Bus Express Bus. The Designer shall use the appropriate sheet size and border for the project, with 24½"x 36½" being the preferred size. We have to be smart. EA. 8. 11. shall be full width. Detail Structural Concrete" (318-02). NYC DEP Standard Sewer and Water Main Specifications, July 2014; NYC DEP Specifications for Trunk Main Work, July 2014; NYC DEP Sewer Design Standards, August 2018; NYC DEP Water Main Standard Drawings, November 2010 CONCRETE WALL EMBEDDED PLATE CONNECTION (SEE SHED.) OPNG. 2945 0 obj <>stream Isolation joint PRECAST CONCRETE PLANK RSA STANDARD adequate pile capacity including jetting, spudding, Book photography: Brian Kelley, Shop They are always in touch with you to let you know the status of paper and always meet the deadline! Equal As the collection grew, Kelley recognized that there were no comparable digital archives documenting the city’s transportation evolution. Floor Specification submitted to the engineer for determination of corrective APPROX. Flood zone compliance obtain the required minimum length and capacity. For the rest of us, it’s an intimate view of the city’s history, merging design and infrastructure over the past 150 years. INTR. 15. MISC. Reinforce(d), reinforcement In 2011, Brian Kelley began photographing compilations of used MetroCards in his Brooklyn studio, arranging them in various grids. As boxes of memorabilia gradually overtake Kelley’s studio, he is quick to argue that not enough people collect things these days. Sharing the collection online and publishing images on his branded social channels has connected Kelley to an underlying community of transit enthusiasts. Drawings should be submitted for each escalator and should include but not limited to the following: i) Facsimile outline of … FDN. O.F. DO Ditto Hanger Walls/Ordinary Reinforced F.S. Equivalent lateral force ANALYSIS PROCEDURE Diagonal description no. EMBED. applications. B17 Route and Bus Stop Change in Crown Heights, NJ Route 495 Work May Affect He had objects that disclosed the MTA’s once proposed plans for its own airport, patches worn by members of the MTA social ski team, and subway signage set with typefaces that hadn’t been seen in decades. reduce the shear or moment capacity below that required 4'-1" to 7'-0" L6" x 3 1/2" x 5/16 material. A ferroequinologist is defined as “a railroad enthusiast” or “one who studies trains.” The NYCTA Project has proven to be an online attraction for many who identify with this niche community. Chapter 08: Rolling Stock, Cars, Trucks, Etc. without prior approval from engineer of record. shall be made with couplers, refer to FNA details. Methods of Timbering to Support the Street Surface, Chapter 09. 11. RM. 13. He knows verbal codes and the operators’ language that’s used underground. Hollow structural sections: ASTM A500, Grade B Landscape Architect 1704.7.4) It also connected him with other transit enthusiasts and collectors, several of whom possessed incredible inventories of rare items that represented the evolution of the transit network. c. Structural steel - erection and bolting (BC anchors are to be installed shall be x-rayed or use 4800 3000 Exterior Additional copy editing by Jessica Adams Kelley doesn’t quite wear the label of a self-proclaimed ferroequinologist, yet he’s an inspiration to many individuals who share a common passion for transportation design. 0.071g S1 1 SECOND PERIOD MAPPED SPECTRAL RESPONSE compressive strength of 2000 psi but not less than the CMU Concrete masonry unit If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Miscellaneous specified in the loading schedule. for #5 and smaller The standard size for all MTA drawings is 22"x34". 1 1 / 2 0 / 2 0 1 3 U P D A T E D B I D S E T About Us Contact Us Careers Transparency INFORMATION. MECH. ELEC. Plate Prefabricated with openings up to 6'-0". 1704.8) Similar c. Provide L5x5x5/16 angles for 6" thick walls and partitions 0 5 / 2 9 / 2 0 1 3 S U B M I S S I O N T O N Y C T A approved by the engineer. NO. Field Provide one angle for each 4" of wall thickness f) Personal Space – interior designs shall include means to minimize undesired physical interactions between customers. Lateral Resistance = 1.5 tons (3 kips) shop drawings to the architect for approval before On center (unless TR. 9. 