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APPROVED:

DIVISION ADMINISTRATOR
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE CHIEF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300

Baltimore, MD 21286
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810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
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PROJECT ENG. DHM
INDEX OF SHEETS
ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM PLAN FILE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE VOLUME I
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DATE
PROJECT ENG. DHM
INDEX OF SHEETS
ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM PLAN FILE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE VOLUME I
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
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GENERAL UTILITIES (CONT.) EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

1. THIS PROJECT SHALL ADHERE TO THE CONTRACT PLANS, SPECIAL PROVISIONS, 3. THE FOLLOWING UTILITY COMPANIES SHALL ALSO BE SPECIFICALLY NOTIFIED SIX WEEKS PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF
DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION: 1. WORK WITHIN WATERS OF THE US (ROCK CREEK AND PINEY BRANCH) IS PROHIBITED
HIGHWAYS AND STRUCTURES, SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS (2013 EDITION), AND DURING FEBRUARY 15TH TO JUNE 15TH EACH YEAR TO PROTECT SENSITIVE LIFE STAGES
STANDARD DRAWINGS (2015 EDITION)). THE PROJECT SHALL ADHERE TO DC WATER, RAYMOND KOLLOCK, 202-787-2731 raymond.kollock@dcwater.com OF ANADROMOUS FISH, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY WAIVED BY THE DISTRICT ENGINEER IN
FHWA-EFL FP-14 STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARD DRAWINGS WHERE NOTED PEPCO, ROBERT C. BROWN, 202-388-2602, rcbrown@pepco.com
CONSULTATION WITH NATIONAL MARINE AND FISH WILDLIFE SERVICES.
IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. WASHINGTON GAS, JOHN BARMORE, 202-624-9052
NPS-STREETLIGHTS, DON KIRK, 202-895-6017, donald_kirk@nps.gov
IN CASE OF DISCREPANCY AMONG CONTRACT DOCUMENTS REFER TO 2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ALL SEDIMENT CONTROL PROTECTION
DDOT-STREETLIGHTS, FRED AKINBOLAJO, 202-671-4594, fred.akinbolaja@dc.gov
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS, SECTION 103.1, ARTICLE 2, ORDER OF PRECEDENCE. DDOT-STREETLIGHTS, ANTHONY LAWSON, 202-671-1360, anthony.lawson@dc.gov MEASURES AS SHOWN IN PLANS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION.

