Resources

PPRA 

From Pavement Preservation and Recycling Alliance, this site contains descriptions of different types of preservation treatments and many other resources for improving road networks.

PPRA Website

The Asphalt Institute

The Asphalt Institute has been promoting the use of petroleum asphalt for 100 years. This site can direct you to state specifications, testing, up-to-date asphalt research, and training courses.

The Asphalt Institute Website

TSP 2 (Southeast)

Brought to you by Transportation System Preservation Technical Services Program, this site is directed towards the Southeast Pavement Preservation Partnership. This group is made up of local, state, and district engineers, along with industry and academia. This site contains information on how this partnership is building better networks in the Southeast.

TSP 2 Website

SEAUPG

Brought to you by the South East Asphalt User Producer Group, a group comprised of asphalt professionals from all aspects of hot mix asphalt, this site contains state of the art hot mix asphalt applications, research, and technology exchange.

SEAUPG Website

NCAT

The National Center for Asphalt Technology does a lot of research and training related to hot mix asphalt and pavement preservation techniques. They run a test track in Alabama where this research goes out of the lab and into the field. Visit the site to see the results from the test track and more.

NCAT Website

MnROAD

MnRoad, another pavement test track, works with MNDOT and its partners to test hot mix asphalt and pavement preservation techniques. It is a nice partner to NCAT as the two tracks have very different climates. Visit the site to see current and historical data from the track.

MnROAD Website

TSP 2 (Rocky Mountain West)

Brought to you by Transportation System Preservation Technical Services Program, this site is directed towards the Rocky Mountain Pavement Preservation Partnership. This group is made up of local, state, and district engineers, along with industry and academia. This site contains information on how this partnership is building better networks in the West.  

TSP 2 Rocky Mountain Website

NCPP

The National Center for Pavement Preservation at Michigan State University encourages the use of
pavement preservation. This site contains useful information on pavement preservation techniques,
classes, tests, and research.

NCPP Website