The purpose of this project is to develop capability in Tanzania, through mentoring, on how to establish and carry out the monitoring surveys and evaluation of LVR pavement trial sections. This report highlights a record of capacity building outcomes based on a combination of training workshops and field monitoring training exercises. The scope of the training programmes was informed by the requirements considered and identified from the outset of the project, on the basis of relevant knowledge and field skills required by council managers, regional coordinators, engineers and technicians from TARURA and lecturers from two technical universities for practical implementation of the LTPP monitoring programme of trial sections. The report was discussed as a draft during a stakeholder workshop and the feedback, which included recommendations and action plans, was incorporated in the final version.
This work is part of the Applied Research on Rural Roads and Transport Services through Community Access Programmes in Africa and Asia (AFCAP2 and AsCAP)
Anochie-Boateng, J. and Mgangira, J., CSIR (2019). Long Term Pavement Performance Monitoring of Existing Trial Sections and Implementation of Regional Guidelines for Establishing and Monitoring Trial Sections in Tanzania, Final Report. London: ReCAP for DFID
Published 31 January 2019