A közlekedésépítési szakterület mérnöki és tudományos folyóirata. ISSN: 2064-0919
13. szám
8. évfolyam
2020 április
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Ausztrál útügyi útmutatók rendszere

Az Austroads ausztrál útügyi szervezet a hazai útügyi műszaki előírásokhoz hasonló rendszert hozott létre, melynek elemei – ingyenes regisztráció után – az interneten elérhetők. Az egyes csoportok tartalmát angol nyelven közöljük. Az útmutatók az alábbi területekre terjednek ki:

  • úttervezés,
  • forgalom menedzsment,
  • ideiglenes forgalom irányítás,
  • vizsgálati módszerek és előírások,
  • útburkolat technológia, híd technológia,
  • projekt irányítás.

 Guide to Road Design: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/road-design/agrd-set

The fourteen parts of the Guide to Road Design provides valuable guidance to designers in the production of safe, economical and efficient road designs. The Guide covers specific aspects of the design process and deals with the geometric elements of the road, together with drainage and roadside considerations. Although local conditions and circumstances may sometimes require unique or innovative approaches to design, the bulk of works can be well accommodated by the approach outlined in the Guide to Road Design. The Guide recognises that the design of roads should be based on the capabilities and behaviour of all road users, including pedestrians and cyclists, and on the performance and characteristics of vehicles.

The Guide to Road Design comprises:

  • Part 1: Introduction to Road Design (PDF | Online)
  • Part 2: Design Considerations (PDF | Online)
  • Part 3: Geometric Design (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4: Intersections and Crossings – General (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4A: Unsignalised and Signalised Intersections (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4B: Roundabouts (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4C: Interchanges (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5: Drainage – General and Hydrology Considerations (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5A: Drainage – Road Surface, Networks, Basins and Subsurface (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5B: Drainage – Open Channels, Culverts and Floodways (PDF | Online)
  • Part 6: Roadside Design, Safety and Barriers (PDF | Online)
  • Part 6A: Pedestrian and Cyclist Paths (PDF | Online)
  • Part 6B: Roadside Environment (PDF | Online)
  • Part 7: Obsoleted – See Appendix A of Part 2 for geotechnical investigations and design
  • Part 8: Process and Documentation (PDF | Online)

Guide to Traffic Management: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/traffic-management/agtm-set

The thirteen part of the Guide to Traffic Management captures contemporary traffic management practice including emerging techniques and technologies, and relevant international experience. It provides valuable guidance to practitioners in the implementation of efficient, safe and economical management of road traffic.

The Guide to Traffic Management comprises:

  • Part 1: Introduction to Traffic Management (PDF | Online)
  • Part 2: Traffic Theory (PDF | Online)
  • Part 3: Traffic Studies and Analysis (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4: Network Management (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5: Road Management (PDF | Online)
  • Part 6: Intersections. Interchanges and Crossings (PDF | Online)
  • Part 7: Traffic Management in Activity Centres (PDF | Online)
  • Part 8: Local Area Traffic Management (PDF | Online)
  • Part 9: Traffic Operations (PDF | Online)
  • Part 10: Traffic Control and Communication Devices (PDF | Online)
  • Part 11: Parking (PDF | Online)
  • Part 12: Traffic Impacts of Developments (PDF | Online)
  • Part 13: Road Environment Safety (PDF | Online)

Guide to Temporary Traffic Management: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/temporary-traffic-management/agttm-set

The 10 parts of the Guide to Temporary Traffic Management detail contemporary temporary traffic management practice for application in Australia and New Zealand. They provide guidance for the planning, design and implementation of safe, economical and efficient temporary traffic management designs.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Traffic Management Planning

Part 3: Static Worksites

Part 4: Mobile Works

Part 5: Short Term Low Impact Worksites

Part 6: Field Staff – Implementation and Operation

Part 7: Traffic Controllers

Part 8: Processes and Procedures

Part 9: Sample Layouts

Part 10: Supporting Guidance

Test Methods and Specifications: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/test-methods/agpt-t000

The Asset Management Test Methods and Specifications relate to equipment.

