crossfall

crossfall

(ˈkrɒsˌfɔːl)
n
(Civil Engineering) the camber of a road
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Form the existing road to the required crossfall, import spread and compact gravel to 100 milimetre thikness.
The Australian company ARRB Transport Research's Global Inertial Positioning System Integration Tracking Route Alignment and Crossfall (Gipsi-Trac) is a vehiclemounted data acquisition system, which uses GPS and sensors to record continuous three-dimensional highway maps and road geometry information.
Where required, form the existing road surface to the required crossfall then import, spread and compact gravel to 100 milimetres in thikness.
The work proposed is the reconstruction/rehabilitation of the existing road pavement to address any poor crossfall of pavement, replacement of kerb and channel and driveways to address the poor access for properties at the eastern end of the works.
Form the existing road to the required crossfall and import, spread and compact gravel to 100 milimetres in thickness.
Roundabout on Kalkarindgi internal road 5 (off Whitlam Street) - raising the roundabout by 500mm, lane crossfall, drainage plus gravel sheet, roundabout approximately 72m of road measured from sealed section of Internal Road 5 and Whitlam St
Install sections of w-beam barrier, correct batter crossfall and widen existing shoulder seal on the outside of curve at various locations.
Poor road crossfall restricting access to adjacent properties.
Several defects and safety issues such as poor line of sight, excessive crossfall, steep grades, lack of compliant barrier fencing and narrow width will be corrected when the path is reconstructed.
The existing sealed pavement surface has deteriorated which requires significant patching, and also the road alignment has a bend with poor shape and crossfall which carries an accident history.
Scarify existing road surface, reshape to a 3% crossfall and compact.
Reconstruction/rehabilitation of the existing road pavement, kerb and channel and driveways to address pavement failure, shape, crossfall and failing kerb and channel.