Title: The Future of Highways – Autonomous Truck Corridors
Date: On Demand
Presenters: Dan Rozycki, President of The Transtec Group, and Tyler Ley, Structural Engineering Professor at Oklahoma State University
A top contributor to how long a pavement lasts is the amount of load put on it. A typical sedan weighs about 3,000 pounds while semi trucks weigh up to 80,000 pounds. Highways would last a lot longer without truck loads, but trucking is incredibly important to the economy. Trucks deliver nearly 70% of all freight transported in the US. Could autonomous truck corridors be the solution?
Don’t miss the other webinars in our Future of Highways series:
- The Future of Highways – Connected and Autonomous Vehicle technology advances rapidly, but what tech advances are coming to the actual highway? Glow-in-the-dark roads? Drones that repair pavement? Yes, and much more. Watch it on demand now.
- The Future of Highways: Perspectives from the National Asphalt Pavement Association – Dan Rozycki of Transtec and Richard Willis of NAPA discuss what technologies NAPA is looking at, trends NAPA sees, and what NAPA is involved in. Watch it on demand now.