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Reception features specialties of Nice and the Cote d'Azur

said they were using chip seals on their
state highway systems. And, 70 percent
of states surveyed reported using micro
surfacing on their networks.
Another technique-the application
of fog seal-has increased nationally, as
have preservation treatments for concrete
pavements. States are using diamond
grinding to smooth concrete and improve
the vehicle's ride quality, as well as joint
repairing, full and partial depth patching
and dowel bar retrofit projects to extend
the surface life of concrete roadways.
The approach to bridge preservation is
similar, with states developing plans to
maintain their bridges well past their original design lives. In addition to bridge painting, which most states have done for many
years, states are also sealing bridge decks
to reduce the need for deck replacements
and to reduce damage from water and salt.
U.S. implementation of asset management and performance management
has presented our states with several
lessons learned.
* Increased coordination with local
metropolitan planning organizations
(MPOs) is required in setting goals and
targets to assure that the performance
of the entire system-not just the state
DOT-maintained portion of the system-is
maintained at the required levels.
* As many states have moved from expansion mode to maintaining mode, they
have realized that the state's 10-year
financial plan must connect the transportation improvement program (TIP)
with the agency's maintenance, preservation, and operations budgets.
And, to succeed with the 10-year financial plan, most states have learned that
they must include preservation while the

Dave Peshkin, P.E., Applied Asphalt Technologies, discusses publicizing pavement preservation in
the United States

pavement is still sound to fully extend the
pavement service life. That is the case for
bridges as well. Preservation must begin
while the structures are still in good shape.
* Finally, we have learned that advanced
pavement preservation methods can be
applied even to high-volume roadways.
Through technologies that include polymer modified emulsions, lightweight
aggregates, and rubber modified chip
seals, states are able to address maintenance concerns on even our most
heavily traveled routes.
Our states have sought to address issues
of preserving and maintaining our systems
because we know that public expectations
have shifted.
In the United States, we have been
unable to come to consensus on how to pay
for our ongoing maintenance and upgrade

needs, so it is very likely that we are going
to find that it is increasingly difficult to meet
the public's expectations for a long-lasting,
smooth roadway experience.
The only way we can mitigate those
expectations is to make the work we do to
maintain our roads and bridges as easy to
understand and transparent as possible.
Through the use of innovative technologies and performance reporting, we can
exhibit a sense of accountability for the
resources we expend and the strategies
we deploy.
I wish you much success in this Pavement
Preservation & Recycling Summit. And I
hope that each of you will take advantage
of the worldwide expertise gathered here
this week to learn about strategies that
you can take back and implement in your
own countries.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018

President’s Message
PPRS Nice 2018: U.S. in Era of Asset Management, Pavement Preservation, Says Aashto’s Wright
Measuring Sustainability of Preservation and Eco-Efficiency of Cape Seals
Dedicated, Consistent Funding for World-Class Preservation Programs
As Loadings Rise, Preservation Data Gathers
‘Green’ Antistrip Offers Option in Pennsylvania
AEMA + ARRA + ISSA = PPRA
Profiles in Preservation: Surprises in Emulsions
Index of Advertisers
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - President’s Message
Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - PPRS Nice 2018: U.S. in Era of Asset Management, Pavement Preservation, Says Aashto’s Wright
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - Measuring Sustainability of Preservation and Eco-Efficiency of Cape Seals
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - Dedicated, Consistent Funding for World-Class Preservation Programs
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - As Loadings Rise, Preservation Data Gathers
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - ‘Green’ Antistrip Offers Option in Pennsylvania
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - AEMA + ARRA + ISSA = PPRA
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - Profiles in Preservation: Surprises in Emulsions
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2018 - Index of Advertisers
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