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  • Climate Change, Other Hazards and Resilience of Road Networks

    This report contains a collection of case studies related to climate change, other hazards and resilience of road networks. It comprises an introduction, outlining the work program for Technical Committee (TC) 1.4 Climate Change and Resilience of Road Networks, and objectives of two Working Groups within [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 56
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R33EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-733-5
  • Customer Experience - A PIARC Case Study Analysis

    Research continues to show that when public agencies offer a better customer experience, they deliver measurable impacts across multiple priorities. To that end this report focusses its research on what approaches are currently happening across the world in respect of delivering an improved experience [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 28
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R26EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-714-4
  • Measures for Increasing the Adaptability of Road Bridges to Climate Change

    The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Working Group 2 report states that changes in climate have caused impacts on natural and human systems on all continents and across the oceans. Key risks from climate change are typically defined as warming trend, extreme temperature, precipitation, [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 13
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R24EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-710-6
  • The Role of Transport Agencies in Shaping Disruptive Technologies and Service Models - A Private Sector Roundtable

    Through its Technical Committee 1.1 Performance of Transport Administrations, PIARC is undertaking an extended investigation of disruptive technologies & service models impacting the roads and transport sector and how transport agencies are responding to the related challenges and opportunities in policy, [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 29
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R19EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-703-8
  • The Role of Transport Agencies in Shaping Disruptive Technologies and Service Models - A PIARC Survey Report

    Through its Technical Committee 1.1 Performance of Transport Administrations , PIARC is undertaking an extended investigation of disruptive technologies & service models impacting the roads and transport sector and how transport agencies are responding to the related challenges and opportunities in [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 65
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R18EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-701-4
  • Diversity and Talent Management in Transport Administrations – The Road to Success?

    The World Road Association (PIARC) tasked the Technical Committee 1.1 (Performance of Transport Administrations) to analyze effective approaches for defining and promoting Diversity in opportunity across the roads and transportation sectors, and for attracting new talents into the transport industry [...]

    • Date : 2022
    • Pages : 23
    • PIARC Ref. : 2022R01EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-670-3
  • How Countries Undertake Well-Prepared Projects: A Review on Ten Countries

    It is well acknowledged that good project preparation tends to deliver better outcomes (benefits) as well as providing good project management performance (with respect to budget, delays and quality). This report presents processes put in place in 10 countries to deliver well-prepared transport projects. [...]

    • Date : 2021
    • Pages : 63
    • PIARC Ref. : 2021LR03EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-651-2
  • Preserve Earthworks and Rural Roads from the Impact of Climate Changes

    This report puts together good practices on the various regional approaches to the impacts of climate change on roads and little hydraulic works. The subject has already been addressed during previous PIARC cycles but more on the general geotechnical aspect. It includes the definition of the climatic [...]

    • Date : 2020
    • Pages : 134
    • PIARC Ref. : 2020R02EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-626-0
  • Principles for Cooperation and Collaboration between National and Local Road Agencies

    This report analyses general areas of cooperation amongst road authorities at the various levels and the various institutional tools utilised to ensure integration. The need for cooperation between national, federal, provincial, state, local and municipal road agencies is becoming more pronounced. Noting [...]

    • Date : 2020
    • Pages : 235
    • PIARC Ref. : 2020R01EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-625-3
  • Best Practice Guide to Air Quality in Relation to Road Operations

    Air pollution linked to road transport has received significant political, media and public attention since the mid 2010s. However, despite improvements in vehicle efficiencies over past decades, emissions from vehicles still contribute significantly to concentrations of air pollutants above standards [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 171
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R31EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-566-9
  • Green Paving Solutions and Sustainable Pavement Materials

    This report summarizes the current state-of-the practice for sustainable pavement techniques and the incentives used to encourage their use. Green paving solutions were identified in addition to identification of barriers to their wider implementation. Information contained in this report is based on [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 58
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R32EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-567-6
  • Reducing the Life Cycle Carbon Footprint of Pavements

    This report reviews innovations reported to reduce the carbon footprint of pavements and contains a critical review of the assessment of carbon footprint of pavements. There are numerous other environmental indicators for road pavements, but these were outside the scope of this report which focuses [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 64
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R33EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-568-3
  • Traffic Noise – Best Practice Guide

