An invert crossing is a section of kerb & channel adjacent to a driveway or pathway, with a flatter than normal profile to allow vehicles or pedestrians to easily cross the kerb.
Invert crossings are typically necessary when a barrier kerb profile is used.
The terms crossover and driveway layback are sometimes used to describe vehicular invert crossings, and an invert crossing for pedestrians is typically known as a pram crossing.
External Links & References
- Bundaberg Regional Council Residential Invert Crossings Standard Drawing
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