Appendix: Tables and Details
City of Noblesville Comprehensive Master Plan
Thoroughfare Classifications
Table A1
Limited Access Arterials
Primary Arterials
Secondary Arterials
Major Collectors
Minor Collectors
Local Streets
Urban
Rural
Applicable Streets
SR 37
SR 32, SR 38, SR 238, SR 19, Allisonville /
10th Street and Little Chicago/Haze l Dell
Union Chapel, Cumberland, River Road, Hinkle, 191st, and the 206th/ 209th/211th connection
As shown on the Thoroughfare Plan map
All not otherwise designated on the map and which do not meet the criteria for a Rural Road
See "Notes" below.
Functions
Transport s traffic between the community and the surroundi ng region
Transports traffic across the community
Main feeder street of the system.
Provide circulation between local streets and arterials
Provide access to individual properties
Distances from similar thoroughfar e
Varies
1½ - 2 miles
3/4 - 1 mile
1/4 - 1/2 miles
Varies
No more than 125 feet to any other thoroughfares
Minimum Right-of- way
Regulated by state
100 - 120 ft.
80 ft.
60 ft.
50 ft.
50 ft.
50 ft.
Maximum Pavement Width (measured from back of curb)
Regulated by state
60 feet, divided by 25 ft. landscaped median
60 ft.
44 ft.
32 ft.
20-32 ft.
20 - 24 ft.
Driving Lanes
Regulated by state
2 - 4 lanes
2 lanes
2 @ 12 ft.
2 @ 12 ft.
2 @ 11 ft.
2 @ 11 ft.
Parking Lanes
Regulated by state
Not permitted
Not permitted
2 @ 10 ft.
1 @ 8 ft.
1 @ 8 ft.
Not permitted
Design Speed
Regulated by state
35 - 45 mph
35 - 40 mph
30 mph
30 mph
25 mph
25 mph
Curb & Gutter
Regulated by state.
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
*
Sidewalks
Regulated by state
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Landscaping
   -
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
 
Notes:   1)   Rural roads may be permitted in Open Space and Countryside areas, where average density is no more than one dwelling per three acres, and where runoff can be handled acceptably by surrounding topography.
   2)   Alleys may be permitted in higher-density area as described in the "Neighborhoods" concept.  The right- of-way for alleys should be 16 feet.
*Curb and Gutter required within Noblesville corporate limits or in areas to be annexed.
(Ord. 13-3-01, passed 3-27-01)
City of Noblesville
Typical Street Sections

