Nature Related Constructions in Rural Districts Wheel-Track Paving with Concrete

Paper by SCBMINCKE from ISCR 6th 1990

In the sixties and seventies it used to be the traditional way to build paved country roads in full width in rural road construction. Economical consciousness, agricultural production zones -in the context of developing better economical systems-forced us to change our views. A very natural path is a wheel-track path which seems a reasonable way to build simple paved country roads. In this connection the use of concrete proved to be worth-while. The present paper deals with technical details as well as with the method of constructing wheel-track paving with concrete.

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