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  • DOT-57 Pavement Preservation Program FY 2017

    Total Actual Cost: $3,865,562
    Project Number:  CTR.4PPP17
    Funding Sources: 1997 HURF Bonds, Other
    Completion Date: February 2018 
    Managing Dept.: Transportation
    Project Map:  County-wide

    Pavement preservation alternatives extend roadway life and provides improved riding and driving conditions for roadways in varied degrees of deterioration.

    Several preservation methods were used depending on the condition of the existing pavement including micro-seal, chip seal, mill and fill, and structural overlay. 12.3 centerline miles of roadway were micro-sealed.

    This project addressed just a portion of the roadways that are currently in need of preservation work.

    Pavement preservation work continues under project CTR.4PPP18.
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