2. THIS PROJECT WILL TEMPORARILY IMPACT ROCK CREEK PARK TRAIL, BEACH DRIVE NW, 4. NO MECHANIZED EQUIPMENT SHALL BE USED FOR EXCAVATION IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO UTILITIES. CONTRACTOR SHALL HAND 3. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL SEDIMENT CONTROL PROTECTION
ROCK CREEK & POTOMAC PARKWAY NW, PINEY BRANCH PARKWAY NW, PORTER STREET NW, DIG ONLY. FOR NEW INLETS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE INLETS ARE CONSTRUCTED.
ARKANSAS AVE NW, AND P STREET NW. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH DDOT,
NPS, NATIONAL ZOO/SMITHSONIAN, AND ADJACENT PROPERTY OWNERS/TENANTS TO MAINTAIN 5. CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM PIPE SEWER TV INSPECTION BEFORE AND AFTER CONSTRUCTION FOR THE LIMITS APPROVED 4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL SEDIMENT CONTROL PROTECTION FOR
ACCESS THROUGHOUT CONSTRUCTION. BY THE ENGINEER.
EXISTING NEARBY INLETS OUTSIDE THE LIMIT OF WORK THAT ARE IMPACTED
BY THE CONSTRUCTION AND AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.
3. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WORK AND ACCESS WITH ADJACENT CONSTRUCTION
6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL NECESSARY MEASURES TO PREVENT INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE OR DAMAGE TO EXISTING
PROJECTS.
UTILITIES WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO THE PROJECT. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITY TO DETERMINE, BY VISUAL 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE SEDIMENT CONTROL PROTECTION UPON COMPLETION
MEANS, IF APPLICABLE, EXACT LOCATIONS OF ALL UTILITIES IN THE FIELD THAT IMPACT THE WORK, INCLUDING BUT NOT
4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH WMATA REGARDING ANY IMPACT OF OF EACH PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.
LIMITED TO THE USE OF TEST PITS OR OTHER SIMILAR VISUAL CONFORMATION TECHNIQUES.
THIS CONSTRUCTION UPON METRO BUS STOPS OR ROUTES WITHIN THE PROJECT
AREA AND VICINITY. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS ACTIVITIES WITH 6. STOCKPILES OF MATERIAL SHALL BE CONSTRAINED IN A MANNER TO PREVENT ITS
FOR ANY UNDERGROUND UTILITY OR VAULT ENCOUNTERED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE CHIEF ENGINEER
THE WMATA OFFICE OF JOINT DEVELOPMENT AND ADJACENT CONSTRUCTION MOVEMENT BY THE WIND OR WATER . METHODS OF STABILIZATION SHALL BE DISCUSSED
AND TAKE NECESSARY MEASURES TO PROTECT THE UTILITY OR VAULT AND MAINTAIN ITS SERVICE UNTIL RELOCATION BY
PHONE: 301-618-1014.
OWNER IS ACCOMPLISHED. NO ADDITIONAL PAYMENT WILL BE MADE FOR THE ENCOUNTERING OF THESE OBSTRUCTIONS. WITH AND APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER AND NPS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR
TO EXECUTION.
5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH DOEE’S FLOODPLAIN MANAGER,
IN CASE OF DAMAGE TO UTILITIES BY THE CONTRACTOR, EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW GROUND, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL
PHANNAVONG PHETMANO, (202) 439-5715, phetmano.phannavong@dc.gov.
RESTORE SUCH UTILITIES TO A CONDITION EQUIVALENT TO THAT WHICH EXISTED PRIOR TO THE DAMAGE BY REPAIRING, 7. THE CONTRACTOR MUST CONTACT THE DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND
REBUILDING, OR OTHERWISE RESTORING AS MAY BE DIRECTED, AT THE CONTRACTOR’S SOLE EXPENSE. DAMAGED UTILITIES ENVIRONMENT (DOEE) PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION TO BE ASSIGNED A SOIL
6. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SECURING AND ADHERING TO ALL CONDITIONS OF THE SHALL BE REPAIRED BY THE CONTRACTOR OR, WHEN DIRECTED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER, THE UTILITY OWNER WILL MAKE
SPECIAL USE PERMITS FROM THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PRIOR TO THE START OF AND EROSION CONTROL INSPECTOR.
NEEDED REPAIRS AT THE CONTRACTOR’S EXPENSE.
CONSTRUCTION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL CONDITIONS SET FORTH BY THE
SPECIAL USE PERMITS. NO COMPENSATION, OTHER THAN AUTHORIZED TIME EXTENSIONS, WILL BE ALLOWED THE CONTRACTOR FOR PROTECTIVE
TREE PROTECTION
MEASURES, WORK INTERRUPTIONS, CHANGES IN CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE, CHANGES IN METHODS OF HANDLING EXCAVATION AND
7. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING PUBLIC SPACE PERMITS FOR WORK IN DDOT DRAINAGE, OR CHANGES IN TYPES OF EQUIPMENT USED, MADE NECESSARY BY EXISTING UTILITIES, IMPRECISE UTILITY OR
RIGHT-OF-WAY AND OUTSIDE OF THE PROJECT AREA FROM THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA VAULT INFORMATION, OR BY OTHERS PERFORMING WORK WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO THE PROJECT. THIS PROJECT MAY HAVE EXTENSIVE IMPACTS TO EXISTING TREES ALONG ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE TRAIL.
DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS (DCRA) LOCATED AT:
TREE PROTECTION MEASURES SHALL COMPLY WITH DDOT STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS SECTIONS 107, 207, AND
1100 4TH STREET SW GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION
611, AND AS DIRECTED BY NPS.
WASHINGTON, DC 20024
PHONE: (202) 442-4400
1. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION AND REPORT, DATED JUNE 2013, PREPARED BY: THE FOLLOWING DDOT WARD ARBORISTS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS POINTS OF CONTACT:
WEB: dcra.dc.gov
THOMAS L. BROWN ASSOCIATES, PC
1400 EYE STREET, NW, SUITE 440
8. ALL SIDEWALK RAMPS, SIDEWALKS, TRAIL HEADS, AND DRIVEWAYS SHALL BE COMPLIANT WARD 1 JANET MILLER 202-557-4646
WASHINGTON, DC 20005
WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) AND ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS WARD 2 SIMOUN BANUA 202-557-4590
PHONE: (202) 387-0022 FAX: (202) 682-1367
ACCESSIBILITY STANDARD (ABAAS). WARD 3 VERA (MUNEVVER) ERTEM 202-507-3422
WWW.TLBINC.NET
WARD 4 ROBERT CORLETTA 202-527-4011
SURVEY / RIGHT OF WAY
2. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION AND REPORT, DATED MAY 17, 2017, PREPARED BY:
GEOCONCEPTS ENGINEERING, INC.
19955 HIGHLAND VISTA DRIVE, SUITE 170 LANDSCAPING
1. HORIZONTAL DATUM: MARYLAND STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM
NAD 83/91 ASHBURN, VA 20147
ALL DISTURBED AREAS, INCLUDING PAVEMENT REMVOALS, SHALL BE PERMANENTLY STABILIZED WITH TOPSOIL AND
VERTICAL DATUM: NVGD 29 PHONE: (703) 726-8030 FAX: (703) 726-8032
APPROPRIATE PLANTINGS (TREES, SHRUBS, PERENNIALS, GROUNDCOVER, TURF GRASS, ETC) THAT IS REFLECTIVE OF THE
SURVEY UNIT: SURVEY FEET WWW.GEOCONCEPTS-ENG.COM
SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE CONDITIONS.
2. DATE OF SURVEY: 2008
DESIGN VEHICLE INFORMATION PROVIDED BY NPS FOR PAVEMENT DESIGN:
DATE OF SUPPLEMENTAL SURVEYS: DECEMBER 2012 THRU MAY 2013, MARCH 2016
TRAFFIC CONTROL/ DETOURS
VEHICLE GVWR FREQEUNCY
DATE OF BOUNDARY SURVEY: AUGUST 2016
SURVEY CREW CAB 16,000 LB NOT KNOWN 1. DURING ALL PHASES OF CONSTRUCTION AND THE DURATION OF THE CONTRACT
PERFORMED BY: MERCADO CONSULTANTS INC. CLAM TRUCK 33,000 LB NOT KNOWN TRAFFIC SHALL BE MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS AND
17830 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. SUITE 200 CHIP TRUCK 35,000 LB NOT KNOWN SPECIAL PROVISIONS, AS WELL AS, NPS AND DDOT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES.
ASHTON, MD 20861 BUCKET TRUCK 33,000 LB NOT KNOWN EXCEPT WHERE CLOSURES AND DETOURS ARE SHOWN ON THE PLANS, PEDESTRIAN AND
PHONE: 301-260-0090 CHIPPER 10,000 - 12,000 LB NOT KNOWN BICYCLE ACCESS SHALL BE MAINTAINED THROUGH/ADJACENT TO THE WORK ZONE AND
FAX: 301-260-0018 GATOR-1 1,900 LB NOT KNOWN
TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES AT ALL TIMES. IF EXISTING ACCESS IS ADA-COMPLIANT, THEN
GATOR-2 3,000 LB ONCE PER WEEK
CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN ADA COMPLIANT ACCESS.
3. ALL DIMENSIONS, STATIONS, AND ELEVATIONS ARE IN SURVEY FEET UNLESS OTHERWISE BOBCAT 8,300 LB 1 - 2 PER MONTH
SHOWN. BOBCAT TOOLCAT 4,200 LB 3 - 4 PER YEAR
2. IF THE CONTRACTOR DOES NOT PLAN TO USE THE TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS IN THE CONTRACT
BACKHOE 20,000 LB 3 - 4 PER YEAR
DOCUMENTS, ALTERNATE TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER
THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING EXISTING TOPOGRAPHIC FEATURES 1-TON SMALL DUMP 13,200 LB 3 - 4 PER YEAR
FOR APPROVAL, AT LEAST 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE START OF THAT PHASE OF WORK.
AND ELEVATIONS, ABOVE AND BELOW GROUND, PRIOR TO BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION DUMP TRUCK 35,000 LB ONCE PER YEAR
IN THE FIELD.
3. STORAGE OF ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL PARK
THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BRING TO THE NOTICE OF THE ENGINEER ANY DISCREPANCY SERVICE AND THE ENGINEER.
LOAD RESTRICTIONS
BETWEEN THE PLANS AND ACTUAL FIELD CONDITIONS.
REFER TO SECTION 105.08 OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR LOAD RESTRICTIONS. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT IN THE MANNER
REFER TO THE EXISTING CONDITIONS PLANS FOR LIMITS OF SURVEY. THAT ALLOWS EMERGENCY ACCESS TO ALL AREAS OF THE JOB THAT ARE OCCUPIED BY HIS
SPECIAL LOAD RESTRICTIONS WILL APPLY TO THE PROJECT AS DETERMINED BY THE ENGINEER. REFER TO THE SPECIAL EMPLOYEES WITHOUT DELAYS TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLES.
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4. PHOTOGRAMMETRIC DATA (I.E. CONTOURS, BUILDING FOOTPRINTS, 100-YR FLOOD,


