Road way Condition Of Panthapath-Russell Square Intersection

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  • signalling devices positioned at road intersections, pedestrian crossings and other locations to control competing flows of trafficPrimary signal: in approach , before crossing intersection , at right handSecondary signal: in approach , after crossing intersection , at right handTertiary signal: the hanging signal used for high speed road, where the driver can see the signal from a very far point . and there is no reason for using this in this street
  • Road way Condition Of Panthapath-Russell Square Intersection

    1. 1. ROAD-WAY CONDITION STUDY CE-452 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING SESSIONAL- ǀǀǀ PRESENTED BY: GROUP-6 SECTION-A COURSE TEACHER: MR. MUDASSER SERAJ LECTURER AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    2. 2. Group-6 IMTIAZ AHMED 10.01.03.048 ABU RAIHAN 10.01.03.049 RASHEDUL KABIR 10.01.03.051 YEASIR MASUD 10.01.03.052 LAMIA EFA 10.01.03.054 KAMRUL ISLAM 10.01.03.056 FARHAN HOSSAIN 09.01.03.095 MARUF UDDIN 08.02.03.054 AHNAF DIPON 08.02.03.013
    3. 3. HOSTED BY FARHAN RAIHAN YEASIR SAZZAD
    4. 4. ESOTERIC AMBIENCE OF ROAD-WAY OF PANTHAPATH-RUSSELL SQUARE REGION
    5. 5. PRESENTATION SYNOPSIS ILLUSTRATION OBJECTIVES OF STUDY SCOPE OF STUDY METHODOLOGY DATA COLLECTION DATA & PHOTO ANALYSIS RECOMMENDATION LIMITATIONS
    6. 6. ILLUSTRATION ROAD-WAY CONDITION SIGNIFIES GEOMETRICAL CONDITION GEOGRAPHICAL CONDITION PHYSICAL CONDITION OPERATING CONDITION DONE BY VISUAL IDENTIFICATION MAINLY USED IN RATING OF ROAD
    7. 7. OBJECTIVE OF STUDY DIVIDE BY PAVEMENT MONITOR OF PAVEMENT OUTLINE OF OVERALL ROADWAY CONDITION PERFORMANCES AND MAINTENANCES PRACTICES TRAFFIC CHARACTERISTI CS AND LAND USE
    8. 8. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE TRAFFIC SURVEYS FOR POPULATION AND INDUSTRIAL AREAS. DIRECTNESS OF ROUTE. SUITABILITY OF TERRAIN ENCOUNTERED. EXTENT OF ADVERSE SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS. UNDERSTAND THE CURRENT OF ARTERIAL ROADS IN DHAKA. PROPOSE PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT PLANS FOR SEVERAL CRITICAL INTERSECTIONS. EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF THE PLANS AT MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC LEVEL.
    9. 9. SCOPE OF THE STUDY DESIGN PURPOSE ACCIDENT RATE COMPUTA PLANNING PURPOSE TION MOTIVE IMPROVE PRIORITY SCHEDULE MENT PURPOSE DYNAMIC TRAFFIC MANAGE MENT
    10. 10. METHODOLOGY ROAD-WAY CONDITION MANUAL AUTOMATIC WALKING SURVEY WINDSHIELD SURVEY WALKING + WINDSHIELD SURVEY VIDEO CAMERA DISTANCE MEASURING INSTRUMENT GIS METHOD AUTOMATED ROAD ANALYZER
    11. 11. MANUAL METHOD: WALKING PRINCIPAL THINGS: DONE BY A WALKS DOWN THE SIDE OF THE PAVEMENT PROVIDES THE MOST CORRECT DATA  TIME CONSUMING FIG: WALKING SURVEY
    12. 12. MANUAL METHOD: WINDSHIELD PRINCIPAL THINGS SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATIONS MADE FROM A MOVING VEHICLE. USEFUL WHEN PARTICULAR SECTION OF ROAD SEGMENT IS OBSERVED.  TIME SAVING FIG: WINDSHIELD SURVEY
    13. 13. MANUAL METHOD: WALKING + WINDSHIELD PRINCIPAL THINGS  BETTER METHOD THAN THE SINGLE APPLICATION. ACHIEVE MAXIMUM PAVEMENT DATA AND COMPLETE PAVEMENT SURVEYS. REQUIRE BOTH TECHNOLOGICAL & HUMAN ACTIVITY. FIG: WALKING + WINSHIELD SURVEY
    14. 14. AUTOMATIC METHOD: VIDEO CAMERA PRINCIPAL THINGS OBSERVE SURFACE CONDITION. ATTACHED ON THE POST IN THE STREET. DOESN'T WORK AT NIGHT FIG: VIDEO CAMERA
