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April Update 2019:

Design Manual for Roads and Bridges

GG 000 Alphanumeric and Volume Contents April 2019
CD 527 Sumpless gullies (replaces HA 105/17 Sumpless Gullies)
CD 236 Surface course materials for construction revision 3 (replaces CD 236 Surface course materials for construction revision 2)
HA 105/17 Sumpless Gullies (4.2.3) (replaced by CD 527 Sumpless gullies)
CD 236 Surface course materials for construction revision 2 (7.5.1) (replaced by CD 236 Surface course materials for construction revision 3)

IAN

IAN 163/12 Alternative Entry Taper at relaxation scheme temporary traffic management on high speed roads (withdrawn as information subsumed in the Traffic Signs Manual: Chapter 8 Part 3)
IAN 179/14 Guidance on the Use of Vehicle Mounted High Level Variable Message Signs to provide advance warning of lane closures for Relaxation Works on Dual Carriageways with a Hard Shoulder (withdrawn as information subsumed in the Traffic Signs Manual: in Chapter 8 Part 3)
IAN 181/14 Guidance on the Use of Impact Protection Vehicles for Temporary Traffic Management (withdrawn as information subsumed in in the Traffic Signs Manual: Chapter 8 Part 3)
IAN 188/16 Guidance on Omission of Warning Lights (Road Danger Lamps) for Relaxation Works on Dual Carriageways (withdrawn as information subsumed in in the Traffic Signs Manual: Chapter 8 Part 3)
IAN 64/05 Driver Information at Road Works (withdrawn as information subsumed in in the Traffic Signs Manual: Chapter 8 Part 3)
IAN 137/10 The use of stepped speed limits at road works (withdrawn and no replacement)
IAN 129/10 Travel Demand Management Guidance High Occupancy Vehicle Gates (withdrawn and no replacement)
IAN 150/16 Guidance on Alternative Temporary Traffic Management Techniques for Relaxation Works on Dual Carriageways (withdrawn as information subsumed in the Traffic Signs Manual: Chapter 8 Part 3)

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