Broad-Based Dips

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If the intended traffic will be heavier trucks a rolling dip or broad-based dip may be a better alternative. Both structures act as a stretched out waterbar. The main difference between the two is in the topography in which they are used.

Broad-based dips are better for gradients of up to 12%.

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