    15. 15. AUTOMATIC METHOD: DISTANCE MEASURING INSTRUMENT PRINCIPAL THINGS ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS THAT PRECISELY MEASURE DISTANCES RANGING FROM 10S OF FEET TO THOUSANDS OF MILES. THEY ARE EASY TO INSTALL. FIG: DISTANCE MEASURING INSTRUMENT
    16. 16. AUTOMATIC METHOD: GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEM PRINCIPAL THINGS GIS IS A SYSTEM DESIGNED TO CAPTURE, STORE, MANIPULATE, ANALYZE, MANAGE, AND PRESENT ALL TYPES OF GEOGRAPHICAL DATA. FIG: PICTURE FROM SATELLITE OF ROAD
    17. 17. AUTOMATIC METHOD: AUTOMATED ROAD ANALYZER PRINCIPAL THINGS TECHNICALLY COMPLEX VEHICLE HAVE SENSOR MACHINE ATTACHED. TAKE PHOTO AS WELL AS DISTANCE FIG: AUTOMATED ROAD ANALYZER VEHICLE
    18. 18. DATA COLLECTION LOCATION SELECTION PREPARATIONS FOR COLLECTING DATA RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY DISTRIBUTION OF THE WORK TRAIL SURVEY IDENTIFY THE PROBLEMS AND REDEFINED THE WORK CONDUCTING FINAL SURVEY
    19. 19. DATA COLLECTION
    20. 20. DATA COLLECTION DATE : 20 & 24 NOVEMBER 2013 SURVEYING PERIOD : 9 HOURS GROUP NO. : 6 SURVEY LOCATION : PANTHAPATH-RUSSELL SQUARE ROAD OBSERVATION : ROAD-WAY CONDITION METHOD : MANUAL METHOD (WALKING) EQUIPMENTS: TAPE, SKETCH PAPER NO. OF SURVEYORS : 7
    21. 21. DATA & PHOTO ANALYSIS INTERSECTION CONDITION SIGNAL CONDITION Road-way Condition ROAD-SIDE CONDITION IMPORTANT STRUCTURE STREET LIGHTS CONDITIONS DIVIDER & ISLAND CONDITIONS ROAD-WAY MARKING
    22. 22. INTERSECTION CONDITION FIG: INTERSECTION WITHOUT SIGNALS FIG: INTERSECTION WITH SIGNALS
    23. 23. INTERSECTION CONDITION NOW AT THE PANTHAPATH TO RUSSELL SQUARE INTERSECTIONS, THERE FOUR ROADS IS CONNECTING AT THE INTERSECTION. FIG: PANTHAPATH INTERSECTIONS
    24. 24. INTERSECTION CONDITION  HEAVY TRAFFIC IS MOVING ON THE STREETS.  TRAFFIC IS CONTROL BY THE POLICE MAN.  PEOPLE MOVING FREQUENTLY AND UNCONTROLLED  NON MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE THE 2ND DOMINANT PART OF THAT INTERSECTION. FIG: PANTHAPATH INTERSECTIONS
    25. 25. INTERSECTION CONDITION FIG: PEDESTRIAN AND NON MOTORIZED VEHICLES MOVING FIG: POLICE MAN CONTROLLED THE INTERSECTIONS
    26. 26. INTERSECTION CONDITION FIG: PANTHAPATH INTERSECTIONS
    27. 27. INTERSECTION CONDITION Russell Square Intersection, there three roads connecting the intersection FIG: RUSSELL SQUARE INTERSECTIONS
    28. 28. INTERSECTION CONDITION  HEAVY TRAFFIC.  TRAFFIC IS CONTROL BY THE POLICE MAN. PEOPLE ARE MOVING FREQUENTLY & UNCONTROLLED NON MOTORIZED VEHICLE IS MOVING FIG: RUSSELL SQUARE INTERSECTIONS
    29. 29. INTERSECTION CONDITION FIG: BUS(UP AND DOWN) ON THE FIG: NON MOTORIZED VEHICLES INTERSECTION MOVEMENT
    30. 30. INTERSECTION CONDITION FIG: RUSSELL SQUARE INTERSECTIONS
    31. 31. SIGNAL CONDITION FIG: IDEALIZED SIGNAL(TERTIARY) FIG: IDEALIZED SIGNAL(PRIMARY)
    32. 32. SIGNAL CONDITION Various types of Signal at Panthapath Intersection Fig: Various types of Signal
    33. 33. SIGNAL CONDITION Various types of Signal at Russell Square Intersection Fig: Various types of Signal
    34. 34. SIGNAL CONDITION SIGNAL CONDITIONS AT THE INTERSECTIONS ARE IN THE WORST POSITIONS. ONLY THE MAIN SIGNALS(PRIMARY & TERTIARY) ARE WORKED. SIGNALS FOR PEDESTRIAN OR NON-MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE NOT IN USE. FIG: SIGNAL CONDITION
    35. 35. SIGNAL CONDITION FIG: SIGNAL IS COVERED BY TREE
