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1 From… Maintenance Technical Advisory Guide (MTAG) Chapter 3 Strategy Selection

2 Factors to Consider Ride Skid Noise Distress Types Durability/Longevity

3 Treatment Selection Based on Pavement Condition

4 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Assess Existing Pavement Conditions Determine the Feasible Treatment Options Analyze and Compare the Feasible Options

5 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Assess Existing Pavement Conditions Conduct visual site inspection and/or review project information Perform testing on the existing pavement, as conditions require Define the performance requirements for the treatment

6 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Data ItemGrind­ing Load Transfer Restor­ation Partial-Depth Repair Full-Depth Repair Existing Pavement StructureXXXX Original Construction Data**** Age*** Materials PropertiesX** Subgrade Climate DistressXXXX Skid* Accidents* NDTX* Destructive Testing/ Sampling **XX Roughness* Surface ProfileX DrainageXX Previous Maintenance*** UtilitiesX Traffic Control OptionsXXXX

7 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Determine the feasible treatment options The purpose is to determine what treatments might work for a given pavement condition Treatment’s ability to address the functional and structural condition Feasibility is not a function of affordability

8 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments A feasible alternative is one that addresses all identified distresses of the pavement, provides the desired future performance over the life of the treatment, and fits within identified constraints, which may include: Construction windows. Traffic flow conditions. Overhead clearances. Right-of-way. Funding.

9 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Several treatments may be feasible for a given set of conditions. Therefore, effort should be made to identify as many feasible treatment alternatives as possible for a given project. With multiple alternatives, advantages and disadvantages of each treatment can be compared.

10 Feasible Treatments - Structural Distress TypePreservation Techniques Transverse CrackingJoint and crack sealing Longitudinal CrackingJoint and crack sealing Slab stabilization Corner CrackingJoint and crack sealing Edge joint resealing Slab stabilization Intersecting CrackingJoint and crack sealing Slab stabilization SpallingPartial-depth repair Joint and crack resealing Full-depth repair PumpingJoint and crack resealing Slab stabilization Blow upsFull-depth repairs D-cracking (not California issue) Partial- or full-depth repair; Joint and crack resealing

11 Feasible Treatments - Functional Distress TypePreservation Techniques Surface PolishingDiamond grinding Grooving NoiseSee Caltrans website for the latest information ScalingDiamond grinding PopoutsDiamond grinding

12 Proposed Trigger Values and Expected Life

13 Caltrans Approach to Selecting Maintenance Treatments Analyze and Compare the Feasible Options Several treatments may be feasible Cost and life of the treatments vary Effect of the treatment on the life extension of the existing pavement Other factors to consider: cost effectiveness, treatment timing, traffic level, and constructability

14 Approach for Selecting Maintenance Treatments Cost Effectiveness Equivalent Annual Cost Life Cycle Cost Analysis Selection of Maintenance Treatments Performance and constructability Customer satisfaction Ranking of selected treatments by rating overall importance

15 Approach for Selecting Maintenance Treatments

16 Summary Applying the Right treatment to the Right pavement at the Right time is the Core of Pavement Preservation


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