The first labelled road surface in the world is completed

Written by
Strukton Civiel
Published on
20 April 2018

Last weekend, Ooms Construction (Strukton Civiel) laid the first surface layer (PA8G-Plus) in the Netherlands which has a road surface label. On the A348 between Velp and Dieren, the road surface over 2.4 km was replaced by porous asphalt for the municipality of Gelderland. The asphalt has a finer structure than porous asphalt. It lasts longer and is also good for the road user's wallet because cars will use less fuel.

There's also a lot of interest abroad for this instrument developed in the Netherlands. Recently the initiators: Province of Gelderland, Twente University, the Band en Milieu association and Strukton Civiel presented the concept in Geneva.

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