The highway 407 ETR in Canada, the Colombian Ruta del Cacao, or the LBJ, NTE, I-66 and I-77 in the United States are the living examples of how highways are engineering feats which are part of history and how, in barely a century, their evolution has been exponential.
The complex construction processes also vary, but the challenge it poses for all those involved in it remains. Thus, it is with the mobilization of millions of tons of materials and the collective effort of highly qualified teams that these asphalt puzzles are configured. What changes, without a doubt, is the technology that is incorporated into these highways. The result of this evolution is a series of resilient and sustainable infrastructure that drive greater traffic flow. Every day, thousands of individuals travel through them and experience their reliability, speed and safety.