Concrete roads are usually built by placing concrete slabs on the ground. The function of concrete as a road pavement material is to reduce the traffic load to a level that would not cause deformation before transferring it to the ground. Project-related factors that are considered when designing a concrete road include traffic, weather conditions, the loadbearing capacity of the ground, mechanical properties of the concrete slabs, economic service life and expected service quality of the road. The use of KraTos™ Macro in concrete roads improves the fatigue resistance of concrete under repeated loads, prevents the formation of longitudinal cracks and faulting and extends the service life of concrete by adding chemical resistance. The homogeneous distribution of the material in concrete makes it resistant against the effects of freezing and thawing.