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GEOPAK and MicroStation Drawing Standards 


MoDOT drawing standards are provided here for use by consultants in creating a design environment that exactly matches the environment used internally at MoDOT.  These standards, when used in conjunction with PowerGeopak ensure that drawings provided to MoDOT meet our requirements. This configuration is available for download via the link provided below.

The files contained here are provided in one of three formats:  *.pdf files are Adobe Acrobat documents,  *.dgn files are MicroStation Drawings, and *.zip are zip compressed files that will need to be decompressed to use. 

It is suggested you start with first reading the documents contained in the "Information on MoDOT drafting standards and setup " link listed below.  These files outline how to use the associated standards.  A link to the full MoDOT Configuration provides all the department MicroStation standards in a single .zip file for ease of download. 

Users that are using the previous release of the MoDOT's PowerGeopak SS4 workspace are encouraged to download either the full workspace or update workspace. 

Submit your email if you would like to be notified via email about future updates to MoDOT's workspace standards and setup.

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Information on MoDOT drafting standards and setup 


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