Approved Revisions

In accordance with procedures adopted by the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) on November 10, 1999 and October 14, 2004, revisions to the Uniform Standard Specifications and Drawings for the Clark County Area, will be posted to the Internet and will be effective on January 1 and July 1 of each year. If you wish to be notified of future revisions click on the “Subscribe To Page” link on this page.

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July 1, 2017 (RTC Approved 4/13/17 )

Specifications

  • Section 623 “Traffic Signals and Street Lighting” – Specification revised to change dimensions of hand holes and to add the requirement for retroreflective traffic signal backplates.  (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • Section 716 “Sign Materials” – Specification revised to simplify required retroreflective properties of reboundable devices and delineators.  (RTC Approved 4/13/17)

Drawings

  • No. 319 “Lower Pole Details for Pipe and Mast Arm Poles” – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 806 “Signal Standard Type 1-A, 1-B” – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-1 “Type XX-30 Ft. Signal and Luminaire Pole  (45 Ft. or less Mast Arms)” – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-2 “Type XX-30 Ft. Signal and Luminaire Pole Details” – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-3 “Type XX-A-30 Ft. Signal & Luminaire Pole  (45 Ft. or less Mast Arms) ” – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-4 “Type XX-A-30 Ft. (50 Ft. Thru 60 Ft. Mast Arms) Signal & Luminaire Pole Details”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-5 “Loading Information”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 808-6 “Traffic Signal Pole Grounding”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 810-1 “Type XX-B-30 Ft. Signal & Luminaire Pole (65 Ft. Thru 85 Ft. Mast Arms)”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 810-2 “Type XX-B-30 Ft. (65 Ft. Thru 85 Ft. Mast Arms) Signal & Luminaire Pole Details”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 810-3 “Loading Information”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 812-1 “Type XX 20 Ft. Signal Pole (45 Ft. or Less Mast Arms)”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 812-2 “Type XX 20 Ft. (50 Ft. Thru 60 Ft.Mast Arms) Signal Pole”  – Drawing revised to change dimensions of hand holes. (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 840 “Louvered Backplate for Mast Arm Mounted Signal”  – Drawing revised to add the requirement for retroreflective traffic signal backplates.  (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 841 “Louvered Backplate for Pole Mounted Signal”  – Drawing revised to add the requirement for retroreflective traffic signal backplates.  (RTC Approved 4/13/17)
  • No. 842-1 “Louvered Backplate for 5 Section Signal Head”  – Drawing revised to add the requirement for retroreflective traffic signal backplates.  (RTC Approved 4/13/17)

January 1, 2017 (RTC Approved 7/14/16 – 8/11/16)

Specifications

  • Section 625 “Construction Signs” – Specification revised to allow for alternate means of installation of temporary stop signs in work zones. (RTC Approved 8/11/16)

Drawings

  • No. 206.S1 “Local Residential Urban Area Street Sections” – Drawing revised to prohibit the use of Option B and One Way Residential Street Section in Clark County. (RTC Approved 7/14/2016)
  • No. 217.1 “30 Inch Modified Roll Curb and Gutter Residential Area” – New Drawing  to help meet Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. (RTC Approved 7/14/2016)
  • No. 217.2.S1 “30 Inch Roll Curb Residential Area” – Drawing revised to help meet Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. (RTC Approved 7/14/2016)
  • No. 217.3.S1 “Residential Curb & Gutter R-Type” – Drawing revised to help meet Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. (RTC Approved 7/14/2016)
  • No. 224 “Commercial and Industrial Driveway (Option A)” – Drawing revised to help meet Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. (RTC Approved 7/14/2016)
  • No. 234 “Sidewalk” – Drawing revised to modify dimensions for weakened plane joint detail. (Approved 7/14/2016)

July 1, 2016 (RTC Approved 2/11/16 – 6/9/16)

