Pre-overlay Treatment of Existing Pavements
This report explores current pre-overlay treatment practices of state departments of transportation for both hot-mix asphalt and portland cement concrete pavement structures. The report is designed to help pavement management and pavement design groups in their selection of pre-overlay treatments.
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CHAPTER THREE HOTMIX ASPHALT OVERLAY OVER EXISTING
CHAPTER FOUR JOINTED PLAIN CONCRETE PAVEMENT OVERLAY OVER
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