3rd Road Dust BEST MANAGEMENT Practices Conference, February 3-5, 2014

Transportation Engineering and Road Research Alliance (TERRA) and the Road Dust Institute (RDI) would like thank those that attended the 2014 TERRA Pavement & Road Dust BEST MANAGEMENT Practices Conferences. This joint conference was held February 3-5, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN at the Earle Brown Heritage Center.

2014 TERRA Pavement & Road Dust BEST MANAGEMENT Practices Conferences Presentations (alphabetized by title)

Advances in State of Knowledge of Environmental Impacts of Dust Palliatives in the Past Decade, Dave James, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Alternative Solution for Unpaved Road Preservation, Chet Siefring, Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc.
Asphalt Aging– What Does It Mean? Pooled Fund Study Update, Tom Wood, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Colored Concrete Pavements- Are They Here To Stay?, Tom Burnham, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Consistency Matters: Use of Infrared and Ground Penetrating Radar for Asphalt Pavements, Greg Johnson and Shongtao Dai, Minnesota Department of Transportation
“Don’t Shoot the Messenger” - Communicating Transportation Needs to Local Citizens and Officials, Rick West, Otter Tail County Engineer and Sue Miller, Freeborn County Engineer
Dust Control Practices Used in the North Dakota Oil Patch, William Anderson, North Dakota State University, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, LTAP
Evaluate Dust Emissions Under Different Moisture Levels Using a Mobile Monitoring System, Dongzi Zhu, John Gillies and Vicken Etymezian, Desert Research Institute
Field Tests of Dust Product Performance and Environmental Safety at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, Bethany Kunz and Edward Little, US Geological Survey
Generic Specifications for Sourcing and Applying Unpaved Road Chemical Treatments, Dave Jones, University of California Pavement Research Center
How Dusty are Your Haul Roads? A Cutting Edge Approach to Measuring Your Controls, Judith Cox, Pacifi c Environment - Australia
Implementing Chemical Treatment Specifications on Projects in Alaska, Billy Connor, University of Alaska - Fairbanks
Incorporating Shingle Waste Into Dust Abatement Programs, Thomas Wood and Eddie Johnson, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Life-Cycle Cost Effects of Calcium Chloride Treatment: Issues and Answers, George Huntington and Khaled Ksaibati, Wyoming LTAP
Manitoba’s Winter Roads: From “Eh” to Z, Larry Halayko, Director of Contract Services, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Department
Minnesota’s Experience with Lightly Surfaced Roads, Eddie Johnson, Minnesota Department of Transportation
New Tools for Selecting Unpaved Road Chemical Treatments, Dave Jones, University of California Pavement Research Center
Non-Destructive Testing for Concrete Pavement Thickness Quality Assurance, Mark Dunn, Iowa Department of Transportation
Pavement Preservation Effectiveness: Lessons Learned, Dave Peshkin, Vice President, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.
Performance and Longevity of Dust Control Palliatives in Relation to Fines Content, Dave Barnes and Billy Connor, University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Quantifying and Communicating the Effect of Heavy Vehicles on Pavements, W. James Wilde, Minnesota State University
RDI Rollout and Membership Listening Session, Dave Jones, University of California Pavement Research Center
Standardization of Test Methods for Road Dust Control Performance Monitoring, Chatten Cowherd, Jr. retired (MRIGlobal) and Dave James, PhD, PE, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Updated Guide for Concrete Pavement Preservation, Kurt Smith, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.
Use of High Float Roadways In Alaska, Billy Connor, University of Alaska
Using Best Management Practices for Controlling Sediment from Unpaved Roads, Gordon Keller, US Forest Service, Retired

2014 TERRA Pavement & Road Dust BEST MANAGEMENT Practices Conferences Presentations by (Session)

SESSION A1: Performance Evaluation of Materials

SESSION A2: Environmental

SESSION B1: Dust Monitoring Methods

RDI Rollout and Membership Listening Session, Dave Jones, University of California Pavement Research Center

Concurrent Breakout Sessions

RDI - Selecting and Specifying Chemical Treatments for Unpaved Roads and Airports

TERRA - Concrete Pavements

TERRA - Low Volume Road Topics

TERRA - Asphalt Pavements

Closing Plenary

 

 

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