How do they create a grade (or camber) on a paved road?
I know that paved roads have a grade to them (also called camber) so that water can roll off to the sides but I don't understand how they make that with flat steam rollers.
These roads are made by hand and steam rollers not be used.
When they grade the road before paving engineers figure out the degree of camfer needed. Graders blades are adjusted to that degree. I did this work when younger. hope that helps
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