PROVISIONS
EDGE OF ROAD, ETC.) IS SHOWN BEYOND THE LIMIT OF SURVEY FOR INFORMATIONAL
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. 5. WORK WILL BE PERMITTED BETWEEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 7:00AM AND 7:00PM.
PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION. THE DATA WAS
DOWNLOADED FROM THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGY NIGHT AND WEEKEND WORK WILL BE PERMITTED WITH THE APPROVAL OF DDOT AND NPS.
AT THE COMPLETION OF THE PRE-CONSTRUCTION CCTV INSPECTION AND SURVEY OF SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE, AREAS WITH
OFFICER (OCTO) AND/OR PROVIDED BY OTHERS.
SPECIAL LOAD RESTRICTIONS WILL BE RE-EVALUATED AND MODIFIED BY THE ENGINEER.
6. ROADWAY LANE CLOSURES WILL BE PERMITTED BETWEEN 10:00 AM TO 2:30 PM AND 9:00 PM TO 5:00 AM.
5. A BOUNDARY SURVEY WAS PERFORMED IN SPECIFIC LOCATIONS AS NOTED ON THE PLANS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT NPS (BRIAN FRAILEY, 202-619-6379, brian_frailey@nps.gov) TO COORDINATE
ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
ALL OTHER RIGHT-OF-WAY LINES, PROPERTY LINES, OWNERS, AND ADDRESSES SHOWN ON
WORK ZONE ENFORCEMENT WITH THE UNITED STATES PARK POLICE.
THE PLAN ARE PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. IF ANY DISPUTE ARISES AS
PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION, A PHASE 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION WAS PERFORMED WITHIN THE LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE
TO THE LOCATION OF RIGHT OF WAY LINES, PROPERTY LINES, OWNERSHIP, ETC., ADDITIONAL
PROVIDED IN THESE PLANS. IF DURING CONSTRUCTION, IT IS NECESSARY FOR THE LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE TO INCREASE 7. CONTRACTOR SHALL ADHERE TO THE DISTRICT NOISE ORDINANCE. REFER TO DDOT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
CONSULTATION WITH A DISTRICT-LICENSED SURVEYOR AND/OR THE DISTRICT OFFICE OF THE
BEYOND WHAT IS SHOWN IN THESE PLANS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PRIOR TO FOR MORE INFORMATION.
SURVEYOR IS ADVISED.
INITIATING ANY EXCAVATION ACTIVITIES BEYOND THE LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE PROVIDED HEREIN.
8. EXISTING FOOTBRIDGES ALONG THE PROJECT AREA ARE RATED FOR 3,500 LB. OPERATION OF CONSTRUCTION
UTILITIES THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT PICK UP AND/OR REMOVE ARTIFACTS, DISTURB AREAS IDENTIFIED AS ARCHAEOLIGICAL SITES, OR
EQUIPMENT ON EXISTING FOOTBRIDGES IS PROHIBITED.
DIG OUTSIDE OF THE LOD ON EITHER DDOT OR NPS PROPERTY. THESE ACTIONS COULD CONSTITUTE A FEDERAL OFFENSE
1. DATE OF UTILITY DESIGNATION: DECEMBER 2012, MARCH 2016, AND BE IN VIOLATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES PROTECTION ACT (ARPA) AND/OR OTHER LAWS.
AND FEBRUARY THRU MAY 2017
UTILITY DESIGNATION
ADJACENT CONSTRUCTION
PERFORMED BY: EDWARDS UTILITY MAPPING CORP
11 MARSH RUN ROAD
AS OF JULY 2017, FHWA-EFLHD AND NPS CONSTRUCTING PROJECT NO. PRA-ROCR 10(5), REHABILITATION OF BEACH
FREDERICKSBURG, VA 22406
DRIVE FROM SHOREHAM DRIVE TO BOUNDARY AT THE MARYLAND STATE LINE. SOME IMPROVEMENTS FOR THIS
(540) 737-5141
PROJECT ARE INDICATED ON THE PLANS, HOWEVER, THE CONTRACTOR IS ADVISED TO VERIFY AS-BUILT
(540) 737-5145 Fax
WWW.EUMCORP.COM CONDITIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WORK ZONES, STAGING/STOCKPILING AREAS, AND SCHEDULES
WITH FHWA-EFLHD AND NPS DURING CONSTRUCTION.
Q/L B UTILITY DESIGNATION WAS PERFORMED FOR THE BEACH DRIVE TUNNEL/BRIDGE,
MATERIALS
PORTER STREET NW, AND ARKANSAS AVE NW. Q/L A UTILITY LOCATE (TEST HOLE) WAS
PERFORMED TO THE SOUTH OF THE BEACH DRIVE TUNNEL ENTRANCE TO LOCATE THE 42" 1. ALL MATERIALS SHALL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE.
COMBINED SEWER NEAR THE PROPOSED PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE ABUTMENT, ON P STREET NW
NEAR THE RAMP TO ROCK CREEK AND POTOMAC PARKWAY NW, AND VARIOUS LOCATIONS
2. SAMPLES OF ALL QUARRIED STONE PRODUCTS SHALL BE PROVIDED TO THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR APPROVAL.
ALONG ROCK CREEK PARK TRAIL WHERE PROPOSED STORM DRAINS ARE CROSSING EXISTING
UTILITIES.
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3. DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE FOR CURB RAMPS SHALL BE TERRA COTTA OR GRAY. BRIGHTLY COLORED
ALL OTHER UTILITIES SHOWN IN THE PLANS (COMBINED SEWER, PRODUCTS I.E. YELLOW OR RED SHALL NOT BE USED.
SANITARY SEWER, AND WATER) ARE BASED ON RECORDS RESEARCH
ONLY AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED QUALITY LEVEL D. ACTUAL
UTILITY LOCATIONS SHALL BE CONFIRMED PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION
EXCAVATION.
D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE:
SCALE:1"
N=/ A20’ GN-01
2. FOR WORK ON NPS/FEDERAL LAND, THE CONTRACTOR MUST HIRE A
PRIVATE UTILITY LOCATOR DURING CONSTRUCTION TO LOCATE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
UTILITIES. MISS UTILITY DOES NOT SERVICE FEDERAL LANDS. PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION
FOR WORK IN DDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY
DHM
DATE
MISS UTILITY DISTRICT ONE CALL (811 OR 202-265-7177) 48 HOURS PROJECT ENG.
BUT NOT MORE THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION WORK.
ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM GENERAL
PLANNOTES FILE
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 005 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
NO. SHEETS

