 of the Results of Survey.
We will walk through each step to calculate this spiral.
Note: My career started 30 plus years ago, before GPS and computers. I did all my
calculations by hand and I teach my staff to do the calculations by hand so that they will have
a thorough understanding of the mathematical process. I am a big advocate of technology
and use it exclusively. I also have a passion for the art of surveying mathematics, therefore I
feel that everyone should know how to do it manually. I feel that my staff has a better
appreciation for technology by having done the calculations manually, at least once, before
they rely on a computer to do it for them.

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No. 1
Gather your known information for
the spiral curve.

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Look for the spiral curve and


main curve information

The key information needed is the Degree of Curvature and the Spiral length.
D=20000 and Ls=200.00
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No. 2
Your tangent lines should be defined either by survey or record information. Sketch your tangent
lines and Point of Intersection. Add the bearings for the tangent lines and calculate the
deflection at the P.I. As shown below, the deflection is 362916.
131411 + 231505 = 362916

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No. 3
The following
are spiral
formulas that
have been
derived from
several
reference
materials for
spiral
calculations that
will be utilized
for this lesson.

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No. 3 continued
Next we will calculate the tangent distance (Ts) from the T.S. to the P.I.
Use the following formulas to calculate Ts.
Delta(t) = 36-29-16(dms) ~ 36.48777777(ddd)
D = 2-00-00(dms) ~ 2.0000(ddd)
Ls = 200.00
R = 5729.578 / D = 5729.578 / 2.0000 = 2864.789
a = (D * 100) / Ls = (2.0000 * 100) / 200.00 = 1.00 (Checks with record data)
o = 0.0727 * a * ((Ls / 100)^3)
o = 0.0727 * 1 * ((200.00 / 100)^3) = 0.5816
t = (50 * Ls / 100) (0.000127 * a^2 * (Ls / 100)^5)
t = (50 * 200.00/100) (0.000127 * 1^2 * (200.00 / 100)^5 = 99.9959
Ts = (Tan(Delta(t) / 2) * (R +o)) + t
Ts = (Tan(36.48777777 / 2) * (2864.789 + 0.5816)) + 99.9959 = 1044.515
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No. 3 continued
Calculate the Northing and Easting for the Tangent to Spiral (T.S.) & Spiral to Tangent (S.T.)
Use coordinate geometry to calculate the Latitude and Departure for each course and add them to
the Northing and Easting of the Point of Intersection (P.I.) to get the Northing and Easting for the T.S.
and S.T.

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No. 4
Calculate the spiral chord distance (Chord) and deflection angle (Def).
Chord = (100 * Ls / 100) (0.00034 * a^2 * (Ls / 100)^5)
Chord = (100 * 200.00 / 100) (0.00034 * 1^2 * (200.00 / 100)^5) = 199.989

Def = (a * Ls^2) / 60000 = (1 * 200.00^2) / 60000 = 0.666666(ddd) ~ 0-40-00(dms)


Calculate the chord bearing and Northing & Easting for the Spiral to Curve (S.C.) & Curve to Spiral
(C.S.)
Note: Substitute Ls for any length (L) along the spiral to calculate the sub-chord and Def angle to
any point along the spiral from the T.S.

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No. 5
Calculate the spiral delta and tangent distance to the Spiral Point of Intersection (SPI).
Delta(s) = 0.005 * D * Ls = 0.005 * 2.0000 * 200.00 = 2.0000(ddd) ~ 2-00-00(dms)
u = Chord * Sin(Delta(s) * 2 / 3) / Sin(Delta(s))
u = 199.989 * Sin(2.0000 * 2 / 3) / Sin(2.0000) = 133.341
Calculate Northing and Easting of SPI.

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No. 6
Calculate the radial line and radius point for the main curve.
Calculate the back deflection from the S.C. to the SPI is as follows:
Delta(s) Def = Back Def
2.0000 0.666666 = 1.333334(ddd) ~ 1-20-00(dms)
Using the Back Def and chord bearing calculate the tangent bearing at the S.C. then perpendicular from
the tangent line calculate the radial line. Do this for the C.S. as well. Calculate the Radius point from the
S.C. and C.S. You should come up with the same coordinates. If not, then something is wrong. Recheck all of
your calculations.

