The best asphalt in America for 2018.
The asphalt is everywhere, and it can cost you a fortune if you don’t know where to look.
Asphalt is a term used to describe the hard, durable, and highly reflective material used to cover roads.
It is a key component of roadways and highways in the United States.
But the U.S. is only just beginning to embrace the value of asphalt.
As the government-sponsored research group The American Road & Transportation Research Institute reported last month, the number of people using asphalt in their homes rose from 10 percent in the 1990s to 15 percent in 2018.
While this is not the highest proportion of use, it is a huge increase from just two decades ago, when it was about one-fifth of Americans using asphalt.
The most popular asphalt, though, is found in Southern California, where there is a vast network of asphalt roads connecting the city of Los Angeles to the suburbs of Orange County.
This network of roads provides a great deal of economic and social benefit to the area, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers, which has conducted extensive research on the asphalt industry.
It says that the average annual economic benefit of asphalt construction is about $100 million a year, and that the value is in the billions.
In 2018, the American Association of State Highway &.; Transportation Officials estimated that the cost of asphalt in Southern and Southern California was about $12.6 billion.
That is more than double the cost in the entire United States of $7.9 billion, according the AASHTO.
That was not even the most expensive asphalt road in the country.
In 2016, the most recent year for which data is available, the AasHTO estimated the value in that same area of $16.5 billion.
The AASO said that the overall value of the asphalt network in Southern Califoria is about the same as the value generated by the construction of the Interstate 5 tunnel in Los Angeles.
It said the value to the region is estimated to be about $8 billion.
In the same year, the United Kingdom also reported that it had the most efficient asphalt network for road construction.
The UK’s road network is among the most productive in Europe.
It was ranked fifth in terms of road-building efficiency in 2020, according a report by the Institute of Transport and Development Policy (ITDP), which is the body responsible for setting national standards for road infrastructure.
The ITP said that “the UK has the highest number of roads constructed per head of population in Europe.”
The UK also ranked fourth for road-use efficiency.
The report says that road network in the UK is more efficient than that of any other European country, including the Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Belgium and Denmark.
However, the report also notes that the UK has some of the most challenging road infrastructure in the world, and has the lowest percentage of road users of any country in Europe with an average age of 60.
In 2020, the UK’s population was 3.5 million, according TOEIC data.
This makes it the second-youngest population in the EU.
In terms of infrastructure, the country ranked 27th for road access, and 29th for public transport.
As a result, the average life expectancy in the U, UK and France is lower than in any other developed country, the ITP report says.
This was a clear trend with regard to the cost per mile of road construction, as the ITDP said that for every mile of roads built, it costs an average of $5.38.
This includes $1.34 for the first mile and $2.60 for each additional mile.
It also includes the cost to repair the pavement, $0.36 for every million dollars invested in the project.
The cost of the road network to the UK in 2020 was $1,300 per mile.
This is an improvement over 2020, when the average cost of construction in the Kingdom was $936 per mile, according an ITP analysis.
The average cost for repairs in 2018 was $2,000 per mile with an increase of $4.10 for each million dollars spent.
The number of vehicles driven on the roads in 2018 reached 9.3 million, an increase from 8.6 million vehicles in 2020.
This has been driven by a surge in new motor vehicles, as well as an increase in the number, and sizes, of existing vehicles.
There were more than 15.8 million new vehicles on the road in 2018, compared to 16.3 thousand in 2020 and 17.2 thousand in 2015.
The increase was driven by an increase for new cars and trucks, as more people got their cars and other vehicles on-road.
The U.K. was the top destination for new motor vehicle purchases in 2020 with nearly a million new cars purchased.
There was also an increase on new passenger