# Question A crest vertical curve and a horizontal curve on the same highway have the same design speed. The equal-tangent vertical curve connects a +3% initial grade with a +1% final grade and has a PVC at 101 + 78 and a PVT at 106 + 72. The horizontal curve has a PI at 150 + 10 and a central angle of 75 degrees. If the superelevation of the horizontal curve is 8% and the road has two 12-ft lanes, what is the stationing of the PT? A crest vertical curve and a horizontal curve on the same highway have the same design speed. The equal-tangent vertical curve connects a +3% initial grade with a +1% final grade and has a PVC at 101 + 78 and a PVT at 106 + 72. The horizontal curve has a PI at 150 + 10 and a central angle of 75 degrees. If the superelevation of the horizontal curve is 8% and the road has two 12-ft lanes, what is the stationing of the PT?

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A crest vertical curve and a horizontal curve on the same highway have the same design speed. The equal-tangent vertical curve connects a +3% initial grade with a +1% final grade and has a PVC at 101 + 78 and a PVT at 106 + 72. The horizontal curve has a PI at 150 + 10 and a central angle of 75 degrees. If the superelevation of the horizontal curve is 8% and the road has two 12-ft lanes, what is the stationing of the PT? A crest vertical curve and a horizontal curve on the same highway have the same design speed. The equal-tangent vertical curve connects a +3% initial grade with a +1% final grade and has a PVC at 101 + 78 and a PVT at 106 + 72. The horizontal curve has a PI at 150 + 10 and a central angle of 75 degrees. If the superelevation of the horizontal curve is 8% and the road has two 12-ft lanes, what is the stationing of the PT?

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