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No. 7
Using the radial bearings calculate the Main Curve Delta of 32-29-16(dms) ~ 32.487777(dms)
Now add the Spiral Delta as follows:
Delta(t) = Delta(s) + Delta(m) + Delta(s)
Delta(t) = 2-00-00 + 32-29-16 + 2-00-00 = 36-29-16 this should equal the deflection in Step
2.
Calculate the arc length for Main Curve
Lm = (Delta(m) * R * pi) / 180
Lm = (32.487777 * 2864.789 * 3.141592654) / 180 = 1624.389

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No. 8 Almost done


The final step is to calculate the stationing.
Starting with the T.S. calculate each stationing along the curve.
T.S. 2180+84.70 + 200.00 (Ls) = S.C. 2182+84.70
S.C. 2182+84.70 + 1624.39 (Lm) = C.S. 2199+09.09
C.S. 2199+09.09 + 200.00 (Ls) = S.T. 2201+09.09

P.I. Stationing = T.S. Stationing + Ts


T.S. 2180+84.70 + 1044.51 (Ts) = P.I. 2191+29.21

Be aware that you may have some slight differences in the coordinates, distances and stationing due
to rounding errors.

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Unequal Spiral information and Transitional Spirals


The following example is an ADOT project along U.S. 60 west of Globe AZ.
The 10 miles section of highway is almost completely composed of spiral curves. There is one area
that contained an entrance spiral, then a curve, then a transitional spiral, then a curve, then a
transitional spiral, then a curve and finally an exit spiral.
The next slide shows the record information for this segment.

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MicroStation tools
and manual
calculations were
used to solve for
curves 13, 14 &
15.

Table D-55.30 was


used for the
formulas needed
to calculate the
transitional spirals
connecting the
three main curves.

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Sheet RS-8 is how


this multi-curve
segment was shown
on the Results of
Survey

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Calculating spiral curves does not have to be complicated. Once you understand the elements needed
and methodically step through the process, you will obtain consistent results and might even have fun
while doing it.

I hope that this presentation will debunk some of the myths that spiral curves are complicated and
difficult to work with and will not make your hair turn gray.

You can contact me at jcrume@cc4w.net if you have any questions.

The Appendix contains full size PDF sheets that you can printout for your reference material.

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APPENDIX

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T s
s T ?m = Main Curve Delta
Lm ?t = Total Curve Delta
Ls = Length of Spiral
Lm = Length of Main Curve
Lt = Length of Total Curve
Delta(t) = Delta(s) + Delta(m) + Delta(s) a = Rate of Change per 100
Delta(s) = 0.005 * D * Ls "o" = Radial Offset
Lm = (Delta(m) * R * pi) / 180 "t" = Projected curve P.C.
Lt = Ls + Lm + Ls R = Radius of Main Curve
R = 5729.578 / D ?t D = Degree of Curve
a = (D * 100) / Ls PI
Def = Deflection from
"o" = 0.0727 * a * ((Ls / 100)^3) Begin Spiral
"t" = (50 * Ls / 100) - (0.000127 * a^2 * (Ls / 100)^5) Ts = Tangent Length
Ts = (TAN(Delta(t) / 2) * (R + "o")) + "t" (In Degrees) of Total Curve
Chord = (100 * Ls / 100) - (0.00034 * a^2 * (Ls / 100)^5) PI = Point of Intersection
Def = (a * L^2 )/ 60000 of Total Curve
X = Chord * Cos(Def) TS = Tangent to Spiral
Y = Chord * Sin(Def) SC = Spiral to Curve
"u" = Chord * Sin(Delta(s) * 2 / 3) / Sin(Delta(s))
SPIRAL DIAGRAM
CS = Curve to Spiral
ST = Spiral to Tangent

spiral.dgn
3617
RESULTS OF SURVEY
1/4 Cor. 3620
Fd. 3" GLO Cap 1/4 Cor. 3619 Sec. Cor. 1/4 Cor.
Fd. 3" GLO Cap

7
on 2 1/2" IP, 1.2 up, Sec. Cor. Not searched for Not searched for

11
on 2 1/2" IP, .3 up, 3673
1916 Fd. 3" GLO Cap

35
4038

11
35
1/4 Cor.

SHEET RS-16
1916

2
on 2 1/2" IP, .3 up,

2
1/4 Cor.

