PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE METHODOLOGIES 1. Reconstruction: Most intrusive, most expensive, most time- consuming Improves alignment issues, width, curves, humps, cross section, etc. Usually requires total storm drainage system Replaces entire road structure, base and pavement 2. Reclamation: Grinds existing pavement into existing base Improves minor alignment issues Often involves minor drainage improvements Replaces entire pavement structure
PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE METHODOLOGIES 3. Mill & Pave: Grinds off top pavement surface Maintains existing alignment Replaces tops on existing catch basins Replaces top course of pavement 4. Chip Seal Maintains entire pavement structure Adds asphalt seal coat embedded with stone chips 5. Crack Seal: Maintains entire pavement structure Seals individual cracks with asphalt material
GRAVEL ROAD MAINTENANCE METHODOLOGIES 1. Re-grade Gravel: Most time-consuming, highest maintenance Highly susceptible to wash outs Dust issues Difficult to maintain in winter 2. Bituminous Base Course & Chip Seal Provides many benefits of paving while retaining feel and appearance of gravel Support of Planning Commission & Land Use Office
ROAD WORK CARRIED INTO 2014 CONSTRUCTION SEASON
Bucks Hill Rd. Route 6 to I 84 Bridge Skyview Drive* Beecher Rd.* Sunburst Drive* Settlers Hill Rd.* Glen Lane* Hidden Brook* Greenwood Drive* Hemlock Ridge Pleasant Drive* Grasslands Rd.* Low Bridge Rd.* Stiles Rd.* Heritage Rd. New Wheeler Rd. Sunset Ridge Rd.* Stoney Corners Lane Country Woods Rd. Sachem Rd. * Completed Crack Sealing Schedule for 2014
Chip Sealing Schedule for 2014 Bucks Hill Rd. Route 6 to I-84 Bridge Reservoir Rd. Old Woodbury Rd. Tuttle Rd. Judd Rd. High Point Rd. Flood Bridge Rd. East Flat Hill Rd. Spruce Brook Rd.
Peter Road Cobbler Lane Forest Road Wolf Pit Road Ivy Hill Rd. Flag Swamp Road Hollow Swamp Road Paving Schedule for 2014