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Watch: Technion Prof Eyal Levenberg Knows How to Make Better Roads with Fewer Potholes

Unsafe pavement may become a thing of the past.

The harsh winter that enveloped a wide swath of the U.S. left in its wake many potholes and damaged roads that are unsafe and will take forever to repair. That could all change one day, as new research from Technion Professor Eyal Levenberg aims to create greener, safer, and longer lasting pavement to be used in roads, railways, and more.

Watch this groundbreaking research being conducted at the Technion’s Transportation Infrastructure Laboratory, and learn why unsafe pavement may become a thing of the past.

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