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EVALUATION OF THE PROPERTIES OF RUBBER-AGGREGATE PAVEMENTS FOR USE IN MULTI-USER PATHS AND TRACKS

Research Project Dissertation. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MEng in Civil and Environmental Engineering by Samuel James Mullaney - May 2019


Aggregates for Path Construction - Technical Information Note No. 7 (Sustrans 2011)
A comprehensive guide to the many aggregate types and sizes typically used in the construction of paths

Battleby House to Redgorton Active Travel Path - Case Study

Innovative and sustainable path construction techniques

'Mires Path' Boardwalk Replacement - Case Study

Quarried and Recycled Materials for Path Construction (Paths for All Research 2007)
This report highlights research carried out to investigate the availability and use of traditional quarried and recycled materials for path construction across Scotland.

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Aggregates (Mineral Products Association)
The trade association for aggregates, asphalts, cement, concrete, lime, mortar and silica sand industries. A comprehensive products directory providing detailed information about aggregates, recycled aggregates etc...

National Path Demonstration Site (Paths for All)

The National Path Demonstration Site showcases best practice in inclusive design, infrastructure and the management of shared use paths.

This unique site, located at Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) Oatridge Campus, is made up of several paths constructed using a range of different materials and construction techniques. The site aims to help path projects decide on the best materials and techniques to use for their own unique project. As well as different types of path surface, you'll also find lots of different types of gates, barriers, bridges and signs at the site to look at and try out.

Path base layer materials

Path building materials

Path surface layer


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