The trial will involve the refurbishment of the two upper layers of a 750m long section of road in co-operation with Oxfordshire County Council.
Itermechanica is Directa Plus’ partner and the pair have already run a successful trial for the new road surface in Rome.
Once laid, asphalt concrete with super modifier can be 100% recycled and Directa believes it can significantly improve the quality of road surfaces both in Europe and globally.
In a statement, Giulio Cesareo, Directa Plus' chief executive, said: "This trial is an important step for Directa Plus and Iterchemica, in partnership, in proving the business and use case for the next generation of graphene-enhanced road surfaces.
"This technology will allow governments to supply better quality roads for drivers and other road users, at better value for money, and in a more environmentally sustainable way.”