STANDARD DETAILS CITY OF TAMARAC PAVEMENT MESSAGE DETAIL 1 7/8" 5/16"x 3/4" HEX. NUT TYPICAL SIGN POST +-1/8" 3 1/16" +-1/16" 1 9/32"

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1 SHEET PM-1 3'-3"R 2'-4"R 8' 30" 9'-10" 8'-2" 1' 7' CHANNEL SIGN POST 3#/FT FLANGED U-CHANNEL TYPE PAINT TRAFFIC GREEN. ARROW DETAIL 8' 36" 5'-9" (SOURCE FDOT INDEX NO ) PAVEMENT MESSAGE DETAIL NOTES: 1. SIGN ASSEMBLY TYPICAL TO ALL SIGNS OTHER 1 5/8" THAN HANDICAP SIGNS. 2. FOR ALUMINUM POST, BASE, FOUNDATION AND FUSE ASSEMBLY, REFER TO FDOT INDEX NO (STATE OF DOT 2008 DESIGN STANDARDS) OR BROWARD COUNTY TYPICAL SIGN ASSEMBLY DETAIL (ENGINEERING DESIGN STANDARDS LATEST EDITION) TYPICAL SIGN POST "C" "B" "D" "A" TOP VIEW POST 5/16"x 3/4" HEX. NUT DIMENSION TOLERANCE 2.00" 3.00" "A" "B" +-3/32" 1 15/32" 1 7/8" +-1/8" 3 1/16" 3 1/2" PAVEMENT "C" +-1/16" 1 9/32" 1 5/16" "D" +-1/32" 3/16" 7/32" CHANNEL POST NOTE: 1. REFER TO MUTCD SECTION 2A-16 FOR LOCATIONS. TYPICAL STOP SIGN LOCATION STOP/STREET FIGURE PM-1 SIGN DETAIL

2 SHEET PM-02 WHITE SYMBOL ON 8'-6" 18" PARKING BY DISABLED PERMIT ONLY 4" BLUE BACKGROUND 1" HIGH BLACK LETTERS ON WHITE BACKGROUND 3" HIGH WHITE LETTERS ON BLUE 7'-0" BACKGROUND CHANNEL SIGN POST 3#/FT FLANGED U-CHANNEL TYPE PAINT TRAFFIC BLUE. LANDSCAPED OR GRASS AREA 30" NOTE: 1. FOR ALUMINUM POST, BASE, FOUNDATION AND FUSE ASSEMBLY, REFER TO FDOT INDEX NO (STATE OF DOT 2008 DESIGN STANDARDS) OR BROWARD COUNTY TYPICAL SIGN ASSEMBLY DETAIL. (ENGINEERING DESIGN STANDARDS LATEST EDITION) HANDICAP SIGN POST TYPICAL FIGURE PM-02 HANDICAP SIGN

3 SHEET PM-03 MINIMUM PARKING LOT WIDTH DIMENSION SPECIFICATION FOR ONE WAY TRAFFIC ONE WAY TRAFFIC A B C C C CL CL CL PARKING ANGLE A B C 0 22' 32' 32' 30 30' 48' 39' 45 34' 54' 47' 60 40' 62' 57' 90 44' 64' 64' 20' (SEE NOTE 2) NOTES: 1. ALL EXAMPLES SHOW 45 PARKING ANGLE WITH 9'x18' STALLS. 2. MINIMUM REQUIRED BACKUP DISTANCE. (TYPICAL FOR ALL PARKING BAYS) 3. IF LANDSCAPE ISLANDS ARE USED, DIMENSIONS SHALL BE MEASURED FROM FROM THE CENTERLINE OF THE ISLAND. 4. THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE MINIMUMS. GREATER AISLE WIDTH DIMENSIONS COULD BE PROVIDED SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER. FOR TWO WAY TRAFFIC TWO WAY TRAFFIC PARKING ANGLE A B C 0 34' 44' 44' A B C C C 30 41' 61' 44' CL CL CL ' 50' 66' 73' 53' 68' 90 44' 64' 64' NOTES: 1. ALL EXAMPLES SHOW 45 PARKING ANGLE WITH 9'x18' STALLS. 2. MINIMUM REQUIRED BACKUP DISTANCE. (TYPICAL FOR ALL PARKING BAYS) 3. IF LANDSCAPE ISLANDS ARE USED, DIMENSIONS SHALL BE MEASURED FROM FROM THE CENTERLINE OF THE ISLAND. 4. THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE MINIMUMS. GREATER AISLE WIDTH DIMENSIONS COULD BE PROVIDED SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER. PARKING STALL DIMENSIONS 0 PARKING 30 PARKING 45 PARKING 60 PARKING 90 PARKING 9' 10' 16.8' 7.8' 19.1' 6.36' 20.1' 4.5' 18' 2' OVERHANG 17.98' 12.73' 10.4' 3' NOTE: MINIMUM PARKING SPACE WIDTH SHALL BE: RESIDENTIAL: 9' NON-RESIDENTIAL: 10' CODE SECTION , FIGURE B MINIMUM PARKING LOT WIDTH FIGURE PM-03 DIMENSIONS SPECIFICATIONS

