Roadside infrastructure for safer European roads: D08 European best practice for roadside design: guidelines for maintenance and operations of roadside infrastructure.
online resourceposted on 2006-06-20, 15:10 authored by J. Andersson, G. Lanner, W. Wink, B. Halleman, Claire L. Naing, Robert Thomson, Helen Fagerlind, Guy Dupre, Olivier Bisson, J.M. Carcia, F. Lopez, J. Papi, A.V. Martinez, A. Amengual, J. Valtonen, Marko Kelkka, U. Goose, Cees W. Klootwijk, Boudewijn Hoogvelt, R. Van der Horst, S. De Ridder, H. Hoschopf, Julian HillJulian Hill
Maintenance and operations of road safety equipment and infrastructure ensure that all safety related elements of the road system are operating as they were designed, tested, and approved. Maintenance of road equipment should not only be considered as the repair of broken or damaged equipment, but also as a potential monitoring system for the road network. This overlooked aspect of maintenance and operations is a central theme for the following sections.
CitationANDERSSON et al, 2006. Roadside infrastructure for safer European roads: D08 European best practice for roadside design: guidelines for maintenance and operations of roadside infrastructure. Project RISER, European Community
NotesThis Project was funded by the European Community under the ‘Competitive and Sustainable Growth’ Programme (1998-2002).