Who built the caribou road?
The Royal Engineres
Cariboo road was built for workers to have easy access to the CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway). It was very dangerous for workers to ride along in oxen-powered carts. Many lives were lost in the raging Fraser River. A lot of the white workers were racist to the Chinese workers (Navvies) and were always more worried about the oxen being lost, not the Navvies.
It means exactly what it says. A road is constructed according to the design shown in plans and specifications. When changes are made during construction because of unknown changes in conditions, the plans are changed accordingly. The resulting plans are called As-built drawings. Sometimes in road design, the road is built without plans.... just a typical section. Then the road is surveyed and as-built plans are drawn without an initial design including route and elevations.
Are Roads built for safety and speed limits are determined by the conditions of the road on which they are posted?
An Inukshuk is a stone cairn built by the by the Inuit, Inupiat, Kalaallit, Yupik, and other peoples of the Arctic region of North America. It is also said its used for hunting. To catch caribou. The caribou will mistake the inukshuk for a human and run the other way to a group of hunters. Its like a trap.