COCONINO CO.
Fd. 3" GLO Cap
1916 3
on 2 1/2" IP, 2.0 up, Fd. 3" GLO Cap

10
34
on 2 1/2" IP, 1.5 up,

3
34
In Mound of Stones EXIST R/W \

10
In Mound of Stones,

SHEET RS-18
HOWARD LAKE 1916
CURVE DATA 1916

2640.32
4385
PI 2191+29.21
4518

2639.27

2641.05
C1/4 Cor. TOTAL CURVE

6
Not searched for
Calculated ?=362916" LT
By Intersection T=1044.51
N001145"E L=2024.39
34

T.25N. R.2E. 34
27

34

2644.85

10

15
10

10
N001
145"E 2636.55 N001
037"E 2640.76 N001
037"E 2641
.68

3
3
N001
047"E 5276.30

3
MAIN CURVE

HOWARD ?=322916" LT
S89 5843"E 2634.88

T.24N. R.2E.
5
3674 D=020000"

S89 5220"E 2640.60


3618
1
MESA 1/4 Cor.
4519
C1/4 Cor.
1/4 Cor.
Fd. 3" GLO Cap,
L=1624.39 C1/4 Cor.

S89 5206"E 2641.36


Fd. 3" GLO Cap, SFNF
EXIST R/W \
RANCH SFNF
R=2864.79 4388

S89 4932"E 2642.59


EQUA.
on 2 1/2" IP, 2.3 up, Position Not
on 2 1/2" IP, Calculated
CURVE DATA .1 up, 1916
1916 Calculated
SPIRAL
PHASE 3 By Intersection SPIRAL
2

PI 2072+08.96 4375

P.O.T. 2135+ 00.26 AHD


BASIS OF STATIONING
HOWARD MESA a=1.00 a=1.00

P.O.T. 2133+ 53.73 BK


?=120029" LT UNIT 8 Exist R/W Stationing from
?=020000" ?=020000"
4037
1/4 Cor.
3839
Sec. Cor.
D=002958"
T=1206.41
BOOK 16 RANCH PHASE 3 P.O.T. 2135+00.26 AHD to
P.T. 2240+54.74 BK is based L=200.00 L=200.00 Fd. 3" GLO Cap, Fd. 3" GLO Cap
on 2 1/2" IP, .5 up, on 2 1/2" IP, .1up,

P.O.T. 2138+ 41.08


See Detail "2"
L=2403.99
PAGE 20 UNIT 3 on P.O.T. 2135+00.26 AHD as
shown on R/W Strip Map 3-T-291.
SPI= 4391 SPI= 4392
1916 1916

R=11470.46 4374
3632
3656 BOOK 15 PAGE 89
100

P.O.T. 2207+ 08.99


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1916
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SPI 4534
HOWARD MESA Sec. Cor.

P.O.T. 2192+ 12.24


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CURVE DATA
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N001213"E PI 2225+01.23 4184
4464 287.29 CURVE DATA
4461 4482 ?=102249" RT
4182 1/4 Cor.
435 PI 2148+10.40 D=001959"
10

3633 Not
4383 ?=101022" RT DETAIL "3"
3

T=1562.06 searched
4376 P.O.T. 2084+14.20 D=010001" for
L=3115.57
P.O.T. 2162+29.09
4

S895001"E
T=509.86 R=17197.05 4396
66.58

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L=1017.04

9
4

9
4377
P.O.T. 2165+24.04
R=5728.24 4381
3636 4384

3682
4462 4463 4475 1/4 Cor.
3635 C1/4 Cor.
Fd. 5/8"

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DETAIL "1" SFNF
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MATCH LI
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DETAIL "2" Added Tag 3683
calculated
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Scale

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CHANGE ORDER REVISIONS ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


DRAWING NO. D-03-T-694 INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION DIVISION

LEGEND C.O. NO. DATE BY DESCRIPTION OF REVISIONS RIGHT OF WAY PLANS SECTION
SURVEY Aug 2008
DATA TABLE HIGHWAY NAME: PRELIMINARY
DRAWN/DATE Jordan/Nov 08 WILLIAMS-GRAND CANYON-CAMERON NOT FOR
5 Calculated CONSTRUCTION
302 Set Monument 301 FEDERAL AID NO.:
6 position ADOT REVIEW Ken Richmond OR RECORDING
UNASSIGNED --Created--
300 Found Monument Existing ADOT R/W
HUBBARD 480-892-3313 7/31/2009
PROJECT NO.:
Gilbert, AZ
monument ENGINEERING 9:50:11 AM
jcrume@heaz.us Job # 08121 064 CN 185 H7142 01R
SFNF Seacherd For Not Found ROUTE NO.: LOCATION:

S.R. 64 Jct. I-40 - Tusayan SHEET RS-17

.- -.
36 2916"
P.I.

