DD Form 3009 Route Classification

DD Form 3009 - also known as the "Route Classification" - is a Military form issued and used by the United States Department of Defense.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DA form 3009 - was last revised on February 1, 2016. Download an up-to-date fillable DD Form 3009 down below in PDF-format or find it on the Department of Defense documentation website.

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ROUTE CLASSIFICATION
For use of this form, see ATP 3-34.81/MCWP 3-17.4; the proponent agency is TRADOC.
SECTION I
1. SERIAL NUMBER
2. TO
3. FOR INFORMATION
4. DATE/TIME GROUP
5. NUMBER OF SHEETS OR ENCLOSURES
6. RECONNAISSANCE OFFICER/NCO
7. UNIT
8. FORMATION
9. SIGNATURE
10. UNITS USED IN THE FORM (Please check)
CENTIMETERS
INCHES
FEET
MILES
METERS
KILOMETERS
CENTIGRADE
FAHRENHEIT
11. MAPS
12. COUNTRY
13. NAME
14. EDITION
15. SHEET NUMBER
16. SERIAL
17. SCALE
SECTION II
1. ROUTE CLASSIFICATION (See Section VII, Block 7.1.)
2. LIMITED BY SECTIONS
/
/
/
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(
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(
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1
2
3
4
5
5
5
SECTION III
1. ROAD CLASSIFICATION
2. WEATHER
3. GRID REFERENCE - START
(Include last rainfall, if known, plus the temperature)
(See Section VII, Block 7.2.)
4. ROAD
5. PREFIX
6. LIMITED
7. WIDTH
8. CONSTRUCTION
9. LENGTH
10. OBSTRUCTIONS
SECTION A
FACTORS
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION B
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION C
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION D
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
14. GRID REFERENCE - END:
SECTION IV
1. ENCLOSURES
SERIAL TITLE
ATTACHED
SERIAL TITLE
ATTACHED
OVERLAY(S)
RAPID BRIDGE ASSESSMENT(S)
1
6
2
MAP(S)
7
DETAILED BRIDGE ASSESSMENT(S)
3
DETAILED SKETCH(ES)
8
PHOTOGRAPH(S)
CALCULATION(S)
OTHER (Describe):
4
9
5
WORK ESTIMATE(S)
10
OTHER (Describe):
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
REPLACES DA FORM 1247, WHICH IS OBSOLETE.
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Adobe Professional X
ROUTE CLASSIFICATION
For use of this form, see ATP 3-34.81/MCWP 3-17.4; the proponent agency is TRADOC.
SECTION I
1. SERIAL NUMBER
2. TO
3. FOR INFORMATION
4. DATE/TIME GROUP
5. NUMBER OF SHEETS OR ENCLOSURES
6. RECONNAISSANCE OFFICER/NCO
7. UNIT
8. FORMATION
9. SIGNATURE
10. UNITS USED IN THE FORM (Please check)
CENTIMETERS
INCHES
FEET
MILES
METERS
KILOMETERS
CENTIGRADE
FAHRENHEIT
11. MAPS
12. COUNTRY
13. NAME
14. EDITION
15. SHEET NUMBER
16. SERIAL
17. SCALE
SECTION II
1. ROUTE CLASSIFICATION (See Section VII, Block 7.1.)
2. LIMITED BY SECTIONS
/
/
/
(
)
(
)
(
)
1
2
3
4
5
5
5
SECTION III
1. ROAD CLASSIFICATION
2. WEATHER
3. GRID REFERENCE - START
(Include last rainfall, if known, plus the temperature)
(See Section VII, Block 7.2.)
4. ROAD
5. PREFIX
6. LIMITED
7. WIDTH
8. CONSTRUCTION
9. LENGTH
10. OBSTRUCTIONS
SECTION A
FACTORS
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION B
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION C
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
SECTION D
11. START GRID
12. FORMULA
13. SHOULDERS
14. GRID REFERENCE - END:
SECTION IV
1. ENCLOSURES
SERIAL TITLE
ATTACHED
SERIAL TITLE
ATTACHED
OVERLAY(S)
RAPID BRIDGE ASSESSMENT(S)
1
6
2
MAP(S)
7
DETAILED BRIDGE ASSESSMENT(S)
3
DETAILED SKETCH(ES)
8
PHOTOGRAPH(S)
CALCULATION(S)
OTHER (Describe):
4
9
5
WORK ESTIMATE(S)
10
OTHER (Describe):
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
REPLACES DA FORM 1247, WHICH IS OBSOLETE.
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Adobe Professional X
SECTION V
1. OBSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UPGRADES
3. OBSTRUCTION
6. RECOMMENDATION
9.
4. ROAD
7.
8. EQUIPMENT/
10.
DETAILS
FOR UPGRADE
2. SERIAL
5. GRID
CONSTRUCTION
11. NEW MLC
MANPOWER
VEHICLES
TIME
SECTION
(Including existing MLC)
(Including new MLC)
MATERIAL
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
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SECTION VI
1. ROUTE CHART
a. NAME
b. UNIT
c. DATE/TIME GROUP
d. SCALE
e. REMARKS
2. NOTES
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
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SECTION VII
7.1. FACTORS USED IN ROUTE CLASSIFICATION FORMULAS. For example, 3.5/X/70/3.9(OB)
SERIAL
FACTOR
SYMBOL
MEANING
For example,
1
WIDTH
The width of the narrowest part for any given section.
