ARRB's Best Practice Guides on Bridge Management, Unsealed Roads, Sealed Roads and Materials are now available to download.
ARRB is front and centre in a significant push by the Victorian Government to boost the amount of recycled materials used in major construction projects.
Welcome to your automotive future.
Asphalt made using crumb rubber from old tyres has been laid on a busy Melbourne road as part of a major new trial involving the Australian Road Research Board.
What does the future of Australian mobility look like?
Whether it’s a large scale network survey, local road system survey or ride quality test, ARRB’s fleet of survey vehicles offers quality data collection using our own Hawkeye platform.
ARRB’s world-leading, state-of-the-art research laboratories provide comprehensive materials testing and world-class results with the utmost precision and accuracy.
We can provide comprehensive and integrated sustainable transport planning.
COVID-19 restrictions and shutdowns have had a significant effect on reducing traffic and pedestrian movement, according to Australia’s national transport research organisation, the Australian Road
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ARRB research has powered an Austroads report investigating more cost-effective ways of assessing the strength of existing pavements based on surface deflection measurements.
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has commissioned the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) to undertake a dangerous goods (DG) movement study.
The Accelerated Loading Facility (ALF) simulates heavy vehicle trafficking on pavement structures under controlled conditions. It saves both money and time in evaluating pavement performance compared to test sites carrying normal traffic.
Bridge inspections, training and workshops, bridge management and structural investigations - ARRB’s bridge and structures experts can provide the expertise that asset managers need.
ARRB is a recognised leader in developing and researching strategies to make our roads safer – both now and into the future.