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SD EXISTING STORM DRAIN MANHOLE LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE ABUT. ABUTMENT MAT’L. MATERIAL
AC / A.C. ASPHALTIC CONCRETE MED. MEDIAN

CS EXISTING COMBINED SEWER MANHOLE NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY ALT. ALTERNATE MIN. MINIMUM
ANG. / ANGLE MAX. MAXIMUM
100-YEAR FLOOD PLAIN (FEMA) APPROX. APPROXIMATE MH. / M.H. MANHOLE T TANGENT
SS EXISTING SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE
@ AT M.P.H. /MPH MILES PER HOUR T.C. / TOC TOP OF CURB
LIMIT OF SURVEY AGG. AGGREGATE MUTCD MANUAL ON UNIFORM TCP TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN
E EXISTING ELECTRIC MANHOLE
AVE. AVENUE TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES TEMP. TEMPORARY
C
L PROPOSED CENTER LINE THRU THROUGH
T EXISTING TELEPHONE MANHOLE ASPH ASPHALT
NA NOT APPLICABLE T.P. TURNING POINT
? EXISTING MANHOLE UNKNOWN 104+00 PROPOSED BASE LINE & STATIONING B
L BASELINE N.B.L. NORTH BOUND LANES T.S. TANGENT TO SPIRAL
B. C. BOTTOM OF CURB N.E./NE NORTHEAST TS TRAFFIC SIGNAL
W EXISTING WATER MANHOLE LIMIT OF CUT
BOSW BACK OF SIDEWALK N.F. NEAR FACE TYP./TYP TYPICAL
C.O.
BOT. BOTTOM N.I.C. NOT IN CONTRACT T.W. TOP OF WALL
EXISTING SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUT LIMIT OF FILL
BRG. / BRGS. BEARING / BEARINGS NO. / # NUMBER

RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE N.T.S. NOT TO SCALE, NO SCALE


WM
EXISTING WATER METER U.D. UNDERDRAIN
C.B. / CB CATCH BASIN
N.W./NW NORTHWEST
C/C CENTER TO CENTER UG/U/G UNDERGROUND
EXISTING WATER VALVE OR CUT-OFF BUILDING RESTRICTION LINE
CI CAST IRON UGE UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL LINE

C.J. / CONST. JT. CONSTRUCTION JOINT UGT UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINE


EXISTING WATER TEE TOP OF BANK O/H OVERHEAD
CLR. CLEARANCE, CLEAR COVER U.N.O. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE
O.C. ON CENTER
G EXISTING GAS VALVE OR CUT-OFF TOE OF BANK CL CLASS O.D. OVERDRAIN
C CENTERLINE V2W VERTICAL 2-WAY ELECTRICAL DUCT BANK
L
LOT LINE COL. COLUMN P PLATE V8W VERTICAL 8-WAY ELECTRICAL DUCT BANK
L
PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER, STORM DRAIN,
SS SD W
COMP. COMPRESSION P/C POINT OF CROWN VAR. VARIES
WATER MANHOLE
PROPOSED FENCE (Indicate Type) CONC. CONCRETE P.C.C. POINT OF COMPOUND CURVATURE VERT. VERTICAL

CO CONSTR./ CONST. CONSTRUCTION PC POINT OF CURVE VZN VERIZON


PROPOSED CLEANOUT
EXISTING FENCE (Indicate Type) V/ C VERTICAL CLEARANCE
CONT. CONTINUOUS PCC PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE
EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT C0NTR. CONTROL, CONTRACTION PCCP PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PIPE
WOODEN FENCE (indicate type)
C.S. CURVE TO SPIRAL PFE PROPOSED FLOW ELEVATION WRPD WRAPPED STEEL
F PROPOSED FIRE HYDRANT PFL PROPOSED FLOWLINE W/ WITH
45.67 EXISTING SPOT ELEVATION (AND/OR FEATURE)
D DEGREE OF CURVATURE PGE PROFILE GRADE ELEVATION W/O WITHOUT
PROPOSED WATER VALVE, GATE VALVE W.W.F./WWF WELDED WIRE FABRIC
WV GV 45.67 PROPOSED SPOT ELEVATION (AND/OR FEATURE) DIA. / DIAMETER PGL PROFILE GRADE LINE
DIAPH. DIAPHRAGM PLA PLASTIC
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER, COMBINED SEWER,
3 BENCH MARK WITH NUMBER DIM. DIMENSION PI POINT OF INTERSECTION
SS CS SD W STORM DRAIN, WATER LINE LESS THAN 24"
POC POINT ON CURVE
TRIANGULATION OR COORDINATION STATION E.F. EACH FACE POT POINT ON TANGENT
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER, COMBINED SEWER,
SS CS SD W STORM DRAIN, WATER LINE 24" OR GREATER EA. EACH P/R POINT OF RETURN
5 LOCATION OF SOIL BORING WITH NUMBER
SIZE & TYPE # EFE EXISTING FLOW ELEVATION PRC POINT OF REVERSE CURVATURE
EXISTING UNDERGROUND GAS, TELEPHONE, ELECTRIC LINE EFL EXISTING FLOWLINE PR. PROPOSED
T E
#5 LOCATION OF TEST PIT WITH NUMBER
EGE EXISTING GROUND ELEVATION PT POINT OF TANGENCY
EXISTING UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE (RECORD) EGL EXISTING GROUND LINE PTCE PROPOSED TOP OF CURB ELEVATION
TRIANGULATION OR CONTROL POINT
E.J. / EXP. JT. EXPANSION JOINT PTCL PROPOSED TOP OF CURB LINE
EXISTING UNDERGROUND WATER (RECORD)
EL. / ELEV. ELEVATION PVC POLYVINYL CHLORIDE
2
REVISION WITH NUMBER
ELECT. ELECTRICAL PVC POINT OF VERTICAL CURVATURE
EXISTING UNDERGROUND GAS (RECORD)
BREAK IN GRADE ENT. ENTRANCE PVT POINT OF VERTICAL TANGENCY
E/P EDGE OF PAVEMENT PVI POINT OF VERTICAL INTERSECTION
EXISTING UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC (RECORD)
STATION EQUATION EQ. EQUAL
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER, COMBINED SEWER, STORM DRAIN, ETCE EXISTING TOP OF CURB ELEVATION RCP REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE
SS CS SD W WATER LINE TO BE ABANDONED -M EXISTING PARKING METER ETCL EXISTING TOP OF CURB LINE RCPR REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE
EX. / EXIST. EXISTING WITH RUBBER GASKET
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING UNDERGROUND GAS, TELEPHONE, ELECTRIC LINE F EXISTING FIRE ALARM BOX RAD./R RADIUS
EXP. EXPANSION
G T E TO BE ABANDONED
EXT. EXTERIOR REQD. / REQ’D. REQUIRED
P EXISTING POLICE CALL BOX
REF. REFERENCE
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER, COMBINED SEWER, STORM DRAIN,
F.F. FAR FACE REINF. REINFORCEMENT
SS CS SD W WATER LINE TO BE REMOVED T EXISTING TRASH/WASTE CAN
F.H. FIRE HYDRANT RT/ RT. RIGHT
FT. FEET RDWY. ROADWAY
U.D. GUY
EXISTING UNDERDRAIN R.O.W. / R/W RIGHT-OF-WAY
EXISTING GUY WIRE ANCHOR FIN. FINISHED
FIX. FIXED
SIZE & TYPE EXISTING SIGN & POST FL. FLOW / FLOWLINE SAN. SANITARY
PROPOSED STORM DRAIN LINE WITH DIRECTION OF FLOW,
LESS THAN 24" S.B.L. SOUTH BOUND LANES
PROPOSED SIGN & POST GALV. GALVANIZED S.C. SPIRAL TO CURVE
SIZE & TYPE
PROPOSED STORM DRAIN LINE WITH DIRECTION OF FLOW, M.B. GA. GAUGE S.D. STORM DRAIN
24" OR GREATER MAIL BOX
G.V. GAS VALVE SECT. SECTION
S.E. SOUTHEAST
U.D. EXISTING WHEELCHAIR/BICYCLE RAMP
PROPOSED UNDERDRAIN W/ FLOW DIRECTION H2W HORIZONTAL 2-WAY ELECTRICAL DUCT BANK SEW. SEWER
H8W HORIZONTAL 8-WAY ELECTRICAL DUCT BANK SHT./ SHTS. SHEET/ SHEETS
H/C HANDICAPPED SIM. SIMILAR
EXISTING HEDGEROW PROPOSED WHEELCHAIR/BICYCLE RAMP
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H.S. HIGH STRENGTH SL STREET LIGHT