Controlling spiral curve data


D = 2-00-00
Ls = 200.00
.
.

S.T
T.S

Ts N = 1628472.20977166
1
044 4
51
. 0 44. E = 622856.942620664
51

36 2916"
4 1
Ts

N = 1630448.65338332
E = 622683.766192496 P.I.

N = 1629431.88935962
Controlling spiral curve data E = 622444.605199428
D = 2-00-00
Ls = 200.00
Spiral Chord
Spiral Chord

199.989
199.989

.
.

S.T
T.S

N = 1630253.45761247 N = 1628656.86232649
E = 622640.243104831 E = 622780.137138348

Ts N = 1628472.20977166
1
044 4
51
. E = 622856.942620664
.51 044

36 2916"
4 1
Ts

N = 1630448.65338332
E = 622683.766192496 P.I.

N = 1629431.88935962
Controlling spiral curve data E = 622444.605199428
D = 2-00-00
Ls = 200.00
Spiral Spiral

Spiral Chord
Spiral Chord

199.989
199.989

.
.

S.T
T.S

N = 1630253.45761 N = 1628656.86232
E = 622640.24310 E = 622780.13713

N = 1630448.65338
E = 622683.76619 Ts N = 1628472.20977
1
044 4
51
. E = 622856.94262
.51 044

36 2916"
133.341 4 1
Ts
133.341
SPI
N = 1630318.8546 SPI
P.I.
E = 622653.2352 N = 1628594.7212
E = 622804.3042

N = 1629431.88935
Controlling spiral curve data E = 622444.60519
D = 2-00-00
Ls = 200.00
T.S.
S.C.

Def
Detail
N.T.S. Back Def

Spiral Radius Point Spiral


N = 1629695.2331
E = 625450.1188

Spiral Chord
Spiral Chord

199.989
199.989

.
.

S.T
T.S

.
N = 1630253.45761 N = 1628656.86232
.

C.S
S.C

E = 622640.24310 E = 622780.13713

N = 1630448.65338
E = 622683.76619 Ts N = 1628472.20977
1
044 4
51
. E = 622856.94262
.51 044

36 2916"
133.341 4 1
Ts
133.341
SPI
N = 1630318.8546 SPI
P.I.
E = 622653.2352 N = 1628594.7212
E = 622804.3042

Controlling spiral curve data


D = 2-00-00 N = 1629431.88935
Ls = 200.00 E = 622444.60519
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12
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1338

52

811
26

10 4
1332

AHD
a=1 2/3
0"

4.23
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25 ?=104800"
24
1

TS= 42
1"
35

1.
35 1429

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8. 1
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0" 2+

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0
14

45
D.O.C. Arc: 6-00-00
S

2
Radius: 954.93
T

=
1337

S
Transitional Spiral Delta Angle: 16-04-01 (LT)

T
(Table D-55.30) 1935 Tangent length: 134.78
031
7 a=1 2/3 Arc length: 267.78
59.1
"
0

Ls=60.00 L.T.B. (out): N 18-20-15 E


.0

1336
?=31800"

14
75
3+

+ 88.34

SC 148+ 48.34
14

1330 1428
SC

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a=1 2/3
CS 147

Ls=360.00

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?=104800"

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13

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T

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S
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K

Transitional Spiral
(Table D-55.30)
1331 a=1 2/3
Ls=60.00
1427 ?=31800"

