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Dynapac Red Carpet

The Dynapac Red Carpet is an environmentally conscious solution for road maintenance in future Mega-Cities, where street traffic is predicted to become increasingly dense and unstoppable.
This futuristic road-recycling paver allows inner city traffic to continue its flow without interruptions by letting vehicles drive over it while paving.
The machine utilizes an existing process known as Hot-In-Place Recycling, in which the old road surface is re-heated using microwaves. The reclaimed asphalt is lifted into the machine, mixed with a small amount of fresh binder and paved back onto the road.

Comments (8)
  • amazing concept!

    8 years ago

  • Great concept and well resolved but agree with Henri, I think it needs scaling up.

    9 years ago

  • Nice Gosha! Like!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks Henri! To clarify, all today's vehicles- passenger cars, buses and trucks- travel on roads that are two to three meters wide (depending on the country). Of course large trucks, long vehicles (limousines) and other oversized vehicles will not be compatible with this concept, but they will still be able to bypass the paver on a free lane, like it is done today :)

    9 years ago

  • This is such an AWESOME concept!

    9 years ago

  • Good concept I love this color!

    9 years ago

  • Great work...well done!

    9 years ago

  • Amazing!

    9 years ago

  • This is such an AWESOME concept!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks Henri! To clarify, all today's vehicles- passenger cars, buses and trucks- travel on roads that are two to three meters wide (depending on the country). Of course large trucks, long vehicles (limousines) and other oversized vehicles will not be compatible with this concept, but they will still be able to bypass the paver on a free lane, like it is done today :)

    9 years ago

  • Nice Gosha! Like!

    9 years ago

  • Great concept and well resolved but agree with Henri, I think it needs scaling up.

    9 years ago

  • amazing concept!

    8 years ago

Gosha Galitsky
Industrial Designer, M.F.A. Örebro, Sweden