Module 11: Roads and Trails: Planning it Right from the Start

Results

This person got 9 of 14 possible points.
Total score: 64 %

Question Results

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Question:

To get water away from the road

Response:

Use ditches

Install culverts

Grade the road

All of the above

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Question:

The grubbing distance ahead of the finished road should be 200m (656 ft) or less:

Response:

True

False

Score 1 of 1

Question:

The right-of-way in road building is:

Response:

The right to cross your neighbour's land

The cleared width of the road corridor

Smaller machines have to let bigger machines pass

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Question:

The best way to dispose of slash when grubbing a road is to:

Response:

Pile the slash along the edge of the clearing

Use the slash to fill in holes in the road bed

Bury the slash in a hole on the road side

All of the above

Score 1 of 1

Question:

Water should flow in a ditch as far as possible :

Response:

True

False

Score 1 of 1

Question:

Cut and fill refers to :

Response:

Cut trees and fill the truck

Using soil from the uphill slope to build the road on the downhill side

Cutting off branches and filling holes

Score 1 of 1

Question:

It is best to compact a new road before winter and

Response:

Use it right away

Let it settle over winter

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Question:

Water flowing through a culvert generally:

Response:

Speeds up

Slows down

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Question:

Factors when installing a culvert include:

Response:

Slope

Angle

Depth of fill

Type of fill

All of the above

Score ? of 5

Question:

List three ways to maintain your road:

Response:

Correct AnswerUser Answer
Clear ditches at least every 5 years, avoid heavy use at wet times of year, re grade if neccessary
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