Road Placement 4

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The placement of the roads highlighted in black is ideal. It has good access to the tract while also limiting its impacts on water quality on the site. Notice that there are no stream crossings due to obtaining backside access, it stays along the ridge tops as much as possible, goes around the head of drains, and is placed at locations where the slopes are more gentle. Of all the options, this is the best.

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