The benefits and economic efficiency of our roads depend on the interaction of different climatic loads and traffic-related developments. The number of road users is growing exponentially. In particular, the increase in heavy goods traffic with increased axle loads places such a strain on the traffic routes that even a simple visual inspection reveals the unsatisfactory resistance of the roads in the form of ruts and cracks. Depending on the correct construction of the building, new solutions must be found to deal with the progressive development of traffic. The durability and durability of the road pavements, which are subject to particularly heavy wear, must be considerably improved.
The increasing trend towards recycling and the installation of reduced asphalt layers are aimed at a more economical approach. This will of course also save scarce and thus expensive raw material resources, thus relieving the strain on tightly calculated public budgets.