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August 25, 2002

Noise: RTA proud of rubberised bitumen at Byron Interchange


A small snippet of interesting information. Bruce
advises that RTA told him that they were very proud of using bitumen containing
rubber from recycled tires at the Byron interchange, because of the reduction in
road noise. This would appear rather significant as it establishes a
precedent for the use of rubberized bitumen in our area. This contract
predated the Tyagarah straight contract.

Posted at August 25, 2002 12:00 AM

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