EXISTING BUSH OR SHRUB HT. HEIGHT SPA. SPACES, SPACING


SD EXISTING SINGLE CATCH BASIN HORIZ/HOR HORIZONTAL SQ. SQUARE/ SQUARES
EXISTING DECIDUOUS TREE, EVERGREEN TREE SHLDR SHOULDER
DIA. DIA.
SD SD EXISTING DOUBLE CATCH BASIN IN. INCH S.T. SPIRAL TO TANGENT
EXISTING TREE STUMP INT. INTERIOR ST. STREET
SD SD SD EXISTING TRIPLE CATCH BASIN INV. INVERT STA. STATION
DIA. EXISTING TREE TO BE REMOVED INTERM. INTERMEDIATE STD. STANDARD
T EXISTING SINGLE CATCH BASIN
SD STD 4W STANDARD 4-WAY ELECTRICAL DUCT BANK
DIA
WITH DOUBLE THROAT ELONGATION
EXISTING TREE WITH TREE PROTECTION L3 LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS STM. STORM
T

LC LENGTH OF CURVE, LENGTH STRUCT. STRUCTURAL


EXISTING SINGLE CATCH BASIN
SD
WITH TRIPLE THROAT ELONGATION LGN LOOKING GLASS NETWORKS S
L SURVEY LINE
LOD LIMIT OF DISTRUBANCE S.W./SW SOUTHWEST
PROPOSED TREE
EXISTING SINGLE CATCH BASIN LP LIGHT POLE S/W SIDEWALK
WITH GRATE LP LOW PRESSURE SYMM. SYMMETRICAL
LT. / LT/L LEFT
HEIGHT
EXISTING DOUBLE CATCH BASIN
EXISTING WALL OR COPING LONG. LONGITUDINAL
WITH GRATE
HEIGHT LVC LENGTH OF VERTICAL CURVE
PROPOSED WALL OR COPING
PROPOSED SINGLE CATCH BASIN

E.V. EXISTING ELECTRIC VAULT


DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE: N / A GN-02
PROPOSED DOUBLE CATCH BASIN

L
EXISTING LIGHT POLE
PROPOSED TRIPLE CATCH BASIN D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
PROPOSED LIGHT POLE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION
PROPOSED SINGLE CATCH BASIN
WITH GRATE PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION
EXISTING SIGNAL POLE
TS
PROPOSED DOUBLE CATCH BASIN
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 AT 11:27 AM

TC EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL CABINET PROJECT ENG. DHM


WITH GRATE

PROPOSED SIGNAL POLE PROPOSED SINGLE THROAT WATER QUALITY


ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM

BASIN TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW

EXISTING BOLLARD OR POST PROPOSED DUAL THROAT WATER QUALITY DRAWN BY CSH/DHM
BASIN PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
PROPOSED BOLLARD OR POST
PROPOSED DUAL THROAT WATER QUALITY
BASIN W/ GRATE DIVISION CHIEF
PROPOSED TRAFFIC FLOW

EXISTING TRAFFIC FLOW


DATE
STANDARD SYMBOLS
FILE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE AND ABBREVIATIONS
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286
REVISIONS SHEET 006 OF 284
PLOD
TWGE
CF
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
NO. SHEETS

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D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE:


SCALE:1"NTS
= 20’ SQ-01
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DHM
DATE
PROJECT ENG.

ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM SUMMARY PLAN


OF QUANTITIES FILE
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 007 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
NO. SHEETS

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3 D.C. 008 284
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D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE:


SCALE:1"NTS
= 20’ SQ-02
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DHM
DATE
PROJECT ENG.

ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM SUMMARY PLAN


OF QUANTITIES FILE
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 008 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
NO. SHEETS

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3 D.C. 009 284
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 AT 11:27 AM

D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE:


SCALE:1"NTS
= 20’ SQ-03
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DHM
DATE
PROJECT ENG.

ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM SUMMARY PLAN


OF QUANTITIES FILE
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 009 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 1000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 100 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 2000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 3000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 4000 BL NO. SHEETS

EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION


3 D.C. 010 284
CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 431 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 203 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 994 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 1,909 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 244 CY
FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 38 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 8 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 125 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 421 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 128 CY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 8 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 1 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 109 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 86 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 5 CY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 103 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 40 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 127 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 321 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 168 CY
TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 6 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 15 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 76 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 42 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 1 CY
TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 69 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 28 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 69 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 201 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 108 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 9 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 342 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 688 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 81 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 4 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 65 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 42 CY

EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT


CUT 431 CY CUT 203 CY CUT 994 CY CUT 1,909 CY CUT 244 CY
LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 8 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 1 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 109 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 86 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 5 CY
LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 9 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 342 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 688 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 81 CY
LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 83 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 41 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 109 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 227 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 32 CY
EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 331 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 161 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 434 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 908 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 126 CY

FILL 38 CY FILL 8 CY FILL 125 CY FILL 421 CY FILL 128 CY


PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 103 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 40 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 127 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 321 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 168 CY
LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 69 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 28 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 69 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 201 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 108 CY
PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 4 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 65 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 42 CY
LESS CUT AVAILABLE 331 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 161 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 434 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 908 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 126 CY
BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 104 CY

PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES
COMMON EXCAVATION 431 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 203 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 994 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 1,909 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 244 CY
BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 104 CY
EMBANKMENT FILL 72 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 20 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 183 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 541 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 188 CY
SELECT BORROW 83 CY SELECT BORROW 41 CY SELECT BORROW 109 CY SELECT BORROW 227 CY SELECT BORROW 32 CY
FURNISH TOPSOIL 75 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 43 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 145 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 243 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 109 CY

TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 200 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 400 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 6000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 500 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 8000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - TOTAL
EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION
CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 34 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 1,208 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 473 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 9 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 866 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 9,027 CY
FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 436 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 61 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 260 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 9 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 482 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 2,330 CY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 5 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 84 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 18 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 75 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 708 CY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 61 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 124 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 136 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 185 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1,947 CY
TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 2 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 65 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 11 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 0 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 48 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 423 CY
TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 36 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 89 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 73 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 0 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 148 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 1,148 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 471 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 230 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 9 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 357 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 2,187 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 103 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 34 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 250 CY

EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT


CUT 34 CY CUT 1,208 CY CUT 473 CY CUT 9 CY CUT 866 CY CUT 9,027 CY
LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 5 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 84 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 18 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 75 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 708 CY
LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 471 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 230 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 9 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 357 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 2,187 CY
LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 6 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 131 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 45 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 0 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 87 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 1,227 CY
EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 23 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 522 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 180 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 0 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 347 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 4,905 CY

FILL 436 CY FILL 61 CY FILL 260 CY FILL 9 CY FILL 482 CY FILL 2,330 CY
PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 61 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 124 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 136 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 185 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1,947 CY
LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 36 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 89 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 73 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 0 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 148 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 1,148 CY
PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 1 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 103 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 34 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 250 CY
LESS CUT AVAILABLE 23 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 522 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 180 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 0 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 347 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 4,905 CY
BORROW NEEDED 438 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 246 CY BORROW NEEDED 9 CY BORROW NEEDED 206 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY

PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES
COMMON EXCAVATION 34 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 1,208 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 473 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 9 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 866 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 9,027 CY
BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 438 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 246 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 9 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 206 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY
EMBANKMENT FILL 461 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 96 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 323 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 9 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 519 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 3,129 CY
SELECT BORROW 6 CY SELECT BORROW 131 CY SELECT BORROW 45 CY SELECT BORROW 0 CY SELECT BORROW 87 CY SELECT BORROW 1,227 CY
FURNISH TOPSOIL 38 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 154 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 84 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 0 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 196 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 1,571 CY

STREAM RESTORATION EARTHWORK SUMMARY


PROPOSAL QUANTITIES
CHANNEL EXCAVATION 56 CY
TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 600 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 9000 BL TRAIL EARTHWORK SUMMARY - 800 BL
SALVAGED STREAMBED MATERIAL 166 CY
EXCAVATION EXCAVATION EXCAVATION FURNISHED SELECT BORROW 136 CY
CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 400 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 2,022 CY CUT (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN CUT) 234 CY PLANT BED SOIL 33 CY
FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 257 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 48 CY FILL (INC. PAVEMENT/TOPSOIL REMOVAL IN FILL) 57 CY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 37 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 259 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 1 CY
STRUCTURAL EARTHWORK SUMMARY
TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 228 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 328 CY TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 131 CY
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TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 14 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 147 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN CUT) 0 CY PROPOSAL QUANTITIES
TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 107 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 152 CY TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 74 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 275 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY STRUCTURE EXCAVATION 1,013 CY
PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY ROCK EXCAVATION 65 CY
PERVIOUS FILL 27 CY
EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENT
CUT 400 CY CUT 2,022 CY CUT 234 CY LANDSCAPE EARTHWORK SUMMARY
LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 37 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 259 CY LESS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN CUT) 1 CY
PROPOSAL QUANTITIES
LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY LESS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN CUT) 0 CY
CLEAR AND GRUB SPECIAL ITEM -
LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 73 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 353 CY LESS UNSUITABLE MATERIAL (20%) 47 CY
PNEUMATIC EXCAVATION 1,250 SY
EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 290 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 1,410 CY EMBANKMENT AVAILABLE 186 CY
TURF ESTABLISHMENT -
SEEDING WITH 4" TOPSOIL 14,139 SY
FILL 257 CY FILL 48 CY FILL 57 CY
TURF ESTABLISHMENT -
PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 228 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 328 CY PLUS TOPSOIL REMOVAL (IN FILL) 131 CY
SOD WITH 4" TOPSOIL 300 SY
LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 107 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 152 CY LESS TOPSOIL PLACED (IN FILL) 74 CY
PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY PLUS PAVEMENT REMOVAL (IN FILL) 0 CY
LESS CUT AVAILABLE 290 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 1,410 CY LESS CUT AVAILABLE 186 CY
BORROW NEEDED 88 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY BORROW NEEDED 0 CY

PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES PROPOSAL QUANTITIES


COMMON EXCAVATION 400 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 2,022 CY COMMON EXCAVATION 234 CY
BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 88 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY BORROW EMBANKMENT FILL 0 CY
EMBANKMENT FILL 378 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 224 CY EMBANKMENT FILL 114 CY
SELECT BORROW 73 CY SELECT BORROW 353 CY SELECT BORROW 47 CY
FURNISH TOPSOIL 121 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 299 CY FURNISH TOPSOIL 74 CY
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 AT 11:27 AM

D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE:


SCALE:1"NTS
= 20’ SQ-04
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DHM
DATE
PROJECT ENG.

ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM EARTHWORK


PLAN
QUANTITIES FILE
NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
20’ 0 20’ 40’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 010 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT
NO. SHEETS

3 D.C. 011 284

3.94

.00

N
N

3+8

1 4 +8 9
45
0
25 TRAV. #500

PT S
96

22

. 101
12

PC S

75
E

TA. 10
T A.

