A policy on design of urban highways and arterial streets
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Standing Committee on Engineering Policies, American Association of State Highway Officials
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 1974 - Reference - 740 pages
This Policy was developed as a part of the continuing work of the Standing Committee on Engineering Policies.
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Table of Contents
Part IIHighway Location
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AASHO adjacent alignment alternative arterial streets at-grade auxiliary lane bus turnouts buses central business district chapter clearance cloverleaf collector-distributor roads congestion consideration construction corridor cost cross section cross slope cross streets curb curvature deceleration lane depressed freeway design speed desirable diamond interchange driver economic edge effect elevated freeway entrance evaluation exit facilities factors feet frontage roads goals grade separation guardrail highway agency highway design highway location horizontal improvement interchange intersections land left turns length location and design major minimum necessary number of lanes one-way operation outer separation overpasses parking pavement pedestrian ramp terminals regional reversible roadway right-of-way roadway rotary intersections route running speed shoulder shown in figure space stopping sight distance structure superelevation traffic lanes traffic volumes transit transportation planning trip distribution trips trucks tunnel turning movements two-lane underpass urban areas urban highway usually utility values vertical curve weaving sections width