TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 189: Design and Management of Historic Roads explores how the inherent flexibility in the current policies, manuals, criteria, rules, standards, and data sets that underlie the transportation planning and project development process may be used to preserve historic roads and roads in historic districts and settings.
Table of Contents
|Introduction on Purpose and Summary of Content||5-6|
|1.0 Preserving Historic Roads: Starting Out in the Right Direction||7-15|
|2.0 Planning for Balanced Solutions Balanced Solutions: Incorporate Historic Preservation from Project Outset||16-25|
|3.0 Many Routes Go In the Right Direction: Using Inherent Flexibility||26-44|
|4.0 Considerations in Defining Historic Roads||45-64|
|5.0 Highway Design; Past, Present and Balanced||65-99|
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