Transverse definition

Transverse means parallel to the abutment walls, or perpendicular to the direction of traffic.
Transverse the transverse slope shall not exceed 3 per cent.
Transverse means parallel to the walls.

Examples of Transverse in a sentence

  • If an annotated FIRM and/or FBFM and digital mapping data (GIS or CADD) are used then all supporting documentation or metadata must be included with the data submission along with the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection and State Plane Coordinate System in accordance with FEMA mapping specifications.

  • Transverse cracks which form in the concrete pavement panels between load transfer joints shall be stitched as shown in the plans, described in the Special Provision or repaired as directed by the Engineer.

  • As employers of residents who are also council service users these councils recognise that it does not make sense to pay wages that aren't enough to provide for an acceptable standard of living.

  • Transverse expansion joints shall be installed at 20-foot centres.

  • This work is incidental to the contract unit price for "Eliminate Transverse Joint".

  • Transverse joints of the wearing course shall be straight and neatly trimmed.

  • Transverse joints shall be formed by cutting back on the previous run to expose the full depth of the course.

  • Transverse median drains and open-ended cross drains shall be Reinforced Concrete Pipe, Corrugated Aluminum Alloy Pipe, Aluminized Corrugated Steel Pipe, Corrugated Polyethylene Pipe (HDPE Pipe) or Polyvinyl-Chloride Pipe (PVC Pipe).

  • Transverse Joints: All transverse joints shall be formed by saw-cutting to expose the full thickness of the lift.

  • Pacific Offshore: Pacific Federal areas defined by Universal Transverse Mercator Coordinate System, Oregon state offshore, and Washington state offshore.


More Definitions of Transverse

Transverse means "situated at right angles to the long axis of a part." DORLAND'S ILLUSTRATED MEDICAL
Transverse means a type of pavement marking consisting of two parallel lines set perpendicular to the public frontage extending across the entire width of the vehicular lanes of a thoroughfare to demarcate a pedestrian crosswalk.

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