§ 155.022  STREETS.
   (A)   All streets, whether public or private, must be designed and constructed in the manner described herein and in accordance with the American Association of the State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Guide for Design of Pavement Structures or Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Flexible Pavement Design Manual. Parking lots and drives on private property are required to have an improved surface and shall meet those requirements that are deemed appropriate for the type of use involved.
   (B)   Pavement cross-section.
Type S-I or Type S-III Surface
      (1)   The base shall extend one foot beyond the surface course or back of curbs.
      (2)   The subgrade shall extend two feet beyond the surface course.
      (3)   Streets constructed for use by commercial type facilities shall meet collector road standards for the pavement cross section.
      (4)   Streets constructed for use by industrial type facilities shall meet arterial road standards.
      (5)   Pavement specifications:
         (a)   Subgrade (FDOT Type B Stabilized):  density - 98% of maximum (AASHTO T - 180 Method D) Limerock Bearing Ratio (LBR) - (40) Minimum
         (b)   Base - (Ocala or Miami Formation Limerock or Cemented Coquina):  Density - 98% of maximum (AASHTO T-180 Method D) Limerock Bearing Ratio (LBR) 100 Minimum
         (c)   Surface coarse:  FDOT Type S-I or S-III (or as otherwise approved by the Town Engineer or their representative) Marshall Stability - 1500 minimum.  Where Type S Asphalt Concrete is specified in the Plans, if approved by the Engineer, Type SIM Asphalt Concrete may be selected as an alternate for the final surface when no friction course is specified, and as the final layer of structural course prior to the friction course.
   (C)   Curbs and curb and gutter sections shall be in conformance with the details drawn on the plans or specified in accordance with FDOT, standard specifications.
(2000 Code, § 58-178)  (Ord. 88-01, passed 5-24-1988; Ord. 2010-05, passed 4-27-2010)  Penalty, see § 10.99