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Design Manual for Roads and Bridges

GG 000 Alphanumeric and Volume Contents August 2019
CD 122 Geometric design of grade separated junctions 6.2.1 (supersedes TD 22/06 Layout of Grade Separated Junctions and TD 39/94 The Design of Major Interchanges. In combination with CD 123, this document supersedes TD 40/94 Layout of Compact Grade Separated Junctions).
CD 123 Geometric design of at-grade priority and signal-controlled junctions 6.2.6 (supersedes TD 41/95 Vehicular Access to All Purpose Trunk Roads, TD 42/95 Geometric Design of Major/Minor Priority Junctions. In combination with CD 122, this document supersedes TD 40/94 Layout of Compact Grade Separated Junctions. This document supersedes those parts of TD 50/04 The Geometric Layout of Signal-Controlled Junctions and Signalised Roundabouts and TD 70/08 Design of Wide Single 2+1 Roads relating to priority and signal-controlled junctions)
CD 521 Hydraulic design of road edge surface water channels and outlets 4.2.4 (supersedes HA 37/17 Hydraulic Design of Road-Edge Surface Water Channels, HA 78/96 Design of Outfalls for Surface Water Channels, HA 113/05 Combined Channel and Pipe System for Surface Water Drainage, HA 119/06 Grassed Surface Water Channels for Highway Runoff)
CD 622 Managing geotechnical risk 4.1.2 (supersedes HD 22/08 Managing Geotechnical Risk, BD 10/97 Design of Highway Structures in Areas of Mining Subsidence, HA 120/08 Guidance on the Trenchless Installation of Services Beneath Motorways and Trunk Roads)
CS 228 Skidding resistance 7.3.1 (supersedes HD 28/15 Skidding Resistance)
LA 110 Material assets and waste 11.3.13 (supersedes IAN 153/11 Guidance on the Environmental Impact Assessment of Materials)
LA 113 Road drainage and the water environment 11.3.10 (supersedes HD 45/09 Road Drainage and the Water Environment)
BD 10/97 Design of Highway Structures in Areas of Mining Subsidence 1.3.14 (superseded by CD 622 Managing geotechnical risk)
HA 37/17 Hydraulic Design of Road-Edge Surface Water Channels 4.2.4 (superseded by CD 521 Hydraulic design of road edge surface water channels and outlets)
HA 78/96 Design of Outfalls for Surface Water Channels 4.2.1 (superseded by CD 521 Hydraulic design of road edge surface water channels and outlets)
HA 113/05 Combined Channel and Pipe System for Surface Water Drainage 4.2.6 (superseded by CD 521 Hydraulic design of road edge surface water channels and outlets)
HA 119/06 Grassed Surface Water Channels for Highway Runoff 4.2.9 (superseded by CD 521 Hydraulic design of road edge surface water channels and outlets)
HA 120/08 Guidance on the Trenchless Installation of Services Beneath Motorways and Trunk Roads 4.1.8 (superseded by CD 622 Managing geotechnical risk)
HD 22/08 Managing Geotechnical Risk 4.1.2 (superseded by CD 622 Managing geotechnical risk)
HD 28/15 Skidding Resistance 7.3.1 (superseded by CS 228 Skidding resistance)
HD 45/09 Road Drainage and the Water Environment 11.3.10 (superseded by LA 113 Road drainage and the water environment)
TD 22/06 Layout of Grade Separated Junctions 6.2.1 (superseded by CD 122 Geometric design of grade separated junctions)
TD 39/94 The Design of Major Interchanges 6.2.4 (superseded by CD 122 Geometric design of grade separated junctions)
TD 40/94 Layout of Compact Grade Separated Junctions 6.2.5 (superseded by CD 122 Geometric design of grade separated junctions and CD 123 Geometric design of at-grade priority and signal-controlled junctions)
TD 41/95 Vehicular Access to All Purpose Trunk Roads 6.2.7 (superseded by CD 123 Geometric design of at-grade priority and signal-controlled junctions)
TD 42/95 Geometric Design of Major/Minor Priority Junctions 6.2.6 (superseded by CD 123 Geometric design of at-grade priority and signal-controlled junctions)
TD 50/04 The Geometric Layout of Signal-Controlled Junctions and Signalised Roundabouts 6.2.3 (superseded by CD 123 Geometric design of at-grade priority and signal-controlled junctions and previously published CD 116 Geometric design of roundabouts)

IAN

IAN 153/11 Guidance on the Environmental Impact Assessment of Materials (superseded by LA 110 Material assets and waste)
IAN 145/16 Directional signs on Motorway and all-purpose Trunk roads At grade and compact Grade separated junctions (withdrawn and no replacement)
IAN 144/16 Directional signs on Motorway and all-purpose Trunk roads Grade separated junctions (withdrawn and no replacement)

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