Knowledge Base – Energy

Guidelines 

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

Standards

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

Legislation

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages


Best Practices

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

General

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

Computer Applications

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

Training

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

Job Creation

TitleDescriptionAuthorsSourceYear
Doc TypeFormat/Size
UTG1 Geometrical Design of Urban Arterial RoadsThis document deals with the geometrical design of urban arterial roads. It forms part of a series on freeways, collectors and arterial roads.De Leuw Cather & Assoc Inc for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1986GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 5.8Mb, 76 pages
UTG2 Structural Design of Segmented Block PavementsThis document is intended as a complete guideline for the design of segmental block pavements in South Africa. The structural design method may be used for both concrete and fired-clay blocks. The importance of materials, design loads, environment and drainage and compaction in relation to design are discussed, and various practical aspects are considered.Dr J M Clifford, Dr B Shackel, Mr L R Marais for Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1987GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.7Mb, 55 pages
UTG3 Structural Design of Urban RoadsThis document deals with the structural design of paved and gravel urban roads. It covers the selection of design strategies, the estimation of design traffic, materials, environmental and practical considerations, structural design and cost analysis.Committee of Urban Transport Authorities (CUTA)SANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 7.6Mb, 84 pages
M3-1 Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis manual provides guidelines for the visual assessment of rigid paved roads at network levels for use in pavement management systems. Both jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements are considered.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH01 (M3-1) Visual Assessment Manual for Concrete PavementsThis document provides guidelines for the visual evaluation of the condition of rigid paved roads at network level for use in pavement management systems. Flexible pavements are dealt with separately and must be assessed in accordance with TMH09.CEO SANRALSANRAL1998GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 692Kb, 52 pages
TMH03 (draft) Traffic Axle Load Surveys for Pavement DesignTraffic axle load surveys are carried out in order to acquire data required for pavement design and for evaluation of pavement performance. Two weighing methods are available. Vehicles can be weighed while they are in motion - the dynamic method, or while they are stationary - the static method. The contribution of different characteristics of the vehicle to the measured axle load is discussed for a number of variables.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1988GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 4.8Mb, 33 pages
TMH04 Geometric Design Standards for Rural Two-Lane Two-Way RoadsThis document gives geometric (as opposed to structural) design standards for factors such as design speed, sight distances, superelevation and alignment. The standards are intended for use by engineers in the design of rural two-lane two-way roads and they should help to standardize the geometric design of such roads throughout the Republic.National Institute for Transport and Road ResearchSANRAL1978GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 570Kb, 12 pages
TMH07 (part 3) Code of Practice for the Design of Highway Bridges and CulvertsPart 3 of the Code defines the limit state requirements and, with reference to Part 2, gives the required combinations of actions and their application to the structure in checking for the limit states. The material properties and design assumptions for use in analysis are also given.Committee of State Road AuthoritiesSANRAL1989GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 10.8Mb, 160 pages
Design, Construction And Maintenance Of Low Cost Roads And Associated DrainageThe purpose of this document is to provide municipalities with guidelines for design, construction and maintenance of low cost/volume roads and associated drainage.J Pietersen, Z Muller, B Govender, L CloeteIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 1.35Mb, 20 pages
Guidelines for Traffic CalmingThe purpose of this document is to set out the revised document on the policy for traffic calming.J PietersenIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 355Kb, 24 pages
IMESA Position Paper: Fuel LeviesThis position paper looks at Fuel Levies as a method of generating funds for the maintenance and development of roads and other land transport infrastructure.E BykerIMESA2006GUIDELINES* Click here PDF, 110Kb, 5 pages

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