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  • ROAD CATEGORY AND HIERARCHY
  • ROAD CATEGORY
    • EXPRESSWAY
      • Bukit Kayu Hitam to Johor Bahru
    • FEDERAL ROAD
      • Interstate national network and complements the expressway network
      • Route 1 (Kangar to JB)
      • Route II ( West Coast to East Coast)
      • Route III (East Coast-state)
      • Maintenance under the Federal Government and is done through the State JKR with fund from Federal
  • ROAD CATEGORY
    • STATE ROAD
      • Roads within the state
      • Constructed with state funds
      • Maintenance under state government
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    • URBAN AREA ROAD
      • Local Authority
    • RURAL AREA ROAD
      • Under the jurisdiction of the District Office
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  • Factors governing alignment
    • Obligatory points
      • The location should avoid obstructions such as places of cemeteries, archeological, historical monument, public facilities like schools and hospitals, utility services
    • Geometric design features
      • Facilitate easy grade and curvature
      • Enable ruling gradient in most sections
      • Void sudden changes in sight distance, especially near crossings
      • Avoid sharp horizontal curves
      • Avoid road intersections near bend or at the top or bottom of a hill
  • Factors governing alignment
    • Precautions at river and railway crossings
      • Bridges should be preferably be located at right angles to the river flow, not located on a horizontal curve
      • Crossing railway lines should avoid intersections at gradient, frequent crossing and recrossing
  • Factors governing alignment
    • Topographical control points
      • The alignment, where possible should avoid passing through
        • Marshy and low lying land with poor drainage
        • Flood prone areas
        • Unstable hilly features
        • Avalanche prone areas
      • Flat terrain-below 3%
      • Rolling terrain -3 to 25%
      • Mountainous terrain – above 25%
      • A location on high ground should be preferred rather than valley to avoid cross drainage works
  • Factors governing alignment
    • Materials and constructional features
      • Deep cutting should be avoided
      • Earth work is to be balanced; quantities for filling and excavation
      • Alignment should preferably be through better soil area to minimize pavement thickness
      • Location may be near sources of embankment and pavement materials
  • GEOMETRIC DESIGN
    • Elements of design:
      • Sight distance
        • The length of road ahead visible to drivers
          • Stopping sight distance
          • Passing sight distance
      • Horizontal alignment
        • Superelevation rates (0.1 for rural areas, 0.06 for urban)
        • Minimum radius
      • Vertical alignment
      • Pavement design
      • Intersection and crossing design
  • Horizontal alignment Adjustments in horizontal alignment can help reduce the potential for generating roadway sediment. The objective in manipulating horizontal alignment is to strive to minimize roadway cuts and fills and to avoid unstable areas. When unstable or steep slopes must be traversed, adjustments in vertical alignment can minimize impacts and produce a stable road by reducing cuts and fills
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  • Vertical alignment
    • Vertical curves or grade changes, like horizontal curves, require proper consideration to minimize earthwork, cost, and erosion damage.
    • Vertical curves provide the transition between an incoming grade and an outgoing grade.
    • The grade change is the difference between incoming grade and outgoing grade. The shorter the vertical curve can be kept, the smaller the earthwork required.
  • Cross section elements
  • 1. Pavement
    • Determined by
      • The volume and composition of traffic
      • Soil characteristics
    • Three general types
      • High
        • High volume traffic, smooth riding qualities and good nonskid properties in all weathers
      • Intermediate
        • Slightly less costly and less strength than high type pavement
      • Low
        • Range from surface treated earth roads and stabilized materials to loose surface such as earth and gravel
  • 2. Normal cross slope
    • Cross slope to minimise water ponding on flat sections of uncurbed pavements due to pavement imperfections or unequal settlement
    • To control the flow of water adjacent to the curb on curbed pavements
    • 2.5% for high surface type
    • 2.5 %- 3.5% for intermediate surface
    • 2.5 % - 6% for low surface
  • 3. Lane widths
    • 3.5 m – normal road width
    • 2.75 m – minor roads and local street
    • 3.5 m – 3.75 m width - Divided highways
  • 4. Shoulder
    • Emergency stopping free of the traffic lane
    • The sense of openness contributes to driving ease and comfort
    • Sight distances is improved in in cut sections, thereby improving safety
    • Highway capacity is improved and uniform speed is encouraged
    • Structural support is given to the pavement
    • Minimum 0.6 m should be considered
    • Maximum 3 m for high type facilities
    • Should be sloped sufficiently
    • 2 to 6 % - Bituminous and concrete surfaced shoulders
    • 4 to 6% - gravel or crushed rock shoulders
    • 6 % - turf shoulders
  • 5. Kerbs
    • Urban areas
    • Drainage control
    • Delineation of pedestrian walkways
    • Aesthetics
    • Two general classes of kerbs;
      • Barrier kerbs
        • High and steep faced
        • Designed to discourage vehicles from leaving the roadway
        • Should not be used on expressways
        • Should not be used where the design speed exceed 70 km/hr
    • Mountable kerbs
      • To define pavement edges of through carriageways
  • 6. Medians
    • Road carrying four or more lanes
    • To provide the desired freedom from the interface of opposing traffic
    • To provide for speed changes and storage of right-turning and U-turning vehicles
    • To provide for future lanes
  • Cross-section of a flexible pavement
    • Wearing course
    • Binder course
    • Road base/ base course
    • Sub base
    • Sub grade
  • Subgrade
    • Uppermost part of the soil
    • Natural or imported
    • Supporting the load transmitted from the overlying layers
  • Sub base :-
    • Consists of granular materials, either naturally or compacted or ocassionally stabilized with cement or lime.
