Asphalt’s speed of construction allows planners and managers a way to fix congestion hot spots and bottlenecks, quickly and cost-effectively. Work can often be done during off-peak hours, so commuters may never see an orange barrel. And when congestion is relieved, idling vehicles don't release excess emissions. Learn more.
|What is Asphalt?||Carbon Footprint|
|Energy Savings||Noise Reduction|
|Cleaner Water||Traffic Relief|
|Public Safety||Recycled Asphalt|
What is Asphalt?
"What is asphalt?" you ask. Asphalt is the sustainable material for building pavements. It's smooth, so vehicles consume less fuel and produce lower emissions; it's quiet, so expen...