    In recent years, knowledge about the health effects of traffic noise has grown substantially. Many studies have found that long-term exposure to traffic noise is associated with various health impacts such as sleep disturbance, cardiovascular disease and depression. While there remain knowledge gaps [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 214
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R36EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-571-3
  • Refinement of PIARC’s International Climate Change Adaptation Framework for Road Infrastructure

    Climate change will have significant impacts on the design, construction, maintenance and operation of global road infrastructure. IPCC projections estimate that the Earth will become warmer, some regions will become wetter overall and some will become drier, sea levels will rise and storm surge height [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 66
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R30EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-577-5
  • Adaptation Methodologies and Strategies to Increase the Resilience of Roads to Climate Change – Case Study Approach

    Climate Change is anticipated to have a significant impact on the design, construction, maintenance and operation of global road infrastructure. The IPCC Climate change projections indicate that the earth will become warmer, some regions will become wetter and some will become drier, sea levels will [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 104
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R25EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-558-4
  • Framework on Measuring Effectiveness and Efficiency of Transport Administrations

    Around the world, governments and the communities that they serve are seeking to better understand if the services delivered by the public sector are meeting long term strategic objectives and the societal outcomes and needs of citizens. Public service organizations, including the transport sector, [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 43
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R22EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-551-5
  • Evaluating the Transformation of Transport Administrations

    Road and transport administrations across the world face a range of pressures to change the way they plan, organise and deliver services. These pressures vary in nature, for example from changes in the demographic and customer base, the introduction of disruptive technologies, evolving economic, social [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 116
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R21EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-547-8
  • Good Governance and Anti-Corruption and Response Measures Including the Development of a Culture of Transparency and Accountability

    As early as 2003, PIARC Executive Committee considered that fight against corruption was an important topic that deserved to be analyzed by an ad hoc Technical Committee. Since then, this topic has been studied on a regular basis in the different cycles; in particular, a conceptual model (“cycle of [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 72
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R15EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-534-8
  • Appraisal of Sustainability of Transport Infrastructure Plans and Programs

    This report gives a scanning overview of the current state of the art on the topic of the appraisal of sustainability within the development of transport plans and investment programs, respectively the extent to which decisions made in this context have taken account of sustainability. The report is [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 52
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R29EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-431-0
  • Guide to good practice performance frameworks

    Good performance information is an essential part of good management in any organisation. It assists in ensuring accountability, transparency and aids decision making across the board on a range of activities undertaken by road and transport administrations. Organisations have been collecting information [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 33
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R22EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-412-9
  • Transport Strategies for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

    The transport sector is a major and quickly growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. Since 1970, greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector have more than doubled, increasing at a faster rate than any other end-use sector, and on-road greenhouse gas emissions have more than tripled, [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 56
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R25EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-420-4
  • Evolution of the mission and structure of transport administrations

    In the 2012 - 2015 WRA Cycle, Working Group 1 has focused on investigating the evolution of missions and structures of road administrations in the context of multi-modal planning and delivery. Included within this scope are various methods of planning integration and informal and formal collaboration [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 73
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R23EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-415-0
  • Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Measures

    There is increasing emphasis on good governance practice to build and maintain institutional integrity within road and transport administrations. Working Group 3 dealing with "Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Measures" within Technical Committee 1.1 on'Performance of Transport Administrations' of [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 59
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R21EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-410-5
  • Road transport system and environment preservation - Review of national policies

    Climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world today. There is compelling scientific evidence that the global climate is changing and the primary cause is the release of greenhouse gases resulting from human activity. Many governments are putting in place legislative and policy frameworks [...]

    • Date : 2015
    • Pages : 64
    • PIARC Ref. : 2014R03EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-353-5
  • Alternative solutions for fossil fuels for the road system

    The report looks at the technologies available to generate energy in the highway context and also qualitatively assesses the opportunity to reduce the energy used by existing highways infrastructure. Case studies related to some potential technologies and techniques are presented: thermal collection, [...]

    • Date : 2014
    • Pages : 32
    • PIARC Ref. : 2014R01EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-342-9