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Yes, you can tile on an asphalt floor. The most appropriate application for tiles on an asphalt floor would be an asphalt balcony. Other applications where tiling an asphalt floor could be used are residential properties and school classrooms. The key thing with any asphalt floor is to be able to identify if damp is an issue.
For industrial flooring and walkways tiling would not be appropriate. In this context the asphalt flooring has larger quantity of grit added to it making it more than capable of withstanding heavy traffic. Pallet trucks in the case of industrial flooring and pedestrian use in the case of walkways.