Recently, developers at Delft University have developed a steel-infused asphalt that can be heated to get rid of potholes, cracks and loose stones, thereby saving millions on road repairs. The technology works by adding steel wool to bitumin, the binding agent that asphalt usually uses to hold the tiny stones together Christopher Schlangen, a PhD…

via The Next Revolution in Transport? Roads That Heal Themselves — Futurism

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