    36. 36. SIGNAL CONDITION FIG: PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AT PANTHAPATH FIG: PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AT RUSSELL SQUARE
    37. 37. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: IDEAL ROADWAY CONDITION
    38. 38. ROAD-WAY CONDITION ROAD WIDTH IN EVERY 50M INTERVAL DISTANCE ROAD WIDTH DISTANCE ROAD WIDTH M M M M 0 12.15 450 9.8 50 13.4 500 9.88 100 10.4 550 9.6 150 9.95 600 9.57 200 9.86 650 8.33 250 9.83 700 8.01 300 10 750 9.56 350 9.8 800 11.64 400 9.8
    39. 39. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: PANTHAPATH-RUSSELL SQUARE ROAD
    40. 40. ROAD-WAY CONDITION ROAD WAY CONDITION IS NOT SATISFACTORY. A LOT OF DIGS, CRACK SEALING, RUTTING POTHOLES ON THE ROAD. FIG: CRACKS ON THE ROAD
    41. 41. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: LONGITUDINAL CRACKS FIG: SHOVING
    42. 42. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: SMALL POTHOLES FIG: LARGE POTHOLES
    43. 43. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: SMALL POTHOLES + DISTORTION FIG: WATER BLOCKAGE
    44. 44. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: BROKEN ASPHALT FIG: REINFORCEMENT UNCOVERED
    45. 45. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: CARPETING FIG: CARPETING UNWRAPPED
    46. 46. ROAD-WAY CONDITION FIG: RUTTING FIG: CORRUGATION
    47. 47. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION FIG: IDEAL ROAD-SIDE CONDITION
    48. 48. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION THE ROAD-SIDE CONDITION IS VERY DEMORALIZING. PARKING IS DONE ANYWHERE. NO PROVISION FOR PEDESTRIAN TO WALK THROUGH FOOTPATH. EVEN ONE THE REPUTED HOSPITAL SEIZED THE MEDIAN AND MAKES ONE LANE OF THEIR OWN. FIG: FRUITS SHOP ON FOOTPATH
    49. 49. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION FIG: ILLEGAL PARKING ON ROAD FIG: CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL ON ROAD
    50. 50. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION FIG: CAR SERVICING BESIDE ROAD & FIG: GARBAGE STORAGE BESIDE COVER THE FOOTPATH FOOTPATH
    51. 51. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION FIG: SEIZED ROAD BY HOSPITAL FIG: HUGE CROWED ON THE ROAD
    52. 52. ROAD-SIDE CONDITION FIG: OFFICIAL PARKING MARKS FIG: CAR PARKED IN NO PARKING
    53. 53. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE The Russell SquarePanthapath road is basically a commercial based residential area. So therefore this area have a large amount of high-rise buildings. In this road 3 hospitals are situated. A lots of the fastfood shop, furniture shop, bus counter are there FIG: SQUARE HOSPITAL
    54. 54. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: SOMORITA HOSPITAL FIG: ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL
    55. 55. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: UNION DEVELOPMENT BUILDING FIG: SHELTECH TOWER
    56. 56. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: DFEW TOWER FIG: LAKE CIRCUS SCHOOL
    57. 57. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: WELL FOOD FIG: MODHUBON SWEETS
    58. 58. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: CHILI FLAME FIG: LIFE-STYLE FURNITURE
    59. 59. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: GREEN WORLD FURNITURE FIG: LAM-YEA FURNITURE
    60. 60. IMPORTANT STRUCTURE FIG: SHOGAH BUS COUNTER FIG: SOUDIA BUS COUNTER
    61. 61. STREET LIGHT CONDITIONS FIG: IDEAL STREET LIGHT CONDITION
