raised road

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Now the Modular Raised Road design has landed the University of Sunderland student first prize in the undergraduate category of the Environment Agency Flash Flooding Challenge which included a PS500 cash prize.
Over the past 50-plus years, the Addition Lands have included farming, ranching, oil exploration, existing systems of raised road grades, ORV trails and more.
In one so e area, elephants were cut off from moving to more fertile areas by a raised road - so a tunnel was built beneath it and they streamed through in droves.
Pedestrians and drivers travelling down Blackwood High Street have to cope with railings and bollards flanking the road, speed bumps, raised road surfaces and, in some places, double the number of lamp posts, because new posts have been put in next to old ones that have not been taken away.
Soldiers crouched behind a raised road divider in one area and fired rubber bullets, live ammunition and tear gas shells.
She said a flat-top raised road hump had been built as a compromise measure in early 2002 following extensive consultation with residents and traders and since then there had been no pedestrian injury accidents in the area.
The upgrade would consume a large amount of green belt and and any raised road levels will have a visual impact.
It is this facade that greets arriving passengers who proceed down escalators to the international and domestic arrival areas, from where they go to baggage reclaim, then on to the long thin arrivals hall under the raised road.
High water has driven many species to the perimeter of the lake, and the raised road leads to excellent viewing of diving birds, shorebirds such as avocets and curlews, and others such as snowy egrets.
Deborah designed a pop-up bridge, called the Modular Raised Road, created from plastic crates to form a temporary span linked over any distance, which could be used to save lives and aid rescues.
The aim is to build a raised road taking the A46 directly over the M40 at junction 15, cutting out the roundabout where drivers travelling from Coventry and Stratford often experience tailbacks.
He said British costs had risen steadily in recent years as chancellors had raised road fund costs for lorries and the duty on fuel in order to get more freight traffic off congested roads.