PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF ROADSIDE VEGETATION - AN ANALYSIS OF PRINCIPLES

CONTENTS: BASIC DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS GENERAL HIGHWAY CLASSES VEGETATION IN RELATION TO THE VALUE OF ADJACENT LANDS VEGETATION FOR TRAFFIC GUIDANCE SELECTION AND USE OF PLANTS IN PLANTING DESIGN LEGAL CONTROL OF VEGETATION CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING VEGETATION FOR SPECIAL SITUATIONS VEGETATION IN RELATION TO HIGHWAY CROSS SECTION VEGETATION EXTENDING OVER THE PAVEMENT VEGETATION IN RELATION TO CURVES AND INTERSECTIONS VEGETATION TO CONTROL EROSION VEGETATION WITH RELATION TO MEDIANS VEGETATION IN RELATION TO SNOWDRIFTING PLANTS IN RELATION TO VIEWS PLANTING NEAR STRUCTURES VEGETATION IN RELATION TO WAYSIDES AND MEMORIALS VEGETATION IN URBAN AREAS ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL OF ROADSIDE VEGETATION SELECTIVE THINNING PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WORK METHODS SPECIFICATIONS WORKING DRAWINGS PLANT NOMENCLATURE.

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  • Publication Date: 1956

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  • Created Date: Oct 14 1994 12:00AM