 Drawings

  • No. 223.1 “Residential Driveway Without Adjacent Sidewalk” – New Drawing to allow flexibility in roadway design. (RTC Approved 2/11/2016)
  • No. 234.1 “Typical Bus Turn-Out” – Drawing revised to conform with the International Building Code. (RTC Approved 4/14/2016)
  •  No. 234.2 “Typical Bus Stop Passenger Loading with Shelter Pads” – Drawing revised to conform with the International Building Code. (RTC Approved 4/14/2016)
  •  No. 234.3 “Typical Double Bus Stop Passenger Loading with Shelter Pads” – Drawing revised to conform with the International Building Code. (RTC Approved 4/14/2016)
  •  No. 234.4 “Bus Stop Placement within Exclusive Right Turn Lane for Commercial Properties” – Drawing revised to conform with the International Building Code. (RTC Approved 4/14/2016)
  •  No. 234.5 “Bus Shelter Pad Details and Notes” – New Drawing to conform with the International Building Code. (RTC Approved 4/14/2016)
  • No. 246.6 “Standard Pavement Markers Forced Turn Lane” – Drawing revised to fix error found in drop lane line dimensions. (RTC Approved 6/9/2016)

January 1, 2016 (RTC Approved 12/10/15)

Drawings

  • No. 244.9.S1 “Bicycle Lane Delineation Legend and Signage” – New drawing to improve bicycle safety.  (RTC Approved 12/10/2015)
  • No. 408.S1 “Concrete Collar Around Manholes” – New drawing to improve bicycle safety.  (RTC Approved 12/10/2015)
  • No. 408.1.S1 “Concrete Collar Around Manholes 30 inch Ring and Cover” – New drawing to improve bicycle safety.  (RTC Approved 12/10/2015)
  • No. 508.S1 “Bicycle Lane Permanent Pavement Patch” – New drawing to improve bicycle safety.  (Approved 12/10/2015)

July 1, 2015 (RTC Approved 03/12/15- 05/21/15)

Specifications

  • No. 401 “Plantmix Bituminous Pavements – General” – Specification revised to add laboratory accreditation and technician certification. (RTC Approved 3/12/15)
  • No. 501 “Portland Cement Concrete” – Specification revised to add requirements for material, design, testing, equipment, production and placement of non-structural mobile mixed concrete. (RTC Approved 3/12/15)
  • No. 706 “Aggregates for Portland Cement Products” –  Specification revised to add requirements for material, design, testing, equipment, production and placement of non-structural mobile mixed concrete. (RTC Approved 3/12/15)

Drawings

  • No. 217.S2 “Residential Curb and Gutter, R-Type” – New drawing to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 223 “Residential Driveway” – Drawing replaced to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 224 “Commercial and Industrial Driveway (Option A)” – Drawing replaced to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 226.S1 “Commercial and Industrial Driveway (Option C)” – Drawing replaced to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 227.S1 “Depressed Alley Driveway” – Drawing revised to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 320 “Lighting Standard Setback” – Drawing revised to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 331 “Service Pedestal Setback” – Drawing revised to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)
  • No. 715 – No. 723 Foundations – Drawings revised to accommodate ADA requirements.  (RTC approved 5/21/15)

January 1, 2015 (RTC Approved 8/14/14 – 12/11/14)

Specifications

  • No. 101 “Definitions and Terms” – Specification revised to modify the definition of major contract item and add new definitions for dewatering, nominal diameter, and service connection. (RTC Approved 10/9/14)
  • No. 105 “Control of the Work” – Specification revised to clarify requirements for coordination with utilities, utility conflicts, authorized changes, and final acceptance. (RTC Approved 12/11/14)
  • No. 106 “Control of Materials” – Specification revised to add requirements for certification of laboratory testing technicians. (RTC Approved 12/11/14)
  • No. 107 “Legal Relations and Responsibility to the Public” – Specification revised to clarify requirements for closing or relocating bus stops. (RTC Approved 12/11/14)
  • No. 208 “Trench Excavation and Backfill” – Specification revised to clarify the use of controlled low strength material (CLSM) types in trench backfill. (RTC Approved 12/11/14)
  • No. 406 “Prime Coat” – Specification revised to change the requirements for bituminous material. (RTC Approved 8/14/14)
  • No. 704 “Base Aggregates” – Specification revised to clarify the material and testing requirements of controlled low strength material (CLSM). (RTC Approved 12/11/14)

Drawings

  • No. 501 “Typical Underground Utility Locations in Residential Streets with 60-ft. or Less Right-of-Way” – Drawing revised to modify the depth requirements in accordance with current practices. (RTC Approved 8/14/14)
    No. 501.1 “Typical Underground Utility Locations in Streets with Greater Than 60-ft. Right-of-Way” – Drawing revised to modify the depth requirements in accordance with current practices. (RTC Approved 8/14/14)

 

July 1, 2014 (RTC Approved 2/13/14 – 6/12/14)

