Procurement Dynamic Multi-Infrastructure Governance Framework (DMIGF) and bioasphalt at the Cantabrian road network
The demo site construction project aims to expanding the capacity of a 13km section of the A-67 motorway, running through five municipalities, by the construction of an additional third lane and remodelling of five existing links.
It also works on replacing the deteriorated surface course of around 200m of N-623 with the LIAISON bioasphalt.
Moreover, it will assess and monitor the effect and circularity of the project (13km section of the A-67 motorway) with the LIAISON governance framework.
This framework sets out principles, procedures and accountabilities to ensure transparency and to keep the cost/zero-emissions goals of the transport infrastructure (TI) sector well balanced and protected.
Demonstration and validation of:
- The common Dynamic Multi-Infrastructure Governance Framework (DMIGF) for zero emissions transport infrastructure, validated through the assessment of its methodology on a public tender.
- DMIGF Digital tools (Digital Logbook, C&D waste generation assessment tool and end-of-life Materials traceability platform for TI) to evaluate and track TI circularity throughout its life cycle, while also optimizing cost, safety, robustness, etc. in the construction project of the A-67 motorway.
- Public tender launch for bioasphalt construction, including tender documentation for the implementation of the bioasphalt based on green procurement.
- Application of newly developed bioasphalt solution in the N-623 national road.
- Pavement Management System (PMS) based on Automated damage detection, a pavement distress detection system to evaluate pavement condition of different roads (national roads and motorways) within the Cantabrian Road network.