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An Intended Plan of Highway Designing for A-511 Table of Contents 1. Introduction With the commencement of twenty first century, rapidly increasing traffic and transportation, and consequential need of uplifting the roadways standards in UK provoked UK’s government to proceed with a number of amendments supposed to facilitate and ease UK’s transportation.


And, in the same formula, it was also required to ease the transportation with widening of the various roads consisting possibilities of heavier and frequent traffic in near future. Better public transport will encourage more people to use it. But the car will remain important to the mobility of millions of people and the numbers of people owning cars will continue to grow. So we also want to make life better for the motorist. The priority will be maintaining existing roads rather than building new ones and better management of the road network to improve reliability (A New Deal for Transport: Better for Everyone 1998) Hereby, we proceed to a supposed intended plan for widening of A511, which is a 34 Km road joining the towns Coalville, Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Burton upon Trent. While private transport is quite regular over this route, there are increasingly adding heavier transportation vehicles. And, as it passes by outers of many crowded locations, it becomes an easier choice for industrial and heavier transports too. Pertaining to those conditions, a plan for turning A511 into a dual lane (D2AP) seems quite appropriate and essential. Before proceeding to the designing phase, we take out a look at the positioning factors and parts of A511 falling in numerous townships. ...
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