Flexibility in Highway Design

Federal Highway Administration

This Guide is about designing highways that incorporate community values and are safe, efficient, effective mechanisms for the movement of people and goods. It is written for highway engineers and project managers who want to learn more about the flexibility available to them when designing roads and illustrates successful approaches used in other highway projects. It can also be used by citizens who want to gain a better understanding of the highway design process. The document includes six different case studies of successful examples.

Filed in: Community Problems and Solutions, Engineering, Plans and Policies

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