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Economic Evaluation of Long-Life Pavements

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With maintenance costs accounting for a large proportion of road budgets, this report assesses the economic and technical feasibility of innovative wearing courses for long life road pavements. While having higher initial costs, such wearing courses have the potential to dramatically reduce recurrent road maintenance requirements and user costs and could also reduce overall costs significantly, under circumstances outlined in the report.

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Executive Summary

Governments have devoted considerable resources to the development of high-quality transport networks – particularly road networks – which subsequently need adequate maintenance. In many nations with mature road networks, new road construction typically accounts for around 50% of the road budget. Much of the remainder of national road budgets...

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