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Maryland Route 210

Maryland Route 210


Posted on Sep 1, 2015

Maryland Route 210 is a busy corridor that feeds the Washington DC beltway. With heavy commercial and private use of this busy road, a durable pavement was needed that does not need constant, delay-causing repair and maintenance.  To minimize construction delays and maximize project life, the Maryland State Highway Administration choose a concrete overlay as the paving solution. The section under construction was comprised of three...

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MD 355 at MD 27

MD 355 at MD 27


Posted on Jan 1, 2013

Location: Montgomery County, site SHA District 3 Exsiting Pavement: Six-lane divided, Urban highway with Turn Lanes Total project length is approximately 0.60 miles HMA Pavement constructed in 1995 AADT: 38,100 with 5% trucks (2009) 2011 IRI: 151 Project Highlights: First project in SHA District 3 for Concrete Overlay First project in MD with more than one leg of the intersection (Total 3 legs included) Bonded Concrete Overlay on...

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Rosemont Avenue

Rosemont Avenue


Posted on Oct 22, 2011

Location: Rosemont Avenue at Baughman’s Lane in Frederick, pills MD Summary: Two thru lanes (from the intersection stop bar back approximately 200’) were repaired and ready for traffic in less than 24 hours. Scope: The City of Frederick and the Concrete Industry partnered to implement a fast-track concrete resurfacing / overlay of two thru lanes where asphalt had failed twice over the past 10 years. The two lanes experience a high...

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MD 210 Left Turn Lane

MD 210 Left Turn Lane


Posted on Apr 1, 2011

The Asphalt pavement in the south bound left-hand turning lane was severely rutted and deteriorated. This busy, viagra high-traffic intersection receives about 300 loaded dump trucks per day making the same left turn. This was a frequent maintenance issue for SHA District 3 as the asphalt needed regular resurfacing with the most recent rehabilitation being less than two years before the more durable concrete solution. The concrete...

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