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Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4D: Stabilised Materials
The use of stabilisation technology for stabilising and recycling materials for pavement construction and maintenance is widely accepted as a cost-effective method of improving long‑term performance and reducing whole-of-life costs of modern,…
Webinar: Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4D: Stabilised Materials
This webinar, presented on 11 April 2019, gives an overview of the key changes to the Guide and the significant advances in the areas of stabilisation or road pavements.
Maximising the Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement in Asphalt Mix Design: Field Validation
The use of recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) in asphalt mixes provides a vital basis for sustainable development. Maximising the re-use of RAP in its highest value application, as new asphalt product, has significant economic and environmental…
Ipswich Motorway Upgrade: Sustainable Bridge Demolition
The $1.95B Ipswich Motorway Upgrade in South East Queensland is Australia’s largest road infrastructure Alliance. Origin Alliance, a team comprising the Department of Transport and Main Roads, two designers and three contractors, were tasked with…
Guide to Pavement Technology Part 6: Unsealed Pavements
Part 6 of the Guide to Pavement Technology addresses unsealed pavements including operational demands of unsealed road surfaces, pavement configurations, floodways, cuts, fills and mine haul roads, the identification of suitable pavement materials…
Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4E: Recycled Materials
Part 4E of the Guide to Pavement Technology presents the latest information on recycled materials as they pertain to products manufactured from recycling various wastes accepted through registered recycling and reprocessing facilities. In particular,…
Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4L: Stabilising Binder
Stabilisation may be defined as a process by which the intrinsic properties of a pavement material are altered by the addition of a stabilisation binder to meet performance expectations in its operating, geological and climatic environment. Part 4L…
Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4I: Earthworks Materials
Part 4I: Earthworks Materials provides advice on the general requirements for earthworks materials and the characteristics of material types used in a range of specific applications. The advice has been generally developed from the approaches…
Changes to the Austroads Mix Design Procedures to incorporate Recycled Asphalt
The Austroads Guide to the Selection and Design of Asphalt Mixes does not address the design of mixes containing Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP). The report contains the additions and amendments which should be made to the next revision of the Guide…
Use of Recycled Materials and the Management of Roadside Vegetation on Low Trafficked Roads
This report provides the results of two separate reviews into practices relating to low trafficked roads: namely, the use of recycled materials and the management of roadside vegetation. The use of recycled materials is becoming increasingly common…