Specifications

  • No. 101 “Definitions and Terms” – Specification revised to add a definition for unsuitable material. (RTC Approved 6/12/14)
  • No. 203 “Excavation and Embankment” – Specification revised to clarify how caliche excavation is addressed. (RTC Approved 6/12/14)
  • No. 215 “Keyhole Pothole Excavation and Backfill” – Specification revised to allow for farmed core replacements. (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 413 “Plantmix Bituminous Gap – Graded Surface” – Specification revised too add a requirement for testing and stockpiling material to be used on the project. (RTC Approved 5/15/14)
  • No. 501 “Portland Cement Concrete” – Specification revised to require submittal of testing reports. (RTC Approved 4/10/14)
  • No. 603 “Reinforced Concrete Pipe” – Specification revised to require rubber gaskets on elliptical pipe. (RTC Approved 3/13/14)

Drawings

  • No. 202  “Arterial Urban Area Street Sections” – Drawing revised to specify the final asphalt concrete pavement surface material used by each entity.  (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 203  “Arterial Alternate Urban Area Street Sections with Offset Sidewalk” – Drawing revised to specify the final asphalt concrete pavement surface material used by each entity.  (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 205 “Collector Urban Area Street Sections with Curbside Sidewalk” – Drawing revised to specify the final asphalt concrete pavement surface material used by each entity.  (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 205.1.S1  “Collector Alternate Urban Area Street Sections with Offset Sidewalk” – Drawing revised to specify the final asphalt concrete pavement surface material used by each entity.  (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 300.S3 “Streetlight location L.E.D. Lighting Standards and General Notes” – New supplemental drawing for L.E.D. lighting along public streets. (RTC Approved 5/15/14)
  • No. 405.2  “Type II-SD Manhole” – New drawing for multiple reinforced concrete box and pipe configurations. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 422  “Type ‘CM’ Drop Inlet” – New drawing to accommodate a drop inlet that aligns with the back of curb. (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 425.S1 “Through-Lot Drain” – New drawing for surface drainage conveyance facilities. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 507.S1 “Method for Geotechnical Boring and Monitoring Well Backfill and Patch for Borings 12-Inches or Less in Diameter” – New supplemental drawings for pavement patching of geotechnical and monitor well borings in paved areas. (RTC Approved 5/15/14)
  • No. 761 “”P30″ Pullbox” – Drawing revised to allow for tapered sidewalls. (RTC Approved 3/13/14)
  • No. 808  “Loading Information” – Drawing revised to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 810 “Loading Information” – Drawing revised to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 840  “Louvered Backplate for Mast Arm Mounted Signal” – Drawing revised to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 841  “Louvered Backplate for Pole Mounted Signal” – Drawing revised to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 843  “Signal Assemblies Post Top Mount” – New drawing to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 844  “Signal Assemblies Bracket Mount” – New drawing to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 857  “Protected Permissive Mast Arm Signal Assembly Type M-4” – New drawing to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)
  • No. 888.1  “Future Pole Location – Case II” – Drawing revised to accommodate flashing yellow arrow traffic signal indications. (RTC Approved 2/13/14)

January 1, 2014 (RTC Approved 11/14/13)

Specifications

No. 609  “Catch Basins, Manholes, and Inlets” – Specifications revised to add a requirement to replace the lining material on concrete collars. (RTC Approved 11/14/13)

July 1, 2013 (RTC Approved 05/16/13)
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Specifications

  • No. 502  “Concrete Structures” – Specification revised to modify the reference to high early strentgth concrete mix designs. (RTC Approved 05/16/13)

Drawings

  • No. 101 and Nos. 300-312.S2  Streetlight drawings modified to reformat, combine and allow induction lighting or an equivalent in the City of Henderson.  (RTC Approved 05/16/13)
    Drawings revised: 101 (p. 4), 300/300.S1, 301.S1, 302.S1, 303.S1, 303.S2, 304.S1, 304.S2, 305.S1, 306.S1, 306.S2, 307.S1, 307.S2, 312/312.S1
    Drawings deleted: 308.S1, 308.S2, 309.S1, 309.S2, 311.S1, 311, S2, 311.1.S1, 311.1.S2,
    New drawings: 300.S2, 308, 309, 311, 311.1, 312.S2

January 1, 2013 (RTC Approved 7/12/12-10/11/12)
Click on date to view all revisions effective January 1.

