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Rubber Modified Asphalt Builds Better Roads
building roads that last
Rubber modified asphalt (RMA) incorporates ground tire rubber made from scrap tires into asphalt and is a proven, resilient pavement solution for roadways and – most importantly – a promising end-of-life market for the 260 million scrap tires generated annually in the U.S.
Compared to traditional asphalt, RMA provides cost savings over the life of the asphalt and extends pavement life. It also reduces noise, CO2 emissions, and tire and road wear particles.
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This state of knowledge report substantiates the performance, environmental impacts and benefits of RMA and its growing potential as an enabler in U.S. infrastructure.
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A joint research project conducted in partnership with
The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association, The Ray and the University of Missouri
We hope that more states and communities will expand asphalt specifications to include rubber modified asphalt as a proven pavement choice for roadways across the country.