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Planning and Design of
Bypass for Guna Town
Final year Project 2010-2014
Ajitesh Gupta (101505)
Ankesh Singh (101511)
Brij...
Introduction
Objectives
Guna Layout Map
Guna Topographic Map
(Contour)
Raster Layers
Vector Layer
Bypass Alignment
(ArcGIS)
Alignment1
Alignment 2
Alignment 3
Traffic Volume Count
Spot speed survey
Spot Speed Survey
Axle Load Survey
Axle Load Survey Bus
Multi
axle+Truck
trailor
Truck
Design Data
 Four lane divided (dual carriageway)national highway
 Initial Traffic 4528 cvpd/day
 Design life 15 years
...
Pavement Design
Pavement catalogue
Pavement Composition
90 msa ( 4 – lane dual carriageway)
•Pavement thickness and composition (from fig 4.1
and fig 4.2) fo...
Carriageway width
 For divided 4-lane dual carriageway
 Carriageway width = 7.5 m each
 Shoulder width = 2.5 m
 Median...
Horizontal curves and Cross-
sections Section 1-2
Horizontal curves and Cross-
sections Section: 3-4
Horizontal curves and Cross-
sections Section: 3-4
Horizontal curves and Cross-
sections Section: 3-4
Project Facilities
 Toll plaza
 Highway lighting
 Traffic signs and pavement markings
 Arboriculture & landscaping
 T...
CONCLUSIONS
• Bypasses are divided or undivided are rural highways classified under National Highways
or through traffic w...
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  1. 1. Planning and Design of Bypass for Guna Town Final year Project 2010-2014 Ajitesh Gupta (101505) Ankesh Singh (101511) Brijbhan Lodha (101520)
  2. 2. Introduction
  3. 3. Objectives
  4. 4. Guna Layout Map
  5. 5. Guna Topographic Map (Contour)
  6. 6. Raster Layers
  7. 7. Vector Layer
  8. 8. Bypass Alignment (ArcGIS)
  9. 9. Alignment1
  10. 10. Alignment 2
  11. 11. Alignment 3
  12. 12. Traffic Volume Count
  13. 13. Spot speed survey
  14. 14. Spot Speed Survey
  15. 15. Axle Load Survey
  16. 16. Axle Load Survey Bus Multi axle+Truck trailor Truck
  17. 17. Design Data  Four lane divided (dual carriageway)national highway  Initial Traffic 4528 cvpd/day  Design life 15 years  C.B.R. of sub grade soil = 3.6%  C.B.R. of Compacted 500mm borrow material = 10%  Effective C.B.R = 7%  Traffic growth rate = 8%  Vehicle damage factor = 4.5 (Table 1-IRC 37:2012 since CVPD>1500)
  18. 18. Pavement Design
  19. 19. Pavement catalogue
  20. 20. Pavement Composition 90 msa ( 4 – lane dual carriageway) •Pavement thickness and composition (from fig 4.1 and fig 4.2) for Effective CBR = 7% , 90 msa and with a life period of 15 years. •Total pavement thickness = 644 mm •Thickness of BC = 48 mm •Thickness of DBM = 116 mm •Thickness of Base = 250 mm •Thickness of sub base = 230 mm
  21. 21. Carriageway width  For divided 4-lane dual carriageway  Carriageway width = 7.5 m each  Shoulder width = 2.5 m  Median = 5.0 m  Right of Way (R.O.W) = 45 m  Acquired Land Width = 45 m  Building line to building line distance : 80 m  Control line to control line distance : 150 m
  22. 22. Horizontal curves and Cross- sections Section 1-2
  23. 23. Horizontal curves and Cross- sections Section: 3-4
  24. 24. Horizontal curves and Cross- sections Section: 3-4
  25. 25. Horizontal curves and Cross- sections Section: 3-4
  26. 26. Project Facilities  Toll plaza  Highway lighting  Traffic signs and pavement markings  Arboriculture & landscaping  Traffic safety measures  Illumination  Drainage system
  27. 27. CONCLUSIONS • Bypasses are divided or undivided are rural highways classified under National Highways or through traffic with partial or full control of access and generally with grade separation at major intersections. • After the construction of bypass for Guna Town, the main objectives like reduction in travel time, easy, safe , efficient and economic transportation system is achieved. LCV (light commercial vehicle) and HCV (Heavy commercial vehicle) will experience much easy maneuver and reduced vehicle operating costs. • Bypasses are good because they reduce the amount of traffic in the centre where the people live and work. It makes it much safer for them to cross the roads, and reduces pollution. It is better for the vehicles passing the town because their journey is made quicker. • Development of the proposed bypass will open up the gates of easy and smooth flow of traffic especially commercial vehicles, via Guna on A.B.Road. • In case of emergency and defense purposes, this bypass can be used as a major mode of transportation to serve the country.

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