Specifications

  • No. 704  “Base Aggregates” Specification revised to incorporate recycled asphalt pavement and recycled concrete for aggregate base material. (RTC Approved 10/11/12)

Drawings

  • No. 201.2  “Sight Visibility Zones at Intersections” – Drawing revised to reflect current AASHTO standards. (RTC Approved 9/13/12)
  • No. 818   “Street Name Sign Internally Illuminated” – Drawing deleted, replaced by No. 818.S1. (RTC Approved 7/12/12)
  • No. 818.S1  “Illuminated Street Name Sign” (Sheets 1-5) – Drawing replaces No. 818, to conform to current MUTCD requirements and updated industry practices. (RTC Approved 7/12/12)

July 1, 2012 – (RTC Approved 5/17/12-6/14/12)
Click on date to view all revisions effective July 1.

Specifications

  • Section 627  “Permanent Signs” – Revisions to update types of sign sheeting materials, signs and pavement markings to reflect current industry standards.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)
  • Section 631  “Street Name Signs” – Revisions to update types of sign sheeting materials, signs and pavement markings to reflect current industry standards.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)
  • Section 716  “Sign Materials” – Revisions to update types of sign sheeting materials, signs and pavement markings to reflect current industry standards.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)

Drawings

  • No. 201.3.S1  “Minimum Property Line and Back of Curb Radii – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 203.1.S1  “Primary Arterial – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 205.2.S1  “Major Collector – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 205.3.S1  “Minor Collector – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 206.1.S1  “Local Residential – Complete Street Alternatives” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 216.1.S1  “”L” Type Curb and Gutter – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 244.6.S1  “Typical Delineation for Roadways – Complete Street Alternative” – New drawing for street cross section for the City of Las Vegas as part of their complete streets initiative. (RTC Approved 6/14/12)
  • No. 244.9  “Bicycle Lane Delineation, Legend, and Signage” – Revisions to update types of sign sheeting materials, signs and pavement markings to reflect current industry standards.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)
  • No. 250  “Street Name Signs Face Copy” – Revisions to update types of sign sheeting materials, signs and pavement markings to reflect current industry standards.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)
  • No. 411.1  “Modified Type “A” Inlet” – Administrative correction to change gutter lip transition from 6 inches to 6 feet and “lip of curb” to “lip of gutter”.
  • No. 627  “Typical Application for Standard for “Double Penalties” Signs for Use in Temporary Traffic Control Zones” – Revisions to clarify the design and typical sign placement to conform with MUTCD and NRS 484B.130.  (RTC Approved 5/17/12)

January 1, 2012 – (RTC Approved 9/8/11-1/12/12)
Click on date to view all revisions effective January 1.

Drawings

  • No. 500.4 “Over 5 Years Pavement Restoration Longitudinal Cut – 60′ R/W or Less” – Revision to change pavement removal limits from half-street width to lane width. (RTC Approved 9/8/11)
  • No. 503 “Method B for Rigid and Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to modify the material and compaction requirements for trenches. (RTC Approved 10/13/11)
  • No. 503.1 “Method A for Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to modify the material and compaction requirements for trenches. (RTC Approved 10/13/11)
  • No. 503.2 “Method A for Rigid Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to modify the material and compaction requirements for trenches. (RTC Approved 10/13/11)
  • No. 506  “Utility Pothole Repair” – Revision to allow farmed keyhole plugs and allow keyhole repair as an optional method for roadways with right-of-way widths of 60 feet or less (RTC Approved 1/12/12 with an effective date of 1/1/12)

July 1, 2011 – (RTC Approved 2/10/11 – 06/09/11)
Specifications

  • Section 208 “Trench Excavation and Backfill” – Revision to add requirement for steel trench plates.
  • Section 401 “Plantmix Bituminous Pavements-General” – Revision to update the requirements for performance grade PG76-22CC and PG64-34CC polymer modified binders.
  • Section 703 “Bituminous Materials” – Revision to update the requirements for performance grade PG76-22CC and PG64-34CC polymer modified binders.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 221.1 “Channelized Median Detail for Commercial Dirveways or Intersecting Streets” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes.
  • No. 234.3 “Bus Stop Placement Within Exclusive Right Turn Lane for Commercial Properties” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes.
  • No. 246 “Standard Pavement Markers Added Turn Lane” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes.
  • No. 246B “Pavement Marking and Signage Right Turn Lane at Minor Intersections (Arterials With Emergency/Parking Lane)” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes
  • No. 246.1 “Bicycle Lane Approach to Intersection With Exclusive Right Turn Lane” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes.
  • No. 246.2 “Bicycle Lane Transition to Shared Lane at Intersection” – Revision to remove “ONLY” symbol from dedicated turn lanes.

