From the mid-1960s, Epoxy Asphalt Concrete pavement has demonstrated proven durability in one of the toughest flexible pavement applications, providing the surfacing for long span bridges with orthotropic steel decks. There are many examples of high traffic bridges in North America with Epoxy Asphalt pavements in service 35-50 years. Until recently, due in part to Epoxy Asphalt’s unique reactive nature and higher cost, road and motorway owners have seldom specified it despite its performance and durability benefits because there are many low cost flexible pavement binder alternatives. Today, Epoxy Asphalt’s super durability, high renewable raw material content and low extended life cycle costs are highly desirable features for sustainable roads. For overweight axle loads in hot climates, the non-melting binder used neat stops rutting, shoving and raveling.