Roadway Surface Type
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Type of surface on the roadway.
Roadway surface type is the material in the top surface of the road and is noted for each lane.
- The most common surface type, usually black but can also be red or green. This includes Tar-macadam.
- Drainage asphalt
- A special kind of asphalt that is more porous and lets water through more easily.
- Non-fixed aggregate material, a common material on smaller rural roads.
- A mixture of aggregate, sand, water and cement. Light grey in colour once set.
- Brick or block
- Road surface is composed of fixed individual blocks or bricks.
- The roadway surface type is unknown.
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