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E – 1185 Low-Volume Roads Engineering


This course presents an overview of the key planning, location, design, construction, and maintenance aspects of low-volume roads—defined as roads with an average daily traffic of less than 400 vehicles per day—that can cause adverse environmental impacts and lists Best Management Practices to prevent those impacts. The course addresses most basic roads issues in as simple a manner as possible, leaving narrow technical issues to the specialist. Included are key “DO’s” (Recommended Practices) and “DON’Ts” (Practices to Avoid) in low volume roads activities, along with basic design information. These fundamental practices apply to roads worldwide and for a wide range of road uses and standards.

This course is based on the USDA, Forest Service document, “Low-Volume Roads Engineering, Best Management Practices Field Guide”, by Gordon Keller and James Sherar, July 2003.

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