4 SHEET PM-04 TYPICAL PARKING LAYOUT AND PAVEMENT MARKIN R50' 24" STOP BAR SOLID 24' STRAIGHT ARROW INSTALLATION RECOMMENDED R10' 25 L.F. 4" DOUBLE R10' 3' 18' 18' 18' MIN. 4" SOLID 4" SOLID 10' 10' PROPOSED 4" SOLID BUILDING BLUE CL C 10' L 5' 5' MIN. MAIN ENTRANCE 18' TO BUILDING 5' 60 10' MIN. 4" SOLID 10' 10' 18' 10' (SEE NOTE) 4" SOLID R7-8 PARKING BY DISABLED PERMIT ONLY 18' 4" SOLID 3' R7-8 PARKING BY DISABLED PERMIT ONLY R5' R5' R7-8 PARKING BY DISABLED PERMIT ONLY 4' $ $ $ L.F. 4" DOUBLE R10' 30 PARKING 24" STOP BAR 90 PARKING BLUE BACKGROUND WHITE LETTERS SOLID 24' 60 PARKING R15' 25 L.F. R50' OF PAVEMENT EDGE 4" DOUBLE NOTE: END 6" WHITE NOTE: DRIVEWAY WIDTH CAN BE GREATER IF SHOWN END 6" WHITE THE STRIPING AND SIGNING SHOWN FOR TO BE NEEDED BASED ON TRAFFIC STUDY (UPON APPROVAL BY THE CITY ENGINEER). ONLY PARKING LOTS IS PER BROWARD COUNTY STANDARDS. ANY VARIANCE TO THIS STANDARD, PARTICULARLY THE A.D.A. COMPLIANT PEDESTRIAN EXTENT OF AISLE STRIPING AND SIGNING, WILL REQUIRE THE CITY ENGINEER'S APPROVAL. RAMP 4' 20' O.C. 6" - 2'-4' SKIP RIGHT TURN ARROW 24" STOP BAR OF PAVEMENT EDGE 6" - 6'-10' SKIP IF SOLID TAPER IS > 100' R 30' (MAX.) TAPER 50' 15' QUEUE LENGTH ** L2 L1 MINIMUM PARKING LOT WIDTH FIGURE PM-04 DIMENSIONS SPECIFICATIONS

