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Interactive and innovative road management of low traffic volume roads through a technical information exchange across the Northern Periphery - ROADEX II (ROADEX II)
Date du début: 31 janv. 2002, Date de fin: 29 avr. 2005 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Roadex proposes a 3-year trans-national technical collaboration across the Northern Periphery to develop ways for interactive and innovative road management of low traffic volume roads. The project will deal directly with road and transport issues raised by the unique combinations of remoteness, climate, ground conditions, low traffic volumes and long distances to markets. The main issues to be addressed in the ROADEX II project concern the interdependent relationships between local minor road networks, rural communities and industries, and how these can be improved for the benefit of all. Achievements: The ROADEX partnership has so far assembled the following ROADEX knowledge: · 12 formal reports (totalling over 1500 pages of technical and research information); · a range of engineering papers presented at international conferences and seminars; · a multimedia DVD - 2,500 copies being distributed worldwide; · a regularly updated website that has had around 90 hits per month since it was re-launched under ROADEX II. Some of the ROADEX Solutions developed are: · New information for political decision makers about the importance of rural road condition · New survey practices to focus on actual problem sections and making correct diagnosis for the problems · New models and treatment agents for designing economical structures against permanent deformation · New fit for purpose road construction designs and life cycle information · New techniques for real time road condition monitoring · New ideas for using modern information and sensor technology in rural road network condition management



  • 44.1%   225 000,00
  • 2000 - 2006 Northern Periphery
  • Projet sur KEEP platform
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