The Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance (PPRA) has launched a new, interactive, diagnostic web site that provides road agencies and contractors valuable tools, calculators, and information on all aspects of asphalt pavement preservation, emulsions, recycling, and reclaiming.
Visit the new www.roadresource.org here.
RoadResource.org is a digital hub offering more than 500 pages of accurate information about pavement preservation, recycling, and optimized network management.
“This new resource puts technical information alongside useful tools and research to make learning easier for agencies,” said AEMA president and FP2 board member Mark Ishee, vice president, Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc. “We’ve eliminated many of the hurdles that road managers have had to deal with in the past.”
RoadResource.org compiles relevant information with a standardized technical menu on 18 pavement preservation, recycling, and emulsion treatments, alongside useful network comparison calculators. The site allows users to learn and explore freely; applying concepts and strategies to their own pavements and networks and giving users a chance to see first-hand how progressive network approaches can impact taxpayers, pavement conditions, and the bottom line.
PPRA joins resources from FP2 charter supporting associations the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA), the Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association (ARRA), and the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) to form a network of members dedicated to Better Roads Today. Stronger Networks Tomorrow. PPRA and its new web site assists government road agencies by providing a centralized repository for comprehensive information related to pavement preservation and asphalt recycling and reclaiming. PPRA seeks to help agencies at the state, county, and local level to make the right choices for their road networks and be the best possible stewards of their roads and of taxpayer dollars.
Read more abouit RoadResource.org in an exclusive feature article in the Fall 2018 issue of Pavement Preservation Journal.