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Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering. Edited by. CA O'Flaherty. Contributing authors. MGH Bell, BA (Cantab), MSc, PhD (Leeds), FIHT. PW BonsaU, BA. SERVICE LINES: Project and Program Management. Land Use / Master Planning. Survey / Right of Way Mapping. Roadway / Highway. Transportation engineering and planning are concerned with the movement of people and goods by means of highways, rail, air, water, and information.


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Transportation planning has historically followed the rational planning model of defining objectives, identifying problems, generating and evaluating alternatives, and developing plans. The main features of the act are: i The responsibility of development and maintenance of the National Highway NH to be provisionally taken by the central government.

Roads are classified into primary, secondary and tertiary road systems. In the field of traffic engineering, engineers must look at the whole picture in order to maximize traffic flow and reduce instanced of congestion: the movement of vehicles on roads and highways; the movement of pedestrians.

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The typical designed service life of a rigid pavement is between 30 and 40 years, lasting about twice as long as a flexible pavement. Due to the relatively low tensile strength of concrete, thermal stresses are extremely important to the design considerations of rigid pavements.

Regardless of how well other aspects of a road are designed and constructed, adequate drainage is mandatory for a road to survive its entire service life.