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6'-0"

Edge of Edge of Wingwall or


BAR APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES
4

A Wingwall or A
bridge
CIP retaining
bridge CIP retaining Shoulder TABLE
A wall A drain 3
wall BAR SIZE

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A #8 Reinf steel weight = 8.5 Lbs/SF of Approach Slab

B #5 Volume of Appr Slab Conc (CY) = 0.802W + 0.02W² Tan S


T (top), Spa 1 T (top), Spa D #5
at 12" Max at 12" Max W = Width of Approach Slab (ft)
T #5
S = Skew Angle (deg)

B (top)
B
B
kind is m ade by TxDOT for any purpose whatsoever. TxDOT assum es no responsibility for the conversion

B
B
. No warranty of any

ft)

ft)
Face of
B (top) and 1

W = W idth of Approach Slab (

W = W idth of Approach Slab (


abutment Flare Bars B and D in this region (1'-6" Max Spa, 3" Min Spa). Minimum flared
D (bott) bar length = 2'-6". Bend bars as necessary.
backwall
of this standard to other form ats or for incorrect results or dam ages resulting from its use.

2" Bars B (top) and D (bott) 2" Bars B (top) and D (bott) 2" 2
Provide longitudinal construction joints that align with longitudinal construction
Spaced at 12" Max S = Skew Spaced at 12" Max joints in the bridge slab with bridges built in stages. Other longitudinal
angle (deg)
construction joints must receive approval of the Engineer.

3
See details elsewhere in plans for shoulder drain location and details.
C C
Texas Engineering Practice Act"

2"
C Const joint 2 C 4
Const joint 2 For Contractor's information only. Quantities shown are for one approach slab.

5
Multiple piece tie bars are acceptable at longitudinal construction joints
B (top) and provided minimum laps shown are achieved.
D
D (bott)
D 6
Bend as shown. See details elsewhere in plans for required cross-slope.
Face of
D (bott) abutment 7
Place in accordance with Item 438.
backwall D
8
D Provide backer rod that is 25% larger than joint opening and compatible with
the sealant.
A (bott), Spa A (bott), Spa
See structure
The use of this standard is governed by the "

at 6" Max A at 6" Max 9 1


If bridge rail is present at the wingwall or CIP retaining wall, place 2" rebonded
details for
A recycled tire rubber between concrete railing and top of approach slab as shown
this dimension
when concrete railing projects over the approach slab.
1 ~
4"
~

Class 4, 5, 7 or 8
Wingwall or joint sealant (low 1 1 Wingwall or GENERAL NOTES:
8" - 4" A
CIP retaining modulus silicone) 7 CIP retaining Construct approach slab in accordance with Item 422.
wall wall A Provide Class "S" concrete with a minimum compressive
20'-0" 20'-0"
strength of 4,000 psi.

8"
Provide Grade 60 reinforcing steel.
PLAN PLAN

5
2"
Provide longitudinal joints as shown on the Longitudinal

o
Saw Cut Joint Detail at lane lines and shoulders when

4" t
(Showing non-skewed approach slab.) (Showing skewed approach slab.)

2"
1
1 1
16" - 8" width between longitudinal construction joints or edges of

1
1
approach slab exceeds 16 feet. Saw cut joints within 24
1
DISCLAIM ER:

hours of concrete placement to a depth of 1 2" and seal in


LONGITUDINAL SAW CUT JOINT DETAIL accordance with Item 438. Alternately, provide a controlled
1
joint consisting of 1 2" vinyl or plastic joint former
(Stress Cap, Zip Strip, Stress Lock, or equal as approved by
See Sealed the Engineer.)
Approach Slab Asphaltic Concrete Construction
Construction Provide rebonded recycled tire rubber joint filler that
See Sealed joint 2
Pavement Joint Detail Approach Slab
See RW(TRF) Construction meets the requirements of DMS-6310. "Joint Sealants and
(Flush with
See Isolation standard for Joint Detail Fillers."
Top of Slab) B T
Joint Detail reinforcement B T B D T B Construct the subgrade or subbase away from the bridge
B T B T
for a minimum distance of 100 feet prior to the approach
slab, unless otherwise indicated on the plans.
13"

13"

13"

13"
Wingwall Compact and finish the subgrade or foundation for the
or CIP approach slab to the typical cross-section and to the lines
retaining and grades shown on the plans.
~

wall ~ Cure for 4 days using water or membrane curing per


A A Item 422.
D Abutment Abutment
D A D A A 2" Typ
backwall Provide a 1" (asphaltic concrete pavement or asphalt
D reinforcing
2" Typ D
Uncoated 2'-0" stabilized base) stress relieving pad between the approach
MSE slab and cement stabilized backfill or cement treated base.
wall Epoxy coated 3'-0" Min Lap
Other stress relieving pads may be used if approved by the
SHOWING WINGWALL OR Engineer.
CIP RETAINING WALL SHOWING MSE WALL All details shown herein are subsidiary to bridge approach
slab.

5 Cover dimensions are clear dimensions, unless


SECTION A-A SECTION B-B SECTION C-C SECTION D-D noted otherwise.
Class 4, 5, 7,
or 8 joint sealant
W = Width of Approach Slab (ft)
(low modulus
Class 4, 5, 7, Bridge
silicone) 7
1 or 8 joint sealant Division
2"
C
L Structure (low modulus Standard
Wingwall or 9
silicone) 7
Wingwall CIP retaining

4"
or CIP 6 6 wall 1
BRIDGE APPROACH SLAB

1
1 1
Tool 4" R
retaining 2" 2"

4"
(Typ)

3
wall
ASPHALTIC CONCRETE PAVEMENT
2"

2" T B T B D A 2"
See Isolation
Construction
2"
Joint Detail ~
1
joint
(Typ)
13"

13"

Backer
rod 8 1
2"

BAS-A
3"

Rebonded
Wingwall
D A recycled FILE: basaste1-19.dgn DN: TxDOT CK: TxDOT DW: TxDOT CK: TxDOT
or CIP
tire rubber
SEALED
retaining C TxDOT April 2019 CONT SECT JOB HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION REVISIONS
DATE:

wall
FILE:

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