A. A group of houses
B. A freeway
C. A neighborhood bar
D. A rice paddies
A.Making the dimensions of the pavilion small enough so the anticipated number of users would cross into each other’s personal distance,
B. Designing benches around the support columns so people would have a place to sit and talk
C. Organizing the cooking and servicing area distinct from the dining area and entrance
D. Providing an informal variety of spaces of different sizes, locations and uses.
A. All of the catchments area was not served by arterial street.
B. The site consisted of mostly sandy soil with a 6-foot top layer of expansive clay
C. The vacancy rate of office space in the city was three times the national average
D. The neighborhood community objected to the sight of the parking lots.
A. Extensive underground rock formations just below the surface
B. A 5-foot water table
C. Expansive clay and organic soil
D. All of the above
A. The width of the loading berth
B. The required size of utility easement
C. Minimum lot size
D. Parking area size
E. Permissible roof covering
A. A 1 ½ % slope is suitable for rough parking
B. Landscaped areas near buildings should have a 2% slope
C. A safe sidewalk would slope 2 ½ %.
D. Roads in northern climates can safely have up to 12% grade.
A. Planning the service entry drive separated from the automobile entry and drive
B. Making parking areas oversize to accommodate pedestrian circulation
C. Designing all two-way roads at least 24-feet wide
D. Limiting parking area traffic to a single entrance away from the pedestrian walks
E. Laying out walks parallel to parking areas.
A. Metes and bounds
B. Reference to a section and township
C. Location within a subdivision
D. All of the above
A. A two-way circulation with 90-degree parking on both sides of the drive
B. 30-degree parking on both sides of a one-way loop system
C. Combining service circulation with parking at 45-degree angle
D. 90-degree parking on one side of a one-way circulation drive.
A. 27 percent
B. 53 percent
C. 40 percent
D. 67 percent
A. Urban plan
B. Social plan
C. Comprehensive development plan
D. Site plan
A. Concentric zone
C. Multiple-nuclei theory
D. Central place theory
B. Protected-water resource
A. High density residential area
B. Institutional area
C. Central Business District
D. Urban decay
A. Wide vehicular roads
B. Parking on the front of the site
C. Provision of a porte-cochere
D. Separate pedestrian and vehicular circulation systems
A. PD 957
B. RA 7279 or UDHA
C. International Law on human settlements
D. BP 220
C. Local Government Unit (LGU)
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