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8 SHEET PM-08 MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES (MUTCD) NOTES: SECTION 2A.16 STANDARDIZATION OF LOCATION (MUTCD) 1. STANDARDIZATION OF POSITION CANNOT ALWAYS BE ATTAINED IN PRACTICE. SUGGESTED LOCATIONS FOR A NUMBER OF TYPICAL SIGNS ARE ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURES 2A-1 TO 2A STANDARD: SIGNS REQUIRING DIFFERENT DECISIONS BY THE ROAD USER SHALL BE SPACED SUFFICIENTLY FAR APART FOR THE REQUIRED DECISIONS TO BE MADE SAFELY. ONE OF THE FACTORS CONSIDERED WHEN DETERMINING THE APPROPRIATE SPACING SHALL BE THE POSTED OR 85TH-PERCENTILE SPEED. 3. GUIDANCE: SIGNS SHOULD BE LOCATED ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROADWAY WHERE THEY ARE EASILY RECOGNIZED AND UNDERSTOOD BY ROAD USERS. SIGNS IN OTHER LOCATIONS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ONLY AS SUPPLEMENTARY TO SIGNS IN THE NORMAL LOCATIONS, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED. SIGNS SHOULD BE INDIVIDUALLY INSTALLED ON SEPARATE POSTS OR MOUNTINGS EXCEPT WHERE ONE SIGN SUPPLEMENTS ANOTHER OR WHERE ROUTE OR DIRECTIONAL SIGNS MUST BE GROUPED. SIGNS SHOULD BE LOCATED SO THAT THEY: A. ARE OUTSIDE THE CLEAR ZONE UNLESS PLACED ON A BREAKAWAY OR YIELDING SUPPORT (SEE SECTION 2A.19); B. OPTIMIZE NIGHTTIME VISIBILITY; C. MINIMIZE THE EFFECTS OF MUD SPLATTER AND DEBRIS; D. DO NOT OBSCURE EACH OTHER; AND E. ARE NOT HIDDEN FROM VIEW. OPTION: UNDER SOME CIRCUMSTANCES, SUCH AS ON CURBS TO THE RIGHT, SIGNS MAY BE PLACED ON MEDIAN ISLANDS OR ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ROAD. A SUPPLEMENTARY SIGN LOCATED ON THE LEFT OF THE ROADWAY MAY BE USED ON A MULTI-LANE ROAD WHERE TRAFFIC IN THE RIGHT LANE MIGHT OBSTRUCT THE VIEW TO THE RIGHT. SECTION 2A.21 ORIENTATION 1. GUIDANCE: SIGNS SHOULD BE VERTICALLY-MOUNTED AT RIGHT ANGLES TO THE DIRECTION OF, AND FACING, THE TRAFFIC THAT THEY ARE INTENDED TO SERVE. SECTION 2B.15 LOCATION OF SPEED LIMIT SIGNS 1. STANDARD: SPEED LIMIT (R2-1) SIGNS, INDICATING SPEED LIMITS FOR WHICH POSTING IS REQUIRED BY LAW, SHALL BE LOCATED AT THE POINTS OF CHANGE FROM ONE SPEED LIMIT TO ANOTHER. AT THE END OF THE SECTION TO WHICH A SPEED LIMIT APPLIES, A SPEED LIMIT SIGN SHOWING THE NEXT SPEED LIMIT SHALL BE INSTALLED. ADDITIONAL SPEED LIMIT SIGNS SHALL BE INSTALLED BEYOND MAJOR INTERSECTIONS AND AT OTHER LOCATIONS WHERE IT IS NECESSARY TO REMIND ROAD USERS OF THE SPEED LIMIT THAT IS APPLICABLE. GENERAL NOTES: 1. ALL PAVEMENT MARKINGS SHALL BE THERMOPLASTIC. 2. MINIMUM PARKING SPACE WIDTH SHALL BE: RESIDENTIAL: 9' NON-RESIDENTIAL: 10' 3. FOR SCHOOL PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND SIGNAGE SEE FDOT INDEX NO (STATE OF DOT 2002 DESIGN STANDARDS) 4. RIGHT TURN LANE TAPERS AND DISTANCES SHALL BE IDENTICAL TO LEFT TURN LANES UNDER STOP CONDITIONS. RIGHT TURN LANE TAPERS AND/OR DISTANCES ARE SITE SPECIFIC UNDER FREE FLOW OR YIELD CONDITIONS (PER FDOT INDEX NO. 301). (STATE OF DOT 2002 DESIGN STANDARDS) 5. FOR ADDITIONAL STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES REFER TO FDOT INDEX NO. 600, 9535, AND THRU 17352; MUTCD; AND/OR BROWARD COUNTY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STANDARDS. (STATE OF DOT 2002 DESIGN STANDARDS) STATE OF DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION GENERAL NOTES: 1. WHITE LINES SEPARATE TRAFFIC IN THE SAME DIRECTION. 2. YELLOW LINES SEPARATE TRAFFIC IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION. 3. TURN ARROWS SHOULD BE SPACED EVENLY BETWEEN FIRST AND LAST ARROW. TURN LANES LONGER THAN 200' ADD ONE ARROW FOR EACH 100' ADDITIONAL LENGTH. (STATE OF DOT 2002 DESIGN STANDARDS) CLEAR ZONE: "THE TOTAL ROADSIDE BORDER AREA, STARTING AT THE EDGE OF THE TRAVELED WAY, THAT IS WIDE ENOUGH TO ALLOW AN ERRANT DRIVER TO STOP OR REGAIN CONTROL OF A VEHICLE. THIS AREA MIGHT CONSIST OF A SHOULDER, A RECOVERABLE SLOPE, AND/OR A NON-RECOVERABLE, TRAVERSABLE SLOP WITH A CLEAR RUN-OUT AREA AT ITS TOE." (MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES (MUTCD) PP. 1A-15., DECEMBER 2000) PAVEMENT MARKINGS GENERAL NOTES (1 OF 2) FIGURE PM-08

