Types of cross-drainge structures, Civil Engineering

Types of Cross-drainage Structures:

The following are the types of cross-drainage structures :

(a) Culverts, having waterway upto 6 m.

(b) Minor Bridges, having waterway in the range of 6-30 m.

(c) Medium size Bridges, having waterway in the range of 30-100 m.

(d) Major Bridges, having waterway greater than 100 m.

(e) Paved dips and Causeway which allow water to flow over the roadway.

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