More stories about Roadways

  • Composite roadplates

    Integrated ramp and anti-skid surfaces meet new requirements and high-visibility yellow helps calm traffic.

  • Comic book details reflectivity options

    Fun and engaging presentation makes the subject matter easy to understand for municipalities considering their options.

  • Real-time road condition sensor

    The Model 5439 Surface Sentinel communicates temperature, air temperature, relative humidity, and dew point via SDI-12 protocol compatible with standard datalogger and telemetry options.

  • Polymer-modified asphalt

    The easy-to-apply material requires no mixing or tack coat, and works in water and under all weather conditions.

  • Turn compacted ice or earth to rubble

    the Ultramech Arctic Shark S Series fractures ice on roadways for more efficient removal and reduced usage of de-icing chemicals.

  • FREE recycled-pavement webinar

    Earn 1.5 continuing education hours from this Sept. 25 presentation on reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and reclaimed asphalt shingles (RAS).

  • Cycling kills (but you can stop it)

    I saw a billboard the other day that could only have been inspired by Chicago’s bicycling boom: A law firm offers to win damages from errant motorists for pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost income, and disfigurement.

  • Energy-efficient, versatile luminaires

    Use Aphos LED roadway luminaires for both indoor and outdoor applications, including warehouses, parking garages, parking lots and facades. Type II, III and V optics are perfect for roadways, collector roads, service drives, and outdoor parking and area lighting.

  • Asphalt vs. concrete parking lots

    Aug. 6 webinar explains how to calculate total ownership cost (design, construction, and maintenance requirements) for each pavement type.

  • Texas DOT awards Atkins a 6-year, $25 million right-of-way and utility coordination contract for statewide P3 projects

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has selected Atkins to provide right-of-way (ROW) oversight, compliance review, and utility coordination services for transportation-related public-private partnership (P3) projects throughout Texas.