haul road

haul road

[′hȯl ‚rōd]
(mining engineering)
A road built to carry heavily loaded trucks at a good speed; the grade is limited and usually kept to less than 17% of climb.
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He had been walking along a haul road at the development, in an attempt to attract the attention of a vehicle, when he was struck and run over by the truck.
Tenders are invited for Diversion of 220v over head line from existing south side of haul road to north side due to haul road widening from old view point to new view point at akwmc under katras area
From training and policy, the haul road design itself and the mine pit, to inspections, ingress/egress, driving habits, cab design, and loading/dumping, ErgoMine's eight-module Haul Truck Audit segment includes nearly every aspect of the machine and its environment.
Meanwhile, the city of Springfield is preparing to acquire from the Willamalane Park and Recreation District two segments of the logging haul road that runs by the landfill, to develop as future street connections.
In the letter to DENR Secretary Ramon Paje, Ebdane recommended the lifting of the suspension order on the construction of the backdoor mining hauling road or one mine haul road, the ATM said.
Another haul road will be built on the other side of the river, in Widnes.
A spokesperson for the Environment Agency said: "We have been building a haul road to allow trucks to access the flood bank.
To minimise disruption to local traffic, construction vehicles will use a temporary haul road created down the middle of the green area.
As a result of ongoing difficulties in establishing tenure (and thereby land access) for the Abydos Mine's haul road access across an existing railway line, Atlas is taking advantage of an alternate haulage route that takes mine production to the North via the Marble Bar road, rather than the initially proposed haulage to the west.
Better hydraulics systems assist in the balancing of loads and specialized equipment is often used to move large freight through the tight turns of the Dalton Highway, also known as the Haul Road.
Gurney wants the existing entrance at Pit Haul Road which presently allows access for the gravel trucks, to be changed to a future municipal street.