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Mastering Roadway Plan Reading: A Guide for Engineers and Land Surveyors

Grasping the nuances of highway plans is imperative for professionals steering highway planning, design, and construction. This dynamic and immersive course is designed specifically for land surveyors, civil engineers, construction professionals, and others eager to delve into the world of infrastructure development. Throughout this course, you will unravel the various components, decipher interpretations, and discover practical applications of highway plans. With insights from seasoned professionals at the state Department of Transportation, this course integrates real-world scenarios and interactive exercises to hone your expertise in the multifaceted domain of highway plan reading. Upon completion, you’ll be adept at identifying and interpreting essential symbols, annotations, and terminologies prevalent in roadway plans. Whether you're looking to sharpen your skill set in roadway plan reading or gain in-depth insight into right-of-way planning processes, this course is your compass. While the content is closely aligned with Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) standards and methodologies, the core concepts and principles are universally applicable, making this course a valuable resource for professionals engaged in DOT projects across various states.

This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.

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