Transport and mobility are fundamental to modern society. However, roads pervade the landscape, and their short-and long-term physical, chemical, and biological impacts may harm both public health and the environment. For example, increased traffic loadings and the construction of new roads may pose a serious threat to the aquatic environment, for instance because of contaminated runoff. For this reason, awareness of environmental constraints is important, which is why the reduction of pollution is a key challenge for national road administrations (NRAs).
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