Illinois Center for Transportation
The Illinois Center for Transportation (ICT) is a premier transportation research center that builds on the experience of renowned experts in transportation and related fields at the University of Illinois, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), and other universities in Illinois and across the country by providing the appropriate tools and support required for objective research. For more information about the ICT, visit http://ict.illinois.edu.
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Testing Protocols to Ensure Performance of High Asphalt Binder Replacement Mixes Using RAP and RAS (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-12)The use of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in AC mixtures can reduce demand for virgin aggregates and asphalt binder, bringing environmental and economic benefits. However, replacing ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-12)Pavement markings provide critical guidance to motorists, especially under dark (non-lighted) conditions. However, the ability to see these pavement markings on a wet, rainy night is problematic given that the presence ...
(llinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-11)Removal of ice and snow from road surfaces is a critical task in the northern tier of the United States, including Illinois. Highways with high levels of traffic are expected to be cleared of snow and ice quickly after ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-08)This report presents the 2014 sustainability efforts of the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) in recycling reclaimed materials in highway construction. This report meets the requirements of Illinois Public Act ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-09)In the second phase of this project, two major tasks were completed: (1) organizing a national wrong-way driving (WWD) summit and (2) developing guidelines for reducing WWD on freeways. The first national WWD summit was ...