    • To disperse the load from the base course before transmitting it to the subgrade.
    • Help as a drainage layer
    • Prevent moisture migration from subgrade
    • Menahan tanah subgrade dari bercampur dengan road base
    • Sand and aggregate
    • Standard CBR % : Crushed aggregate  30
    • Sand, Laterite, etc  20
  • Base course / Road base (1”)
    • Plays a prominent role in the support and dispersion of the traffic
    • The thickest layer
    • 3 types :
      • Crushed aggregates
      • Cement stabilised
      • Bitumen stabilised base courses
  • Surface course
    • All the bound layer(s) within the pavement i.e wearing course, intermediate course and binder course
    • An impermeable and flexible lining of high elastic modulus
    • Hot-mixed bituminous mixtures-consist of well graded mixture of coarse aggregates, fine aggregates and filler, bound together with bitumen
    • Binder course
      • Overlying the base course
      • Supporting and dispersing the traffic load
      • Resists shear
    • Wearing course
      • Topmost layer
      • Resist abrasion and prevent skidding
  • Drainage system
    • DRAINAGE is VERY! VERY! VERY! IMPORTANT , both in relation to road pavement construction and maintenance.
    • Good drainage will help to keep the water table (and strength) of the road pavement in equilibrium.
    • Water below the road pavement must be kept low and not be allowed to rise up into the construction layers
    • The road pavement must be constructed so that it will drain in the event of a failure of the integrity of the surfacing layers, i.e. if water is able to enter the road pavement there must be a path for it to exit.
  • Important of surface drainage
    • Softening the road surface when it is constructed of soil or sand-clay or gravel or water bound macadam
    • Washing out unprotected areas of the top surface, erosion of side slopes forming gullies, erosion of side drain
    • Generally softening of the ground giving rise to land slides or slips
    • Softening the subgrade soil and decreasing its bearing power
  • Drainage systems
  • Components of surface drainage
        • Shoulder slope
        • Roadside drain/ shoulder drain
        • Toe drain
        • Bench and Berm drain
        • Interceptor drain
        • Out fall drain
        • Median Drain
        • Kerb drain
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  • Road construction
    • Three stages
      • Stage I – Construction of road formation, i.e earthwork
      • Stage II – Construction of the pavement structure and drainage
      • Stage III – Provision of traffic engineering facilities
  • Road construction
    • Typical road construction equipment
      • Plant for clearing- bull dozers, tractors
      • Plant for drilling/ripping
      • Plant for each mining and moving process- mechanical showels bulldozers, scrapers, trucks
      • Plant for formation construction-graders, scrapers, bulldozers
      • Compaction plant-rollers of various types tracked, smooth, or rubber tyred
      • Bituminous mixing plant
  • Site Preparation Services
    • Land clearing including demolition and environmentally advanced recycling and disposal.
    • Grading and earth work.
    • Storm water drainage, retention ponds, and erosion control.
    • Road curbing and gutters.
    • Road construction including asphalt, paving, resurfacing, seal coating and striping.
    • Site utility work including water and sewer lines.
    • Trucking services, heavy and specialized hauling, dump truck services for dirt and stone.
  • Earth work
    • Cut/fill
      • Cut and fill – involve the cutting or excavation of earth materials and the compaction as fill in conformance.
      • Fill is placed in horizontal lifts and then each lift of fill is compacted to setup a uniformly compacted material.
      • Fill materials - Only suitable materials such as medium stiff clays, clayey sand or other approved soils shall be used for filling
      • Materials from swamps, top soils and other highly organic clay or silts, materials containing boulders materials, materials with chemical composition or at their moisture content will not compact properly shall not be used for filling
  • Soil compaction
    • Process by which a mass of soil consisting of solid soil particles, air and water is reduced in volume by momentary application of loads, such as rolling, tamping or vibration
    • Compaction of the soil generally increases its shear strength, decreases its compressibility and decreases its permeability
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  • Fill widening
    • Fill widening of 0.30 m are recommended where fill slope height is less than 2.00 m.
    • Fill slope height in excess of 2.00 m should have 0,60 m of fill widening.
    • Fill slope height in excess of 6.00 m should be avoided altogether because of potential stability problems.
  • Road construction
    • Compacting subgrade
      • Rolling using 8-10 t smooth wheeled roller
      • Rolling continued till 100% maximum dry density is achieved and the surface appears to be well closed
    • Spreading coarse aggregates
      • The required amount of course aggregates is spread uniformly on the prepared foundation
      • Using a 6-10 t smooth wheel roller / equivalent capacity vibratory roller.
    • Bituminous road construction
      • Binder coarse
      • Wearing coarse
  • Discussion topics
    • What are the factors controlling alignment of roads
    • What are the important engineering characteristics of soils that are likely to influence the performance of a road?
    • Discuss the basic principles of field compaction. Can climatic conditions influence compaction in road construction?
    • Pavement deterioration; causes and rehabilitation
    • A properly designed highway requires a well-designed drainage system