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Project Delivery Network

Roadway Design QC Checklist


Version
02/05/2014

QC Manager:
UDOT Central Preconstruction Standards Engineer
Introduction
The Project Delivery Network Roadway Design QC Checklist is to be used with the UDOT QC/QA Procedures.
This checklist is a tool to assist the project team in verifying all work is produced with due diligence, using
acceptable industry standard techniques, available resources and data, and reasonable decisions by
competent professionals. The checklist is a tool and cannot replace the sound judgment and experience of
competent professionals. It is the Design Teams responsibility to verify the quality of project documents
before distribution.
For suggestions or answers to questions please contact:
George Lukes
UDOT Central Preconstruction Standards Engineer
Phone: 801-965-4986 Email: glukes@utah.gov
QC Documentation
Consistently documenting the QC process is an essential step to the QC procedures. The documentation
provides the following benefits:
1. It confirms for project teams that each step in the QC process was completed correctly.
2. It confirms for UDOT that the QC procedures are followed consistently by all project teams.
3. It provides the opportunity for all to find ways of improving the QC/QA procedures.
Documentation has always been used by the project team to perform required quality assurance verification
and has been maintained by the design team for reference during construction. It has also served as the way
for UDOT to perform project audits to verify the design team followed the required QC/QA procedures.
Providing this documentation in ProjectWise increases the opportunities to realize the benefits of QC
documentation.
UDOT requires the Originator to upload all QC documentation for each deliverable into ProjectWise and
attribute it as directed by this QC/QA Design Checklist (see Recommended QC Documentation Table). Every
deliverable and applicable checklist item must have some form of documentation demonstrating the QC was
completed. The QC documentation must be uploaded at or before each milestone review package
distribution. The QC process is incomplete until all QC documentation is uploaded and attributed correctly.
The following recommendations are provided for creating QC documentation files:
Provide all QC documentation required to review the QC process.
Separate or combine QC documentation into files that are logical for the size and complexity of the
project. For example, smaller projects can combine multiple disciplines plan sheets into one QC file
while larger projects should maintain separate files.
Insert the entire final deliverable copy into the file before the QC check prints.
Example: M&P deliverable, M&P check prints
Collate the plan sheets, specifications, and special provisions so that each sheet and spec. has the
deliverable and check print redlines together.
Example: EC-01 deliverable, EC-01 check prints, EC-02 deliverable, EC-02 check prints, etc.
UDOT QC Documentation Recommendations and Instructions
A balance between consistency and flexibility is required to meet the demands of quality control and the
variation in project scopes, teams, budgets, and methods. UDOT is not providing a list of requirements for
QC documentation to help meet this balance. UDOT is only requiring that the project team provide all QC
documentation, upload it to ProjectWise, and attribute it properly.

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Recommended QC Documentation and UDOT QC Instructions are provided within the checklist to assist
project teams, Checkers, and QA reviewers. These recommendations and instructions are given as guidance
and are not meant to change the way a project team performs their QC process if the process meets all UDOT
requirements. Project teams may adapt the recommendations and instructions as needed or use them to
verify their process meets UDOTs requirements. The recommendations and instructions are not and cannot
be completely comprehensive so it is necessary for project teams to make some alterations to the
recommendations as needed to meet specific project challenges.
The UDOT QC Instructions for each checklist item or group of checklist items can be found italicized under
the corresponding items followed by the right justified Recommended QC Documentation.
Not all checklist items have a recommended QC documentation. The completed checklist serves as the QC
documentation for these items. Provide additional documentation when available.
Some checklist items require coordination, acceptance, or approval to be completed. A space has been
provided for these items to identify the documentation being provided as evidence of completion.
The Originator is responsible to have all their work checked and to provide and upload all documentation.
The Checker is responsible to complete a thorough check and provide all documentation to the Originator.
Complete QC reviews before deliverable distribution.

QC Checklist Instructions
It is required to complete and upload into ProjectWise all 14 Design QC Checklists unless otherwise noted by
the UDOT Project Manager on the Project QC/QA Plan (see the UDOT QC/QA Procedures for the Project QC/QA
Plan form and instructions). The Checker must verify all items in the checklist are complete and correct for each
deliverable listed along with any additional items the Checker deems necessary.
The checklist items are not to be interpreted as the only items that need to be checked.
The Checker places his or her name in the space provided at the beginning of the checklist. Fill out
one checklist and include all names if multiple Checkers are used for the same deliverable. Place the
Checkers initials next to each item they checked. Use the text box to the left of the item number
provided in the form for the Checkers initials unless the item is not applicable.
Check the checkbox next to each item that has been checked. Place an NA in the checkbox or the text
box provided to the left of each item number if the item is not applicable to the project. ALL items
must have check mark or NA.
Provide documentation demonstrating the action occurred for checklist items that recommend
Approval Documentation, Coordination Documentation, or Acceptance Documentation.
Documentation may be formal communications, emails, meeting notes, phone conversation logs, or
other forms that document communication process. Place the file name in the space provided and
follow the attributing convention in the Recommended QC Documentation Table.
Provided at the end of each checklist is an Estimate Review Checklist. Complete and submit this
checklist when checking the estimate as well as completing any checkboxes found on the activity
checklist.
A comments sheet is provided at the end of each disciplines checklist for the Originator and Checker
to make comments, notes, and clarifications. Only one comment sheet is provided to minimize space
and printing when printing the entire checklist. Use this sheet to document and consolidate the QC
check comments.
Each discipline checklist is separated into activity checklists. Complete the activity checklists
necessary for the phase of the project. The Recommended QC Documentation table recommends
uploading each activity checklist as a separate file. The checklists may be combined, but each

