Design and Construction of Low Volume Rural Roads in Tanzania: Application of the Environmentally-Optimised Design (EOD)

Abstract

Environmentally Optimised Design and Construction methodology is a design approach that considers variation in road environment conditions along the length of the road, and chooses pavement structure and surfacing to suit the actual conditions of different sections of roads.

Citation

Juma, S.; Leta, N. Design and Construction of Low Volume Rural Roads in Tanzania: Application of the Environmentally-Optimised Design (EOD). Presented at ARRB LVRS Symposium, Cairns Australia, November 2013. (2013) 35 pp.

Design and Construction of Low Volume Rural Roads in Tanzania: Application of the Environmentally-Optimised Design (EOD)

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