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Performance of Asphalt and Spray Grade PMBs in Asphalt Mixes
The Australian polymer modified binder (PMB) specification (AGPT/T190) currently requires different binder grades to be used in sprayed sealing and asphalt applications. This study compared the performance of PMBs representing four AGPT/T190 grades…
Webinar: Minimum Levels of Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets
This webinar, presented on 11 September 2018, provides an overview of Austroads’ Guideline for Minimum Levels of Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets, and how to apply it.
Webinar: Australia and New Zealand Roads Capability Analysis 2017-2027
This webinar, presented on 6 September 2018, summarises the findings of Austroads’ Australia and New Zealand Roads Capability Analysis 2017-2027.
Damage Assessment Criteria for the Classification of Heavy Vehicle Statutory Write-Offs
This Guide has been developed by Austroads and the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council (NMVTRC) to support the consistent application of special assessment criteria for the classification of heavy written-off vehicles (HWOVs). The new…
Operations of Automated Heavy Vehicles in Remote and Regional Areas
This report identifies opportunities for future use of automated heavy vehicles in regional and remote areas of Australia and New Zealand, as well as any boundaries to prevent such use. The report provides road managers and industry with direction…
Harmonisation of Pavement Markings and National Pavement Marking Specification
This report documents a project undertaken to achieve national harmonisation through the development of national performance specification/criteria for pavement markings. The project investigated: longitudinal and transverse linemarking types and…
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) Open Data Recommendations
This report sets out the strategic context for the supply of road operator data for use by Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) in Australia and includes recommended next steps.CAVs are anticipated to rely heavily on data from their sensors for…
Implications of Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) Systems for Road Operators
Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) is an in-vehicle technology which attempts to read and interpret roadside traffic signs. Vehicle manufacturers are moving towards enabling speed assistance and automated driving using TSR systems and the benefits of…
Design of Buried Flexible Pipes
The standard, AS/NZS 2566.1 (1998): Buried Flexible Pipes: Structural Design, provided a significant step forward when it was first introduced in that it covered competing flexible pipe products and materials, and included them all in a single…
Minimum Levels of Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets: Guideline
The purpose of this guideline is to assist organisations determine the appropriate minimum level of componentisation for road infrastructure assets. This guideline is designed to facilitate improved integration and alignment of asset management,…