The methods we deployed can extend the service life over 25 years and shorten the construction time significantly
Our solution saved taxpayers more than $30 million compared to a traditional approach, saved time, and caused less inconvenience to the traveling public.
“The breakthrough techniques developed for the GYE have resulted in an expressway of the highest quality in the world with a low impact on the regional ecology."
The Jakarta, Indonesia JORR W2 Toll Road project is the result of research and development of a novel and unique reacted and activated rubber dry powder (RARX) consisting of chemically prepared granulates of scrap tire crumb rubber.
Farinoush Sharifi, a Ph.D. student in Transportation Engineering at Texas A&M University, recounts her recent experience with the IRF Road Scholar Program, an annual leadership & orientation program to prepare transportation students for future leadership positions within the industry.
With Atlanta’s traffic congestion among the worst in the United States, the Georgia DOT implemented the State’s first two Reversible Express Lanes Projects on the I-75 South Metro and Northwest Corridor roadways. In 2019, the project scooped IRF’s prestigious Global Road Achievement Award in the ITS & Smart Mobility Category.
The International Road Federation (IRF) has announced the winners of the 2019 IRF Global Road Achievement Awards, a global competition to recognize outstanding achievement by road professionals.
GRAA Winner Profile: iVSES is Korea’s first variable speed enforcement system in Korea that can legally limit the speed of traffic according to weather conditions.
IRF presents award to revolutionary ecological permeable pavement that helps avoid heat islands. Climate specialists and town planners everywhere are increasingly aware of the thermal impacts of city pavements which trap heat on hot summer days, and are known as “urban heat islands”. These heat islands can adversely impact the sustainability of cities by increasing the dependence on mechanical cooling.
Built to connect the Asian and European sides of Istanbul via a 3.4-km twin-deck road tunnel going underneath the seabed, the Eurasia Tunnel pioneered new technical processes, but also introduced ambitious environmental and social policy safeguards.
The International Road Federation has announced today the winners of the 2017 IRF Global Road Achievement Awards at the closing of the IRF Middle East & North Africa Regional Congress & Exhibition.
Located in China's Zheijang Province; Jiashao Bridge is a 10 km, eight-lane expressway connecting the cities of Jiaxing and Shaoxing. The completed bridge fulfils an essential connectivity function in harmony with its surrounding environment and culture.
The Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Company's free flow tolling system allows non-stop operation of complex 3-stage variable rate toll collection with accuracy rates exceeding 99.9%, also yielding reductions in vehicle crashes and travel times.
IRF Notes June 2015 2015 IRF Awards Recognize Outstanding Road Projects The winning projects range from the innovative use of construction techniques for one of the world's longest suspension bridges in China, to advanced free-flow tolling in Slovakia, a sophisticated people mover in Saudi Arabia, and a major road infrastructure program that has unlocked social...
IRF Announces Winners of 2015 Global Road Achievement Awards June 30, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALEXANDRIA, Va. - International Road Federation Chairman Abdullah A. Al-Mogbel announced today the winners of the 2015 Global Road Achievement Awards competition. This year the IRF honored 12 projects from around the world, each leading the way in innovation across...