Drawings

  • General re-formatting revisions to the Uniform Standard Drawings, Volume I and Volume II, to accommodate supplemental drawings and consolidate the drawings into one document. Exhibit and Cross-Reference

 

January 1, 2011(RTC Approved 12/9/10)
Administrative Change (01/12/11)

Specifications

  • Section 215 “Keyhole Pothole Excavation and Backfill” – New specification to allow for Keyhole type pothole excavation and repair.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 421 “Storm Water Quality Management Stamp and Sign Detail” – New drawing to require marking of storm drain inlets.
  • No. 506 “Utility Pothole Repair” – New drawing to allow for Keyhole type pothole excavation and repair.

 

July 1, 2010 – (RTC Approved 4/8/10 – 6/10/10)
Specifications

  • Section 623 “Traffic Signals and Street Lighting” – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and intelligent transportation systems repair requirements.
  • Administrative Changes – Revisions to Specifications which correct cross-references, spelling, section and sub-section numbering, etc. A summary page listing all corrections is provided. Sections 104, 106, 107, 109, 204, 208, 306, 407, 501, 505, 623, 624, 630, 685, 688, 703, 704, 705, 706, 708, 709, 714, 725, 726.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 234.1 “Typical Bus Turnout” – Revised to increase the thickness of the concrete shelter pad from 4 inches to 5 inches with 6X6 welded reinforcement.
  • No. 234.2 “Typical Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Revised to increase the thickness of the concrete shelter pad from 4 inches to 5 inches with 6X6 welded reinforcement.
  • No. 234.2A “Typical Double Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Revised to increase the thickness of the concrete shelter pad from 4 inches to 5 inches with 6X6 welded reinforcement.
  • No. 506 “Service Installation, 5/8″, 3/4″, & 1″ Meter Sizes-Improved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 507 “Service Installation, 5/8″, 3/4″, & 1″ Meter Sizes-Unimproved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 508 “Service Installation, Dual 5/8″, 3/4″, & 1″Meter Sizes-Improved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 509 “Service Installation, Dual 5/8″, 3/4″, & 1″ Meter Sizes-Unimproved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 510 “Service Installation, 1-1/2″ & 2″ Meter Sizes-Improved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 511 “Service Installation, 1-1/2″ & 2″ Meter Sizes-Unimproved Area” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 512 “Thrust Block Details” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 513 “Anchor Block Details Reducer or Valve” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 514 “Blow-Off Assembly Locations” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 515 “Blow-Off Assembly 4″, 6″,8″, & 10″ Mains” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 516 “Fire Hydrant Installation” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 517 “Valve Box Installation & Adjustment” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.
  • No. 518 “Chlorination Requirements” – Drawing deleted, entities have adopted UDACS.

Volume II Drawings

  • No. 404.307 “Type VIII Cabinet” – Revisions to modify dimensions and reinforcing details.
  • No. 404.418 “Sign Mounting Illustration” – Revisions to sign bracket requirements.
  • No. 404.600 “Pole Drilling Details” – Revisions to dimensions for drill holes in poles.
  • No. 404.903 “Louvered Backplate for 5 Section Signal Head” – Revisions to modify configuration of backplate.
  • No. 404.1307 “Typical Intersection ITS Underground Layout” – New standard drawing to clarify the placement of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) conduits at intersections.
  • No. 404.1500 “Closed Circuit Television (CTV) Camera”; “Closed Circuit Television Camera Control Unit and Cable Wiring Diagram”; “Camera Extension Pole”; “Camera Adaptor Stand” – Revisions to provide improved visibility for traffic incident monitoring and surveillance.
  • No. 404.1501 “Communication Distribution Cable Assembly (CDCA) in Cabinet” – New standard drawing to show the CDCA placement detail in the cabinet.

 

January 1, 2010 – (RTC Approved 11/12/09)
Volume I Drawings

  • No. 254A  “Crosswalk Markings” – Revision to remove the City of Las Vegas exclusion.

