MCDOT

AcronymDefinition
MCDOTMaricopa County Department of Transportation (Arizona)
MCDOTMonroe County Department of Transportation (New York)
MCDOTMcHenry County Division of Transportation (Illinois)
MCDOTMendocino County Department of Transportation (California)
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The MCDOT live monitoring network is made up of nine remote sites with a central location.
Optivision will provide MCDOT with service and support for the system.
former director of transportation with MCDOT and now principal project manager for the Collier County Transportation Services Division in Florida.
In size, the county is 9,091 square kilometers (3,510 square miles), and MCDOT is responsible for maintaining and improving 1,639 kilometers (1,018 miles) of secondary roads.
In 1992 MCDOT had only a computerized sign inventory.
They pointed out, for example, that most of their agencies--like the MCDOT itself--have neither the technical staff nor the financial resources to develop crash analysis and asset management systems.
Following three overlay-paving test projects, MCDOT was ready to implement its Smoothness Specification Program.
Also, the MCDOT Roadway Management Division did their homework; they expected to keep the incentive costs within a range of 3 percent to 5 percent of the total contract price.
Since 1994, he has overseen the MCDOT road maintenance network.
Project Description : The Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) Low Volume Road (LVR) Program is paving and improving dirt roads in the MCDOT Roadway System in compliance with federal EPA mandates and Maricopa County s air quality plan.
This project was developed by MCDOT in partnership with Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and City of Mesa.