D1.1 - Literature review on road runoff pollution in Europe <Link>.
D1.2 - Critical review of the tools to predict road runoff. João Nuno Fernandes and Ana Estela Barbosa, LNEC, PT <Link>.
D1.3 - Road runoff monitoring data and representative sites. João Nuno Fernandes and Ana Estela Barbosa, LNEC, PT <Link>.
D2.1 - A review of current knowledge on the vulnerability of European surface water and groundwater to road related pollution, together with a critique of related assessment tools. Mike Revitt, Bryan Ellis and Lian Lundy, Middlesex University, UK <Link>.
D2.2 - Construction, operation and maintenance of roads: parameters to assess surface and ground water vulnerabilities and associated risks. Mike Revitt, Bryan Ellis and Lian Lundy, Middlesex University, UK; João Nuno Fernandes and Ana Estela Barbosa, LNEC, PT <Link>.
D2.3 - Evaluation of International, European and national legislative frameworks and approaches. Teresa E. Leitão, Tiago N. Martins, National Laboratory for Civil Engineering, LNEC, Pt <Link>.
D3.1 - Literature Review on Blue-Green Treatment Solutions. Jes Vollertsen et al., Aalborg University, DK <Link>.
Presentations from the IAB meeting held at Middlesex University (UK) on July 18th, 2018:
The CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme was featured in the newsletter of the IWA/IAHR Joint Committee on Urban Drainage (JCUD). See section 9 “In the spotlight” of the JCUD newsletter #31.
Other CEDR projects focusing on road runoff:
MICROPROOF - impact and possible reduction measures of organic micropollutants and microplastics in road runoff.
LUNT EvIDenCe - Environmental Impacts of Deicing Chemicals