Australia’s longest shortcut

Australia’s longest shortcut

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Special Features//October 23, 2019

Around half of The Outback Way, which spans 2700 kilometres, has now been spray sealed. Roads & Infrastructure speaks to The Outback Way’s CEO, Helen Lewis, about the project’s

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Austroads results from polymer modified binder performance in spray seals

Austroads results from polymer modified binder performance in spray seals

Posted in Latest News//October 10, 2019

Austroads has published results of a study to test the long-term performance of polymer modified binders used in Australia for spray seal. 

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Bitumen works boost Queensland’s cattle industry

Bitumen works boost Queensland’s cattle industry

Posted in Latest News//October 04, 2019

Works to seal almost 17 kilometres of the Clermont-Alpha Road in central west Queensland are now complete.

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City of Mitcham begins testing new crumbed rubber asphalt mix

City of Mitcham begins testing new crumbed rubber asphalt mix

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//December 13, 2018

Around 850 used tyres have been recycled to pave a 335 metre stretch of road as part of a crumbed rubber asphalt trial in the City of Mitcham, South Australia.

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Tyres to roads gaining momentum

Tyres to roads gaining momentum

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//October 04, 2018

Tyre Stewardship Australia has teamed up with the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association to bring road builders a sustainable and effective alternative to standard asphalt products.

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Not cracking under pressure

Not cracking under pressure

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//June 18, 2018

Keeping Australia’s roads in good condition is no easy task, but Road Maintenance has been fixing and innovating since the 1970s.

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