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  1. 0 General Tab Project, Cost Schedule, and Work Limits Roadway Character Design Criteria for Bridges Maintenance of Traffic Right-of-Way & Utility Involvement Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  2. 0 Project Cost Schedule Work Limits Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  3. 0 Project Information • CE Level • Selected by Form Preparer • Populated directly from ELLIS • PID • Project Name (CRS) • Project Sponsor • ODOT District • Project Costs • Planning & Engineering, ROW, and Construction • Reflects Preferred Alternative • Most current cost estimates by phase Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  4. 0 Project Information • Funding Source • Private and/or public • Answer drop-downs appropriately • STIP/TIP • Contact ODOT District STIP personnel to confirm most current estimate meets STIP requirements prior to document signature • Interchange Modification/Justification Study • IMS/IJS Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  5. 0 Project Information • Project Description • Proposed Action • Right-of-Way Acquisition • Setting • Environmental Impacts • Relocations • MPO Involvement Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  6. Work Limits • Limits of Proposed Work • Direct from ELLIS • Start and End Points (SLM) and Total Work Length (miles) are entered manually Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  7. 0 Online CE – General Tab Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  8. 0 Online CE – General Tab Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  9. 0 Project Description Example Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  10. 0 Online CE Project File/Part of CE • Location Maps • USGS Topo • County • Aerial • Photographs • Preliminary Plan Sheets Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  11. 0 Roadway Character Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  12. 0 Roadway Character • Functional Classification • Roadways grouped in a hierarchy based on type of service they provide • Select classification from drop-down menu • ADT (Average Daily Traffic) • Vehicular Traffic • Design Year – (20 years after opening year) • Daily Hourly Volume (DHV) • Proportion of traffic moving in the peak direction during the design hour Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  13. 0 Roadway Character • Truck Percentage • Truck traffic as a percentage of total traffic • Setting & Topography • Select appropriate answer from drop-down menu Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  14. 0 Roadway Character • Existing & proposed roadway design criteria • Existing design compared to proposed • Design criteria provides a basis to evaluate potential environmental impacts • Identify what criteria is expected to be implemented, if the design is uncertain • If more than one roadway impacted, Ellis will need to include each one accordingly • Number of lanes • Turning, climbing, and through lanes Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  15. 0 Roadway Character • Design Speed • Speed facility is designed to accommodate • Legal Speed • Posted legal speed limit • Type of lanes • Identify appropriate type of lanes • Through or two-way left-turn lane (TWLTL) • Pavement, shoulder, median & sidewalk width • Existing width and required width as per the L&D manual for proposed Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  16. 0 General Tab - Online CE Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  17. 0 Design Criteria for Bridges Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  18. 0 Design Criteria for Bridges • Existing and proposed design criteria for each existing and proposed structure • Direct from Ellis • Structure File Number (SFN) • Sufficiency Rating • Bridge Type • Proposed bridge design data is entered manually Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  19. 0 Design Criteria for Bridges • Answer drop-downs appropriately • Structure replacement or rehabilitation • Historic Bridge • Asbestos Removed • If SFN tab does not appear, it is not accurately listed in Ellis Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  20. 0 Online CE – General Tab Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  21. 0 Roadway Character &Bridge Design Sources • Office of Technical Services • Office of Roadway Engineering • Office of System Planning & Program Management • Office of Statewide Planning & Research • Office of Structural Engineering Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  22. 0 Maintenance of Traffic Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  23. 0 Remarks • Answer all drop-downs appropriately • Discuss proposed temporary roadway, lane closures and/or detours anticipated during construction • Include references to specific applicable policies • Specify how proposed maintenance of traffic will impact the local community • EMS, fire, police, schools, business access, etc. Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  24. 0 Remarks • Specify how the general public, safety services, and local government will be made aware of the closure and subsequent detour • State who is responsible for issuing the notice • Discussed at PI meeting, if known • For a more complex MOT, more advanced notice will be required • List environmental commitments • Answer yes in the drop-down to generate table Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  25. Remarks • Be clear and concise • Avoid Confusion!!! Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  26. Example Maintenance of traffic will be handled in four phases. During Phase One SR 999 will be reconstructed north of SR 45. SR 999 will be closed north of SR 45. The detour will utilize SR 328 to US 25 then back to SR 999 (final MOT map will not be available until Stage 2 Design Plans). During the time special provisions will be made for the property owners to access their homes. Essentially, the single residential property owner has two driveways. During the entire construction of the project, at least one drive will be available at all times. During Phases Two & three, SR 999 intersection will be reconstructed. Traffic will be maintained with part width and the use of signals. During Phase Four, SR 999 south of the intersection will be constructed. SR 999 will be closed. The detour will include SR 328 to US 55 and back to SR 999. There are not through-traffic dependent businesses or festivals needing accommodations or special provisions. Also, locals, and emergency vehicles will utilize township and county roads as needed. A news release will be provided 2 weeks before construction begins in order to notify the local’s. Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  27. Online CE – General Tab Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  28. 0 Right-of-Way & Utilities Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  29. 0 Right-of-Way & Utilities • Right-of-Way (ROW) acquisition figures • Temporary & permanent ROW listed separately • Answer utility questions • List specific utilities impacted • Utility coordination typically an on-going commitment Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  30. Remarks • Discuss: • Where right-of-way impacts will occur • Is it primarily strip takes; is it takes from residences, businesses, etc. • Identify all utilities impacted • List environmental commitments Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  31. Example Estimated right-of-way needed for the project is based on preliminary drawings and construction limits. Approximately 10.25 acres (12 parcels from 9 owners) is expected to be acquired from land owners in Westmoreland County and 4.045 acres (62 parcels from 55 owners) is expected to be acquired from land owners in Eastern County. Strip right-of-way approximately 1.85 acres will be acquired from the Madison Park owned and operated by the MetroParks of Westmoreland County. All utilities shown on the project plans or located during project construction will be relocated or adjusted by the owner of the utility. The project may require the relocation of the following utilities: electric, gas, telephone, water, cable, and sewer. All utility work shall be coordinated between the contractor and the utility owners in such a way as to avoid and/or minimize any inconvenience to potentially affected customers. All utility work not included in this contract shall be performed by the affected utility owner or its contractor and will be compliant with ODOT roadway design standards. Utility work will be ongoing throughout construction of the project. Categorical Exclusion Training Class

  32. Online CE – General Tab Categorical Exclusion Training Class