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... CHAPTER 1 Introduction The fundamental purpose and goal of this pilot test was to evaluate and propose enhancements to the Transportation for Communities -- Advancing Projects through Partnerships (TCAPP) collaborative planning tool.
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... current design and safety guidelines for a minor arterial roadway carrying over 12,000 vehicles per day. The typical section for the existing bridge consists of two 12-ft travel lanes with 2-ft shoulders.
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... The curvature and geometric design of the existing roadway also contribute to poor lineof-sight conditions along Bohicket Road. The line of sight along a roadway plays an important role in the amount of time drivers have to stop due to an obstruction or turning vehicle.
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... Figure 1.3. Aerial photograph of Hoopstick Creek Bridge Replacement project.
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... resource waters according to the SCDHEC water classification system (R. 61-69 Classified Waters, June 22, 2012)

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