CASE STUDIES

ROAD SAFETY

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ARRB PLAYS WORLD-LEADING ROLE IN REDUCING ROAD FATALITIES

ARRB has a seat at the world’s biggest table – the United Nations – in leading the fight to reduce road deaths worldwide. ARRB is a member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC), which sets targets for and works towards global road safety goals – especially in reducing road fatalities.

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FUTURE TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

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Roads that cars can read -
are we CAV ready?

The use of vehicle automation has the potential to make the driving task easier and safer and should lead to opportunities for improved safety and productivity. The question facing road managers is: Are our roads ready for automated vehicles?

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EastLink Connected and Automated Vehicles Trial

When will fully autonomous vehicles be on our roads? How will it all work? Will they be safe?

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PAVEMENTS & RESEARCH LABS

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EME2 Asphalt
technology transfer

Is there a better way than conventional bitumen for roads? ARRB’s international networks and ability to evaluate overseas innovations identified a viable technology developed in France over two decades – high modulus asphalt. Enrobés à Module Elevé Class 2 (EME2) technology was developed in the early 1990s.

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Accelerated Long-term Ageing Methods for Sprayed
Sealing Binders

Austroads member agencies collectively purchase over $600m worth of bituminous binders annually to build and maintain the Australasian road network. 

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SUSTAINABILITY

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Traffic test for crumb rubber asphalt mixes

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.

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ARRB helps in Victoria's recycled material push

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.

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ARRB gets grant from
Sustainability Victoria

The Australian Road Research Board has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Victorian Government through Sustainability Victoria to trial recycled crushed glass in asphalt on local roads.

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