Geometric and roadside design is the blueprint for our roads. It's not just about making them look good but also making them safe and efficient for everyone. Engineers use geometric and roadside design to figure out how the roads should curve, how wide they should be, and how steep they can be. It is key to creating roads that work well for us now and in the future, plus making our communities safer and more connected.
Hwy 2 HTCB Final Report – This report is the Safety and Cost Effectiveness Evaluation of a 135km Median High Tension Cable Barrier system on a rural high speed divided highway.
Design exceptions – These are defined as instances where a designer has chosen or is requested to use a parameter, guideline, principle or product which is different from the currently published standards and/or practices.
Design bulletins – Some updates to road geometric design practice that are not yet reflected in the guide can be found in the Design bulletins page.