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checklist must be included in the file name and attributed properly (example:
QC_4U1_4U3_Checklist_ddmmyy).
Every checklist item in each section of all required Design QC Checklists (see the Project QC/QA
Plan) must be completed. It is unacceptable to address an entire section with a blanket statement or a
continuous line through all boxes. Each item must have NA next to it even if an entire activity or
section is not applicable.
Previously completed checklists may need to be completed again if, after a milestone, changes were
made to elements checked on the previous checklist. Complete the necessary checklist items
associated with the changed element and mark NA on all other items. Combine these checklists
with the existing phase checklist into one file (example: QC_4R1_3R1_Checklist_ddmmyy).
Do not recheck items that have been QC checked previously and have not changed or are not affected
by a change.
The Originator is required to upload the completed checklist into ProjectWise and attribute it correctly (see
Recommended QC Documentation Table) once all items are checked and verified. Properly attributed documents
can be verified by checking the QC Saved Search folders in ProjectWise.
The following explanations are to aid in completing the QC checklist items:
A checklist item deemed complete, correct, or accurate does not denote that the item is perfect,
but rather that the item satisfies design criteria based on known information, acceptable techniques,
and sound judgment.
A checklist item deemed addressed denotes the item as reviewed all known concerns and verified
the concerns are appropriately mitigated and satisfy design criteria. Addressed concerns are not
necessarily incorporated into the design, but satisfactorily mitigated.
A checklist item deemed identified denotes the item as an acceptable and economical approach to
satisfy design criteria based on known information.
A checklist item deemed verified denotes the item as verified the approach/conclusion as
acceptable based on known information.
QC Documentation ProjectWise/Attributing Instructions
ALL QC documentation must be uploaded into ProjectWise and attributed correctly. Please see UDOT
ProjectWise Online Training for more information on ProjectWise and attributing documents.
There are three potential attributing scenarios for all QC documentation in ProjectWise:
1. Not in ProjectWise initially (e.g. scanned documents that will be uploaded/attributed)
2. Already in ProjectWise but either not attributed or attributed incorrectly
3. Already in ProjectWise and correctly attributed for another reason but also in need of a supplemental
attribute specifically for QC
No matter how the required documents initially exist, all must be attributed for QC as directed below or the
QC documentation is not considered complete as required
It is required to properly attribute ALL QC documentation. To assist project teams properly name and
attribute each document, the following table Recommended QC Documentation provides naming and
attributing conventions for all recommended QC documentation. These naming and attributing conventions
can be adapted for use with all additional documentation or altered for combining documents. Name a file
logically with all elements included in the file and follow the naming and attributing convention if altering or
combining files. Remember, the goal of naming and attributing is to make the document searchable by
someone not intimately associated with the project.

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Recommended QC Documentation

Document Type Document Document


Recommended Documentation Naming Convention Document Subtype
Filter Type Phase***
Maintenance/Preconstruction Site Visit Form See form for naming and attributing instructions
Maintenance Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_M_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution Scoping
Roadway Deficiencies Evaluation List PIN_ RoadDeficienciesEvaluation_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design Scoping
Preliminary Typical Section Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_PrelimTS_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet Scoping
Design Coordination Documentation PIN_ QC_RD_Coordination_DiscplName _mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Meeting Scoping
Preliminary Input Printout Redlines PIN_ QC_RD_DesignElementID_ Input_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design Scoping
Preliminary Design Calculations Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_DesignElementID_ Calcs_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design Scoping
Preliminary Footprint Review Drawing Redlines PIN_ QC_RD_FootprintReview_ SC_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design Scoping
Scoping Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN_ QC_Engineer's_Estimate_Scoping_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate Scoping
Checklist 1R1 PIN_ QC_1R1_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist Scoping
Scoping Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_Scoping_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution GR
Recommended Alignments Review Drawing Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_Alignments_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design GR
Recommended Alignments Input Printout Redlines PIN_ QC_RD_DesignElementID_ Input_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design GR
Recommended Alignments Design Calculations Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_DesignElementID_ Calcs_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design GR
Design Exceptions & Design Waiver Redlines* PIN _QC_Desgin_Exceptions_GR_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents GR
Deviation from Standards Redlines* PIN _QC_Deviations_GR_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents GR
Geometry Review Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_GR_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate GR
Checklist 2R1 PIN_ QC_2R1_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist GR
Geometry Review Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_GR_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PIH
Preliminary Input Printout Redlines PIN_ QC_RD_DesignElementID_ Input_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design PIH
Preliminary Design Calculations Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_DesignElementID_ Calcs_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design PIH
Preliminary Roadway Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_ RD_PlanSheets_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Preliminary Roadway Typical Section Redlines PIN _QC_TS_PlanSheets_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Design Exceptions & Design Waiver Redlines* PIN _QC_Desgin_Exceptions_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PIH
Deviation from Standards Redlines* PIN _QC_Deviations_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PIH
Test Level 5 Barrier Request Form Redlines PIN _QC_Test_Level_5_Form_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PIH
Plan-in-Hand Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PIH
Checklist 3R1 PIN_ QC_3R1_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PIH

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Recommended QC Documentation

Document Type Document Document


Recommended Documentation Naming Convention Document Subtype
Filter Type Phase***
Geometry Review Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_GR_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PIH
Preliminary Signing and Striping Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_SS/ST_ PlanSheets_ PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Overhead Sign Location Design Redlines PIN_ QC_OverheadSignLocations_ PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Design PIH
Preliminary MOT Sheet Redlines PIN_ QC_ MT_PlanSheets_ PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Plan-in-Hand Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PIH
Checklist 3R2* PIN_ QC_3R2_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PIH
Preliminary Signal Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_ SG_PlanSheets_ PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Preliminary Lighting Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_LT_PlanSheets_ PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PIH
Cooperative Agreement Redlines PIN_ QC_CoopAgree_MuniName_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PIH
Coordination Documentation PIN_ QC_Coordination_DiscplName _mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Meeting PIH
Plan-in-Hand Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PIH
Checklist 3R3 PIN_ QC_3R3_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PIH
Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PS&E
Roadway Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_RD_PlanSheets_ PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
Roadway Grading Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_GR_PlanSheets_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
Roadway Summary Sheets Redlines PIN _QC_SM_PlanSheets_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
Special Provisions Redlines* PIN _QC_Specs_PSE_mmddyy* Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
M&P Redlines* PIN _QC_MP_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
A&D Redlines* PIN _QC_Accept_Doc_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
PS&E Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PS&E
Checklist 4R1 PIN_ QC_4R1_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PS&E
Plan-in-Hand Review Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PS&E
Signing and Striping Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_SS/ST _PlanSheets_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
Signing and Striping Summary Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_SM_PlanSheets_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
MOT Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_MT_PlanSheets_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
PS&E Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PS&E
Special Provisions Redlines* PIN _QC_Specs_PSE_mmddyy ** Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
M&P Redlines* PIN _QC_MP_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
A&D Redlines* PIN _QC_Accept_Doc_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
Checklist 4R2 PIN_ QC_4R2_Checklist_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PS&E

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Recommended QC Documentation

