1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
can be achieved. Resin modified pavement is suitable for fuel resistance on aprons that
are nearly flat. Machine finished pavement is slick when wet.
3-184.108.40.206 Turning radii and needed traffic clearances should be checked for adherence
to the AT/FP requirements for spacing and setbacks at buildings. Consideration in
design should also be given to the using vehicles from off-site sources, such as delivery
trucks and maintenance or service vehicles.
3-220.127.116.11 Geometrics at the access drive will need to be coordinated with the agency
responsible for the public or Government installation roadway which is being accessed.
If off-site roadway improvements for access are needed, the geometrics will need to
comply with the design standards of the responsible roadway agency.
3-18.104.22.168 Geometrics may be used to channel truck traffic away from POV parking
areas by installing openings and radii suitable only for the POV traffic. One-way traffic
and corresponding roadway geometry may be used to strictly control traffic patterns on
Slopes and Setbacks
3-22.214.171.124 Slopes will promote positive drainage and maintainable surfaces for
landscape features. If landscaped area slopes approach 2.5 horizontal to 1.0 vertical,
consideration should be given to use of low retaining walls (modular concrete wall
systems are efficient for low walls of limited lengths).
3-126.96.36.199 Typical state DOT roadway slope design limitations
should be met with consideration for parking and maneuvering
requirements of military equipment. Much of the military
equipment may be classified as all-terrain, but one of the
purposes of MEP and OMS/AMSA facilities is to provide for ease
of parking and maneuvering for maintenance purposes or loading
3-188.8.131.52 Setbacks shall meet AT/FP requirements and conform, if practical, to local
zoning requirements or Government installation design guidance in order to be
compatible with neighboring facilities and uses.
3-184.108.40.206 Utility clearances shall provide for safe long-term operation and maintenance
of utilities, prevent interference of one utility with another, and meet public health or
safety requirements, such as minimum separation of sanitary sewers and water mains.
Special designs, such as pipe encasement, insulation or isolation may be required