Especially in warm, sunny weather, petroleum-based pavement and roofing release compounds that contribute to unhealthy air.
With the occasional assist from beet juice and molasses.
New research shows that patching roads is a great way to tackle climate change.
The average pickup truck driver only tows once per month.
Climate change can pose some unexpected challenges to infrastructure.
Over 10 years later, their efforts have paid off.
Ice-free roads come with a cost
Asphalt before swine
Leeds leads the way
Make way for wildlife
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