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In the breakdown lanes along the entire 20.6 mile section of U.S. 3, a maltene rejuvenator seal (Reclamite) was applied. The high speed shoulders were split into three sections, similar to the UTBO, with different types of asphalt fog seals placed on each section. The fog seals included a CRS-2 (unmodified emulsified binder), CRS-2Pd (polymer modified emulsified binder), and GSB-88 (Gilsonite) emulsion. Additionally, texture was added to both the breakdown lane and high speed shoulder through a combination of the Skidabrader shot blasting process, and application of boiler slag. These pavement preservation treatments are being evaluated for pavement friction and permeability testing during the project's two year evaluation period. As the project's quantities were significant, MassDOT was also able to evaluate different pavement marking materials on the northbound and southbound barrels. Polyurea and QuALity AssurAnce MassDOT was initially concerned that a UTBO treatment would not provide an opportunity to provide the needed profile corrections at several bridge approaches that had settled over time. The approaches at four bridge decks were surveyed, milled and re-profiled utilizing single (or multiple) leveling courses to achieve significant improvements. The project included quality assurance (QA) specifications and required a quality control (QC) plan for the pavement preservation work. These specifications required ride quality testing (IRI) by the contractor and MassDOT. Pay incentives were calculated utilizing a quality level analysis (QLA) for ride quality and other mixture properties. The contractor achieved bonuses for both the ride quality and mixture properties. How do you resurface an aging road, protect the environment, plus save time and money? Call Gallagher. We'll show you how to dramatically reduce your pavement resurfacing program's budget, and do your part to help protect the environment. Hot-in-Place Recycling is not only a very green process that reduces the carbon footprint by 28% versus mill & overlay, it also reduces congestion and user delays with far less trucking required. Gallagher Asphalt Corporation 18100 S. Indiana Avenue Thornton, IL 60476 800.536.7160 Project PerFormAnce All of the work on the project was completed by the end of the 2015 hotinplacerecycling.com 36 thermoplastic pavement markings with embedded wet reflective elements were utilized to enhance the wet weather visibility. These pavement markings were slightly recessed in diamond-cut grooves beneath the pavement surface to eliminate damage from winter plowing operations. Wet and dry retroreflectivity readings were performed for MassDOT acceptance initially and will be performed intermittently for informational purposes. As part of the SHRP2-R26 program, MassDOT hosted a one-day showcase to highlight the project and the preservation treatments involved. The event, sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), was attended by over 60 people representing federal and state agencies and industry organizations from across the country. The agenda for the showcase included presentations from representatives of MassDOT, FHWA, and contractors involved in project. The group also had the opportunity to visit the project to see up close several areas where treatments had already been placed on the roadway. View past issues of the Pavement Preservation Journal online at www.naylornetwork.com/fpp-nxt 818552_Gallagher.indd 1 6/29/16 6:07 PM http://www.gallagherasphalt.com http://www.hotinplacerecycling.com http://www.naylornetwork.com/fpp-nxt

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016

President’s Message
Still Time to Visit NPPC 2016
NCAT: Quantifying Southern Treatments, Placing Northern Treatments
LTPP Tackles Pavement Preservation
D.C. Update: Capitol Hill Etiquette for Visits
FP2 @ Eurasphalt & Eurobitume 2016
Los Angeles County Abandons 'Worst First' Pavement Program
High-Volume U.S. 3 Gets R26 Showcase Preservation
New Mechanistic Tool Assesses Joint Sealant Effectiveness
Index of Advertisers
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - Cover1
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - IBD_L
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - IBD
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - President’s Message
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - 10
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - Still Time to Visit NPPC 2016
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - NCAT: Quantifying Southern Treatments, Placing Northern Treatments
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - LTPP Tackles Pavement Preservation
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - D.C. Update: Capitol Hill Etiquette for Visits
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - FP2 @ Eurasphalt & Eurobitume 2016
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - Los Angeles County Abandons 'Worst First' Pavement Program
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - High-Volume U.S. 3 Gets R26 Showcase Preservation
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - 38
Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - New Mechanistic Tool Assesses Joint Sealant Effectiveness
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Pavement Preservation Journal - Fall 2016 - Index of Advertisers
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