TC E.2 "ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ROAD OPERATIONS"

Oct. 10, Thursday . 08:00-11:30

Conference Room A

Chair: Dr. Helen MURPHY, Chair of PIARC TC E.2, Australia

During these technical sessions, each of the Technical Committees and Task Forces will present their achievements over the current work cycle (2016-2019). Some papers from the international call will also be presented by their authors.

Introduction

• Dr. Helen MURPHY, Chair of PIARC TC E.2, Australia

Accomplishments of Working Groups

Best Practice Guide to Air Quality in Relation to Road Operations
• Mr. Rob HANNABY, Member of PIARC TC E.2, New Zealand

Traffic Noise - Best Practice Guide
• Mr. Jakob FRYD, Member of PIARC TC E.2, Denmark

Development of Traffic Noise Management and Multifunctional Eco-friendly Noise Reduction in Korea
• Dr. Young-In KWON, Member of PIARC TC E.2, South Korea

Questions and Answers

PIARC Dictionary - Environmental Terminology
• Mr. Daniël VERFAILLIE, Belgium Road Research Centre, Belgium

Break 09:30- 10:00

Environmental Considerations and Creating Resilient Communities

Improving the Health of Local Communities Using Congestion Charging -The case of Bergen.
• Mr. James ODECK, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Oslo, Norway

Environmental and Architectural Requirements in DesignBuild Contracts for Road Construction
• Ms. Kajsa STRÖM & Mr. Tobias SAHLMAN, Swedish Transport Administration, Department of Technology and Environment, Sweden

Creating biodiversity and improving the landscape by building a freeway interchange at the heart of the city of Québec, Canada.
• Mr. Martin LAFRANCE, Quebec, Canada-Quebec

Observatory of wildlife mobility and mortality on roads in Mexico
• Mr. Juan Fernando MENDOZA SANCHEZ, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Mexico

Consistency of Geometric Layout and Reduction of Emissions on Roads.
• Mr. Juan Carlos CASTILLO BARRANCO, Technical Department Roads, Bridges and Special Structures, Acciona Construct., Spain.

Conclusion

• Dr. Helen MURPHY, Chair of PIARC TC E.2, Australia