Specifications and Volume I Drawings

  • Administrative Changes – Revisions to Specifications and Drawings which correct cross-references, spelling, section and sub-section numbering, etc. A summary page listing all corrections is provided.  Specifications  104, 105, 108, 212, 501, 601,  613, 704, 707 and Volume I Drawings 234.3, 244.5, 246, 246A, 246B, 246.1, 246.2,

July 1, 2009 – (RTC Approved 2/12/09 – 6/11/09)
Specifications

  • Sections 101-111 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 201-207 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Section 208 “Trench Excavation and Backfill” – Revision to modify the requirements for trench backfill zones, add requirements for temporary steel plate bedding, and additional revisions to reflect current industry standards and update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 209-213 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 301-306 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 400-495 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.  Section 403-2 renumbered to Section 413; Section 408-1 renumbered to Section 408; Section 408-2 renumbered to Section 412.
  • Section 501 “Portland Cement Concrete” – Revisions to reflect current industry standards and formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 502-508 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 601-621 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 624-688 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Section 701 “Portland Cement” – Revisions to add types of cement permitted, update current industry standards and formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 702-703 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Section 704 “Base Aggregates” – Revision to add a material specification for roadway shoulders and formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Section 705 “Aggregates for Bituminous Courses” – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Section 706 “Aggregates for Portland Cement Products” – Revisions to revise gradation tables and test requirements for portland cement concrete aggregates and formatting and minor technical changes.
  • Sections 707-729 – Revisions to update administrative changes, formatting and minor technical changes.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 503A “Method A for Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – DELETED, See 503AF.
  • No. 503AF “Method A for Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas”– Revision to clarify the requirement for the use of controlled low strength material (CLSM) (Formerly 503A).
  • No. 503AB “Method A/B for Rigid Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” –  DELETED, See 503AR.
  • No. 503AR “Method A for Rigid Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to clarify the requirement for the use of controlled low strength material (CLSM) (Formerly 503AB).
  • No. 503B “Method B for Rigid and Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revisions to clarify the requirement for the use of Controlled Low Strength material (CLSM).
  • No. 504 “Trench Backfill With Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) Paved Areas (Streets Greater Than 60′ R/W)” –  DELETED.

 

January 1, 2009 – (RTC Approved 9/11/08 – 11/13/08)
Specifications

  • Section 623 “Traffic Signals and Street Lighting” –  Revisions to update current industry standards and remove interconnect and communications specifications.
  • Section 635 “Asbestos Cement Pipe” – Deletion of section as new installation of asbestos cement pipe is no longer permitted.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 234.1 “Typical Bus Turn-Out” – Revision to correct the dimension of sidewalk and loading pad.
  • No. 234.2 “Typical Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Revision to require that the dedication of additional right-of-way or easement for the loading pad and variable height curb at the back of sidewalk ramp be granted to the local entity.
  • No. 234.2A “Typical Double Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Revision to require that the dedication of additional right-of-way or easement for the loading pad and variable height curb at the back of sidewalk ramp be granted to the local entity.
  • No. 412A “Type C-D Modified Drop Inlet” – Revision to clarify the closed lid specification.

Volume II Drawings

  • No. 404.213 “Type “J” and “K” Foundations” – Revision to add a detail for cabinet conduit layout.
  • No. 404.213A “Cabinet Conduit Layout Type “J” and “K” Foundations” – Addition of drawing to add a detail for cabinet conduit layout.
  • No. 404.1005 “Bill of Materials Signal Assemblies” – Revision to add dogleg fitting on the B-2T assembly.
  • No. 404.1024 “Signal Assemblies B-1T, B-2T, B-3T” – Revision to add dogleg fitting on the B-2T assembly.
  • No. 404.1029 “Signal Assembly B-14T” – Revision to add dogleg and banding strap fittings on the B-14T assembly.

 

