Keep them safe —but keep them!
The destruction of historic roads to comply with current highway safety practices has been undertaken with little regard for preservation options. In Saving Historic Roads, Paul Daniel Marriott examines the complex issues surrounding historic roads and provides design and policy guidelines for adapting contemporary transportation laws and engineering practices to these resources. Recognizing the importance of eliminating highway hazards, he offers strategies demonstrating that modern highway safety and historic preservation are not mutually exclusive.
This indispensable resource:
Saving Historic Roads is essential for transportation engineers and planners, government resource managers, policymakers, and anyone interested in preserving our nation's historic roads.
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This is the first comprenhensive book to cover the legal, design, planning and regulatory guidelines for the maintenance and preservation of historic roads. Provides criteria for determining a road's historic significance and includes an introduction to relevant transportation policy and laws. Adapts current design and capacity standards recommended by the American Association of State Transportation and Highway Officials specifications to historic road configurations. Includes enlightening case studies and 100 black and white photographs.About the Author:
PAUL DANIEL MARRIOTT is a landscape architect and city planner with the Rural Heritage Program at the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. He directs the National Task Force for Historic Roads. The NATIONAL TRUST is chartered by Congress to encourage the preservation of sites, buildings, and places significant to American history and culture.
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Book Description Wiley, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110471197629