Trans-Brazilian Highway Pavement, Goias, Brasil, Uses Modified Asphalt Binder
Transbrazilian Highway Pavement (Goias, Brazil) Uses Modified Asphalt Biinder
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Rodovia Transbraziliana (Transbrazilian Highway, officially designated BR-153) is a federal highway crossing Brazil in a north-south direction, starting in Marabá, state of Pará and ending in Aceguá, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The highway, highly variable in quality and traffic, cuts through the nine states. In the state of Goias, an 80-km section in was paved in 2007 by contractor Egesa, using a CBUQ Faixa C mix modified with Elvaloy® RET. Earlier, Via Engenharia had repaved a 51-km section of BR-153 using Elvaloy®.