TA
CURVE POINT NO. STATION NORTH EAST BEARING

PCC ST

TA. 1
N
45

PC S
- POT 1000+00.0000 451,115.1360 1,296,307.1607 N 58%%d 08’ 41.59" E

PC STA. 1002+1
PT STA. 1001+9

1005
5

14
72

PRC S
PO PC STA 96

75
. 1001+0 12 PC 1000+53.7527 451,143.5052 1,296,352.8174 N 58%%d 08’ 41.5885"

004+
T 7.5 7 E
ST

+35.
A. 1002+
A. TRAV. #71 PI 1000+63.3030 451,148.5456 1,296,360.9293
10 1012

8
00 ROSE-1
TRAV. #75 1011 1013 ROSE-11

42
8 .4 8
+0 TRAV. #72 PT 1000+72.6260 451,156.2209 1,296,366.6124 N 36%%d 31’ 03.6758"
0.
00 1010 1014

5
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CC 451,185.9745 1,296,326.4288
1009

64.83

39
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1015

01 2
9.29
8.00

7+
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. 1 -0
PC 1001+07.5745 451,184.3082 1,296,387.4093 N 36%%d 31’ 03.6758"

A L
TRAV. #70
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94
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4
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58.
70
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1006 ROSE-9 16

62
ROSE-2

PCC STA.
ROSE-13

PC EE
10

7+

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PT 1001+16.0771 451,190.7319 1,296,392.9673 N 45%%d 13’ 01.2635"

9+
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PC S

SH

01

01

101
ROSE-2 1004 CC 451,150.9842 1,296,432.4150

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15.7
PC ROSE-10

EE
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A
17

TA

A
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A.
ST
100 PC 1001+81.8319 451,237.0511 1,296,439.6387 N 45%%d 13’ 01.2635"

ST
-S
A. ROSE-7 ROSE PARK TRAIL SPUR
1002

3+

T
7
1011+35.08
. 101
10

PT
0
5.9

PC

TS
00

00
PI 1001+89.9882 451,242.7966 1,296,445.4279

2.3
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+5 ROSE-3
10

4+2
3.

7+

PO
56.32

+2
18

0+0
75 + PT 1001+98.0021 451,250.0840 1,296,449.0911 N 26%%d 41’ 14.2465"
1003

01
TA.

TA

15

2.7
101
PT S

0.94

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CC 451,272.5401 1,296,404.4175

10
PT S

+0

A
101

CS

14
6
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TA
ROSE-4

16
9

ST
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ROSE-1 PC 1002+19.2861 451,269.1006 1,296,458.6501 N 26%%d 41’ 14.2465"

SE-
ST

62
N

10
T

CS

RO
ROSE-3

E
45
A.
PT STA PC

6+
STA PI 1002+42.0650 451,289.4529 1,296,468.8806

N
. 1000+

A.
PT
14
7 2.63 . 10 ROSE-4
10

PR

01

LI
5

75
100
01 2 0

ST
+81 67 PCC 1002+64.8342 451,310.2967 1,296,478.0685 N 23%%d 47’ 15.3878"

.1
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12

H
2+
E

PC

A
TRAV. #74

TC
CC 451,673.3094 1,295,654.5262

ST
PT

90.

76
STA

15
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PT

75.
M
61

SE-
0 1+1 PCC 1002+64.8342 451,310.2967 1,296,478.0685 N 23%%d 47’ 15.3878"

0
6.08

9
RO

. #6

.0
8+
5 PI 1002+77.7964 451,322.1578 1,296,483.2967

0
32

101

AV

+0
97 ROSE-5
12

7
TR
PRC 1002+90.6149 451,334.9598 1,296,485.3281 N 9%%d 00’ 58.7864" E

-1

0
E

1.4

0
PST
A.

.1
4
CC 451,350.6314 1,296,386.5638

ST

0+

TA
00

0
PUR

PT

.1
PRC 1002+90.6149 451,334.9598 1,296,485.3281 N 9%%d 00’ 58.7864" E

S
52
IL S

T
4

PO
ST
N
PI 1003+23.5660 451,367.5038 1,296,490.4921

RA
5 0 ROSE-6
6.

PC
KT
PT 1003+56.3234 451,398.5121 1,296,501.6392 N 19%%d 46’ 22.6330"
2 +2

PAR
. 10 CC 451,280.1093 1,296,831.0034
A

SE
ST

RO
PT PC 1004+88.4793 451,522.8761 1,296,546.3468 N 19%%d 46’ 22.6330"

PI 1005+11.9531 451,544.9660 1,296,554.2878


ROSE-7
PT 1005+35.4248 451,567.2361 1,296,561.7082 N 18%%d 25’ 41.0258"

CC 452,199.4636 1,294,664.2656

PC 1010+00.9394 452,008.8797 1,296,708.8638 N 18%%d 25’ 41.0258"

PI 1010+68.0869 452,072.5839 1,296,730.0900


ROSE-8
PCC 1011+35.0820 452,133.3849 1,296,758.5860 N 25%%d 06’ 40.9473"

CC 451,645.3489 1,297,799.8933

PCC 1011+35.0820 452,133.3849 1,296,758.5860 N 25%%d 06’ 40.9473"


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CURVE DATA
CURVE DELTA Dc RADIUS TANGENT LENGTH EXTERNAL LONG CHORD. PI 1012+26.0890 452,215.7904 1,296,797.2075
ROSE-9
ROSE-1 21%%d 37’ 37.9127" LT 114%%d 35’ 29.6125" 50.0000’ 9.5503’ 18.8733’ 0.9039’ 18.7614’ PT 1013+15.7191 452,283.0368 1,296,858.5279 N 42%%d 21’ 39.4051"

