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August 31, 2009 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Support for Pavement Preservation Stephen R. Mueller, P.E. Pavement and Materials Engineer Federal Highway.

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1 August 31, SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Support for Pavement Preservation Stephen R. Mueller, P.E. Pavement and Materials Engineer Federal Highway Administration

2 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Vision – > Mission “Our Agency and our transportation system are the best in the world.” “Improve Mobility on our Nation’s Highways through National Leadership, Innovation, and Program Delivery.”

3 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Organization FHWA Headquarters Resource Center Alaska Nebraska Hawaii New Hampshire Pennsylvania Virginia Arizona California Idaho Wisconsin Colorado Puerto Rico Ohio Texas Division Offices Vermont Oregon Nevada New Jersey Alabama Arkansas Connecticut Delaware D.C. Illinois Kentucky Iowa Kansas Indiana Georgia Montana Missouri Mississippi Minnesota Michigan Massachusetts Maryland Maine Louisiana Florida New Mexico New York North Carolina Utah Tennessee South Dakota South Carolina Rhode Island Oklahoma Washington West Virginia Wyoming TFHRCFederal Lands North Dakota

4 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Pavement & Materials Civil Rights Environment Finance Services Construction & Project Mgt. Geotech & Hydraulics Operations Planning Safety & Design Structures Communications & Marketing Air Quality RC Technical Services Teams

5 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Without Pavement, We Would Be Stuck in the Mud!

6 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Less Than 100 Years Ago…

7 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS We’ve Come a Long Way …

8 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS 4 Million Miles of Roads 600,000 Bridges

9 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Statistics We Should Know: Federal = 3% State = 20% Local = 77% 2/3 are Paved (1/3 Unpaved) 94% of Paved have an Asphalt Surface

10 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC TRANSACTIONS SOCIAL INTERACTIONS Roads, Bridges, Airports, Water Systems, Wastewater Systems, Gas, Electric, Telephones, Waterways, Coastal Facilities, Parks, Etc. Society Depends on Infrastructure

11 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS National Surface Transportation Financing Commission Report Average US Household Expenditures 18% for Transportation

12 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS The Stakes are LARGE! $2 Trillion Investment in Transportation Infrastructure. There are MANY owners. There is shared expertise. Our Country DEPENDS on Our Success!!!

13 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Transportation Asset Management Preservation Capital Improvement Operations RESOURCES SafetyOther

14 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS New Construction  Preservation VMT Lane Miles Trillions of Vehicle Miles Traveled

15 Federal Highway Administration Pavement Condition Terminal Serviceability Pavement Life Performance Curves / Costs of Repairs T0T0 T1T1 Initial Design 75% of Life 12% 40% Drop in Quality $6-$7 ? $11-$14 ? $32-$58 ? Here! $1.00 to Preserve / Maintain Here

16 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Pavement Preservation Doing the right thing... …at the right time... …to the right pavement. TO KEEP THE “GOOD” ROADS GOOD!

17 Federal Highway Administration Rehabilitation Trigger Original Pavement The Pavement Preservation Concept Very Good Fair Poor Very Poor Time (Years)

18 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Which Costs Less???

19 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Energy Use Comparisons Courtesy of NAPA/COLAS RAP Emulsions

20 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA’s “3 E’s” ENGINEERING Use Good Engineering Design to Assure Long-Life Pavements and Assets. ECONOMICS Use Life-Cycle Cost Analysis for Project Selection. ENVIRONMENT Consider Recycling First Be Good Stewards of the Environment

21 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Key FHWA Policy Memos Preventive Maintenance Eligibility 10/8/04 Pavement Preservation Definitions 9/12/05 Clarification of FHWA's Oversight Role in Accessibility 9/12/06

22 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Categories of Pavement Preservation Pavement Preservation Minor Rehabilitation Preventive Maintenance Routine Maintenance

23 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS X Type of Activity New Construction Reconstruction Major (Heavy) Rehabilitation Pavement Preservation Routine Maintenance Corrective (Reactive) Maintenance Pavement Preservation Guidelines Increase Capacity Increase Strength Reduce Aging Restore Serviceability X X X X XXXX XXX Structural Overlay XXX Minor (Light) Rehabilitation X Preventive Maintenance XX X X Catastrophic Maintenance X

24 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Stresses and Strains -- but Preservation is Non-Structural!

25 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Preservation Activities - Examples Chip Seals Fog Seals Slurry Seals Surface Seals Micro-Surfacing Thin Overlays Profile Milling Crack Sealing Joint Resealing Crack Sealing Spall Repair Dowel Bar Retrofit Full and Partial Depth Repair Diamond Grinding Asphalt: PCC:

26 Reactive Maintenance Time Pavement Condition Preventive Maintenance Treatments LAST LONGER When applied at the Right Time!

27 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Benefits of Preservation Improved Customer Satisfaction Keeps them (and you) happy. Lowers User and Agency Costs in the Long-Term Saves them (and you) money. Improved Safety Keeps them (and you) safer. ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE!

28 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Web-Based Resources

29 13 CHECKLISTS CD’s/DVD’s COMPENDIUMS

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31 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS NHI Preservation Training A, B, C – Pavement Preservation: Design and Construction of Preventive Maintenance Treatments – Pavement Preservation: Integrating Pavement Preservation Practices into Pavement Management – Transportation Asset Management – Pavement Preservation Treatment Construction – WEB-BASED Pavement Preservation: Optimal Timing of Pavement Preservation Treatments – Pavement Preservation: Preventive Maintenance Treatment, Timing, and Selection , A – Pavement Management: Characteristics of an Effective Program

32 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Training Under Development Maintenance Academy Advanced Emulsion Technology Environmental Factors for Construction and Maintenance TCCC

33 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Transportation System Preservation Research Roadmap

34 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Pavement Preservation Support FHWA websites, publications, products, NHI Training, research. National Center for Pavement Preservation Industry Associations: AEMA, ARRA, ISSA, FP2 TRB, NCHRP, AASHTO Recycled Materials Resource Center

35 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Private Sector Local Governments FHWA Partnerships Are Required Academia State DOTs

36 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Partnerships are Required 1 FHWA 52 State DOTs (including DC and PR) 3,034 County governments; 35,933 Municipal, Town and Township governments. 4,140 Colleges and Universities ____ contractors/industry reps. UNITED WE STAND….

37 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Preservation Partnerships – TSP 2 Alaska Hawaii Puerto Rico D.C. MIDWESTERN SOUTHEAST NORTHEAST WESTERN CA, WA, OR, HI ROCKY MOUNTAIN

38 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS FHWA Supports Pavement Preservation!

39 FHWA 2009 SASHTO – Biloxi, MS Steve Mueller FHWA Resource Center Pavement and Materials Engineer (720) THANK YOU!


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