Pedestrian Path Design

Accessibility is one of the major requirements at archaeological sites for both visitors and researchers who work on the site. Completing the base map and architectural documentation helps to design the ideal route to reach the archaeological site. Thus, walking paths can be designed on an easy-climbing slope without harming the archaeological remains.

Vehicle Road Design

Accessibility to archaeological sites is important for disabled, child, and elderly visitors and items that need to be transported to or from the site by vehicle. In this context, vehicle road design is critical, especially for hard-to-reach sites. 
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It is a social responsibility to make archaeological sites accessible to everybody. Thanks to advances in technology, some people will be able to visit the places virtually, while others would choose to be there in person.