e. Block 2, date/time group of the signature in the FROM block.
f. Block 3, the grid reference points from the beginning to the end of the recon.
g. Block 4, the name of the road.
h. Block 5., the total length of the road. Abbreviation for miles (mi) or kilometers (km) will be used.
i. Block 6, the width of the road from the narrowest to the widest.
j. Block 7, the date and time of the recon.
k. Block 8, the weather conditions and temperatures at the time of the recon. Report the last
rainfall if possible.
SECTION II. Gives more detailed information.
a. Block 9, slope and curve formation.
b. Block 10, drainage features of the road.
c. Block 11, road features (compact road or a loose, unstable road).
d. Block 12:
(1) Identifies whether road has potholes, bumps, or ruts that affect speed.
(2) Type of road surface.
SECTION III. Obstructions:
b. Reduction in road width because of bridges or tunnels.
SECTION IV. Use the formulas and critical points to reference information on the front of the form.
a. FROM block. The start point of the road recon.
b. TO block. The finish point of the road recon.
c. SCALE block tells the scale of the bar graph. Each mark on the kilometers (km) side is one unit
for a total of 32 units. On the opposite