Highway Engineering Handbook, Second Edition

Design and build more durable highways. Improve your highway engineering know-how with Highway Engineering Handbook, edited by Roger L. Brokenbrough and Kenneth J. Boedecker, Jr. This how-to guide helps you master all the latest techniques for designing, building, rehabilitating and maintaining highways. You'll see how to apply modern technology--and how to capitalize on state-of-the-art materials--to successfully deal with every major aspect of highway engineering: Environmental issues; Highway location, design, and traffic; Design and construction of subgrade and base course; Pavements; Bridge engineering; Culvers, drainage, and short span bridge repalcement; Safety systems; Retaining walls; Lighting, marking, and signing; Sound barriers and glare screens; Life cycle cost and value engineering.




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