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Asphalt Roadway Rehabilitation Alternatives: A Training Course - Participant's Handbook.
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Asphalt Roadway Rehabilitation Alternatives: A Training Course - Participant's Handbook.
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    The information presented in this course has been designed to provide useful information about asphalt pavement repair to persons who may not be experienced in this area but who are still responsible for the upkeep of asphalt pavements in their particular agency. This course has been prepared to address asphalt road problems for local agencies in both rural and urban areas. The target audience for this information is city managers, mayors, county commissioners, and others who must oversee asphalt roads for their agency. The training course discusses the different types of asphalt roads, presents various methods of building and maintaining asphalt roads, and describes the types of surface distress that are common in asphalt roads. Guidance is given to help decide what action should be taken to fix an old asphalt road, how to build a new asphalt road, and how traffic may affect which actions will be most effective. This Participant's Handbook is organized into seven different modules as follows: Introduction; Evaluation of Existing Asphalt Pavements; Full-Depth Asphalt Roadways; Thick-Lift Asphalt Roadways; Thin-Lift Hot-Mix Asphalt Roadways; Thin-Lift Cold-Mix Asphalt Roadways; and Surface-Treated Roadways. The final section of the manual is a glossary of terms used throughout the manual.

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