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Question №448
June 8, 2016
Mamurzhan Abduraimov | SKO Sairam district

How do you do! Are pedestrian crossings and U-turns allowed on road of such class and category? If so, on the basis of which normative document of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In the area of Aksu river there are two intersections, where U-turns and pedestrian crossings are provided.

Answer to question №448
June 15, 2016

Dear Mamurzhan according to SNIP RK 3.03-09-2006 number of intersections and junctions on roads of I-III categories should be small. Crossings and junctions on roads of I-a category outside settlements should be, as a rule, not more than every 10 km, on the road of I-b and II categories every 5 km, and on the road of III category every 2 km. Pedestrian crossings at different levels (underground or overground) through roads of I-b and II category should be designed at crosswalk pedestrian volume of 100 p/h or more for roads of I-b category; 250 person/h or more for roads of II category, and with appropriate feasibility study other conditions are also permitted. Pedestrian fencing should be stipulated at the locations of these crossings.




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