Form CEM-2303 "Temporary Pedestrian Access Route Sidewalk Detour Inspection Report" - California

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS ROUTE
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION REPORT
Page 1 of 3
CEM-2303 (REV 03/2022)
PROJECT INFORMATION NAME AND SITE ADDRESS
CONTRACT NUMBER/CO/RTE/PM
PROJECT IDENTIFIER NUMBER
PROJECT INFORMATION/NAME
GENERAL INFORMATION
LOCATION NUMBER CITY
COUNTY
ROUTE NAME
INSPECTION DATE
Cross Street
Postmile or Station
Latitude (y)
Longitude (x)
Temporary Pedestrian
Access Route Begin
Cross Street
Postmile or Station
Latitude (y)
Longitude (x)
Temporary Pedestrian
Access Route End
Temporary Pedestrian Access Route Plan
Sidewalk Closure
Temporary Pedestrian Access
Estimated End Use of Temporary
Duration
Opened for Use Date
Pedestrian Access Date
Contract Plans
Short Term
Contractor Provided
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Begin Temporary Pedestrian Access Route
No.
Requirement
Compliant
Photos
Remark
Action Number
1
Sidewalk closed ahead signs in place?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
2
Sidewalk closed sign mounted on barrier at closure?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
3
Barrier provided full width of the closed sidewalk?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
4
The top rail of the barrier is at least 32 inches high?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
5
The bottom rail of the barrier is no higher than 2 inches?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
If audible information devices are used, is the devise operational
6
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
and message provides appropriate information?
End Temporary Pedestrian Access Route
No.
Requirement
Compliant
Photos
Remark
Action Number
1
Sidewalk closed ahead signs in place?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
2
Sidewalk closed sign mounted on barrier at closure?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
3
Barrier provided full width of the closed sidewalk?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
4
The top rail of the barrier is at least 32 inches high?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
5
The bottom rail of the barrier is no higher than 2 inches?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
If audible information devices are used, is the devise operational
6
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
and message provides appropriate information?
Remarks
The following must be completed for non-compliant items :
Date Corrective
Action Number
Comment
Corrective Action Required
Action Completed
For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For alternate format information, contact the Forms
ADA Notice
Management Unit at (916) 445-1233, TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS ROUTE
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION REPORT
Page 1 of 3
CEM-2303 (REV 03/2022)
PROJECT INFORMATION NAME AND SITE ADDRESS
CONTRACT NUMBER/CO/RTE/PM
PROJECT IDENTIFIER NUMBER
PROJECT INFORMATION/NAME
GENERAL INFORMATION
LOCATION NUMBER CITY
COUNTY
ROUTE NAME
INSPECTION DATE
Cross Street
Postmile or Station
Latitude (y)
Longitude (x)
Temporary Pedestrian
Access Route Begin
Cross Street
Postmile or Station
Latitude (y)
Longitude (x)
Temporary Pedestrian
Access Route End
Temporary Pedestrian Access Route Plan
Sidewalk Closure
Temporary Pedestrian Access
Estimated End Use of Temporary
Duration
Opened for Use Date
Pedestrian Access Date
Contract Plans
Short Term
Contractor Provided
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Begin Temporary Pedestrian Access Route
No.
Requirement
Compliant
Photos
Remark
Action Number
1
Sidewalk closed ahead signs in place?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
2
Sidewalk closed sign mounted on barrier at closure?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
3
Barrier provided full width of the closed sidewalk?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
4
The top rail of the barrier is at least 32 inches high?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
5
The bottom rail of the barrier is no higher than 2 inches?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
If audible information devices are used, is the devise operational
6
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
and message provides appropriate information?
End Temporary Pedestrian Access Route
No.
Requirement
Compliant
Photos
Remark
Action Number
1
Sidewalk closed ahead signs in place?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
2
Sidewalk closed sign mounted on barrier at closure?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
3
Barrier provided full width of the closed sidewalk?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
4
The top rail of the barrier is at least 32 inches high?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
5
The bottom rail of the barrier is no higher than 2 inches?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
If audible information devices are used, is the devise operational
6
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
and message provides appropriate information?
