Design Manual For Roads and Bridges

The Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) is a series of 15 volumes that provide official standards, advice notes and other documents relating to the design, assessment and operation of trunk roads, including motorways in the United Kingdom, and, with some amendments, the Republic of Ireland .

They form part of a suite of technical documents produced by the Highways Agency, which comprises:

  • Design Manual for Roads and Bridges
  • Manual of Contract Documents for Highway Works
  • Network Maintenance Manual, and Routine and Winter Service Codes

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Design Manual For Roads And Bridges - Use in Republic of Ireland
... Rather than create a separate design manual for roads in the Republic of Ireland, the UK's Design Manual for Roads and Bridges has also applied in the Republic of Ireland since 2001 ... In this form it is known as the NRA Design Manual for Roads and Bridges or NRADMRB ...

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