Models for rolling resistance In Road Infrastructure Asset Management Systems





MIRIAM is a project started by twelve partners from Europe and USA. They have collectively risen internal funding in order to provide sustainable and environmentally friendly road infrastructure. This will be achieved by reducing rolling resistance - hence lowering CO2 emissions and increasing energy efficiency

A first phase of the project will contribute with investigation of; pavement characteristics; energy efficiency; modelling; and, rais-ing awareness of the project in order to secure economical and political support for a second phase. This phase will focus on development and implementation of CO2 controlling models into the road infrastructure assent management systems


The MIRIAM project held itís first stakeholders meeting in Stockholm on May 6, 2015.The Swedish Transport Administration was hosting the meeting which was attended by about 25 people.
MIRIAM presented its work and progress. Implementation of results was the major subject and discussed during the meeting.
Agenda and presentations from the workshop is now available

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Miriam 2009