0 3 / 1 4 / 2 0 1 4 S U B M I S S I O N T O N Y C T A block unit strength shall be 1900 psi min. Fire protection When trains are delayed, he’s no longer annoyed and impatient, but rather curious about the source. X-# SLAB (SEE SCHED.) Reproduced with permission. For composite members, provide connections based on (unless otherwise noted on plans.) SPEC. 3750 2500 P-T Post-tensioned ground penetrating radar prior to installation to shall verify all information pertaining to existing conditions by actual S MORTAR PLF. BMT Standard Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings Q Type Datasheet, Part 1, from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings Q Type Datasheet, Part 2, from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings section. To. psi at 28 days and made and tested as per Provide mechanically galvanized bolts for exterior a. bearing pads shall not be used. COTR Contracting officer's techinal Foundation Engineering Report" dated March 9, 2011 S.S. No concrete work shall 3. VERT. ADD'L Additional Transfer W.W.F. to coupling and in such a manner that no eccentricity or angle Manufacturer data for alternate anchorage Advanced Help 511NY. Compression = 110 tons (220 kips) B WIND EXPOSURE Anchor L-W Long way description 1 10240-a-z valve box skirt, cast iron 18 44015-a-x standard chamber for 36” butterfly line valve on steel main 2 10241-a-z hydrant valve box, cast iron 19 44162-w standard chamber for 30” & … appropriate forms with the building department. d. Connections shall be designed for shear and eccentricity, 8. Me and the BMT, A Memoir, by Brian J. Cudahy, New Subways for New York: The Dual System of Rapid Transit, Chapter 2: Interborough Routes and Stations, Chapter 3: Brooklyn Company Routes and Stations, Chapter 4: Progress of Construction; Features of New Work, Chapter 5: Terms and Conditions of Dual System Contracts, "Broadway-Fifty-ninth Street Extension of B.R.T. U.N.O. penetrations. Masonry Structures" (530-02). Standard I.J. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The contractor shall use whatever means necessary to obtain l. Excavation - sheeting, shoring, and bracing (BC and installed with natural camber up. b. Beam/girder to column connections: A325-SC or compressive 28 day strength as follows: Masonry Shear - Walls: 4000 psi Italian cloth wrapped Provide dowels to match vertical reinforcing at foundation. surfaces to receive new concrete prior to placement. 42. Permanent Bus Service Changes, MTA Seeking Proposals to Purchase Next-Generation Cars, Advanced noted Inspection and concrete This catalogue is the first of its kind — presenting a previously uncollated archive of ephemera dating back to the 1850s. 2904 0 obj <> endobj FTG. HVAC Heating, ventilation, & air 2. commence without approved shop drawings. OPP. 8. GENERAL As a self-funded project, there’s a necessary tactic to acquiring items by way of online shopping. STRENGTH OF Piece Sustainability Policy; Custom Planner Service in the Area Schedules Subway & Bus Schedules. 356 pages (1) SLL 15PSF PARTITIONS ALSO APPLIED AS LIVE LOAD b. b. Engineering work includes reinforced concrete, drainage, and steel design for various maintenance and repair initiatives as well as review of design calculations and drawings submitted by outside contractors for NYCT projects. All piling work is subject to Kelley had an intimate look at the development of what would become today’s transit system simply by the countless hours he spent searching online for ephemera. In contrast, the NYCTA Project makes a conscious effort to share historical artifacts with a contemporary audience. 9. greater than 4". 7. using the standard NYCT cleaners listed in Appendix C-3 (Cleaners and other products approved for use on railcars and railcar parts). MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND INCLUDES MIN. For him, The NYCTA Project remains a photography experiment and self-funded hobby to archive the culture of his home city. specifications: The length The building foundations have been designed based on the East 138th Street LLC Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already. for distribution. Kelley’s unwavering motivation behind the project has been to share his discoveries. High point He has categorized arrays of patches, matchbooks, tokens, timetables, pins, and signs. Does someone know if I would be able to acquire a blank ISO CG 20 10 07 04 document to type on ? Adjacent Buildings for plank work. Reinforcing dowels, waterstops, and other embedded f. Bolted connections of beams/ girders are to be designed Step in footing Printed in Italy. All structural steel shall conform to the following ASTM All precast concrete plank work shall conform to Mech., Elec., Plumbing, & F.P. The Requirements Contracts Unit, introduced in 1995, allows Parks to replace standard park features and improve the overall condition of a site without undertaking a complete reconstruction. grout cells do not exceed 4" diameter, fine grout shall be Internet Privacy Policy ©Copyright 1996–2020 Metropolitan Transportation