Document Type Document Document


Recommended Documentation Naming Convention Document Subtype
Filter Type Phase***
Plan-in-Hand Review Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PS&E
State Furnished Materials Form Redlines PIN _QC_StateFurnMaterials_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
Signal Sheet Redlines PIN_ QC_SG_PlanSheets_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
PS&E Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PS&E
Special Provisions Redlines* PIN_QC_ Specs_ PSE_mmddyy** Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
M&P Redlines* PIN _QC_MP_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
A&D Redlines* PIN _QC_Accept_Doc_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
Plan-in-Hand Review Comment Resolution Form* PIN _CRF_PIH_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Comment Resolution PS&E
Lighting Sheets Redlines PIN_ QC_LT_PlanSheets_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Plan Sheet PS&E
PS&E Engineer's Estimate Redlines* PIN _QC_Engineer's_Estimate_PSE_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Engineer's Estimate PS&E
Special Provisions Redlines* PIN _QC_Specs_PSE_mmddyy** Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
M&P Redlines* PIN _QC_MP_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
A&D Redlines* PIN _QC_Accept_Doc_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + Project Documents PS&E
Checklist 4R3 PIN_ QC_4R3_Checklist_mmddyy Roadway Design QC/QA + QC Checklist PS&E
*Files typically combined with other disciplines into one documentation file. Coordinate with the other disciplines that will provide these documents and the Design Leader. If not
combined into one project QC file, provide appropriate file name identifiers and attributing.
** Use Pin _QC_SpecNo_SpecName_mmddyy when separating spec files; maintain correct attributing.
*** Use the appropriate document phase; this list is given as a guide.

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1R1 Develop Roadway Scope
Determine the preliminary project footprint.

References

1. AASHTO, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets


2. UDOT Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
3. 13 Critical Elements
4. UDOT Additional Design Criteria
5. Project Development Business System (PDBS)
6. UDOT Project Delivery Network
7. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
8. UDOT Practical Design Guide
9. Estimate Review Checklist

Preliminary Footprint Review Drawing


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. A field visit was conducted.
2. The designer coordinated with maintenance and their comments are documented and addressed.

Verify the site visit was conducted and the form completed and uploaded into ProjectWise.
Required QC Documentation: Maintenance/Preconstruction Site Visit Certification Form
Verify all discipline related comments are documented, addressed, and all actions are implemented. See the
Design Leader Checklist 1Y2 for more information on the comment resolution form.
Recommended QC Documentation: Maintenance Comment Resolution Form (M-CRF)
3. Roadway related deficiencies were developed and reviewed.
a. Obtained capacity and safety deficiencies from project traffic engineer
b. Reviewed multi-modal needs
c. Roadway related deficiencies were considered and addressed.
i. Capacity deficiencies
ii. Safety needs
iii. Multi-modal needs
iv. For deficiencies not addressed, adequate justification is provided
Review the list and coordinate any comments and errors with the designer. Use this checklist as the
documentation and note on the checklist all review comments and revisions.
Required QC Documentation: Roadway Deficiencies Evaluation List

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1R1 Continued

4. Preliminary typical sections developed to determine roadway footprint.


a. Each typical section conforms to the PDC.
b. Each typical section correctly shows the existing and proposed roadway width.
Check the typical sections following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Typical Section Redlines
5. Coordination with the following disciplines occurred and their preliminary designs incorporated
into the preliminary footprint.
a. Environmental
b. Right of Way
c. Hydraulics
d. Structures
e. Utilities
f. Traffic and Safety
Review the coordination documentation for each group. If a discipline is not part of the project, place an NA
in the checkbox. The documentation may be meeting notes, emails, etc.
Recommended Documentation: Design Coordination Documentation (for each discipline)
6. All computer program input is entered correctly.
Check the input following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.2.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Input Printout Redlines
7. All calculations are correct.
Check the calculations following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.1.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Design Calculations Redlines
8. The preliminary cut/fill lines approximations are appropriate for the level of effort and available
information.
9. If preliminary horizontal and vertical alignments were developed, they meet design standards
(see 2R1 for checklist items).
10. The Preliminary Footprint Review Drawing is ready for distribution and review.
a. Known existing topography is shown in the correct grayscale.
b. Known ROW is shown (existing and proposed).
c. If developed, preliminary horizontal and vertical alignments are included.
i. Each alignment named correctly
ii. Coordinates for POB, POE, and crossings with other alignments labeled correctly
iii. Bearings of tangents labeled correctly
iv. Curve information is labeled correctly.

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1R1 Continued

d. All information appropriate for review of the proposed footprint is included and correct.
e. Drawings are prepared in the format(s) approved by the Project Manager and reviewers.
There is no required version of the review drawing (plan sheets, roll plot, etc.) but the design must be QC
checked and the QC documentation uploaded onto ProjectWise. Check the design and review drawing
following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Footprint Review Drawing Redlines

Preliminary Roadway Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The preliminary roadway cost estimate was reviewed using the Estimate Review Checklist
(found at the end of this document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Scoping Engineers Estimate Redlines

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2R1 Model Initial Roadway Design
Determine the recommended horizontal and vertical alignments by developing the initial roadway model.

References

1. AASHTO, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets


2. UDOT Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
3. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
4. 13 Critical Elements
5. UDOT Additional Design Criteria
6. UDOT CADD Standards
7. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
8. Design Exception, Design Waivers, and Deviation from Standards Forms
9. Project Development Business System
10. UDOT Project Delivery Network
11. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
12. UDOT Practical Design Guide
13. Estimate Review Checklist

Recommended Alignments Review Drawing


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the design leader.
2. All comment resolution form revisions are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Required QC Documentation: Scoping Comment Resolution Form (S-CRF)
3. Horizontal alignments meet design standards.
a. 13 Critical Elements (4)
b. Additional Design Criteria (5)
c. AASHTO chapter 3 (1)
d. Minimum radius requirements (1)
e. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction Section 7 (2)
f. Stationing goes from south to north or west to east and reads left to right.
g. For an alignment that follows an existing alignment, the new alignment is based off
ROW markers or common tie points between the existing alignment and the proposed
alignment.

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4. Vertical alignments meet design standards.


a. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction Section 7 (2)
b. K>Kmin (1)
c. Minimum length of vertical curve (L min = 3V) (1)
d. Checked for hydraulic requirements (1)
e. Min. slope = 0.3%, 0.5% preferred
f. Ksag < 167
g. Consulted with Region Hydraulics Engineer about potential drainage issues
5. Superelevations meet design standards or design exception.
a. Does not exceed UDOT approved maximum superelevation (2, 1)
b. Follows transition rates in AASHTO (1)
c. Transitions for change in cross slope in order to tie into cross streets follow
superelevation transition rates
d. All reverse superelevations are identified.
6. Horizontal and vertical alignments were coordinated with the structures team.
7. The initial roadway model contains all necessary information to analyze the proposed design.
8. The model templates represent all aspects of the proposed roadway.
a. Number of lanes and width
b. Superelevations
c. Turn bays (based on assumed lengths)
d. Shoulders and bike lanes
e. Curb and gutter
f. Sidewalks and park strips
g. Sideslope treatments
i. Clear zones
ii. Retaining walls
9. The proposed design surface represents the proposed design.
10. All cut/fill lines are within existing or proposed ROW.
11. All impacts due to cut/fill lines are addressed.
12. Correct clear zone used for the design speed and ADT.
13. The roadway design complies with the PDC.
14. Potential utility conflicts are identified and coordinated with the Region Utility and Railroad
Coordinator.

