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Public Roads

Date:
Autumn 2019
Issue No:
Vol. 83 No. 3
Publication Number:
FHWA-HRT-20-001

To find ways to identify new infrastructure applications, FHWA performed various studies on alternative cementitious materials. Those materials are proving to be an area of interest for potential use in transportation construction and maintenance. For more information, see "Alternative Cementitious Materials: An Evolution or Revolution?" on page 4 in this issue of Public Roads.