The next event in the continuing series of public webinars by the Concrete Sustainability Hub at MIT (CSHub@MIT) will cover “Pavement Vehicle Interaction (PVI): Design and Maintenance.”

The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, June 29, 11 a.m. (EDT).   Pavement vehicle interaction (PVI) considers the interaction between a vehicle’s tires and the roadway surface on which it is driving. PVI leads to excess fuel consumption and, as a result, smog and greenhouse gas emissions, and impacts drivers, states, and municipalities financially. This webinar will present CSHub research which has led to models that quantify excess fuel consumption due to PVI for pavement segments and pavement networks. Advance registration is required: http://tinyurl.com/cshubPVIwebinar.

Past webinars by the CSHub at MIT are also available online on the CSHub’s YouTube channel.