The developer I'm working with would like to use an inverted crown design for public roads within a large commercial development. He would like to create a more pedestrian friendly atmosphere by draining runoff away from the roadside parking. We'd then use inlets along the road centerline to convey the runoff elsewhere. We're in MT, so the developer would like people parking to not have to worry about ice or water when entering/exiting their vehicle.
Has anyone had experience with inverted crown streets or know of a city that accepts them as a standard?
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