    62. 62. STREET LIGHT CONDITIONS THERE IS 33 STREET LIGHTS AND AVERAGE DISTANCES BETWEEN THEM IS 29.2M. SOME OF THE STREET LIGHTS ARE NOT WORKING. FIG: TYPICAL STREET LIGHT
    63. 63. STREET LIGHT CONDITIONS FIG: STREET LIGHT ON ROAD FIG: LIGHT IS COVERED BY TREE
    64. 64. STREET LIGHT CONDITIONS FIG: STREET LIGHT ON NIGHT FIG: STREET LIGHT NOT WORKING
    65. 65. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: IDEAL DIVIDER & MEDIAN
    66. 66. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS THE DIVIDER CONDITIONS ON THE INTERSECTIONS AND THE ROAD IS NOT QUITE PLEASANT. THESE DIVIDER ARE NOT A GOOD SHAPE. THERE IS EDGE IS BROKEN, SURFACE GOT UNWRAPPED. MOREOVER ON THE ISLAND POLICE-BOX IS KEPT PLACE. FIG: DIVISIONAL ISLAND
    67. 67. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: DISTRIBUTIONAL ISLAND FIG: SURFACE UNWRAPPING ON ISLAND
    68. 68. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: BROKEN EDGE ON PANTHAPATH FIG: POLICE BOX ON ISLAND
    69. 69. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: DIRECTIONAL ISLAND FIG: BROKEN EDGE ON RUSSELL SQUARE
    70. 70. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: REFUGE ISLAND FIG: USING REFUGE ISLAND
    71. 71. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: BOLLARD FIG: BOLLARD
    72. 72. DIVIDER & MEDIAN CONDITIONS FIG: IDEAL BOLLARD FIG: METALLIC BOLLARD
    73. 73. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS FIG: IDEAL MARKING
    74. 74. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS THE RUSSELL SQUAREPANTHAPATH ROAD THE ROAD MARKING IS NOT GOOD. MARKING IS NOT PROPERLY SEEING AND ITS COLOR SWAPPED AWAY. SOME OF THE MARKING IS SCRATCHED AND BROKEN. FIG: WHITE STRIPS
    75. 75. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS FIG: YELLOW LINES NOT CLEAR FIG: MAKING SYMBOLS
    76. 76. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS FIG: LANE SEPARATION FIG: MAKING WORDS
    77. 77. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS FIG: TIGER TALES FIG: ZEBRA CROSSING
    78. 78. ROADWAY MARKING CONDITIONS FIG: UNCLEAR MARKING FIG: MARKING IS COVERED
    79. 79. RECOMMENDATION SIGNING: ADVANCE STREET NAME SIGNS (W16-8) ON INTERSECTION WARNING SIGNS RETRO REFLECTIVE SIGN POST PANELS SOLAR-POWERED, SIGN-MOUNTED BEACONS REPLACEMENT OF ADDITIONAL SAFETY RELATED SIGNS (E.G., DO NOT ENTER, ONE WAY, ETC.) WITHIN 500 FEET OF THE INTERSECTION
    80. 80. RECOMMENDATION PAVEMENT MARKINGS: PROPERLY PLACED STOP BARS . LANE ARROWS AND WORD MESSAGES IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARD DRAWINGS, GENERAL NOTES AND SPECIFICATIONS ADDITION OF CROSSWALKS
    81. 81. RECOMMENDATION PEDESTRIAN:  INTEGRATE THE NEEDS OF PEDESTRIANS AT THE EARLIEST STAGES OF URBAN PLANNING  PROJECTS AND TRANSPORT INVESTMENTS. ESTABLISH CLEAR ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AT ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT FOR COORDINATION OF INITIATIVES TO PROMOTE WALKING.  IMPROVE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT WALKING.  DEVELOP CAR-FREE AREAS, DISCOURAGE OVERUSE OF CARS IN CITY CENTERS, AND PREVENT PARKING ON PAVEMENTS AND PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS
    82. 82. LIMITATIONS RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS UN-SKILLED SURVEYORS MANUAL METHOD OF WALKING WHICH IS UNRELIABLE NOT PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER
    83. 83. THANK YOU
    84. 84. Any Questions ????

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