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RE: geometric design of pedestrain bridge

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Try this
http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/oppd/dib/dib82.htm



> I am designing a pedestrian bridge which connecting the sidewalk of an =
> existing bridge and a sports park on the ground. The pedestrian bridge =
> deck is a sloped plane which allow  people riding bicycles. The =
> elevation difference of the existing bridge and the ground is about 12m =
> (40 ft.). It seems danger if young men or children riding bicycles down =
> the pedestrian bridge with high velocity. My questions are:
>
> 1. What is the slope restriction?
> 2. What is the radius restriction if the pedestrian bridge is a curved =
> bridge?
> 3. What is the handrail height restriction?
> 4. Is intermediate landing required just as stair landing, or we can =
> design the vertical profile as a simple straight line?


Jyouru Lyang
Caltrans




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