E – 1437 Geometrics for Roads and Streets
Intended Audience: civil engineers and other professional engineers and construction managers
PDH UNITS: 3
This courses discusses the geometric design criteria for roads and streets. It sets forth the approaches and traffic flow criteria for guidance in determining types and configurations best suited for construction.
2. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
3. GEOMETRIC DESIGN FOR ROADS AND STREETS
This course will give professional engineers and others an introduction to the geometric considerations in roadway design.
At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Learn about traffic volume and composition effects on street and road geometrics;
- Learn how roads and streets are classified for geometric design purposes;
- Learn about design controls that result from topographic and land use considerations;
- Learn how traffic volumes are expressed in units of ADT and DHV;
- Find out how vehicle speed influences road and speed geometric design;
- Learn the fundamentals of roadway capacity design;
- Learn about pavement cross slop design;
- Find out about standard curb configurations and where they are used;
Learn about design of shoulders for roadways.
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