One Way Road System - Course Instructor Md Abu Hashnat...

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Course Instructor Md Abu Hashnat Badsha
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Definition: A one-way street is a street on which vehicles should only move in one direction. In order to increase traffic capacity and safety, a route may have two or more separate roads for each direction of traffic. Alternatively, a given road might be declared one-way .
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One-Way  Road
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Types of One-Way  System Full System: a road on which the traffic moves in one direction in all times. Usually for non-commuting/all purposes road with having alternative parallel roads. Partial System: a road on which the traffic moves in one direction (usually in heavier direction of flow) in peak periods to match with the distinctive pattern of tidal flow condition and other time it carries two –way traffic. Suitable for commuting road
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Benefits of One-Way System Increase Capacity Improve safety Other benefits Journey become smooth and comfortable Increase average journey speed Reduce journey time May allow on street angular parking
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