Roads

Welcome to the Roads Channel, a special feature that provides the user an in-depth look at the road industry. This section offers several areas to explore: product spotlights, article archives, related case studies, related video and product/supplier contact list.

While the actual number of "Superpave miles" in Wisconsin's roadway system is low-approximately 4 to 5 miles-it has made an impression that greatly…
December 28, 2000
There are currently two types of hot-mix asphalt plants used in the U.S.: batch plants and drum-mix plants. The results of each type of plant-a hot,…
December 28, 2000
This is the '90s, and ways of doing business have changed with the times, even for those in the asphalt-paving industry. While most paving projects…
December 28, 2000
While virtually everyone in the industry is familiar with the term "Superpave," there still appears to be some confusion over just what Superpave is…
December 28, 2000
Maryland, like most other states, has certain intersections that are prone to rutting. The reasons may differ from one intersection to another-one…
December 28, 2000
They say necessity is the mother of invention, and-if this is true-then sometimes she takes on an unusual form. This was the case on January 1, when…
December 28, 2000
Most of us have heard the following before, three things are important for highway pavements: drainage, drainage and drainage. However, we do not…
December 28, 2000
The first true hot-mix asphalt (HMA) roads laid in the U.S. were put in place just over a hundred years ago. The technique these pioneering 19th…
December 28, 2000
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