Currently Effective Residential Pavement Design Policies and Specifications
Residential Street Pavement Design
The City of Columbus updated the Residential Street Pavement Design policy on April 15, 2006 (see link below). The update resulted from field testing and observations by the city, as well as engagement and input from contractors, developers, and design engineers. The update covered the inclusion of Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC, per SS-1523) as a fully accepted alternative residential pavement construction option.
As a result of the release of the new 2012 Construction and Material Specifications (CMS), which went into effect on February 1, 2012, the current Residential Street Pavement Design policy has been revised to match the new materials contained in the new CMS. Revision #1 to this policy includes REVISED Table 1, and can be found at the link below.
The City of Columbus continues its commitment to provide the developer/owner the ability to choose from several different pavement build-ups, while ensuring the community receives a quality, durable roadway.
Residential Street Pavement Design Policy
2012 Construction and Material Specifications