Pervious pavement provides a solution for many highly developed urban areas where an excessive amount of contaminated water is diverted into storm and sewer systems and left untreated before entering natural water sources such as rivers and streams. By allowing water to flow through the pavement surface and infiltrate the underlying soil, pervious pavements can reduce the amount of this pollution. Test cells were constructed at MnROAD to be monitored for drainability to evaluate the possibility of using pervious pavements to mitigate this problem. Other important criteria influencing the performance of pervious concrete in pavements will also be monitored, including mechanical and structural properties, surface characteristics, noise, and durability. This document summarizes the research that went into Report 2011-23, "Pervious Concrete Test Cells on MnROAD Low-Volume Road.."