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Maastunnel tunnel

Yellow asphalt in the Maastunnel in Rotterdam

Municipality of Rotterdam

When the tunnel was finished in 1942, there were yellow clinkers in the road surface until it was so damaged in 1965 that these were replaced by grey asphalt. Now, more than 50 years later, the tunnel is restored the tunnel to its former glory. Using Reflexing white crushed stone and a yellow pigment, a reflective road surface is created to enhance safety and durability.

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HOV2 Eindhoven

Municipality of Eindhoven The bus lane being used for the new High-Quality Public Transport Network [Hoogwaardig Openbaar Vervoersverbinding] between Eindhoven and Nuenen includes a reflective asphalt mixture. The work has been tendered in phases. Consequently, companies such as Heijmans, Rasenberg…

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Bels Lijntje

As a result of the CROW publication entitled 'Road Surface Reflection' [Wegdekreflectie], the Municipality of Tilburg put out a tender for the addition of a red, reflective asphalt layer to the cycle path known as the 'Bels Lijntje'. This involved…

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F59 – fast cycle route

The fast cycle route between Oss and 's-Hertogenbosch is 20 kilometres long and connects the station in 's-Hertogenbosch to the one in Oss. The route largely follows the railway line between both locations and passes by all the stations in-between,…

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