Climate change is projected to continue to pose as a challenge to existing transport infrastructure particularly roads, bridges, and drainage. Therefore, in order to meet these challenges, road authorities, decision makers, and planners must have access to full information and have an appreciation of the possible future impacts of climate change on their road assets. This information could then be incorporated into their transport infrastructure planning, design, construction, and maintenance processes and decisions and eventually transformed into concrete actions to ensure that road assets and related transport infrastructure are climate resilient; and able to adapt to the changing environment.

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