The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 10 > Some Recent Roadworks Carried Out in Southern Rhodesia
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Some Recent Roadworks Carried Out in Southern Rhodesia

THE existence of road corrugation in this and other Colonies has been a matter of concern for some considerable time, and the problem of building roads suitable for modern traffic has been a somewhat perplexing one. In new and undeveloped countries the problem is exceptionally difficult. Leslie Scott

Author(s): Scott, Leslie

Keywords: roads;southern rhodesia;construction work