Aims and scope
Transportation Infrastructure Geotechnology provides a state-of-the-science profile of new developments in transportation-related geotechnology from around the world. The Journal covers all types of transportation infrastructure, including bridges, retaining walls, roads, highways, railways, tunnels, culverts, seaports, airports, and related installations. Rigorously-reviewed research papers and reviews in the Journal address a broad range of subjects such as geotechnical design, construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructures, earthworks for transportation facilities, geomaterials and recycled materials; geotechnics for pavements, rail track, and airfield; geosynthetics and applications, sustainability, performance evaluation, rehabilitation, risk assessment and environmental issues. The Journal publishes original research articles and reviews.