184.108.40.206. General. Vehicular roads on airfields should not cross or be within the lateral
clearance distance for runways, high-speed taxiways, and dedicated taxiways for alert pads. This
will prevent normal vehicular traffic from obstructing aircraft in transit. Roads should be located
so that surface vehicles will not be hazards to air navigation and air navigation equipment.
220.127.116.11. Rescue and Firefighting Roadways. Rescue and firefighting access roads are usually
needed to provide unimpeded two-way access for rescue and firefighting equipment to potential
accident areas. Connecting these access roads to the extent practical with airfield operational
surfaces and other airfield roads will enhance fire and rescue operations. Dedicated rescue and
firefighting access roads are all-weather roads designed to support vehicles traveling at normal
18.104.22.168. Fuel Truck Access. Fuel truck access points to aircraft parking aprons should be
located to provide minimal disruptions and hazards to active aircraft movement areas. Fuel truck
access from the facility boundary to the fuel storage areas should be separate from other
vehicular traffic. Fuel trucks should be parked as close to the flight line as reasonably possible.
22.214.171.124. Explosives and Munitions Transfer to Arm/Disarm Pads. Transfer of explosives and
munitions from storage areas to arm/disarm pads should occur on dedicated transfer roads.
Transfer roads should be used exclusively for explosives and munitions transfer vehicles.