3.5 meters
All-weather route - waterproof surface, never closed by weather other than
X
snow or flooding.
Limited all-weather route - loose or light surface, sometimes reduced volumeof traffic
2
ROUTE TYPE
Y
due to bad weather.
Z
Fair weather route - quickly impassable in adverse weather.
For example,
3
MLC
The maximum MLC of the vehicle which can use the route in convoy.
70
OVERHEAD
For example,
The minimum vertical distance between the route or road surface and any overhead
4
CLEARANCE
3.9
obstruction. Only included if height is less than the required for the MLC.
(OB)
Temporary or single obstructions.
OBSTRUCTION TO
5
TRAFFIC OTHER THAN A
(T)
Regular, recurrent and serious snow blockage.
BRIDGE
(W)
Regular, recurrent, and serious flooding.
7.2. FACTORS USED IN ROAD CLASSIFICATION FORMULAS.
SERIAL
FACTOR
SYMBOL
MEANING
A
No limiting factors.
1
PREFIX
B
One or more limiting factors.
LIMITING FACTORS:
o
Radius less than 25 meters and deflecting the direction more than
90.
SHARP CURVES
c
STEEP GRADIENTS
g
Gradients of 7 percent or over.
POOR DRAINAGE
d
Inadequate or blocked drainage.
2
WEAK FOUNDATIONS
f
Unstable, loose, or easily displaced.
ROUGH SURFACE
s
Likely to reduce convoy speed
EXCESSIVE CAMBER OR
j
Likely to cause heavy vehicle to skid or drag towards roadside.
SUPER ELEVATION
DOUBTFUL CONDITIONS
?
Indeterminate or doubtful conditions expressed with ? and (). For example, (f?).
SHOULDERS
-
No symbol, but written reports should specify.
3
WIDTH
/
Width of travelled way or total width including shoulders (when they are usable).
CONSTRUCTION
MATERIAL:
k
Concrete.
TYPE X ROUTE
kb
Bituminous or asphaltic concrete.
TYPE X OR Y ROUTE
p
Paving brick or stone.
rb
Bitumen penetrated macadam, water-bound macadam with superficial asphalt or tar
cover.
TYPE Y ROUTE
r
Water-bound macadam, crushed rock or coral.
4
l
Gravel or lightly metaled.
TYPE Y OR Z ROUTE
nb
Bituminous surface treatment on natural earth, stabilized soil, sand-clay, and so forth.
TYPE Z ROUTE
n
Natural earth, stabilized soil, sand-clay, shell, cinders, and so forth.
b
Bituminous construction. To be used alone only when type of bituminous
construction cannot be determined.
v
Various other types not mentioned above.
5
LENGTH
(
km)
The length of the section in kilometers may be added in brackets if desired.
(OB)
Symbol at the end of the formula indicates existence of obstruction.
OBSTRUCTIONS:
6
SNOW
(T)
Regular, recurrent and serious snow blockage.
FLOODING
(W)
Regular and sufficiently flooding which impedes traffic flow.
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
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7.2. FACTORS USED IN ROAD CLASSIFICATION FORMULAS. (continued)
NOTE. Consider the following as obstructions:
Overhead clearance less than 4.3 meters.
Reductions in road widths which limit traffic capacity, such as craters.
Gradients of 7 percent and over.
o
Curves with less than a 25-meter radius and deflecting more than 90.
Ford and ferries.
Example: B/c(f?)/3.2/4.8/p/(4.5km)(OB)(T)
According to the width, classify a route or road as follows:
Limited access. Up to 3.5 meters wide; it permits passage of isolated vehicles in one direction only.
Single lane. From 3.5 to 5.5 meters wide; it permits use only in one direction at any one time.
Single flow. From 5.5 to 7.5 meters wide; it permits isolated vehicles to pass or travel in the opposite direction to the main flow.
Double flow. Over 7.3 meters wide; it permits two columns of vehicles to proceed simultaneously.
7.3. MEASURING THE RADIUS OF AN EXSISTING CURVE.
Step 1. A chord AB is set out as shown and bisected at C, so that AC = BC = a.
x
A
B
a
a
Step 2. From point C, the perpendicular offset (x) is measured at point D on the curve.
C R
2
2
R= x + a
Step 3. The radius is calculated from the formula.
x
2
7.4. CONVERSION FACTORS.
U.S. UNITS
MULTIPLIED BY
EQUALS METRIC UNITS
CENTIMETER
0.39370
INCH
FOOT
0.30480
METER
INCH
2.54000
CENTIMETER
KILOMETER
0.62137
MILE
METER
3.28084
FEET
MILE
1.60934
KILOMETER
TEMPERTURE
5(��° − 32)
C
=
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9
CENTIGRADE DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT DEGREES
9C
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F
=
+ 32
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5
FAHRENHEIT DEGREES
CENTIGRADE DEGREES
DD FORM 3009, FEB 2016
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