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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Illinois’ Experience Using Quality Control for Performance and Pay for Performance to Determine Pay for Hot-mix Asphalt (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2021-07)
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2021-07)Cold in-place recycling (CIR) involves the recycling of the asphalt portions (including hot-mix asphalt and chip, slurry, and cape seals, as well as others) of a flexible or composite pavement with asphalt emulsion or ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2021-07)This report summarizes activities undertaken to support and ensure that the Illinois Department of Transportation utilizes the best demonstrated available technology for design and construction of full-depth hot-mix asphalt ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2021-07)In Illinois, hot-mix asphalt overlaid concrete pavements typically exhibit reflective cracking of joints and cracks from the pavement below, resulting in shortened life and maintenance issues. Over the years, various ...
Rheology-Chemical Based Procedure to Evaluate Additives/Modifiers Used in Asphalt Binders for Performance Enhancements: Phase 2 (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2021-06)The increased use of softer binders in Illinois over the past decade is primarily attributed to the increased use of recycled materials in asphalt pavement construction. The shift in demand of using PG 58-28 over PG 64-22 ...