• Crosswalks / Mid-Block Signing & Pavement Markings

  
  
Description
  
  
  
C-36_m.pdf
  
Varnedoe P.E./ Lacy, P.E.
C36NCDOT State Traffic Eng/Chief Engr2004
C-36_pr.pdf
  
Crosswalks - Mid-Block (Unsignalized)
C36Traffic Engineering and Safety Systems Branch2008
C-36standard.pdf
  
Pavement Markings [Standard 1205.07]
C36NCDOT Roadway Standard Drawing2012
Lesson 11_Pedestrian Design.aspx
  
Lesson 11: Pedestrian Design at Intersections
C36FHWA Directives & Policy Memos2006
Lesson 12_Mid-Block.aspx
  
Lesson 12: Mid-Block Crossings
C36FHWA Directives & Policy Memos2006
C-36_WFMNC_CW.aspx
  
Crosswalk Brochure
C36Watch For Me NC Coalition
DOJ-DOT Curb Ramps and Resurfacing.aspx
  
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act Requirements to Provide Curb Ramps when Streets, Roads, or Highways are Altered through Resurfacing
C36DOJ / DOT2013
ADA Curb Ramps for Resurfacing and DDC Projs.aspx
  
Memo for ADA Curb Ramps for Resurfacing and Other Design Projects
C36Terry Gibson, PE, Chief Engineer2013
Special Report Accessible Public Rights of Way.aspx
  
Accessible Public Rights-of-Way Planning and Designing for Alterations Guide
C36United States Access Board2007
Alternate Curb Ramp Designs.aspx
  
Alternate Curb Ramp Designs
C36NCDOT Contract Standards and Development2012
Letter 2(09)-86 (I).aspx
  
Yield Here To (Stop Here For) Pedestrians Signs (R1-5 Series) - Utah DOT
C36FHWA Interpretations2014
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