The basic objective of this Low-Volume Roads Engineering Best Management Practices Field Guide is to present a summary of “Do’s and Don’ts” for road engineering, with Recommended Practices to Follow and Practices to Avoid. Use of this information will help protect water quality and reduce adverse environmental impacts of low-volume road development. The recommendations are sound road engineering practices that can result in environmentally “friendly”, storm-resistant, cost-effective roads. This overview of important road design information should be particularly useful to road managers, inspectors, environmental regulators, program administrators, and resource specialists involved with roads. Also, it will serve as a summary of good practices for road designers and builders.
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Last modified: November 17, 2020