By Shinji Ido
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EM 1110-3-131 Flexible Pavements for Roads, Streets, Walks, and Open Storage Areas. EM 1110-3-132 Rigid Pavements for Roads, Streets, Walks, and Open Storage Areas. EM 1110-3-136 Drainage and Erosion Control. EM 1110-3-150 Storage Depots. Government Depository Libraries Transition Curves for Highways (1958), Catalog No. 2:H53/7* Nongovernment Publications. C. 20001 GD-2 Policy on Geometric Design of Rural Highways (1965). GU-2 Policy on Design of Urban Highways Arterial Streets (1973). HB-12 Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges.
2. Dimensions of elements of cross sections now shown on this figure are shown in tabla 1-2. varies with street classification traffi~ ~omposition, and type curb used in design. :~;A\~f:~:l Walk l<:::·~··. 1 Base Course ...... 11111111111111 Parking Lane Pavement T Total Width of Traffic Lanes B Border G Turfed Area (Grassed Area) P Parking Lane \01-' 0 ~~ 1-j I ...... 00~ ~0 EM 1110-3-130 9 Apr 84 selected on the basis of similarity with the type of area indicated in the TRB Highway Capacity Manual.
Criteria. Smooth, hard-surface walks should be provided· to accommodate pedestrian traffic. However, gravel, stone slab, wood or other type walk materials could be utilized if they are readily available. c. Geometric design. Safety and volume of pedestrian traffic are the primary controls for geometric design of walks. A design pedestrian traffic volume (pedestrians per hour) must be estimated on the basis of available data, engineering judgment, and pedestrian traffic at existing similar installations.
An Aspect Marking Construction Shared by Two Typologically Different Languages by Shinji Ido