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2R1 Continued

15. Surface drainage was coordinated with the drainage engineer.


16. All flat spots are identified.
17. The Roadway Review Drawing is ready for distribution and review
a. Existing topography is in proper grayscale.
b. Existing features are labeled as needed.
c. All street names are included and correct.
d. North arrow and scale is included and correct.
e. Preliminary cut/full lines are shown.
f. Existing and proposed ROW is shown.
g. Proposed horizontal and vertical alignments are included and annotated correctly.
i. Each alignment named correctly
ii. Coordinates for POB, POE, and crossings with other alignments labeled correctly
iii. Bearings of tangents labeled correctly
iv. Curve information is labeled correctly
h. For vertical alignments the following are correctly shown.
i. Existing ground
ii. Profile grid elevations
iii. Intersected streets, railroads, grade-separated structures, culverts, streams, etc.
i. Labels are included and correct for all design features needing identification.
j. Striping was considered if needed to show lane widths.
k. All necessary information for a proper review of the initial roadway design is included.
There is no required version of the review drawing (plan sheets, roll plot, etc.) but the design must be QC
checked and the QC documentation uploaded onto ProjectWise. Check the review drawing and design
following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Recommended Alignments Review Drawing Redlines
18. All computer program input is entered correctly.
Check the input following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.2.
Recommended QC Documentation: Recommended Alignments Input Printout Redlines
19. All calculations are correct.
Check the design calculation following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.1.
Recommended QC Documentation: Recommended Alignments Design Calculations Redlines

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2R1 Continued

Design Exceptions, Design Waivers, and Deviation from Standards Forms


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. Design exception and design waiver form is complete for any design element that does not meet
the 13 critical elements or additional design criteria.
2. Deviation from standards form is complete for any design element not conforming to UDOT
standards.
3. Cost estimates justifying exception(s), waiver(s), and/or deviation(s) from standards are
appropriate.
Check each form following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3, including all calculations.
Recommended QC Documentation: Design Exceptions & Design Waiver Redlines
Recommended QC Documentation: Deviation from Standards Redlines

Roadway Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The roadway cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of
this document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Geometry Review Engineers Estimate Redlines

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3R1 Complete Roadway Design
This activity will result in a completed design for the project. Based on decisions from 2V1, refine the
roadway model to include items like guardrail slope flattening, curb returns, and widening for overhead sign
locations. Modify the design as necessary to include other discipline needs like drainage facilities, utilities,
signal, signs, and ATMS.

References
1. (AASHTO, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
2. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
3. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
4. 13 Critical Elements
5. UDOT Additional Design Criteria
6. UDOT CADD Standards
7. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
8. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
9. Design Exception, Design Waivers, and Deviation from Standards Forms
10. Project Development Business System (PDBS)
11. UDOT Project Delivery Network
12. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
13. UDOT Practical Design Guide
14. UDOT Median Barrier Selection Process
15. Test Level 5 Barrier Warrants/Approval Request Form
16. Estimate Review Checklist

Preliminary Roadway Plan and Profile Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
2. All comment resolution form revisions are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions implemented. Verify all comments not
retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section 6.0 for
more information.
Required QC Documentation: Geometry Review Comment Resolution Form (GR-CRF)
3. All computer program input is entered correctly.
Check the input following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.2.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Input Printout Redlines
4. All calculations are correct.
Check the design calculation following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.1.
Recommended QC Documentation: Recommended Alignments Design Calculations Redlines

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5. All revisions to alignments conform to design standards (use applicable items from 2R1
checklist).
6. Templates for each unique section of the design are complete.
7. For each template, the following are correct:
a. Number of lanes and width
b. Superelevations
c. Turn bays (based on assumed lengths)
d. Shoulders and bike lanes
e. Curb and gutter
f. Sidewalks and park strips
g. Sideslope treatments
i. Clear zones
ii. Retaining walls
h. Pavement section
i. Transitions
i. Gore areas
ii. Lane widening
8. Roadway model is complete
a. Grading is complete and considers the following
i. Accommodations for guardrails and barriers
ii. Driveways and approaches
iii. Curb returns
iv. Cross streets
v. Accommodations for drainage
vi. Overhead sign locations
vii. Retaining walls
viii. Major and minor structures
b. All design surfaces are created
c. All cut/fill lines are within the ROW
d. All additional ROW, utility, and other impacts are identified
9. All driveway connections meet UDOT requirements. (8, 2)
10. Adequate sight distance and traffic signal sight distance is provided.
11. Adequate sight distance is provided at all critical locations. (2, 1)

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12. Adequate protection is provided for all clear zone hazards. (2)
13. Length of need (LON) conforms to UDOT standards. (2)
14. Correct median barrier (14)
15. Proposed end treatments meet UDOT requirements. (2, 1)
16. All pedestrian facilities meet UDOT and ADA requirements.
17. Adequate pavement width is provided based on the turning radius of the design vehicle.
18. Curb and gutter, sidewalk, park strip, and median locations, types, and widths meet the
requirements of the project and conform to UDOT standards.
19. All curb return radii conform to UDOT standards. (2)
20. All side treatments meet UDOT standards. (3)
21. All cross street tie-ins conform to UDOT standards. (2)
22. All roadway environmental commitments are addressed.
23. All items in the OSR are addressed.
24. The roadway design conforms to UDOT CADD Standards. (6)
25. The roadway design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or necessary
approval for non-standard design elements was obtained. (8)
26. The design fulfills the goals of the project scope.
27. The roadway design includes all necessary elements to construct the project.
28. All preliminary plan sheets conform to UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards. (7)
e. All sheets are cut appropriately.
f. All reference files are properly attached.
g. Plan sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
29. Roadway Plan Sheets are complete. (See (7) Roadway Plan Sheet Requirements)**
h. The items from the RD Sheet Checklist which are necessary for a Plan-in-Hand Review
are complete and correct. (7)
30. Roadway Profile Sheets are complete. (See (7) Roadway Profile Sheet Requirements)**
i. The RP Sheet Checklist (Profile) items are complete. (7)
j. The RP Sheet Checklist (Superelevation) items are complete. (7)
k. The profile grid is labeled correctly on each sheet.
31. (If required) The cross sections are complete.
l. The correct proposed pavement section is used.
m. All proposed roadway features are correctly shown.