9 SHEET PM-09 NOTES: CENTERLINE STRIPING (TYPICALLY) SHALL BE PROVIDED ON DESIGNATED CITY ARTERIAL AND COLLECTOR ROADWAYS, WITH SKIP YELLOW CENTERLINE STRIPING ONLY PROVIDED WHERE PASSING IS INTENDED TO BE ALLOWED (UPON APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER). DOUBLE YELLOW STRIPING IS ALLOWABLE ON LOCAL STREETS ONLY IF THERE ARE SIGHT DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS. PERMANENT AND/OR TEMPORARY STRIPING AND/OR SIGNAGE IN A CUL-DE-SAC, NON-COLLECTOR ROAD, PRIVATE ROAD, PRIVATE DRIVE, AND/OR SECONDARY ROAD WITHIN RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISIONS MAY BE SUBJECT TO THE CITY ENGINEER'S AND/OR BROWARD COUNTY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING RECOMMENDATION DUE TO SAFETY AND/OR ANY OTHER TRAFFIC ISSUES. FOR SPECIFIC SCENARIOS INVOLVING BICYCLE LANES STRIPING, PLEASE CONSULT THE MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES (MUTCD - LATEST EDITION), AND/OR DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT) ROADWAY AND TRAFFIC DESIGN (LATEST EDITION), AND/OR BROWARD STANDARDS COUNTY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STANDARDS. THE BUS BAY DESIGN SHOWN IS PER BROWARD COUNTY STANDARDS. LONGER EXIT AND DEPARTURE TAPERS AND STOPPING ARE LENGTH FOR BUS BAYS CAN BE PROVIDED WHERE NECESSARY (UPON APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER). PAVEMENT MARKINGS GENERAL NOTES (2 OF 2) FIGURE PM-09

10 SHEET PM-10 MINIMUM RECOMMENDED TURN LANE DIMENSIONS DESIGN SPEED (MPH) CLEARANCE DISTANCE L1 BRAKE TO STOP DISTANCE L2 TOTAL DECEL DISTANCE 35 70' 75' 145' 40 80' 75' 155' 45 85' 100' 185' IN CASE OF DISCREPANCY, CONSULT FDOT INDEX NO * L2 IS MEASURED FROM THE END OF TAPER TO END OF QUEUE. ** QUEUE LENGTH IS MEASURED FROM STOP BAR OR FROM THE MEDIAN NOSE RADIAL POINT. QUEUE LENGTH SHALL BE DETERMINED BY A PROFESSIONAL TRAFFIC ENGINEER ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS, AND IS SITE SPECIFIC. MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FIGURE PM-10 TURNING LANE DIMENSIONS

11 SHEET PM-11 4' 8' (MAX.) CENTER TO CENTER CASE II CASE II CASE II 5' GRASS TYPE "F" CURB & GUTTER 35' R 5' GRASS 24' GRASS 5' RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 40' O.C. 6" - 10'-30' SKIP 60' RPM'S 15' 50 L.F. LOCATE AT CENTERLINE OF APPROACH W14-1 DEAD END 6" - 10'-30' SKIP RPM'S CASE I W1-7 CASE I CASE I PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY TEE INTERSECTION FIGURE PM-11

12 SHEET PM-12 40' O.C. LEFT TURN ARROW 30' (MAX.) 24" STOP BAR SOLID 30' (MAX.) 24" STOP BAR SOLID 40' O.C. LEFT TURN ARROW TYPICAL LAYOUT AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHIN FIGURE PM-12 THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY (PAGE 1 OF 4)

13 SHEET PM-13 RIGHT TURN 20' O.C. 40' O.C. WHITE MAXIMUM SPACING 1320' QUEUE LENGTH ** L.F. 20' 20' O.C. QUEUE LENGTH ** 4' 6' 6' R3-17 ONLY 4' 65' 4' LEFT TURN ARROW 12" 20' O.C. 8' 8' INSIDE SIGNALIZED INTERSECTION (TYPICAL) 1' O.C. QUEUE LENGTH ** 6' R4-7 STD. (AS REQUIRED) REQUIRED PAVERS A.D.A. COMPLIANT PEDESTRIAN RAMP 24" STOP BAR SOLID S1-1 20' O.C. WHITE S1-1 W16-9P AHEAD TYPICAL LAYOUT AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHIN FIGURE PM-13 THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY (PAGE 2 OF 4)

