The Handbook Of Highway Engineering

The Handbook Of Highway Engineering

Contents
  • Part A Highway Planning And Development Issues
  • Financing Highways Anthony TH Chin
  • Introduction
  • Financing Structure And Sources
  • Role Of Donor Agencies
  • An Analysis Of Highway Project Financing
  • “Template” For Successful Highway Financing
  • References
  • Further Reading
  • Access Management Of Highways
  • Introduction
  • Principles Of Access Management
  • Economic Impacts Of Access Management And Public Participation
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgment
  • References
  • Environmental Impact Assessment Of Highway Development MA Aziz
  • Introduction
  • EIA In Phases Of Highway Development
  • EIA Activities In Highway Development
  • EIA Methodologies
  • Summary
  • References
  • Highway Safety Ian Johnston
  • Part A — Fundamental Concepts In Road Traffic Safety
  • Safe System Design Is Paramount
  • The Dimensions Of The Road Traffic Injury Problem
Measuring Road Traffic Safety Performance
  • Is Safety Just A “Byproduct” Of The Road Transport System?
  • Modern Thinking About Road Traffic Safety
  • Part B—The “Tool Box” For Road And Traffic Engineers
  • A Safety Engineering Mindset
  • Matching Systems To Users
  • Moving Beyond Standards
  • Travel Speed And Journey Time — The Horns Of The Mobility And Safety Dilemma
  • Will “Information Technology” Be The Springboard To A Safer System?
  • The Decision Making Process
  • Part C — Summary And Conclusions
  • Bringing It All Together
  • References
  • Road Traffic Noise Stephen Samuels
  • Introduction And Fundamentals
  • Road Traffic Noise
  • A Case Study
  • Summary
  • References
  • Further Reading
  • Part B Functional And Structural Design Of Highways
  • Design Concept And Philosophy
  • Highway Alignment Design