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A60 114337 0005-043-913, N501 10/18/2019
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Subject: CTS-11 - Existing Pedestal Pole - NW Corner Type: Plan
Question Date: 10/10/2019 7:56:59 AM
On Sheet CTS-11, what is happening to the existing pedestal pole with pedestrian signal head and pushbutton in the NW corner of the intersection? Is that to remain or be removed?  
Answer   Date: 10/11/2019 11:35:01 AM
CTS-11 will be revised via addendum.  
 
Subject: CTS 11 - Pedestal Pole Type: Plan
Question Date: 9/19/2019 6:33:16 PM
CTS 11 shows installing a new 6' PF-2 pole. However, there is no quantity in the Bid Schedule for a 6' PF-2 pole. There are 2 EA. Relocate Pedestal Pole. But the plans only show 1 EA. (See CTS 8). Please review and provide clarification.  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:34:42 AM
Quantities will be revised via Addendum.  
 
Subject: Maintenance of Traffic - PCMS Type: Proposal
Question Date: 9/19/2019 5:39:34 PM
General Note 4 on Page 126 states a PCMS is required for all lane closures. However, the measurement and payment for the Lump Sum MOT does not include PCMS. Are PCMS's required for all lane closures? If so, please add a pay item for PCMS.  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:32:56 AM
Payment for PCMS is covered on page 80.  
 
Question Date: 10/7/2019 12:00:39 PM
Are PCMS's required for all lane closures?  
Answer   Date: 10/11/2019 11:34:28 AM
PCMS's are not required. The General Note referencing PCMS's will be removed via addendum.  
 
Subject: RRFB Special Provision Type: Specifications
Question Date: 9/19/2019 5:37:58 PM
The RRFB Special Provision on Pages 196 to 199 discusses solar panels, PF-2 poles, wireless radios, etc. However, the plans call for the RRFBs to be hardwired and attached to the mast arms. Request that the measurement and payment item for the RRFB be revised to fit with the specific project requirements.  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:31:48 AM
Only the items needed to hardwire and attach the RRFB to the mast arms will be necessary.  
 
Question Date: 9/19/2019 5:37:55 PM
The RRFB Special Provision on Pages 196 to 199 discusses solar panels, PF-2 poles, wireless radios, etc. However, the plans call for the RRFBs to be hardwired and attached to the mast arms. Request that the measurement and payment item for the RRFB be revised to fit with the specific project requirements.  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:32:13 AM
Only the items needed to hardwire and attach the RRFB to the mast arms will be necessary.  
 
Subject: Lighting at RRFB Crossings Type: Plan
Question Date: 9/19/2019 3:11:10 PM
Page 181 and 182 show a luminaire and luminaire arm attached to the signal pole. However there are no pay items and no details on the plans for the luminaire and luminaire arms. Are the luminaires and luminaire arms required for this project?  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:29:51 AM
Luminaires and luminaire arms will not be required.  
 
Subject: Hanger Assembly SM-3 Type: Bid Sheet
Question Date: 9/19/2019 3:08:48 PM
Missing pay item for Hanger Assembly SM-3 for the new signal head to be installed on page 141.  
Answer   Date: 9/24/2019 10:30:23 AM
The Hanger Assembly SM-3 will be added to the proposal.  
 
Subject: Audible Pedestrian Pushbutton Type: Proposal
Question Date: 9/19/2019 3:03:15 PM
Page 124 states Audible Pedestrian Actuation shall be provided. However, the special provisions for the RRFB state a standard pushbutton is required. Please clarify the type of pushbutton required.  
Answer   1 previous answer(s) Date: 9/24/2019 1:57:16 PM
For this project, accessible (audible) pedestrian push-buttons are required. Pursuant to a September 2018 revision to VDOT’s Road & Bridge Standards, Accessible Pedestrian Signal Units are now part of Standard PA-4.  
 
Subject: RRFB Mounting Type: Specifications
Question Date: 9/10/2019 8:49:20 AM
According to our supplier the way the drawings show the RRFB are not in compliant. Please clarify. An RRFB unit shall not be installed independent of the crossing warning signs for the approach that the RRFB faces. If the RRFB unit is supplementing a post-mounted sign, the RRFB unit shall be installed on the same support as the associated W11-2, S1-1, or W11-15 crossing warning sign and plaque. If the RRFB unit is supplementing an overhead-mounted sign, the RRFB unit shall be mounted directly below the bottom of the sign.  
Answer   Date: 9/13/2019 11:44:48 AM
The position of the RRFB will be adjusted to show the RRFB situated directly below the overhead signs.  
 
Subject: Overhead Sign Panel for Traffic Signal Type: Bid Sheet
Question Date: 9/9/2019 11:06:26 AM
Will the department be adding a line item for the hanger assembly smd-2 for the overhead signs?  
Answer   Date: 9/13/2019 11:44:17 AM
A line item for SMD-2 hanger assemblies will be added.  
 
Subject: Traffic Signal Loop Type: Plan
Question Date: 9/9/2019 9:53:21 AM
For the VA Capital Trail @ S Laburnum Ave intersection conduit run is calling for 1" pvc conduit. Will the department be adding this to the line items?  
Answer   Date: 9/13/2019 11:43:58 AM
A line item for 1” PVC Conduit will be added.  
 

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