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A Case Study: The Cost Effective Use of Bitumen-Rubber on Municipal Roads in Mbabane, Swaziland
This paper outlines the basis of the decision to use bitumen-rubber single surface treatment as a “holding action” until sufficient funds become available to perform the
recommended rehabilitation of severely deteriorated roads. The surface treatments performed better...
Babbitt Minnesota: A Case Study of Pretreated Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt Concrete
Today’s growing tire disposal problem has motivated many public and private agencies to engage in research to find useful and cost effective long-term uses for waste
tires. Minnesota agencies were further motivated when landfilling waste tires...
Pavement Inventory - Smaller Local Government Case Study
There are approximately 3,100 counties and 16,000 cities in the United States that spend almost $10 billion a year to maintain and improve a 3 million mile system of
roads and streets. This is a massive commitment of public funds...