Stormwater Management Hydraulic Facilities
An effort is underway to identify all hydraulic
facilities within NDOT right-of-way that conveys stormwater. From old
construction contracts to survey and design files, information is being
collaborated from multiple sources into a GIS database to use for future
design, analysis and reporting purposes.
Major pipe and culvert
outfalls are being verified and assessed for scour potential, impact to
adjacent waterways and environmental red flags. As part of this task,
NDOT is collecting information on pipes/culverts, drop inlets,
manholes, special concrete structures, and stormwater basins.
Timeline of Completion
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A Web Map has been developed to interactively show the
progress by location of major outfalls that are field verified.
Maps are being created to provide NDOT staff as well as the general
public a better understanding of where the Major
Outfalls are within the state.
Stockpiles are necessary part of the roadway system, but can also be a
source of sediment in storm water runoff and can introduce contaminants
such as salt into adjacent waterways. An effort is underway to
identify all material stockpiles within NDOT Right-of-Way.
Disclaimer:The information provided herein in
provided for reference purposes only and not for design.Please note
that regular modifications are occurring as progress continues and
field verification and assessment occurs.Use at your own