Remarks
The following must be completed for non-compliant items :
Date Corrective
Action Number
Comment
Corrective Action Required
Action Completed
For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For alternate format information, contact the Forms
ADA Notice
Management Unit at (916) 445-1233, TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS ROUTE
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION REPORT
Page 2 of 3
CEM-2303 (REV 03/2022)
PROJECT INFORMATION NAME AND SITE ADDRESS
CONTRACT NUMBER/CO/RTE/PM
PROJECT IDENTIFIER NUMBER
PROJECT INFORMATION/NAME
LOCATION NUMBER CITY
COUNTY
ROUTE NAME
INSPECTION DATE
General Sidewalk Detour
No.
Requirement
Compliant
Photos
Remark
Action Number
1
Pedestrian walkway is firm and stable?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
Surface is smooth and there are no abrupt changes in grade that
2
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
could cause tripping or be a barrier to wheelchair?
3
Surface is clear of dirt and debris?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
Pedestrian walkway is clear and has no horizontal obstructions
4
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
restricting width (48 inches minimum)?
5
Vertical clearance is 80 inches minimum?
YES
NO
Yes
Yes
6
Intermediate pedestrian detour directional signs are in place?
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
7
Access to temporary transit stops is provided?
YES
NO
N/A
Yes
Yes
Remarks
The following must be completed for non-compliant items :
Date Corrective
Action Number
Comment
Corrective Action Required
Action Completed
INSPECTION INFORMATION
The temporary pedestrian access route has been inspected and any non-compliant issues have been corrected by the contractor?
YES
NO
INSPECTOR (Print Name)
SIGNATURE
DATE
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RESIDENT ENGINEER
I have reviewed the temporary pedestrian access route inspection report and the temporary pedestrian access route is compliant with the plans
and specifications.
RESIDENT ENGINEER (Print Name)
SIGNATURE
DATE
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For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For alternate format information, contact the Forms
ADA Notice
Management Unit at (916) 445-1233, TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS ROUTE
SIDEWALK DETOUR INSPECTION REPORT
Page 3 of 3
CEM-2303 (REV 03/2022)
GENERAL INFORMATION
This form is to provide documentation that temporary pedestrian access routes are in compliance with ADA Standards to meet the
Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, along with its implementing regulations, and the California Government Code Sections
4450 et seq., prescribe that facilities shall be made accessible to persons with disabilities.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has recommended that the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for
Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG) shall apply to the design of the California Department of Transportation (Department) facilities.
Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations (Title 24) is similar to the ADAAG in that it prescribes accessibility design standards for the
State of California; in Part 2, the California Building Code. The Department of General Services - Division of the State Architect (DSA)
oversees California Building Code compliance; however, for transportation facilities on the State highway system, the Department (in
addition to DSA) is authorized to certify, on a project-by-project basis, that a project complies with State pedestrian accessibility design
standards.
Design Information Bulletin (DIB) 82-06 "Pedestrian Accessibility Guidelines for Highway Projects" is Caltrans policy for design requirements
to ensure that Caltrans projects comply with State and federal laws, regulations and codes regarding pedestrian accessibility.
Contact the project engineer for additional information about ADA requirements.
FORM
Complete the form for each temporary pedestrian access route provided using an existing pedestrian route.
Contract Number/Co/Rte/PM: For local agency encroachment permit projects, write the encroachment permit number in this field.
Project Identifier Number: For local agency encroachment permit projects write N/A in this field.
ADA COMPLIANCE
The resident engineer must review the completed form and determine if the temporary pedestrian access route is compliant with plans and
specification requirements.
If a temporary pedestrian access route does not comply with the ADA requirements, notify the project engineer to evaluate noncompliant
access feature.
The project engineer may authorize a non-compliant temporary pedestrian access route feature by verifying measurements and may find
the temporary pedestrian access route feature acceptable to be compliant under the maximum or minimum ADA standards contained in
ADAAG or Title 24. In this case, the project engineer must cite on the form the ADA standard within ADAAG or Title 24 that allows Caltrans
to accept the temporary pedestrian access route feature as compliant.
File the inspection report with the project records in File Category 23.
For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For alternate format information, contact the Forms
ADA Notice
Management Unit at (916) 445-1233, TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.
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