Instead of using conventional road repair techniques, Virginia is recycling a 3.7 mile stretch of Interstate 81.
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Impressive, most impressive. I’m all for saving time.
this has been going on for years in colorado, where we have to re-pave the roads often due to the stresses the weather places on road surfaces. asphalt is one of the most recycled materials on the planet.
Anything that can speed up road construction time is a win in my book.
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