Roads in marshy areas, Civil Engineering

Roads in Marshy Areas:

The Problems Encountered

Roads passing through marshy and swampy ground and waterlogged areas have stable ground generally in a saturated condition. Road embankment can settle into the soft ground and damage the ground pavement. Special precautions are needed to avoid such failures.

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