REG 265 – Infrastructure Technology. Dr AHMAD HILMY ABDUL HAMID School of Housing, Building & Planning. Parkings.
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Parking as part of an overall transportation system is one of the crucial issues of our times. As the number of automobiles increases exponentially, the need to house them in close proximity creates a challenging design problem
Low speed automobiles and trucks. Typically, automobiles may travel anywhere in the parking lot while heavy trucks travel to and from delivery and pick-up points only. Thus, recommended parking lot structural design is divided into two categories:
Parking lot areas expected to experience little or no truck traffic can be designed for car and light truck loads only. Typically light load parking lot areas encompass the parking stalls and parking stall access lanes. Truck traffic in these areas is limited to a few medium trucks and the occasional heavy truck that may stray in the parking stall area after hours.
Parking areas expected to experience significant truck traffic should include a thicker pavement structure to accommodate these heavier loads. Typically, heavy load parking lot areas encompass the entrance and exit lanes from the parking lot, the area directly in front of a store, truck loading/unloading areas and access routes to these areas. The recommended minimum pavement thicknesses shown here are for typical parking lot heavy load areas. If it is likely a particular parking lot will experience excessive heavy loads, it should be designed using an approved procedure.
• Design elements of each driveway (location, spacing, sight distance, throat width, radii, angles, and grades) should be based on expected volumes and vehicle characteristics.
• For right-turn entry and exit, the driveway radius should be consistent with the design vehicles sweep path requirements.
• Most driveway design elements are directly related to the layout of the parking area, amount of reservoir space, types of loading facility, circulation pattern, and building placement within the site.
Anda dijemput oleh sebuah Pihak Berkuasa tempatan (PBT) untuk merangka garis panduan pembangunan di kawasan mereka. Tulis satu laporan ringkas untuk PBT berkenaan dengan memberi tumpuan kepada perkara berikut:
i) Cadangan jalan - Hieraki
- Isu Mobiliti
- Jalan residensi
ii) Peparitan & Pakir - Jenis2 pakir dan peparitan lestari
iii) Sistem lampu jalan - Opsyen dan keperluan
1.Sokong laporan anda dengan rajah, gambar dan jadual yang relevan
2.Laporan anda tidak harus melebihi 20 muka surat (penulisan sahaja)