This manual promotes rational, appropriate and affordable designs for low volume roads in South Sudan
This Low Volume Roads Manual promotes rational, appropriate and affordable designs for low volume roads in South Sudan. In doing so it aims at making cost effective and sustainable use of Local Resources. The Manual reflects local experience and advances in low volume road technology gained in the region and elsewhere. The manual is intended for use by roads practitioners responsible for the design of low traffic earth, gravel or paved roads throughout South Sudan. It is appropriate for roads which, over their design life, are required to carry an average of up to about 300 motor vehicles per day, and less than about 1.0 million equivalent standard axles (Mesa) in one direction.
Anon. South Sudan Low Volume Roads Design Manual: Volume 1, 2 and 3. South Sudan Ministry of Roads and Bridges, (2013) 569 pp.