Raveling is defined as the dislodging of coarse aggregate particles. This distress can affect the ride quality, noise, road safety and pavement service life. Raveling has been associated to stripping, the loss of adhesion between asphalt binder and aggregate due to the action of water. However, there are other causes of raveling including insufficient asphalt binder, poor mixture quality, insufficient compaction, and segregation. This workshop, offered in collaboration with the Asphalt Institute, will discuss best practices to prevent raveling in asphalt pavements.