This paper refers to the principles of determining the methods of accessing farm plots from farm roads. It is a must to ensure access to each farm plot, and, therefore, there are exclusively two options when planning access roads to plots. Between two neighbouring farm roads, one or two rows of plots can be situated; this situation is described as a one sided or two-sided access. In the paper, it was proved that in the case of short plots of up to ca. 150 m of length, regardless of the plot area, a one-sided access should be planned. As for farm land with arrange-ments comprising longer plots, when planning access roads, a two-sided access to them should be planned. The access planning principles as described in the paper are recommended for the application when correcting farm road networks without any change in the spatial arrangement of plots.
30-149 Kraków, ul. Balicka 253a www.wisig.ar.krakow.pl/kgutw mail:firstname.lastname@example.org tel: (012) 6624525
30-149 Kraków, ul. Balicka 253a www.wisig.ar.krakow.pl/kgutw
Al. Mickiewicza 24/28, 30-059 Kraków www.ar.krakow.pl/isig/wisig.htm mail:email@example.com tel: (012) 662 4154