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n. Cut/fill areas, side slopes, and retaining walls are shown correctly.
o. All labels, callouts, and dimensions are correct.
Check the design and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Roadway Sheets Redlines

Preliminary Typical Section Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. Typical sections are complete. (See (7) - Typical Sections)
a. The number of typical sections is consistent with PSDS guidelines.
b. Each typical section correctly shows the proposed roadway width (included existing
roadway for any portion of existing roadway not reconstructed).
i. Lane and shoulder widths are correct.
ii. All side slope treatments are displayed and labeled correctly.
iii. Curb & gutter, park strip, and sidewalk are displayed and labeled correctly.
c. Proposed and existing pavement thickness is shown and labeled correctly (based on
available information).
d. The typical sections match the design model exactly.
e. Station limits are correct.
2. Typical Section Plan Sheets are complete. (See (7) Typical Section)**
a. The TS Checklist items are complete. (7)
b. If a table is used to reduce number of typical sections, the begin and end station and
offsets for each roadway feature are correctly identified.
c. Reference file guidelines are followed.
Check TS sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary TS Sheets Redlines

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Design Exceptions, Design Waivers, and Deviation from Standards Forms


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. Design exception and design waiver form is complete for any design element that does not meet
the 13 critical elements or additional design criteria.
2. Deviation from standards form is complete for any design element not conforming to UDOT
standards.
3. Cost estimates justifying exception(s), waiver(s), and/or deviation(s) from standards are
appropriate.
Check each form following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3, including all calculations.
Recommended QC Documentation: Design Exceptions & Design Waiver Redlines
Recommended QC Documentation: Deviation from Standards Redlines

Test Level 5 Barrier Warrants/Approval Request Form


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The form is necessary. (15)
2. The form is complete with all approval signatures.
3. The form is posted on ProjectWise.
Check form following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: Test Level 5 Barrier Request Form Redlines

Roadway Cost Estimate

Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The Roadway cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end
of this document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Engineers Estimate Redlines

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Roadway Design QC Checklist
3R2 Complete Signing and Striping Design
Using the roadway model as a guide, develop the signing and striping design for the project. Locate
appropriate sites for placement of overhead sign structures (if applicable). Develop MOT design. Develop
preliminary signing, striping, and MOT plan sheets.

References

1. (MUTCD) Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices


2. UDOT Sign Manual
3. Structures Design and Detailing Manual
4. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
5. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
6. UDOT CADD Standards
7. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
8. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
9. Project Development Business System
10. UDOT Project Delivery Network
11. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
12. UDOT Practical Design Guide
13. Estimate Review Checklist

Preliminary Signing and Striping Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the design leader.
2. All revisions based on review comments are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Required QC Documentation: Geometry Review Comment Resolution Form (GR-CRF)
3. All signing and striping conforms to the latest UDOT accepted version of the MUTCD.
4. The signing design is complete.
a. All guide signs have been designed using approved computer software.
b. Sign installation is appropriate for each sign.
c. The design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or necessary
approval for non-standard design elements was obtained.
d. All signs to be replaced, modified, or upgraded are in accordance with the project scope.
e. Signs required for the project, but located outside the project limits, were considered.

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5. The Striping design is complete.


a. Lane widths, tapers, and transitions meet UDOT standards and approved PDC.
b. The signing and striping addresses findings in the capacity analysis.
c. All striping types and sizes are correct.
d. Crosswalks are located where warranted.
6. All additional ROW needs for signs are included in the ROW design.
7. The designs conform to UDOT CADD Standards (6).
8. Signing and Striping Plan Sheets conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (7)**
a. All sheets are cut appropriately.
b. All reference files are properly attached.
c. Plan sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. CADD standards are maintained on each sheet (i.e. lines styles shown correctly, cell
scaling, etc.).
e. Label pavement marking type.
f. Call out proposed sign locations.
g. Additional callouts, notes, identifiers, symbols, and information required for the plan-in-
hand review are provided and correct.
Check the signing and striping design and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3,
including calculations and computer input.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Signing and Striping Sheets Redlines

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Overhead Sign Locations


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All proposed overhead signs meet the condition requirements listed in the UDOT Sign Manual.
2. All signs conform to the latest UDOT accepted version of the MUTCD.
3. All overhead sign structures were coordinated with the structures group.
4. All foundation locations are within the existing or proposed ROW.
5. All poles are outside of the clear zone or properly protected. (8)
6. All utility conflicts are identified and coordinated with the utility team.
7. The design locations meet the minimum sight distance requirements. (2)
8. Locations are far enough from decision points to allow corrections to be safely maneuvered.
9. Locations have been coordinated with ITS to maximize use of facilities.
10. Power source locations are identified and coordinated with the power company.
11. Exit direction signs are located near the theoretical gore. (2)
12. The design conforms to UDOT CADD Standards. (6)
13. The design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or necessary approval
for non-standard design elements was obtained. (8)
14. The design fulfills the needs and requirements of the project.
Check design locations following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3. Check the calculations as needed
using Section 3.1. The locations may be checked on plan sheets (i.e. RD sheets).
Recommended QC Documentation: Overhead Sign Locations Design Redlines

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Preliminary Maintenance-of-Traffic Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All potential alternative routes were evaluated.
2. An alternate route was designated to advise motorists of impacts and allow them to avoid project
limits if desired.
3. Signs indicating business access is being maintained are located to clearly inform motorist and
allow adequate decision time.
4. All non-state highway use was coordinated with the appropriate local agency.
5. If available, permanent overhead VMS and HAR radio sites were considered for use during the
project.
6. All mandated road closures were considered and the design shows how to detour traffic around
each anticipated closure (If applicable).
7. MOT Plan Sheets conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (7)**
a. All sheets were cut appropriately.
b. All reference files are properly attached.
c. Plan Sheet CADD standards were followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All callouts, notes, identifiers, symbols, and information required for the Plan-in-Hand
Review is provided and correct.
Check design locations following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary MOT Sheets Redlines

Signing, Striping, and MOT Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Engineers Estimate Redlines

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3R3 Complete Signal and Lighting Layout Designs
Complete the signal layout design according to the UDOT Design of Signalized Intersections Manual. Create
preliminary signal plan sheets. Develop the lighting design according to the AASHTO Roadway Lighting
Design Guide. Create preliminary plan sheets.

