Geometric design of roads, Civil Engineering

Geometric Design Of Roads:

Geometric design of roads deals with elements such as cross-section, horizontal and vertical alignment, sight distances, lateral and vertical clearances and intersections.

Geometric design standards are influenced by:

(a)        Terrain of the road,

(b)       Design speed adopted, and

(c)        Class of the road.

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