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Are potholes about to become a thing of the past?

Could self-healing asphalt bring an end to road repairs?

November 21, 2018

Opinion: new technology may provide a speedy resolution to how potholes and cracks causes accidents and congestion on our roads - Dr. Amir Tabaković, Strategic Research Proposal Coordinator, Research Enterprise and Innovation Services, DIT

Potholes and cracks cause many accidents on our roads. However, a new technology called self-healing asphalt could make them and much of the major road repair work that contribute to traffic congestion a thing of past, saving billions of euros in the process. Read more...

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