References

1. UDOT Design of Signalized Intersections Manual


2. AASHTO Roadway Lighting Design Guide
3. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
4. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
5. UDOT CADD Standards
6. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
7. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
8. Project Development Business System
9. UDOT Project Delivery Network
10. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
11. UDOT Practical Design Guide
12. Estimate Review Checklist

Preliminary Signal Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. Signal poles are located as close to the center back of the corner or pedestrian ramp as possible.
(1)
2. Push button locations comply with UDOT requirements. (1)
3. All overhead clearances comply with UDOT requirements. (1)
4. Signal head types and placement comply with UDOT requirements. (1)
5. Vehicle detection was coordinated with the Traffic Management Division (TOC).
6. Circuit design is in compliance with UDOT requirements. (1)
a. The power source location is identified and coordinated with the power company.
b. All signal heads are identified and located appropriately.
c. The required lighting is identified and coordinated with the lighting design.
d. Detection types and locations are identified.
e. Interconnect is identified and located appropriately.
f. All conduits are identified and located appropriately.
g. All junction boxes are identified and located appropriately.
h. Ground rods and wires are identified and located appropriately.
i. Controller cabinets are identified and located appropriately.
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7. The design conforms to UDOT CADD Standards. (5)


8. The design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings. (7)
9. The design fulfills the needs and requirements of the project.
10. Signal Plan Sheets conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (6)**
a. All sheets were cut appropriately.
b. All reference files are properly attached.
c. Plan Sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All callouts, notes, identifiers, symbols, and information required for the Plan-in-Hand
Review is provided and correct.
Check the signal design and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3, including
calculations and computer input.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Signal Sheets Redlines

Preliminary Lighting Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. Lighting design includes betterment requests from local jurisdictions.
2. Luminaire spacing was computed correctly and verified using approved software. (2)
3. All necessary design elements (conduit, circuit schematics, connections, etc.) to complete the
design are included.
4. Power source needs are identified and coordinated with the power company.
5. All ROW needs have been identified and communicated to the ROW design team.
6. The design conforms to UDOT CADD Standards. (5)
7. The design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or necessary approval
for non-standard design elements was obtained. (7)
8. The design fulfills the needs and requirements of the project.
9. Lighting Plan Sheets conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (6)**
a. All sheets were cut appropriately.
b. All reference files are properly attached.
c. Plan Sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All callouts, notes, identifiers, symbols, and information required for the Plan-in-Hand
Review is provided and correct.
Check the lighting design and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3, including
calculations and computer input.
Recommended QC Documentation: Preliminary Lighting Sheets Redlines

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Cooperative Agreement
Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All descriptions, project identifiers, headers, and footers are correct.

2. The agreements correctly describe the work to be done.

3. Responsible parties are correctly assigned all work.

4. All cost estimates are appropriate.

Check agreements following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.


Recommended QC Documentation: Cooperative Agreement Redlines

Request for ROW


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All requests for additional ROW for Signals and/or Lighting have been coordinated with the
ROW department.
Coordination Documentation:
Verify the ROW request documentation. This may be formal communications, emails, meeting notes, phone
conversation logs, etc.

Signal Cost Estimate

Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Engineers Estimate Redlines

Lighting Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Engineers Estimate Redlines

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Roadway Design QC Checklist Lighting Layout Design
4R1 Complete Roadway Plans & Documents
Following UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards, finalize the roadway plan and profile sheets and create
roadway plan summaries, details, and additional plan sheets. Prepare and assemble roadway project
documents. Finalize roadway cost estimate.

References

1. AASHTO, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets


2. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
3. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
4. UDOT CADD Standards
5. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
6. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
7. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Specifications
8. Specification Writers Guide
9. Measurement and Payment Instructions
10. Acceptance and Documentation Guide
11. Project Development Business System
12. UDOT Project Delivery Network
13. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
14. UDOT Practical Design Guide
15. Estimate Review Checklist

Roadway Plan and Profile Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
2. All comment resolution form revisions are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions were implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form (PIH-CRF)
3. All roadway design revisions conform to design standards (verify using appropriate checklist
items from 3R1).
4. Project designs are compatible with the roadway design:

a. Landscaping
b. Utility
c. Drainage
d. Structures
e. Traffic & Safety

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5. The design conforms to UDOT CADD Standards (4).


6. The design conforms to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and necessary approval for
non-standard design elements was obtained (6).
7. All Plan Sheets conform to UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards (5).
a. Call-out rules are followed.
b. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
c. Plan Sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
8. Typical Sections are complete (See (5) Typical Sections).
a. All revisions and new typical sections meet design standards (see 3R1 checklist).
b. The PSDS Typical Sections checklist items are complete.
c. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
9. Detail Sheets are complete (See (5) Detail Sheet Requirements).
a. The PSDS DT Sheet Checklist items are complete.
b. All details are labeled and dimensioned completely and correctly (5).
c. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
10. Roadway Plan Sheets are complete (See (5) Roadway Plan Sheet Requirements).
a. PSDS Roadway Plan Sheet Requirements are followed (5).
i. RD Sheet Checklist items are complete.
ii. All callouts follow the How to Callout Items checklist.
b. All bid items are called out correctly.
c. All stationing, northing/easting, curve data are correct.
d. All referenced sheet and detail numbers are correct.
e. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
11. Roadway Profile Sheets are complete (See (5) Roadway Profile Sheet Requirements).
a. PSDS Roadway Profile Sheet Requirements are followed (5).
i. The RP Sheet Checklist (Profile) items are complete (5).
ii. The RP Sheet Checklist (Superelevation) items are complete (5).
b. The profile grid is labeled correctly.
c. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
Check design revisions and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3. Use the 3R1
checklist if design revisions were made.
Recommended QC Documentation: Roadway Sheets Redlines

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12. Grading Sheets are complete.


a. Grading sheet developed for all complicated warping areas that cannot be described on
typical sections or with superelevation diagrams.
b. PSDS GR Sheet Requirements are followed (5).
i. The GR Sheet Checklist items are complete.
ii. The Grading Sheet Scale guidelines are followed.
iii. The What To Label Checklist items are complete and correct.
c. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
Check the grading design, calculations, and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.
Recommended QC Documentation: Roadway Grading Sheets Redlines
13. The Summary Sheets are complete (See (5) Summary Sheet Requirements).
a. The PSDS Summary Sheet Requirements are followed and complete.
b. UDOT standard summary sheets are used.
c. All pay items are included in the summary.
d. All quantities are calculated correctly.
e. All pay item names, alignment designations, stations, offsets, units, and quantities are
correct.
f. All summaries are exported from Excel to Microstation and the sheets are updated with
the current Excel version.
g. All summary items and quantities are entered into PDBS.
Check the summary sheets following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. Verify the quantities and
provide all documentation, including spreadsheet printouts, hand calculations, etc. Provide notes on the QC
documentation where necessary to explain the methods and programs used to check quantities and prices.
Recommended QC Documentation: Roadway Summary Sheets Redlines

