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Environmental management of highways (EMH)

Publication Year

2001

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Abstract

Describes best practice in managing and maintaining a transport infrastructure, especially highways, in such a way as to minimise potentially harmful environmental impacts and maximise environmental gains. Intended for use by planners, architects, highway engineers, traffic engineers and maintenance engineers, in both the public and private sectors as well as Councillors, voluntary groups and others who wish to pursue improvements to the highway environment. The guidelines cover: policy context, environmental management systems, drainage and runoff, air and noise quality management, landscape, management of ecology and of highways within the built heritage.

Document History

This document was previously available within The Construction Information Service in 11 parts, which have now been combined into this single complete pdf. The Institution of Highways and Transportation (IHT) is now known as the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT). CIHT confirmed this document is current as at 05/06/2018.

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Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation

The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) was previously known as the Institution of Highways and Transportation (IHT). It provides information on the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of land-based transport systems and infrastructure.

119 Britannia Walk
London
N1 7JE
UK

Website: www.ciht.org.uk
Email: info@ciht.org.uk
Tel: +44 (0)20 7336 1555

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