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3rd December 2015: IAN IAN 161/15 added to IANs Page.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please be aware that the planned updates of the MCHW and DMRB scheduled for November 2015 are now expected to publish in February 2016 to allow time to carry out necessary detailed checks of the new content. We are increasing the formats that the DMRB and MCHW are available in, but rest assured documents will also be available freely as usual.

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12th October 2015: IAN IAN 187/15 added to IANs Page.

30th September 2015 - Design Manual for Roads and Bridges: Volume Contents Pages and Alpha-Numeric Index.

30th September 2015 - HD 27/15: Pavement Construction Methods

9th September 2015: IAN 128/15/A added to IANs Page.

27th August 2015 - Design Manual for Roads and Bridges: Volume Contents Pages and Alpha-Numeric Index.

27th August 2015 - BD 44/15: The Assessment of Concrete Highway Bridges and Structures

27th August 2015 - GD 01/15: Introduction to the Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB)

31st July 2015 - Design Manual for Roads and Bridges: Volume Contents Pages and Alpha-Numeric Index.

31st July 2015 - HD 28/15: Skidding Resistance supersedes IAN 49/13 and IAN 98/07

31st July 2015: BA 24/87 and BD 28/87 are now withdrawn

31st July 2015 - HD 41/15: Maintenance of Highways Geotechnical Assets.

31st July 2015 - TD 25/15: Inspection and Maintenance of Traffic Signs on Motorway and All-Purpose Trunk Roads

Contacts

For more information about pilots and trials on the Highways Agency network or the Guide itself please contact:

Max Brown (max.brown@highways.gsi.gov.uk)

Telephone: ++44 (0) 1173 728541

Highways Agency
Safety, Standards and Research Directorate
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Temple Quay
Bristol
BS1 6HA

 

 

 

 

 

 

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