ROSE-2 8%%d 41’ 57.5878" RT 102%%d 18’ 50.0112" 56.0000’ 4.2595’ 8.5026’ 0.1618’ 8.4944’ CC 451,878.7574 1,297,301.8767
TRAVERSE POINTS
ROSE-3 18%%d 31’ 47.0171" LT 114%%d 35’ 29.6125" 50.0000’ 8.1563’ 16.1702’ 0.6609’ 16.0999’ PC 1013+83.9380 452,333.4447 1,296,904.4937 N 42%%d 21’ 39.4051"
POINT NO. NORTH EAST ELEVATION
ROSE-4 2%%d 53’ 58.8587" LT 6%%d 21’ 58.3118" 900.0000’ 22.7789’ 45.5481’ 0.2882’ 45.5433’ 75 451135.4458 1296315.4423 42.650 PI 1014+04.9751 452,348.9893 1,296,918.6684
ROSE-10
ROSE-5 14%%d 46’ 16.6013" LT 57%%d 17’ 44.8059" 100.0000’ 12.9622’ 25.7807’ 0.8366’ 25.7094’ 74 451194.4311 1296410.6100 43.749 PRC 1014+25.9735 452,362.9613 1,296,934.3956 N 48%%d 22’ 55.5290"
73 451392.2550 1296496.2618 47.170
ROSE-6 10%%d 45’ 23.8466" RT 16%%d 22’ 12.8018" 350.0000’ 32.9511’ 65.7085’ 1.5477’ 65.6120’ CC 452,063.9251 1,297,200.0596
72 451821.7318 1296624.2095 58.265
ROSE-7 1%%d 20’ 41.6072" LT 2%%d 51’ 53.2403" 2,000.0000’ 23.4739’ 46.9455’ 0.1378’ 46.9445’ PRC 1014+25.9735 452,362.9613 1,296,934.3956 N 48%%d 22’ 55.5290"
500 452261.9369 1296627.3924 63.069
ROSE-8 6%%d 40’ 59.9214" RT 4%%d 58’ 56.0701" 1,150.0000’ 67.1475’ 134.1427’ 1.9587’ 134.0666’ 71 452180.1092 1296779.3467 61.810 PI 1014+57.5642 452,383.9426 1,296,958.0125
ROSE-11
ROSE-9 17%%d 14’ 58.4579" RT 9%%d 32’ 57.4677" 600.0000’ 91.0070’ 180.6371’ 6.8626’ 179.9557’ 70 452454.0586 1296996.9351 65.721 PRC 1014+89.0019 452,408.6238 1,296,977.7307 N 38%%d 37’ 18.9259"

ROSE-10 6%%d 01’ 16.1238" RT 14%%d 19’ 26.2016" 400.0000’ 21.0371’ 42.0355’ 0.5528’ 42.0162’ CC 452,639.5698 1,296,688.6564

ROSE-11 9%%d 45’ 36.6031" LT 15%%d 29’ 07.2450" 370.0000’ 31.5906’ 63.0284’ 1.3462’ 62.9522’ PRC 1014+89.0019 452,408.6238 1,296,977.7307 N 38%%d 37’ 18.9259"

ROSE-12 19%%d 04’ 37.4362" RT 57%%d 17’ 44.8057" 100.0000’ 16.8034’ 33.2958’ 1.4019’ 33.1422’ PI 1015+05.8053 452,421.7520 1,296,988.2190
ROSE-12
ROSE-13 5%%d 44’ 56.9751" RT 9%%d 32’ 57.4677" 600.0000’ 30.1278’ 60.2051’ 0.7559’ 60.1798’ PT 1015+22.2977 452,430.7311 1,297,002.4221 N 57%%d 41’ 56.3620"

CC 452,346.2059 1,297,055.8588

PC 1016+02.7586 452,473.7268 1,297,070.4319 N 57%%d 41’ 56.3620"

PI 1016+32.8864 452,489.8261 1,297,095.8975


ROSE-13
PT 1016+62.9637 452,503.2935 1,297,122.8477 N 63%%d 26’ 53.3372"

CC 451,966.5754 1,297,391.0522
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 AT 11:27 AM

D.C. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATE: APRIL 2018 SCALE: 1" = 100’ GL-01
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION CHIEF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

DHM
DATE
PROJECT ENG.

ROCK CREEK PARK MULTI-USE DESIGNED BY CSH/DHM GEOMETRIC LAYOUT FILE


NO. DESCRIPTION NAME DATE
810 Gleneagles Court, Suite 300
100’ 0 100’ 200’
TRAIL REHABILITATION AND CHECKED BY KCW
VOLUME I
Baltimore, MD 21286 CSH/DHM
DRAWN BY
HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=100’ REVISIONS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT MGR. SJZ
SHEET 011 OF 284
SHEET TOTAL
REG STATE PROJECT

10
NO. SHEETS

09
3 D.C. 012 284
CURVE DATA
CURVE DELTA Dc RADIUS TANGENT LENGTH EXTERNAL LONG CHORD.

ROSE-14 1%%d 47’ 07.1024" RT 5%%d 43’ 46.4806" 1,000.0000’ 15.5810’ 31.1595’ 0.1214’ 31.1582’ CURVE POINT NO. STATION NORTH EAST BEARING CURVE POINT NO. STATION NORTH EAST BEARING

10
10
PC 1017+39.4460 452,537.4817 1,297,191.2635 N 63%%d 26’ 53.3372" - POT 2004+06.9917 452,585.1221 1,297,780.3008 N 84%%d 41’ 35.81" E
ROSE-15 14%%d 48’ 44.4382" LT 114%%d 35’ 29.6125" 50.0000’ 6.4993’ 12.9262’ 0.4206’ 12.8902’
PC 2005+05.3782 452,594.2216 1,297,878.2656 N 84%%d 41’ 35.8142"
PST-1 81%%d 37’ 48.3201" RT 163%%d 42’ 08.0178" 35.0000’ 30.2272’ 49.8650’ 49.3534’ 45.7534’ PI 1017+55.0270 452,544.4465 1,297,205.2012
ROSE-14
PC PI 2005+48.3444 452,598.1954 1,297,921.0476
PLM-1 63%%d 05’ 00.4799" LT 81%%d 51’ 04.0089" 70.0000’ 42.9662’ 77.0710’ 12.1346’ 73.2367’ PT 1017+70.6055 452,550.9737 1,297,219.3491 N 65%%d 14’ 00.4396"
ST PLM-1
A PCC 2005+82.4492 452,638.1417 1,297,936.8714 N 21%%d 36’ 35.3343"

101
.1 CC 451,642.9515 1,297,638.2710
PLM-2 15%%d 44’ 23.4961" LT 01 114%%d 35’ 36.5654" 49.9992’ 6.9112’ 13.7354’ 0.4754’ 13.6922’

1
0+
CC 452,663.9216 1,297,871.7915
PLM-3 28%%d 37’ 52.9733" LT
.9
00
114%%d 35’ 29.6125" 50.0000’ 12.7594’ 24.9856’ 1.6024’ 24.7264’ PC 1018+62.8384 452,589.6121 1,297,303.0986 N 65%%d 14’ 00.4396"
4
PCC 2005+82.4492 452,638.1417 1,297,936.8714 N 21%%d 36’ 35.3343"
PLM-4 10%%d 54’ 41.2027" LT 57%%d 17’ 44.8056" 100.0000’ 9.5509’ 19.0441’ 0.4551’ 19.0153’ PI 1018+69.3378 452,592.3349 1,297,309.0002