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Roadway Design

Pavement Management Section Reports

Definition of Codes Used In Reports

Code Definitions

DISTRESS RATINGS
Each section of pavement is rated for cracking, and ride on a 0-10 scale with 0 the worst and 10 the best. Any crack rating of 6.4 or less is considered deficient pavement and is marked by an asterisk. For speed limits greater than  45 MPH, a ride rating of 6.4 or less is considered deficient . For speed limits less than or equal to 45 MPH, ride rating of 5.4 or less is considered deficient. 26 years of historic ratings are shown, with ratings from previous 25 years to current year. Future five year pavement condition ratings are shown in the last column and are forecasted by simple linear regression.


CRACKING
0-10 rating of pavement cracking condition
 
RIDE
0-10 rating of the pavement ride or smoothness


RUTTING
0-10 rating of pavement wheel path rutting


RDWYID
Roadway Identification Number, Identifier assigned by DOT to a section of road
It consists of county, section, and subsection
 
BMP
Roadway Beginning Milepost


EMP
Roadway Ending Milepost


RW: Side of Roadway
R = Right
L = Left
C = Composite

SYSTEM: Highway System Code
1 = Arterial
3 = Toll
4 = Interstate
5 = Turnpike

TYPE: Pavement rating type code
1 = Asphalt pavement
2 = Surface treatment
3 = Skin patch
4 = Portland cement concrete pavement
5 = Newly constructed pavement
6 = Defect rating only (too short to get ride rating)
7 = Newly overlaid pavement
8 = Section under construction, not rated
9 = Bridge; not rated pavement
 
SR
State Road Number
 
US
US Route Number
 
G_BMP
Expressway green bar Beginning Milepost
 
G_EMP
Expressway green bar Ending Milepost
 
LN
Number of through lanes
 
SPEED
Maximum speed
 
AADT
Annual Average Daily Traffic Volume (two way)
 
INTERSECT
Nearest side road, its milepost and roadside
 
%T
% of Trucks
 
SURFTYPE: Surface Type
Type of FC
 
ASTYPE: Asphalt Type
S = Type S
SP = SuperPave
 

Work Program Section

 
ITMSEG
Work Program Item Segment number
 
W_BMP
WPA project Beginning mile point
 
W_EMP
WPA project Ending mile point
 
RW
WPA project roadside (R = right, L = left, C = composite)
 
FY-P
Previous project fiscal year
 
FY-F
Future project fiscal year
 
AGE_ONE YEAR
The year when pavement was 1 yr old
 
WKMX-P
Previous project Work Mix Number (see description of Work Mix Numbers below)
 
WKMX-F
Future project Work Mix Number (see description of Work Mix Numbers below)
 
Work Mix Number:
'0002' Highway new construction
'0004' Highway reconstruction
'0005' Flexible pavement reconstruction
'0006' Highway capacity/safety improvement
'0008' Highway access improvement
'0012' Highway resurfacing
'0101' New road construction (2 lanes)
'0102' Road reconstruction (2 lanes)
'0120' Multi-lane new construction
'0121' Multi-lane reconstruction
'0210' Second stage resurfacing
'0213' Add lanes & reconstruction
'0215' State resurfacing
'0216' Skid hazard resurfacing
'0217' Rigid pavement reconstruction
'0218' Add lanes & resurfacing
'0220' Federal aid resurfacing
'0222' Federal aid pave shoulders & resurfacing
'0223' Widening & resurfacing
'0224' Mill & resurface
'0225' State pave shoulders & resurfacing
'0226' Maintenance Resurfacing (Flexible)
'0227' Rigid pavement rehabilitation
'0547' Add through lanes

Updated: November 26, 2008