This report is the third and final output of a ten-year international research project
studying the costs and viability of long-life road pavement surfacings. It describes
the results of tests conducted with epoxy asphalt and high performance cementitious
materials (HPCM) on real road sections in France, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
The project was initiated to address a growing problem for road administrations and
road users: frequent closures of roadways for repairs and repaving as a result of
surface pavements that have improved but still barely kept up with increased loads
and traffic density.