Hill roads - road under special conditions, Mechanical Engineering

Hill Roads:

Alignment Selection and Geometric Design Standards

Here, you have already learnt how an alignment of a hill road has to be selected. The selection of a good alignment results in economy in construction and subsequent maintenance. The geometric design standards have also been discussed previously. Here, we shall discuss some special features of hill roads.

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