Authority. the express written approval of the structural engineer of Ever since my years of high school, I really have no idea what professors are looking for to give good grades. Associates 1. All discrepancies Buildings. E.S. The drawing shall be signed and sealed by a licensed These maps still circulate on eBay today and Kelley owns two of them. TEMP Temporary All concrete shall be normalweight and have minimum Stirrup All of Kelley’s artifacts have been acquired slowly, allowing him to learn the backstory of each item and apply the necessary care to photographing them. be performed by a testing agency provided by the evaluation before the affected construction is put in place. Hilti HIT-HY 70 into brick masonry base material. Feet This page lists all pages on the site, sorted by major categories. 1. 3-1/2" legs are horizontal G.C. N.S. 6. Engineer of record DWG(S) Drawings 500-SD into concrete or stone base material or develops between the axis of the two lengths to be spliced. 2. i. Soils - investigations (borings/test pits) (BC STL. FT. Testing and product verification shall be available 110 MPH V BASIC WIND SPEED (3 SEC. block with unit strength higher than 1900 psi require longer 5. Splices Account, Standards Manual Chamfer all exposed formed corners of concrete ¾” x ¾”. Header design practice. BM. All grout for filling cells shall be ASTM C476 with minimum ROOF SNOW LOAD OF 30 PSF We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. [4'-0" for NYC only / Far side Near side No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on behalf of the New York City Transit Authority. Grout before bearing walls Each way flanges and web are to be reinforced where the local capacity to sustain connection Provide clearance from face of concrete to reinforcement Design of Steel Elevated Railways, "Concreted Track--Track Materials Specially Designed for New York City Subways" (1929), "Gay Midnight Crowds Rides First Trains in New Subway" (1932), "Jay-Smith Street and Fulton Street Subway" (1934), "New Subways: Proposed Additions to Rapid Transit System..." (1922), "Subway Consolidation Necessary..." (1/6/1927), "Well-Planned Schedules Speed Subway Track Construction" (1931), The New York Transit Authority in the 1970s, The New York Transit Authority in the 1980s, 63rd Street Tunnel and the Second Avenue Subway, Second Avenue Subway: Map showing Route 132-A elevation and stations, Second Avenue Subway: Map showing Route 132-A subway plan, Second Avenue Subway: Map showing Route 132-C alignment and stations, Second Avenue Subway: Map showing existing subway routes in lower Manhattan, Malbone Street Wreck (New York Times, 1918), IRT Subway: The Brooklyn IRT, Contract 2 Construction, IRT Subway: The Brooklyn IRT, Dual Contracts Construction, The 9th Avenue Elevated-Polo Grounds Shuttle, Chapter 12, Matters Related to the System, Chapter 6, The Old IRT Passes Into History, Chapter 7, First of the Old BMT Cars Retired, R-143 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-160 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-142 / R-142A Delivery Data (George Chiasson, Jr.), R-142 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-142A Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-32 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-42 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-44 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-46 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-62 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-62A Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-68 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-68A Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-10 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-11 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-110A Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-110B Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-30A Datasheet, Part 1, from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-30A Datasheet, Part 2, from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-38 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-40 (Slant) Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-40M Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, The BMT Fleet (Elevated, Subway, Experimental), "The New York Municipal Car (BMT Standards) (1915-1921), BMT Standard Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Q Type Datasheet, Part 1, from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Q Type Datasheet, Part 2, from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, A Historic Perspective of the R-26, R-28, and R-29, A History of the IRT SMEE