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PDF 16
Unsignalized Intersection Improvement Guide
ITE, Nov 2015

Subject(s): Engineering, Low volume roads, Traffic engineering
Description: This Unsignalized Intersection Improvement Guide (UIIG) has been developed to assist practitioners at such agencies in selecting design, operational, maintenance, enforcement, and other types of treatments to improve safety, mobility, and accessibility at unsignalized intersections.
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PDF 17
Gravel Roads Construction and Maintenance
FHWA, Aug 2015

Subject(s): Aggregate/earth roads, Drainage, Dust, Grading, Low volume roads
Description: This manual is mainly designed for the benefit of local agency officials, managers, and grader operators who are responsible for designing and maintaining gravel surfaced roads. The information provided in this manual is as nontechnical as possible without sacrificing clear guidelines and instructions on how to perform the operation well.
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PDF 13
Timber Abutment Piling and Back Wall Rehabilitation and Repair
Iowa DOT, Sep 2012

Subject(s): Bridges, Low volume roads
Sponsor Code: IHRB Project TR-616
Description: Several Iowa counties have implemented various techniques to strengthen/repair damaged timber abutments and piers in bridges on low-volume roads (LVRs). However, there is minimal data documenting the effectiveness of these techniques. To address the research needs, current maintenance and rehabilitation methods were evaluated and test in the field and laboratory.
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PDF 7
Maintenance of Signs and Sign Supports: A Guide for Local Highway and Street Maintenance Personnel
FHWA, Jan 2010

Subject(s): Highway safety, Low volume roads, Signs
Sponsor Code: FHWA-SA-09-025
Description: This guide is intended to help local agency maintenance workers ensure their signs are maintained and that they communicate the rules, warnings, guidance, and other highway agency information that drivers need to safely and efficiently navigate roads and streets.
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PDF 1
Local Road Surfacing Criteria, Technical Brief
South Dakota DOT, Jun 2004

Subject(s): Low volume roads, Specifications
Sponsor Code: Study SD2002-10
Description: On a daily basis, local road agencies in South Dakota are faced with the challenge of determining when it is most economical to maintain, upgrade, or downgrade a road’s existing surface. In order to assist decision makers, the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) initiated a research study in 2002 to investigate surfacing criteria for low-volume roads (LVR).
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PDF 2
Local Road Surfacing Criteria, Final Report
South Dakota DOT, Jun 2004

Subject(s): Low volume roads
Sponsor Code: Study SD2002-10
Description: On a daily basis, local road agencies in South Dakota are faced with the challenge of determining when it is most economical to maintain, upgrade, or downgrade a road’s existing surface. In order to assist decision makers, the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) initiated a research study in 2002 to investigate surfacing criteria for low-volume roads (LVR).
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PDF 3
Local Road Surfacing Criteria, Automated Software User's Guide
South Dakota DOT, Jun 2004

Subject(s): Low volume roads, Specifications
Sponsor Code: Study SD2002-10
Description: On a daily basis, local road agencies in South Dakota are faced with the challenge of determining when it is most economical to maintain, upgrade, or downgrade a road’s existing surface. In order to assist decision makers, the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) initiated a research study in 2002 to investigate surfacing criteria for low-volume roads (LVR).
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