13 Oct '17, 4am

Teluk Intan first to get rubberised roads in Malaysia

Teluk Intan first to get rubberised roads in Malaysia

According to the Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) and Public Works Department (JKR), rubberised roads yield several key benefits over conventional bitumen, such as increased durability, the ability to withstand higher loads, higher heat resistant, provide better grip and is cheaper to maintain in the long run. Initial cost however, is much higher at RM53.60 per metre compared to RM29.90 a metre using the conventional method.

Full article: https://paultan.org/2017/10/13/teluk-intan-first-to-get-r...

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