14 SHEET PM-14 18" SOLID 45 WITH AMBER/ AMBER BOTH SIDES OF DOUBLE 10'-30' SKIP TAPER 50' L1 TAPER 50' WHITE DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC 15' 6" - 10'-30' SKIP 6" - 10'-30' SKIP WHITE L2 L2 15' L1 15' RIGHT TURN 20' O.C. 40' O.C. WHITE MAXIMUM SPACING 1320' QUEUE LENGTH ** L.F. 20' 20' O.C. QUEUE LENGTH ** 4' 6' 6' R3-17 ONLY 4' 65' 4' LEFT TURN ARROW 12" SOLID TYPICAL LAYOUT AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHIN FIGURE PM-14 THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY (PAGE 3 OF 4)

15 40' O.C. (TYP) Job SHEET PM-15 INSIDE EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR CURB 6" - 2'-4' SKIP PAVEMENT 6" - 6'-10' SKIP IF RPM'S TAPER IS > 100' OF PAVEMENT EDGE REQUIRED 6' 1' O.C. 6" - 10'-30' SKIP PAVERS LEFT TURN R3-4 TRAFFIC SEPARATOR ARROW REQUIRED PAVERS T 18" SOLID 1"-2" A-A A.D.A. COMPLIANT PEDESTRIAN RAMP TAPER 50' 24" STOP BAR 15' SOLID 12" SOLID L2 L1 40' O.C. TAPER 50' (AS REQUIRED) LENGTH ** L1 L2 QUEUE 15' 24" STOP BAR 6" - 10'-30' SKIP SOLID 6'-8" RIGHT TURN ARROW A.D.A. COMPLIANT 20' O.C. RAMP 100' MAX. SPACING A-A PAVEMENT ONLY A-A A.D.A. COMPLIANT PEDESTRIAN RAMP RIGHT 20' O.C. ARROW EDGE OF PAVEMEN ) 20' O.C. L2 L2 QUEUE LENGTH ** 6' 1' O.C. TAPER 50' TRAFFIC SEPARATOR R4-7 (AS REQUIRED) REQUIRED 40' O.C. PAVERS 6" - 2'-4' SKIP "BUS"/"ONLY" PAVEMENT MESSAGE OF PAVEMENT EDGE R2-1 32' 32' SPEED LIMIT 00 R7-107 A-A BUS STOP PARKING 36' 100' 60' TYPICAL LAYOUT AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHIN FIGURE PM-15 THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY (PAGE 4 OF 4)

16 SHEET PM-16 DISTANCE BASED ON SLOPE NOTE: VARIES 6' VARIES ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACES SHALL COMPLY WITH SOUTH BUILDING CODE, ADA, AND LOCAL ORDINANCES. +0.6' 1:12 (MAX.) 1:12 (MAX.) 1:16 (RECOMMENDED) 1:16 (RECOMMENDED) ACCESSIBLE PARKING SIGN (7'-0" TO BOTTOM OF SIGN) +0.1' +0.1' +0.6' EDGE OF PAVEMENT 5' CONC. (ACCESSIBLE ROUTE) (FLUSHED) +0.5' +0.0' SLOPE UP RAMP LANDING SLOPE UP +0.0' +0.5' PROP. 4" Solid Blue WHEEL White Blue 18' STOP STANDARD PARKING SPACE 4" Solid White SLOPE SHALL NOT EXCEED 2% IN ANY DIRECTION ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACE 3' 4" Solid White 4" 4" 4" EQ EQ ACCESSIBLE SYMBOL SHALL BE WHITE IN COLOR 10'-0" -0" 5'-0" L C (MINIMUM) C L (MINIMUM) C L ACCESSIBLE PARKING DETAIL N.T.S. HANDICAP PARKING DETAIL FIGURE PM-16

17 SHEET PM-17 EDGE OF DETECTABLE 5.2" 2.35" DOME PATTERN SHALL BE IN-LINE WITH DIRECTION OF TRAVEL WARNING 5.2" INTEGRAL DOME 2.35" 0.9" 0.2" TRUNCATED DOME PLAN VIEW NOTES: 1. DETECTABLE WARNING PER FDOT INDEX # ALL CURB RAMPS SHALL HAVE DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACES THAT EXTEND THE FULL WIDTH OF THE RAMP AND IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL 24" INCHES FROM THE BACK OF CURB. DETECTABLE WARNING DETAIL FIGURE PM-17

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