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N° 389 — Road Resilience
2nd Quarter 2021 / June
Contents of the issue N° 389 of Routes/Roads Magazine
by Claude Van Rooten
- WHAT'S NEW? Update
- Tunisia: International Seminar on Road Safety in Low to Middle Income Countries
Spotlight on young professionals -Shaik Mohammed Soban (Italy)
Forum for a National Committee
Spain and its road network
- Resilience and Asset Management - Gerardo Flintsch, Caroline Evans and Pascal Rossigny
- Improving Resilience of Road Networks - Framework - Rade Hajdin, David K. Hein, Christian Honeger and Nikola Tanasić
- Improving Resilience of Road Networks – Case Studies - Jack Hansby, João Morgado, Goran Mladenović, Calado Ouana, Fabián Schvartzer and Rongji Cao
- The City of Toronto Flood Resilience Strategy - David K. Hein
- Resilience of Road Network: a Preventive Approach to Bridge Seismic Retrofitting to Reduce Macro-Economic Impacts - Mauro D’Apuzzo, Vittorio Nicolosi, Azzurra Evangelisti and Daniela Santilli
- Approaches to Resilience: Examples from the United States of America - Aimee Flannery, Kristin C. Lewis
- Enhancing Resilience of Tunnels with the Integration of Monitoring Data into the BIM Platform - Rok Vezočnik, Darko Kokot and Uroš Jovanović
- Use of Geosynthetics for More Resilient Infrastructure - Stanislav Lenart and Fumio Tatsuoka
- Road Asset Management: Different Approaches in Different Road Networks - Fernando Varela
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68 pages, English, number of subscribers: around 2,250 people, towards 142 countries.
PIARC President: Claude Van Rooten (Belgium)
Director of Publication: Patrick Malléjacq
Editor: Robin Sébille
Publications Manager: Cécile Jeanne
Translations: Id2m, Rennes (France)
Printing/Distribution: INGENIDOC / Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray
Subscription (4 issues a year): 60 €
ISSN : 0004-556 X
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