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A DC 08/12 GENERAL DETAIL & NOTES

TRAFFIC DIRECTION ROADWAY

TRAFFIC DIRECTION TYPICAL FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT COMPOSITION

5.0 5.0

SPRAY SEAL OPTION

EDGE OF TRAFFIC PRIME PREPARED PREFERRED OPTION


GRANULAR SURFACE
& PLACE A SIZE 30mm SIZE 10 TYPE N ASPHALT WEARING COURSE
14/7mm DOUBLE

PAVEMENT DEPTH
SIZE 7mm CATIONIC RAPID SETTING EMULSION
DOUBLE SEAL
PRIMER SEAL
N
0
MI
6.

TO BE APPROVED 200mm CLASS 2 CRUSHED ROCK BASE COURSE


7.5 MIN RADIUS SEALED BELLMOUTH BY VICROADS
AREA REGIONAL OFFICE 170mm CLASS 4 CRUSHED ROCK SUBBASE

5
7.
OR APPROVED VICROADS ALTERNATIVE
STANCE

NOTE: ACCESS DRIVEWAY PAVEMENT DEPTH SHOULD BE DETERMINED FROM EXISTING PAVEMENT
N DI

AND A SOIL TEST ANALYSIS


0 MI

RIGID PAVEMENT OPTIONS


15.

100mm
RC
3.5m MIN WIDTH "t"
7.5m MAX WIDTH

BASE COURSE THICKNESS "t" SHOULD BE DETERMINED FROM SOIL TEST ANALYSIS

OPTION A
GATE FENCE LINE 125mm CONCRETE WITH F72 MESH ON CLASS 2A CRUSHED ROCK BASE COURSE

PRIVATE ACCESS PAVEMENT DESIGN

PAVEMENT DESIGN SHOULD BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH VICROADS CODE OF PRACTICE


RC 500.22 - SELECTION AND DESIGN OF PAVEMENTS AND SURFACINGS AND
AUSTROADS GUIDE TO PAVEMENT TECHNOLOGY PART 2 - PAVEMENT STRUCTURAL DESIGN.

PLAN - TYPICAL DRIVEWAY ACCESS RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY ACCESS LAYOUT GUIDELINES

GENERAL NOTES:

1. PAVEMENT COMPOSITION
THE DIAGRAMS ARE A GUIDE FOR A TYPICAL LAYOUT OF A DRIVEWAY ACCESS FOR A RURAL
PROPERTY. THIS GUIDE WAS DEVELOPED IN THE INTEREST OF ROAD SAFETY AND TO PROTECT
THE ROAD PAVEMENT AT THE ACCESS LOCATION. FINAL PAVEMENT COMPOSITION SHOULD BE
SAFE INTERSECTION SIGHT DISTANCE DETERMINED BY EXISTING PAVEMENT AND SOIL TESTS AND APPROVED BY VICROADS REGIONAL OFFICE.
(REFER NOTE 3 AND TABLE 1)
’d’ ’d’ 2. A SEALED BELLMOUTH AREA SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 6.0m FROM THE EDGE OF THE
TRAFFIC LANE AS SHOWN BY THE HATCHED AREA.

3. A PLANNING PERMIT IS REQUIRED FOR A NEW ACCESS OR ALTERATION TO AN EXISTING


LI
NEO DRIVEWAY AND MAY BE REQUIRED FOR THE REMOVAL OF NATIVE VEGETATION.
F SI
GH G
IHT
TRAFFIC LANE T
N
IEOFS
L
SHOULDER 4. A TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN MUST COMPLY WITH THE RMA 2004 CODE OF
3.0 TABLE 1 PRACTICE FOR WORKSITE SAFETY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN RELATION TO ANY
WORKS UNDERTAKEN WITHIN THE ROAD RESERVE.
’d’
DESIGN
SAFE INTERSECTION
SPEED 5. THE DRIVEWAY ACCESS CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF
SIGHT DISTANCE THE PROPERTY OWNER. MAINTENANCE ALSO INCLUDES ASSOCIATED DRAINAGE WORKS.
(Km/h)
(m)

60 123 SIGHT DISTANCE

70 151 THE TRUCK DRIVER WHEN LOCATED 3m FROM THE EDGE OF THE TRAFFIC LANE
80 181 NEEDS TO BE ABLE TO SEE A VEHICLE APPROACHING IN EITHER DIRECTION WHEN
MINIMUM VISIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
EXITING FROM A DRIVEWAY. REFER TO TABLE 1 FOR APPROPRIATE SIGHT
(NOT TO SCALE) 90 226
DISTANCES. TREE CANOPIES, BUSHES OR OTHER OBJECTS SHALL BE REMOVED TO
100 262 PROVIDE GOOD VISIBILITY AND TO PREVENT TRUCK DAMAGE.

300 ANY TREE CANOPIES OVERHANGING THE PATH OF A TRUCK SHALL BE A


110
MINIMUM OF 5m ABOVE THE GROUND SURFACE.
NG NO 720260

REFERENCES AND NOTES: VICROADS GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS TO RURAL PROPERTIES


TECHNICAL ACCESS & STOPPING BAYS SD2066
1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN METRES AGAM PART 5
CONSULTING
CROADS DRAW I

2. AGRD PART 4 AND VR SUPPLEMENT TO AGRD PART 4 (PROPERTY ACCESS AND MEDIAN OPENINGS) AGPT PART 2 TYPICAL RURAL DRIVEWAY ACCESS TO
3. AGRD PART 4A AND VR SUPPLEMENT TO AGRD PART 4A (SECTION 3 SIGHT DISTANCE AND TABLE 3.2) VICROADS TEM VOL 2
4. DESIGNED FOR 5.2m CAR, 12.5m SINGLE VEHICLE VICROADS RC 500.22
3 PROSPECT HILL ROAD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES - TYPE C
CAMBERWELL
SD 1991 DRIVEABLE CULVERT ENDWALLS - TYPE 1 VICTORIA 3124
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