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Roadway design files (RDF)
The purpose of roadway design files is to guide design engineers, technicians, and inspection personnel engaged in roadway design, plan preparation, and construction for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Roadway design files are prepared to encourage uniform application of designs and standard details in plan preparation of roadways and other related facilities.
AutoTURN files (updated February 20, 2015)
AutoTURN resource files (self-extracting executable format)
CAiCE files (updated June 19, 2010)
CAiCE resource files (self-extracting executable format)
Civil 3D files (updated April 7, 2015)
Civil 3D resource files (self-extracting executable format)
EPlans files (updated February 3, 2011)
EPlans resource file
MicroStation files (updated February 23, 2011)
MicroStation resource files (self-extracting executable format)
Disclaimer: Although the material in the roadway design Web pages has been tested by the Roadway Development Section, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation as to the accuracy of the material in these pages, nor shall the fact of distribution constitute any such warranty, and responsibility is not assumed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation in connection therewith.
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Last modified: April 7, 2015
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