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Roadway Project Documents


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The Special Provisions are complete. (8)
a. All special provisions conform to the Specification Writers Guide (verify using Chapter
11 Checklist). (8)
b. A special provision has been created for each non-standard item.
c. All general and project specific special provision content is accurate, complete, and does
not contain anything unnecessary.
Check each roadway special provision following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: Special Provisions Redlines
2. The Measurement & Payment is complete. (9)
a. All M&P items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct M&P description of all effort and
materials is included.
c. All units are correct.
Check roadway M&P descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team
decides the best process to check the M&P (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: M&P Redlines
3. The Acceptance & Documentation is complete. (10)
a. All A&D items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct A&D is included.
Check roadway A&D descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team
decides the best process to check the M&P (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: A&D Redlines

Roadway Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: PS&E Engineers Estimate Redlines

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4R2 Complete Signing and Striping Plans and Documents
Following UDOT CADD and Plan Sheet Standards, finalize the signing and striping plan set and create
summary sheets. Finalize the maintenance-of-traffic design and plans. Prepare and assemble the signing,
striping, and MOT project documents, including measurement and payment, special provisions, acceptance
and documentation, and final cost estimate.

References
1. (MUTCD) Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
2. AASHTO, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
3. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
4. AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
5. UDOT CADD Standards
6. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
7. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Specifications
8. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
9. Specification Writers Guide
10. Measurement and Payment Instructions
11. Acceptance and Documentation Guide
12. UDOT Project Delivery Network
13. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
14. UDOT Practical Design Guide
15. Estimate Review Checklist

Signing and Striping Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form (PIH-CRF)
2. All revisions based on comments are complete.
3. All signing and striping design revisions conform to design standards (verify using appropriate
checklist items from 3R2).
4. Signing and striping design comply with the UDOT accepted version of the MUTCD.
5. All details needed to construct the project are developed.
6. All details conform to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or industry approved
standards.

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7. Signing and Striping Plan Sheets are complete. (See (8) Striping Sheet Requirements and
Signing Sheet Requirements)
a. Call-out rules are followed.
b. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
c. CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
e. The ST Sheet Checklist items are complete.
f. The SS Sheet Checklist items are complete.
g. All items are called out correctly following the how to callout items sections found in
both Signing and Striping Sheet Requirements.
i. Lane widths
ii. Taper lengths and widths
iii. Striping types and sizes
iv. Beginning and end of all striping
h. The Checklist for Guide Signs items are complete.
8. The Detail Sheets are complete. (See (8) Detail Sheet Requirements)
a. The PSDS DT Sheet Checklist items are complete.
b. All details are labeled and dimensioned completely and correctly (PSDS).
c. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
d. CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
Check the signing and striping design revisions and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section
3.3. Use the 3R2 checklist if design revisions were made.
Recommended QC Documentation: Signing & Striping Sheets Redlines
9. The Summary Sheets are complete. (See (8) Summary Sheet Requirements)
a. The PSDS Summary Sheet Requirements are followed and complete.
b. UDOT standard summary sheets are used.
c. All pay items are included in the summary.
d. All quantities are correctly calculated.
e. All pay item names, alignment designations, stations, offsets, units, and quantities are
correct.
f. All summaries are exported from Excel to Microstation and the sheets are updated with
the current Excel version.

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g. All summary items and quantities are exported into PDBS.


h. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
Check the summary sheets following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. Verify the quantities and
provide all documentation, including spreadsheet printouts, hand calculations, etc. Provide notes on the QC
documentation where necessary to explain the methods and programs used to check quantities and prices.
Recommended QC Documentation: Signing & Striping Summary Sheets Redlines

MOT Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
2. All revisions based on comments are complete.+
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form (PIH-CRF)
3. All MOT design revisions conform to design standards (verify using appropriate checklist items
from 3R2).
4. Sign design conforms to the UDOT accepted version of the MUTCD.
5. VMS signs are included in the MOT design in appropriate locations.
6. A static information sign is provided for the project duration on major roadways.
7. All project specific signs were developed with approved computer software, correctly sized and
dimensioned.
8. All plan sheets conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (8)
a. All PSDS General Plan Sheet Requirements are followed.
b. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
c. Plan Sheet CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
e. All MOT specific signs and alternate route blazing are identified with the correct sign
color, MUTCD code, size, and route shield.
f. All VMS signs are identified correctly.
Check the design and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3.
Recommended QC Documentation: MOT Sheets Redlines

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Final Signing, Striping, and MOT Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: PS&E Engineers Estimate Redlines

Signing, Striping, and MOT Project Documents


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
4. The Special Provisions are complete. (9)
a. All special provisions conform to the Specification Writers Guide (verify using Chapter
11 Checklist). (9)
b. A special provision has been created for each non-standard item.
c. All general and project specific special provision content is accurate, complete, and does
not contain anything unnecessary.
Check each signing and striping/MOT special provision following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: Special Provisions Redlines
5. The Measurement & Payment is complete. (10)
a. All M&P items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct M&P description of all effort and
materials is included.
c. All units are correct.
Check signing and striping/MOT M&P descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The
project team decides the best process to check the M&P (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated
printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: M&P Redlines
6. The Acceptance & Documentation is complete. (11)
a. All A&D items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct A&D is included.
Check A&D descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team decides the
best process to check the A&D (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: A&D Redlines

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4R3 Complete Signal and Lighting Plans and Documents
Following UDOT CADD and Plan Sheet Standards and using templates found on the UDOT Signal and
Lighting Design website, complete the signal and lighting plan sheets.

References
1. (MUTCD) Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
2. AASHTO Roadway Lighting Design Guide
3. Roadway Design Manual of Instruction
4. UDOT Signalized Intersection Design Guidelines
5. Signal and Lighting Design Files
6. UDOT CADD Standards
7. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
8. UDOT Standard and Supplemental Specifications
9. UDOT Plan Sheet Development Standards
10. Specification Writers Guide
11. Measurement and Payment Instructions
12. Acceptance and Documentation Guide
13. UDOT Project Delivery Network
14. UDOT QC/QA Procedures
15. UDOT Practical Design Guide
16. Estimate Review Checklist

