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67 APPENDIX D New York State Department of Transportation--Visualization Request Form
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68 VISUALIZATION REQUEST FORM Project Name: P.I.N. Contact Name: Date Needed: Phone Number: I. General Information: (Check all that apply) Project Type: Project Phase: a.) Major Alignment Modification a.) Planning (IPP or EPP) b.) New Construction and /or Reconstruction b.) Phase I-IV, Preliminary Design c.) New Structure and / or Replacement c.) Phase V-VI, Final Design d.) Structure Rehabilitation Construction Applications (check as nec.) e.) Other (eg. Visual Impact Assessment, Cultural MPT: Resources, etc.) Phasing: Coordination: II. Visualization Objective: (Describe what you need and why) III. Visualization Types Requested (Check all that apply) Photo-Simulation Include Approximate Number and Size of Photo-simulations Animation - Include purposes & possible durations & traffic simulation data Real Time / Urban Simulation ñ Include Traffic Simulation data Media - List any Multi-Media or Other Special Media Needs VISUALIZATION REQUIREMENTS 1. Site Photos, labeled sequentially (locations to be "visualized"; need minimum 50% more photos than potential sites) Note the following: - date and time of day photographs were taken - lens size (50mm recommended: if zoom lens, need focal length for each photo) - precise x, y, z location of photo by station and offset or landmark, plus height of camera - line of sight of photo (e.g. along curb or stripe, or towards a particular house or target) 2. Support Photos, to be used as supplementary data as needed (e.g. to rebuild areas behind objects being removed during construction, such as structures, trees, fences, buildings, or if needed to show high detail. 3. Proposed design Digital Terrain Model (as detailed as possible, and should include curb and curb cuts) 4. Existing ground Digital Terrain Model 5. Photogrammetry files, if applicable 6. Typical Sections, Profiles , and half size set of General Plans including any plantings with annotations of photo locations and directions 7. Striping plan, if available 8. ASCII Job file including details on any deviations from standards as defined by Engineering Instructions 9. Animation or Real Time Urban Simulation: - Traffic Modeling Data - GIS and other Modeling Related Data I have discussed the feasibility of visualization with the appropriate people within the Regional and feel that this project is an appropriate use of their visualization capabilities. We will provide the above listed information to facilitate the productio n of accurate visualization products and will keep those involved in the visualization process apprised of any changes. Signature: Date: Project Manager - or - Visualization Sect. Planning/Design/Public Involvement/ Program or Signature and title ID Log Squad Leader's (CE-II) VRF 3_04