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Evaluation of the MMLS3 for Accelerated Wearing of Asphalt Pavement Mixtures Containing Carbonate Aggregates
(Virginia Transportation Research Council, 2014-06)
The purpose of this study was to develop an accelerated wearing protocol for assessing the susceptibility of asphalt surface mixtures to polishing. This was the second phase of the study. The first phase focused on assessing ...
Potential Reduction in Large Truck and Bus Traffic Fatalities and Injuries Using Lytx's DriveCam Program
(Lytx; Virginia Tech, 2014-05)
This study quantitatively evaluated the potential safety benefits of equipping all United States heavy trucks and buses in the U.S. with Lytx™ Inc.’s DriveCam® program. Heavy trucks and buses include the following vehicle ...
Splash and Spray Assessment Tool Development Program: Final Report
(Virginia Tech. Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, 2014-10-07)
The effects of vehicle splash and spray are well known to motorists who have driven in wet weather conditions. Research suggests that splash and spray contribute to a small but measurable portion of road traffic accidents ...