L.T.B. (in): S 86-56-44 E

TS=32 D.O.C. Arc: 5-00-00


5.1
4AHD Radius: 1145.92
1249 1333
1334 T Delta Angle: 55-21-00 (LT)
S=642.91

Tangent length: 600.98
Arc length: 1107.00
1934 L.T.B. (out): N 37-42-16 E
L.T.B. (in): S 58-50-44 E
1250
D.O.C. Arc: 6-00-00
Radius: 954.93
Delta Angle: 24-48-01 (LT)
Tangent length: 209.96
Arc length: 413.34
L.T.B. (out): S 83-38-45 E
RESULTS OF SURVEY

TONTO

14E.
R. ** END UN
.1S. EQUAL
SPI H
MATC
LI
T RAL C
URVE
N07 3216"E 4
NE
S 4.24
S.
T .1 SHEE
6 66+4 3. T RS
1
2 -9
EXIST R/W \ 7

CURVE DATA SPIRAL VARI


ES 1340
PI ------ VARI
TION9 a=1.67 ES

SE C ?=160401" LT
Y ?=104800"
COUNT

AHD**
ILA D=60000" L=360.00
G
M ATCH

*
T=134.78 SPI 1429

216"E
S
L=267.78

5.23
E
V
R=954.93 1338

N07 3
LI

U
C.S.
7

Ts= 42
*

2 1
NE

62+
134

BAC
NIC

L
.T. 83
B. .1

A
2
EXIST R/W \ 5 N1

IR
82
SCE
SET

P
16" 1339

0"
CURVE DATA E

S
SPIRAL T

0
S

L
R
NATIONAL A .C

A
PI ------

40
a=1.67 N L . 1499
66*

U
IT .T 160

Q
IO .
?=244801" LT B +

28
E
?=31800" N . 15.

N
A N 1501
L 3 3

U
D=60000" L=60.00 S 4 4
4 C P 2
66*

IN
.S IR 41 1
00
T=209.96 SPI 1428 L. . A 5"

G
8 1904 1 T 15 L
E

E
EXIST R/W \ .B 9+ *

B
L=413.34 *
. 5 * 1
00 1251
SPIRAL CURVE DATA N 5 6

6" **
R=954.93 1332 3 3 .3
7

0
4

K
42

.0
SPI=1905
a=1.67

E
12 B
1422 PI ------ 1
*

15
K

SPIRAL 1498
SHEET

5
134

BAC

1
NIC

"E

44
?=104800"

0
?=552100" LT

14
S PI=1 9 2 1

N 5.
a=1.67 1524
SCE
SET

L=360.00

4
.

6
D=50000"

2
.S

3
?=31800"

s=
T
S
4
SPI 1426
T=600.98

T
RS-7

1901 8 L=60.00
1903 1337
0 1527
2
L=1107.00 5
4 SPI 1427 1525
4
" R=1145.92 1335
E

E
4"

IRAL ***
2

0
1. 1500

4
.0
6
7

45"E
1336

75

50
1916
3

3+
S =1
PI 922
.3

45"E
1526

S5
1423

14
33

7+ 88.3

S83 38

13
TRANSITIONAL SP

S
C.
6+

B.

4
C
S
S.C. 148+ 48.34

*
L.T.B. S86 56

E
1330 1935

E
S.

*
T.
13

*
N

1
T

IC K
B
L.

.9
S.

C.S. 14

A
1900 SPI=1918

2
L.T.B.
C.

SPI=1902

64
66

s=
*
S
1

T
4
8
0

66
2

*
1913 4
3

4
.3

8 EXIST R/W \ " 1917


E
3
9
+

CURVE DATA T S =1
PI 99
1
9

s=
13

13
S
PI 133+46.70 1248 5

4
.

C
1331

S
4
.T

E
E
.9

*
N
E
S

T
3 1531

I
6"

C
TOTAL CURVE SPIRAL SPI=1915
60

A
1
B 1528 .

C
K .S

K
12
?=620830" RT a=1.67
*
* U \
2 4 W

6
1914
R/

3
T=758.58 ?=104800" 1333 t

N
s
i
1334 Ex FOREST
L=1395.69 L=360.00 3 0"
10
Ts=32 2
SPI 1425 1249 5.1
4A HD* 58
MAIN CURVE *
S852 644 S8
"E 52644"E
37
?=403230" 24 1934 Ts=642
00 .91
**
"
D=60000"
1530 1250
L=675.69 1529

R=954.93 1421
S =1
PI 920

** RECORD DIST: ANNOTATION


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