(Minimum Standards)
Table A2
Local Streets
(No Trucks Allowed)
   R/W = 50'
Pavement Width = 28' B/C B/C
Curb = 2' Rollback
Min Curb Radius = 20'
MinorCollector
(No Trucks Allowed)
   R/W = 70'
Pavement Width = 32' B/C B/C
Pavement Width w/Parking = 44' B/C B/C
   Curb = 6" Chairback
Major Collector
R/W = 80'
Pavement Width = 44' B/C B/C
Curb = 6" Chairback
Min. Curb Radius = 30'
6" Min. Underdrain Required
Arterial
R/W = 100'
Pavement Width = 60' B/C B/C
No Parking Allowed
   Curb = 6" Chairback
Min. Curb Radius = 30'
6" Min. Underdrain Required
Cross Section
1" Surface = #110/sys (LV) #11
3" Binder = #330/sys (LV) #8
9" Stone = #53 Type "0" Compacted
6" Min. Underdrain Required
Cross Section
1" Surface = #110/sys (LV) #11
3" Binder = #330/sys (LV) #8
9" Stone = #53 Type "0" Compacted
6" Min. Underdrain Required
Cross Section
1" Surface= #110/sys (MV) #11
2" Binder = #220/sys (MV) #8
6" Base #5 = #660/sys (MV)
3" Base 5D = #330/sys (MV) Compacted Subgrade
Cross Section
1 " Surface = #11O/sys (MV) #11 2" Binder = #220/sys (MV) #8
7" Base #5 = #770/sys (MV)
3" Base 5D = #330/sys (MV) Compacted Subgrade
*All asphalt pavements shall require a tack coat per the Standard Specifications Section 409.
(Ord. 13-3-01, passed 3-27-01)
Encroachment Information
Central Business District
Attachment A3
(This form must be completed before submittal to the Board of Works for approval)
Not to exceed 30 days from the date of approval.
Insurance Information: Minimum required in § 94.03(E) of this chapter
Company: ______________________________ Exp. Date: _________________________
Coverage: _____________________________ Policy #: __________________________
Bond Amount: __________________________
Diagram of the work zone with pedestrian or traffic control devices  in place
Nature of work: ____________________________________________________________
Any items to be left on the premises over night?  Yes  No
       Dumpster Vehicle/Equipment Other _________________________
Adjacent businesses affected contacted?  Yes       No
   If yes, concerns:_______________________________________________________
Location of Encroachment:
    Sidewalk (see below)    Alley Street
   * Parking Lane Roof   Building Face
Are utilities involved?  Yes   No
   If yes, which ones and why? ____________________________________________
Approval of communication information
Board of Works approval   Date: __________
Police Department approval   Date: __________ Authorized by: _______________
Fire Department approval   Date: __________ Authorized by: _______________
Additional Requirements
Police  __________________________________________________________________
Fire ____________________________________________________________________
The City of Noblesville Board of Public Works reserves the right in accordance with City Ordinance No. 58-10-98 to void this permit at any time if any item of the agreement is not met.  Any and all penalties shall be enforced according to Ordinance No. 58-10-98 at the time of cancellation of the same permit.
Costs
Table A4
   The costs shown on this table are subject to change only at the approval of the city Board of Public Works and Safety.
 
Labor
$30.00/hour
Operator
$45.00/hour
Backhoe
$120.00/hour
Loader
$150.00/hour
Traffic Maintenance
  Cones
  Barricades
  Steel Plates
$10.00 each/hour
$30.00/hour
$50.00/hour
Vehicles
  Pickup
  Single axle
  Tandem
$50.00/hour
$85.00/hour
$100.00/hour
 
   This table does not reflect all costs or does it imply maximum charges that can incur with all penalties of this chapter.  Material costs of asphalt and/or concrete are not listed due to price variations with vendors and quantities.
*A minimum of one hour will be charged on all labor and equipment.
(Ord. 13-3-01, passed 3-27-01)
Detail A5
Trench Backfill - Type II
Flowable fill detail
(Scale: none)
Notes:
   (A)   Trench spoil is to be removed from the work site and disposed of out of the right-of-way.
   (B)   Flowable fill is to be poured into the trench to serve as backfill to the dimensions and specifications listed in this detail.
   (C)   The flowable fill mix design shall have been previously reviewed and approved by the Noblesville Engineering Department.
   (D)   The compressive strength of the flowable fill shall not be less than 50 PSI nor greater than 100 PSI at 28 days.
   (E)   When type I trench backfill is used, the existing paved surface is not required to be over-cut two feet minimum each side provide a vertical, neat saw-cut edge.
   (F)   Flowable fill shal1 be mixed and placed as specified in the latest Standard INDOT Specifications Section 213.
(Ord. 13-3-01, passed 3-27-01)
Detail A6
Trench Backfill - Type II
Granular fill detail
(Scale: none)
Notes:
   (A)   Saw cut existing pavement so that cut provides a vertical, neat and uniform edge.
   (B)   Trench spoils to be removed from the work site and disposed of out of the right-of-way.
   (C)   Trench backfill type II shall only be permitted under the presence of an independent testing laboratory.  Compaction tests shall be at the contractor’s expense.  Test results shall be submitted.
(Ord. 13-3-01, passed 3-27-01)