# Transportation Engineering MCQ | Part 8

Q. 1. A bituminous pavement over a lean cement concrete base is a A. Rigid pavement B. Semi-rigid pavement C. Flexible pavement D. None of these

# Transportation Engineering Multiple Choice Questions MCQs | Part 8 | By Ashutosh Nautiyal

## Q. 1. A bituminous pavement over a lean cement concrete base is a

• A. Rigid pavement
• B. Semi-rigid pavement
• C. Flexible pavement
• D. None of these

B. Semi-rigid pavement

## Q. 2. Which of the following parking patterns allows the maximum number of car/vehicles parking facility

• A. Parallel parking
• B. 75 angle parking
• C. 45 angle parking
• D. Right angle parking

D. Right angle parking

• A. 0.45
• B. 0.50
• C. 0.55
• D. 0.44

A. 0.45

## Q. 4. In a traffic stream, if demand is distributed uniformly, the peak hour factor will be near to

• A. 0
• B. 1
• C. 0.5
• D. None of these

B. 1

• A. 40 lux
• B. 10 lux
• C. 30 lux
• D. 20 lux

C. 30 lux

• A. 0.5 P
• B. 2 P
• C. 3 P
• D. P

B. 2P

## Q. 7. As per IRC, traffic sign of speed limit should be

• A. Octagonal shape
• B. Triangular shape
• C. Circular shape
• D. Hexagonal shape

B. Triangular shape

## Q. 8. Which factors influence might visibility on highways?

• A. Size of objects
• B. Reflecting characteristics of the pavement surface
• C. Brightness of objects
• D. All of these

D. All of these

## Q. 9. The structural number (SN) of flexible pavement is a function of

• A. Depth of the layer
• B. Layer co-efficient
• C. Both
• D. None

C. Both

## Q. 10. Cloverleaf is a type of intersection of which of the following types?

• A. Space sharing intersection
• B. Flyover
• C. Interchange
• D. Time-sharing intersection

C. Interchange

• A. 240 sec
• B. 120 sec
• C. 60 sec
• D. 180 sec

B. 120 sec

• A. 3,400
• B. 4,000
• C. 1,600
• D. 2,400

D. 2,400

• A. 5
• B. 10
• C. 20
• D. 15

A. 5

• A. 3,400
• B. 1,600
• C. 1,200
• D. 2,400

C. 1200

## Q. 15. The width of the side-walks or footpaths depends on

• A. Number of vehicle users
• B. Pedestrian
• C. Vehicular flow
• D. Pedestrian flow

D. Pedestrian flow

## Q. 16. Foot over the bridge is a type of

• B. Grade separated pedestrian crossing
• C. Both
• D. None of these

• A. 70 km
• B. 65 km
• C. 60 km
• D. 55 km

B. 65 km

## Q. 18. Grade separated pedestrian crossing is

• A. Pedestrian survey
• B. Foot over the bridge
• C. Both
• D. None of these

C. Both

## Q. 19. Traffic signals are used in

• A. Controlled
• B. Uncontrolled
• C. Both
• D. None of the above; types of pedestrian crossing

A. Controlled

• A. 2.5 m
• B. 1 m
• C. 2 m
• D. 1.5 m

D. 1.5 m

## Recommended Book (Click to Open):

### 1. Khanna and Justo (Highway Engineering)

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