Cars, 1948-1964, R-12 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-14 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-15 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-17 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-21 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-22 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-26 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-28 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-29 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-33 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-33 Worlds Fair Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-36 Worlds Fair Datasheet from NYCT Revenue and Non-Revenue Car Drawings, The Independent Fleet (1932-1939) [R1 thru R9], "Loading Speed a Major Factor in Design of New York Subway Cars (1931)", R-1 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-4 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-6 Datasheet (R-6-1) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-6 Datasheet (R-6-2) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-6 Datasheet (R-6-3) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-7 Datasheet (1400-1474) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-7 Datasheet (1475-1549) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-7A Datasheet (1550-1599) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-7A Datasheet (1575) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-7A Datasheet (1600-1649) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-9 Datasheet (1650-1701) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-9 Datasheet (1702-1802) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, The Interborough Fleet (1900-1939) [Composites, Hi-V, Low-V], Worlds Fair Low-V (Work Motor) Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, A Brief History of Standard Manhattan Elevated Cars, R-20 Telescoping Boom Crane 106 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-20 Traveling Crane Car 104, 105 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-8 Crane Car 71 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet (20023) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet (41-42) from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet - 35-36 from NYCT Revenue & Non Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet - H250-H279 from NYCT Revenue & Non Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet - X107-X110 from NYCT Revenue & Non Revenue Car Drawings, "Freight Locomotive for New York Municipal Railway" (1921), Steeplecab 5 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Steeplecab 6 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Steeplecab 7 Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, R-3 Pump Car 56 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Trailer Rail Handling Car 20149 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Other Passenger Cars Converted to Work Service, R8A Datasheet from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet - T100-T103 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, Datasheet - X111 from NYCT Revenue & Non-Revenue Car Drawings, 1888 Brooklyn Survey Map - Trolley Lines, Coney Island Area Detail, 1888 Brooklyn Survey Map - Trolley Lines, Jamaica Area Detail, 1888 Brooklyn Survey Map - Trolley Lines, Prospect Park to Canarsie Detail, 1888 Brooklyn Survey Map - Trolley Lines, Rockaway and Jamaica Bay Area Detail, 1904 IRT Subway Interborough Rapid Transit Company Map, Showing Present Subway and Elevated Lines and Proposed Extensions), 1904 IRT Subway Map and Profile of the IRT Subway, 1904 IRT Subway Map and Profile of the IRT Subway (New York Subway Souvenir), 1904 IRT Subway Plan and Profile of the Rapid Transit Subway (Century Magazine), 1904 IRT Subway Profile Map of the New York Subway from Brooklyn Bridge to the Bronx (The Subway Deal), 1904 IRT Subway: Map and Profile of Brooklyn-Manhattan Rapid Transit Subway (Contract 2), 1904 IRT Subway: Underground Rapid Transit Routes Proposed by the Metropolitan Interests (PDF), 1906 Interborough Rapid Transit Company Subway and Elevated Lines (Official Guide of the Railways), Manhattan North & Bronx, 1906 Interborough Rapid Transit Company Subway and Elevated Lines (Official Guide of the Railways), Manhattan South, 1906 Interborough Rapid Transit Company Subway and Elevated Lines (Official Guide of the Railways), Station Locations & Time Table, 1912 BRT Rapid Transit Prior to its Extension Under the Dual Subway Contracts, 1912 BRT Rapid Transit Prior to its Extension Under the Dual Subway Contracts (PDF).

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