Section 1 C. Traffic Engineering 1. Traffic General
SECTION 1 STANDARD DESIGN AND PLAN PRODUCTION CRITERIA
C. Traffic Engineering
A traffic study will be required for proposed projects consisting of new developments. The study shall include the following topics:
I. Introduction of the Project/Development
II. Data Collection
III. Prevailing Road and Traffic conditions
IV. Existing Traffic Conditions
V. Committed Development Traffic
VI. Project Traffic
VII. Future Traffic Conditions
VIII. General Site Operations and Impacts
IX. Findings and Conclusions
1. Traffic safety and traffic control devices shall be employed on all private and public construction work within the public right of way. Such measures shall be established and provided in conformance with following regulations and in conformance with Miami-Dade County Public works Manual.
2. For construction within the City public right of way, the contractor shall submit two sets of construction plans for review to the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department, and Miami-Dade County Public Works Department, Traffic Division.
3. All traffic control and warning devices so specified, shall, unless otherwise specified by the City of Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County be furnished, installed according to the Dade County Public Works Manual, Part I, Standard Details traffic control and safety by a Uniformed Police Officer, when specified, shall be furnished by contractor.
4. The contractor shall take necessary precautions to ensure complete protection to public health, welfare, and safety. Adequate protection and warning devices shall be placed at locations surrounding work areas to prevent injuries to public and properties. Particular emphasis must be placed on safety devices for vehicular traffic. Any work areas that may create a hazard at night shall be well lighted from sunset to sunrise with lamps or lanterns visible from all approaches. All maintenance of traffic signals must be approved by Miami-Dade County and the Florida Department of Transportation.