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A bituminous material, such as asphalt, used to pave roads.
tr.v. black·topped, black·top·ping, black·tops
To pave with a bituminous material.
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The other approved proved included Upgradation of football ground at Qayyum Stadium Peshawar, Provision of additional and missing facilities in government colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Phase-II), Design and Construction of Roads and street pavements a) Kunda Topi b) Gar Mergoz c) Zarobi Topi, d) Zaida Kaddi, e) Marghuz Yousafi Swabi, Construction and Blacktopping of roads in District Bajaur, Rehabilitation of existing blacktopped roads in District Bajaur, Construction and Blacktopping of roads from Sher Khel to Serai Kandow upto Dars Masjid (10.5 Km) and Sarzai to Sangagra Balance Portion (2.5 Km) in Terah, Khyber District (GD).
And besides help in maintaining waste at the landfills at lower costs, it's also expected that the roads blacktopped by such polymerized bitumen in a moderate climate will be durable unlike the ones done by using other bitumen.
He said all the approved roads would be blacktopped and widened so that people could comfortably travel to their respective villages.