Other Test Methods primarily relate to the testing of materials and are published in a numerical series that relates to their subject matter:

  • Aggregate Test Methods (Series 001-099)
  • Binders Test Methods (Series 100-199)
  • Bituminous Mixes Test Methods (Series 200-299)
  • Pavement Investigation Test Methods (Series 400-499)
  • Equipment Test Methods (Series 500-599)
  • Cemented Materials Test Methods (Series 600-699)
  • Bridge Materials (Series 700-799)

The Austroads Technical Specifications specify the supply of materials, treatments and infrastructure, and are published in a numerical sequence that relates to their subject matter:

Guide to Pavement Technology: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/pavement/agpt-set

The twenty parts of the Guide to Pavement Technology assembles pavement knowledge from Austroads, road agencies and industry into an authoritative publication. The Guide details different pavement types and the conditions they are best suited to throughout Australia and New Zealand. It also provides in-depth analysis and technical advice on construction, maintenance, and performance of road pavement surfaces.

The Guide to Pavement Technology comprises:

  • Part 1: Introduction to Pavement Technology (PDF | Online)
  • Part 2: Pavement Structural Design (PDF | Online)
  • Part 3: Pavement Surfacings (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4: Pavement Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4A: Granular Base and Sub Base Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4B: Asphalt (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4C: Materials for Concrete Road Pavements (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4D: Stabilised Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4E: Recycled Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4F: Bituminous Binders (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4G: Geotextiles and Geogrids (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4I: Earthworks Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4J: Aggregate and Source Rock (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4K: Seals (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4L: Stabilising Binders (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5: Pavement Evaluation and Treatment Design (PDF | online being built)
  • Part 6: Unsealed Pavements (PDF | Online)
  • Part 7: Pavement Maintenance (PDF | Online)
  • Part 8: Pavement Construction (PDF | online being built)
  • Part 10: Sub-Surface Drainage (PDF | Online)

 Guide to Bridge Technology: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/bridges/agbt-set

The eight parts of the Guide to Bridge Technology provide guidance to bridge owners and agencies on issues related to bridge ownership, design procurement, vehicle and pedestrian accessibility, and bridge maintenance and management. The Guide provides a step-by-step approach to bridge construction, discusses past learnings, and details the planning process, common building materials, bridge designs and issues to consider at the design stage. It also includes the management and ongoing maintenance of completed structures and the use and application of Australian and New Zealand bridge design standards.

The Guide to Bridge Technology comprises:

  • Part 1: Introduction and Bridge Performance (PDF | Online)
  • Part 2: Materials (PDF | Online)
  • Part 3: Typical Superstructures, Substructures and Components (PDFOnline)
  • Part 4: Design Procurement and Concept Design (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5: Structural Drafting (PDFOnline)
  • Part 6: Bridge Construction (PDF | Online)
  • Part 7: Maintenance and Management of Existing Bridges (PDF | Online)
  • Part 8: Hydraulic Design of Waterway Structures (PDF | Online)

Guide to Project Delivery: Set

https://austroads.com.au/publications/project-delivery/agpd-set

The five parts of the Guide to Project Delivery provide guidance to road agency personnel involved in the delivery of infrastructure projects. Project delivery includes all of the activities required to facilitate completion of the project, and comprises project planning, project management, environmental assessment, design and construction. The Guide compiles material from Austroads member agencies into a consolidated resource, providing an Australasian approach to project delivery that covers the main road authority requirements.

The Guide to Project Delivery comprises:

  • Part 1: Overview (PDF | Online)
  • Part 2: Project Delivery Planning and Control (PDF | Online)
  • Part 3: Contract Management (PDF | Online)
  • Part 4: Direct Management and Construction (PDF | Online)
  • Part 5: Road Construction Quality Assurance (PDF | Online)

 


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