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Graphical abstract Abstract Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) is a gap-graded asphalt mixture that depends on the stone-tostone contact to provide its load carrying capacity against rutting. However, binder draindown is a problem for SMA mixtures, due to its intentional high binder content. This paper details the performance evaluation of two different cellulose fibres used in SMA14 mix; synthetic fibre (Viatop66) and natural fibre (Kenaf) to prevent binder drainage. The cellulose fibres, 0.3 percentdoi:10.11113/jt.v78.9498 fatcat:y2qbjkvmmrf6pl3hwcjsr7k4iu