July 1, 2008 – (RTC Approved 3/13/08 – 6/12/08)
Volume I Drawings

  • No. 234.2 “Typical Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Changes made to accommodate new bus shelter design and improve ADA requirements.
  • No. 234.2A “Typical Double Bus Stop Passenger Loading and Shelter Pads” – Changes made to accommodate new bus shelter design and improve ADA requirements.
  • No. 500AL  “0 To 5 Years Pavement Restoration Longitudinal Cut” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 500AT  “0 To 5 Years Pavement Restoration Transverse Cut” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 500BL1  “Over 5 Years Pavement Restoration Longitudinal Cut – Greater Than 60’R/W” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 500BL2  “Over 5 Years Pavement Restoration Longitudinal Cut – Greater Than 60’R/W or Less” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 500BT  “Over 5 Years Pavement Restoration Transverse All R/W Widths” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 502  “Method B For Rigid And Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Unpaved Areas And Areas Outside Existing  or Future Proposed Street Right-Of-Way” – DELETED
  • No. 502A  “Method A For Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Unpaved Areas And Areas Outside Existing or Future Proposed Street Right-Of-Way” – DELETED
  • No. 502B  “Method A For Rigid Pipe Trench Backfill – Unpaved Areas And Areas Outside Existing or Future Proposed Street Right-Of-Way” – DELETED
  • No. 503  “Method B For Rigid And Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas And Areas Outside Existing or Future Proposed Street Right-Of-Way” – DELETED
  • No. 503A  “Method For Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 503B  “Method For Rigid And Flexible Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Revision to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 503AB  “Method For Rigid Pipe Trench Backfill – Paved Areas” – Addition to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.
  • No. 504  “Trench Backfill with Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) Above Pipe Zone In Paved Areas (Streets Greater than 60’ R/W)” – Revision to incorporate new Standards from the Recommendations of the recent pavements cut study and trench working group.

Volume II Drawings

  • No. 404.132 “”P30″ Pull Box (For Use in Interconnect and ITS Communication Installations)” – Changes made to accommodate the requirements of FAST.
  • No. 404.133 “Type 200 Vault (For Use at Fiber Optic Splice Points)” – Changes made to accommodate the requirements of FAST.
  • No. 404.142 “ITS Communication Conduit and Pull Box Detail (For Existing Curb & Gutter)” – Changes made to accommodate the requirements of FAST.
  • No. 404.143 “Pull Box Concrete Collar in Undeveloped Areas” – New drawing to accommodate the requirements of FAST.
  • No. 404.144 “ITS Communication Conduit and Pull Box Detail Installed Under New Sidewalk” – New drawing to accommodate the requirements of FAST.

 

January 1 , 2008(RTC Approved 7/12/07 – 11/8/07)

Specifications

  • Section 101 “Abbreviations” – Deletion of subsection 101.01 to create list of acronyms which can be updated without the requirement of Commission approval. Acronyms Page.
  • Section 601 “Pipe Culverts – General” – Revision to reference video inspection standards of the National Association of Sewer Services Companies (NASSCO) Pipeline Assessment and Certificate Program and clarify plans sheet reference in measurements.
  • Section 603 “Reinforced Concrete Pipe” – Revision to clarify the size limit or tolerance of cracks in concrete pipe and correct gasketed joints.
  • Section 680 “Fiber Optic Cable” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 681 “Fiber Optic Splice & Distribution Equipment” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 682 “Fiber Optic Transceiver” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 683 “Video Optical Transceiver with Bi-Directional Data Channel” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 684  “Layer 2 Field-Hardened Ethernet Switch” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 685 “Video Encoder” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 686 “Video Decoder” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 687 “Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Field Equipment” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.
  • Section 688 “Remote Data Radio Communication System” – Revision to clarify fiber optics and equipment specifications.

Volume I Drawings

  • No. 235 (Sheet 1 of 4) “Sidewalk Ramp Case I” – Revision to add ‘Paired Ramp in Curb Return’ to comply with current American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. Reference notes corrected 1/8/08
  • No. 256.4 “Shared Use Path Crossing 6 Lane Roadway” – Revision to reduce the 504 feet of restricted crossing to 100 feet for improved access management.
  • No. 303 “Streetlight Locations at Intersections 100’ or Greater/60’ Right-of-Way (Except Clark County)” – Revision to correct editorial error in the pole location table.
  • No. 304 “Streetlight Locations at Intersections 100’ or Greater/51’ or less Right-of-Way (Except Clark County)” – Revision to correct editorial error in the pole location table.
  • No. 504 “Trench Backfill with Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) Paved Areas (Streets Greater than 60’ R/W)” – Revision to clarify the cross section of the permanent asphalt patch.

Volume II Drawings

  • No. 404.1500
    Sheet 1 – “Closed Circuit Television Camera” – Addition to create a standard detail for the Closed Circuit Television Camera.
    Sheet 2 – “Closed Circuit Television Camera Control Unit and Cable Wiring Diagram” – Addition to create a standard detail for the Closed Circuit Television Camera.
    Sheet 3 – “Camera Adaptors Stand” – Addition to create a standard detail for the Closed Circuit Television Camera.