Signal Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
2. All revisions based on comments are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form (PIH-CRF)
3. State furnished materials form is complete.
Check the form following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: State Furnished Materials Form Redlines
4. All signal design revisions conform to design standards (verify using appropriate checklist items
from 3R2).
5. Signal plans conform to the most recent UDOT accepted version of the MUTCD.
6. All circuit and detection design and details needed to construct the project are developed.
7. All circuit and detection design and details conform to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings
and/or industry approved standards.
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8. Signal Plan Sheets are complete and conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (9)
a. All PSDS General Plan Sheet Requirements are followed.
b. All pole schedules, signal signs, phasing, and signal heads are included.
c. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
d. CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
e. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
9. The Signal Schedule Sheet is complete. (5)
f. Legend contains all symbols from signal plan sheets.
g. UDOT Excel spreadsheets were used to generate the signal schedule.
h. Schedule is filled out correctly for all signal items.
i. All pay items are identified with correct station, offset, quantity, and units.
10. The Signal Circuit and Detection Detail Sheets are complete. (See (9) Detail Sheet
Requirements)
j. The PSDS DT Sheet Checklist items are complete.
k. All details are labeled and dimensioned completely and correctly (9).
l. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
m. CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
Check the signal design revisions and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3. Use the
3R3 checklist if design revision were made.
Recommended QC Documentation: Signal Sheets Redlines

Signal Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was updated and verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: PS&E Engineers Estimate Redlines

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Signal Project Documents


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The Special Provisions are complete. (10)
a. All special provisions conform to the Specification Writers Guide (verify using Chapter
11 Checklist). (10)
b. A special provision has been created for each non-standard item.
c. All general and project specific special provision content is accurate, complete, and does
not contain anything unnecessary.
Check each signal special provision following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: Special Provisions Redlines
2. The Measurement & Payment is complete. (11)
a. All M&P items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct M&P description of all effort and
materials is included.
c. All units are correct.
Check the signal M&P descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team
decides the best process to check the M&P (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: M&P Redlines
3. The Acceptance & Documentation is complete. (12)
a. All A&D items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct A&D is included.
Check the signal A&D descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team
decides the best process to check the A&D (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: A&D Redlines

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Lighting Plan Sheets


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All review comments are addressed and the comment resolutions sent to the Design Leader.
2. All revisions based on comments are complete.
Verify all discipline related comments are addressed and all actions are implemented. Verify all comments
not retired in previous stages are transferred to the current CRF. See the UDOT QC/QA Procedures section
6.0 for more information.
Recommended QC Documentation: Plan-in-Hand Comment Resolution Form (PIH-CRF)
3. All lighting design revisions conform to design standards (verify using appropriate checklist
items from 3R2).
4. The lighting layout is complete.
5. Circuit schematics are complete.
a. All details needed to construct the project are developed.
b. All details conform to UDOT Standard and Supplemental Drawings and/or industry
approved standards.
6. Lighting Plan Sheets are complete and conform to UDOT plan sheet development standards. (9)
a. All PSDS General Plan Sheet Requirements are followed.
b. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
c. CADD standards are followed and maintained on each sheet.
d. All necessary labels, callouts, identifiers, symbols, and notes are provided and correct.
7. The Lighting Schedule Sheet is complete. (5)
a. Legend contains all symbols from signal plan sheets.
b. UDOT Excel spreadsheets were used to generate the signal schedule.
c. Schedule is filled out correctly for all signal items.
d. All pay items are identified with correct station, offset, quantity, and units.
8. The Lighting Detail/Circuit Schematic Sheets are complete. (See (9) Detail Sheet
Requirements)
a. The PDSD DT Sheet Checklist items are complete.
b. All details are labeled and dimensioned completely and correctly (9).
c. All title blocks are filled out correctly.
Check the lighting design revisions and plan sheets following UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.3. Use 3R3
checklist for the design revisions check.
Recommended QC Documentation: Lighting Sheets Redlines

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Lighting Cost Estimate


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The cost estimate was verified using the Estimate Review Checklist (found at the end of this
document).
See the Estimate Review Checklist for recommended QC documentation and instructions.
Recommended QC Documentation: PS&E Engineers Estimate Redlines

Lighting Project Documents


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. The Special Provisions are complete. (10)
a. All special provisions conform to the Specification Writers Guide (verify using Chapter
11 Checklist). (10)
b. A special provision has been created for each non-standard item.
c. All general and project specific special provision content is accurate, complete, and does
not contain anything unnecessary.
Check each lighting special provision following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4.
Recommended QC Documentation: Special Provisions Redlines
2. The Measurement & Payment is complete. (11)
a. All M&P items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct M&P description of all effort and
materials is included.
c. All units are correct.
Check M&P descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team decides the
best process to check the M&P (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: M&P Redlines
3. The Acceptance & Documentation is complete. (12)
a. All A&D items match pay items exactly.
b. For all non-standard pay items, a complete and correct A&D is included.
Check A&D descriptions following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The project team decides the
best process to check the A&D (separate redlines for each discipline, one circulated printout, etc.).
Recommended QC Documentation: A&D Redlines

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Estimate Review Checklist
Provide review checklist of all design cost estimates.

References

1. Estimating Roadway Design Manual of Instruction (Section 7.19)


2. Estimators Corner Website
3. UDOT Project Delivery Network
4. Project Development Business System

Estimate (applies to every stage for updating the estimate)


Checker:
Date Completed: PIN:
1. All required bid items are included.
2. All quantities and units are correct.
3. All standard bid items match UDOT standard bid items exactly.
4. Unit prices were estimated using UDOT approved methods (PDBS, local contractors, etc.).
5. All unit price estimates are documented.
6. Unit prices reflect the following: (1)
a. Location e. Limitations of operation i. Specialty equipment
b. Inflation f. Current bidding environment j. Risk to contractor
c. Quantity of item g. Familiarity of a process k. Availability of materials
d. Construction Complexity h. Time of year for advertising l. Construction schedule
7. Lump sum bid prices are used only when appropriate (i.e. unit pricing is too difficult).
8. All lump sum bid prices considered the following:
a. Contractor risk due to unknown quantity
b. Difficulty in making it a unit price pay item

Additional PS&E Estimate


9. All bid items, quantities, and units match the plan sheet callouts, summary sheets, and M&P
exactly.
Recommended QC Documentation: Engineers Estimate Redlines
Check the engineers estimate following the UDOT QC/QA Procedures Section 3.4. The way the engineers
estimate is QC checked may vary depending upon the project scope and project team. Provide documentation
demonstrating that every item and all quantities in the engineers estimate were QC checked. Provide
spreadsheets, hand calculations, notes, etc. as necessary to explain methods, assumptions, etc. The Design
Leader gathers all estimate QC documentation and uploads one file.

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QC Check Comments
Provided comments, methods, assumptions, explanations, file locations, and any other information needed to
facilitate the QC check. Print and attach this sheet to the checklist. Upload this sheet with the associated
checklist.

PIN: Activity: Deliverable(s):

Originator:

Checker:

Additional Commenter(s):

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