One of the most important aims of the development process of the ground lay-out of a village in the course of scale-integration work is to create favourable functioning conditions in a given rural area . This aim may be achieved by intro-duction of a ground lay-out which the most effectively will reduce the costs con-nected with cultivation of particular lots belonging to farms. Undoubtedly, one of the most important factors determining development possibilities of a new ground lay-out is the rural transport network in a discussed area along with the relevant issue of selection of a way of road access to the lots.
Determination of the most economical way of road access to the lots in a particular case is not an evident task because it depends, among others, on the distance between the roads and the lengths of the lots . These factors are evidently related and the effect of their mutual interaction on the optimum access to the lots is a relatively sophisticated issue for calculation reasons.
The presented article shows the results of the research on determination of limiting values of such lot features as their lengths and areas as well as surface which should involve a change of a way of road access to the lots. The presented idea broadens the knowledge in the scope of development of the ground lay-out of a village.
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