Active Sepias
​The Sepia List is used as a means to update the Standard Drawings. The Sepia List is a list of drawings that are either:
  1. A new detailed drawing that is approved for use as a Standard Drawing, but is not yet found in the Standard Drawings book;
  2. A new detailed drawing that is under consideration and is awaiting approval for use as a Standard; or
  3. A revision to a detailed drawing that is currently in the Standard Drawing book.

The revisions listed on the Sepia List supersede the drawing found in the current Standard Drawings book. The Sepia drawings are inserted by the designer into the plan sets as applicable. The drawings listed on the Sepia List are put into the Standard Drawing book when a Standard Drawing revision or reprint occurs. (This generally occurs once every four years at the same time of the Standard Specification reprint.)



Active Sepia Table as of July 2009
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
Sepia 001.DGN
  
00110/28/200412/17/2004Delineators at NarrowShoulder BridgesUpdated Spec. reference; See Design Memo No. 13A-88
Sepia 002.DGN
  
00212/1/19998/21/2000Delineators for GuardrailSee Design Memo No. 11-91
Sepia 003.DGN
  
00312/1/19998/21/2000Treatment of Open SinkholesSee Design Memo No. 07-92; Design Change
Sepia 004.dgn
  
0044/15/20087/25/2008Concrete Barrier Wall Type 9TTo allow alternate positive connection See note no. 8
Sepia 005.DGN
  
0054/15/20087/25/2008Type D Breakaway Sign SupportRevised note no. 4 to "Allow concrete to cure at least 5 days before erecting sign."
Sepia 006.dgn
  
0064/15/20087/25/2008Woven Wire Fence Type 1Revised note no. 1 "...shall comply with ASTM A 702..."
Sepia 007.dgn
  
0074/15/20087/25/2008Treatment of Embankments at Bridge End-BentsCorrected formula in Note no. 8 "...H/2 or 50' Min..."
Sepia 008.DGN
  
0084/15/20087/25/2008Box Beam Stiffening of Temporary Concrete BarrierNew Drawing, for use with 9T barrier walls within 3 feet of bridge deck edge etc. See note no.1
Sepia 009.dgn
  
0094/25/20087/25/2008Culvert, Entrance, & Storm Sewer Pipe Types & Cover HeightsRemoved old note no. 11 Allows PVC and HDPE to be used on National Highway System and for Storm Sewers
Sepia 010.dgn
  
0104/25/20087/25/2008Culvert, Entrance, & Storm Sewer Pipe Types & Cover HeightsRemoved old note no. 10 Allows PVC and HDPE to be used on National Highway System and for Storm Sewers
Sepia 011.dgn
  
0114/25/20087/25/2008Culvert & Storm Sewer Pipe Types & Cover HeightsRemoved old note no. 9 Allows PVC and HDPE to be used on National Highway System and for Storm Sewers
Sepia 012.dgn
  
0123/13/20094/24/2009Concrete Entrance Pavement and SidewalkAdded "with traffic control devices" to Note 11.
Sepia 013.dgn
  
0133/13/20094/24/2009Concrete Entrance Pavement and SidewalkAdded "with traffic control devices" to Note 10.
Sepia 014.dgn
  
01412/15/20082/13/2009Sidewalk RampsAdded "Retrofit" Grades on Note 1. Changed Detectable Warnings from incidental to a separate bid item.
Sepia 015.dgn
  
0153/13/20094/24/2009Truncated DomesAdded "with traffic control devices" to Note 3.
Sepia 016.dgn
  
0163/13/20094/24/2009Approach SlabChanged notes in Typical Section @ Bridge End to correspond with RGX-105
Sepia 017.dgn
  
0173/13/20094/24/2009Centerline Rumble Strips PlacementNew Drawing to show placement of centerline rumble strips on 2 lane highways and 4 lane undivided highways.
Sepia 018.dgn
  
0183/13/20094/24/2009Centerline Rumble Strips 4 Inch StripingNew Drawing to show placement of 4 inch striping with centerline rumble strips on 2 lane highways and 4 lane undivided highways.
Sepia 019.dgn
  
0193/13/20094/24/2009Centerline Rumble Strips 6 Inch StripingNew Drawing to show placement of 6 inch striping with centerline rumble strips on 2 lane highways and 4 lane undivided highways.
Sepia 021.dgn
  
0215/20/20098/21/2009Turf Mat Slope InstallationNew Drawing to enhance the performance of vegetative linings or covers.
Sepia 022.dgn
  
0225/20/20098/21/2009Turf Mat Channel InstallationNew Drawing to enhance the performance of vegetative linings or covers