concrete to asphalt pavement transition

Pavement Services Unit January 2019 OregonPavement Services Unit January 2019 Oregon

Pavement Services Unit January 2019 Oregon

• ACP: Asphal t Concrete Pavement • CRCP: Contin uously Reinforced Concrete Pavement • DCP: Dynamic Cone Penetrometer • FWD: Falling Weight Deflectometer • ESAL: Equivalent Single Axle Load • FHWA: Federal Highway Administration • JPCP: Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement • JRCP: Jointed Reinforced Concrete Pavement

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Asphalt pavement to concrete slab continuous joint detail Asphalt pavement to concrete slab continuous joint detail

Asphalt pavement to concrete slab continuous joint detail

Slope the vertical face of the concrete transition at about 2030 degrees. This allows the asphalt interface to always be pushed against the concrete, thus more likely maintaining a closed joint between the two. It also provides additional support to the asphalt pavement at a high stress area.

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Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving

Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving

May 09, 2011 · Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing I think most of the asphalt to concrete connections we see are untreated. It''s not something we deal with much. We have installed silicone sealant in a cove bead at an asphalt to masonry connection where the paving bumps an exterior wall, but it''s rare that we see that.

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Figure 2. Wheelpath reinforcing details of a crc pavement Figure 2. Wheelpath reinforcing details of a crc pavement

Figure 2. Wheelpath reinforcing details of a crc pavement

The junction between a CRC pavement and any other type of pave­ ment such as jointed concrete (JC) or asphalt concrete (AC) pave­ ment or a bridge structure (igure 1) all require a reconiguration of the pavement typical section to provide an acceptable transition (particularly in light of the magnitude of movements that potentially can take

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Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences

Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences

HomeAdvisor''s Asphalt vs Concrete Driveway Guide compares difference between blacktop pavement and cement, including costs, length of life, paving, appearance, stamped ornamentation and more. Compare pros and cons of each to discover which is best for your driveway, or parking lot, walkway, patio, road and more.

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Asphalt drawings Volume 1 New ConstructionAsphalt drawings Volume 1 New Construction

Asphalt drawings Volume 1 New Construction

RMS R101:Cold Milling of Road Pavement Materials RMS R83: Concrete Pavement Base RMS R82: LeanMix Concrete Subbase (b)All asphalt pavement dimensions relate to compacted asphalt. (a)All dimensions are in millimetres unless noted otherwise 3. Dimensions: and constructors. 2. These Drawings provide standard details for use by both designers

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Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt PavementDifferences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement

Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement

Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement. Historically, pavements have been divided into two broad egories, rigid and flexible. These classical definitions, in some cases, are an oversimplifiion. However, the terms rigid and flexible provide a good description of how the pavements react to loads and the environment.

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SECTION 17 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENTSECTION 17 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

SECTION 17 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

Asphalt Concrete Pavement transition and approach road paving. For projects where transition ACP is required, the Contractor shall cold mill to achieve a 40 mm minimum thickness of ACP. The joint between the existing ACP and the new transition ACP shall be sawcut a minimum of 40 mm across the full width of roadway. Milling shall be considered as

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The Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement InstallationThe Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement Installation

The Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement Installation

Step 7: Butt Joints and Transitions . It is very rare to install an asphalt surface that does not connect to existing driveways, roadways or parking lots. As such, asphaltpaving contractors must find a way to smooth the transition from old surface to new. Butt joints are areas where old asphalt or concrete meets new asphalt pavement.

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Subgrades and Subbases for Concrete PavementsSubgrades and Subbases for Concrete Pavements

Subgrades and Subbases for Concrete Pavements

smoothness of concrete pavements. 1 The pavement structure of a concrete pavement typically consists of a concrete surface and subbase(s) placed upon a prepared subgrade (a "base" is part of an asphalt pavement struc ture, while a subbase is an optional element of a concrete pavement

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Concrete Transitions All About DrivewaysConcrete Transitions All About Driveways

Concrete Transitions All About Driveways

This transition should be smooth as well, avoiding dangerous trip hazards. Concrete transitions onto the street: When it comes to the transition from the street onto the asphalt, just like the garage, the subgrade should be excavated down equivalent to the thickness of concrete that''s being installed. This transition should be smooth as well.

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New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay

New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay

Smooth transitions are necessary to ensure the desired ride for the traveling public. Transitions are used within projects as new pavement approaches a bridge to avoid adding unnecessary dead load on the bridge. As roadways pass beneath bridges, transitions are used to avoid encroaching on the existing vertical clearance.

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TEXAS A&ampM TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE PROVING GROUNDTEXAS A&ampM TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE PROVING GROUND

TEXAS A&M TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE PROVING GROUND

Mar 28, 2014 · Research Study Title: Transition for Anchored Temporary Concrete Barrier System in Asphalt Pavement – Phase II Name of Contacting Representative: Kurt Brauner, Paul Fossier 16.

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Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 41: Existing Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 41: Existing

Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 41: Existing

Sealing concrete pavement joints consists of constructing or replacing joint seals at transverse, longitudinal, or isolation joints with silicone, asphalt rubber, or preformed compression joint seal. Pavement transition taper may consist of grinding, removing, and replacing existing concrete pavement, or placing temporary hot mix asphalt.

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Sep 19, 2008 · edge of pavement hot mix asphalt overlay splice (pavement termination detail) k value table ft/in alternate terminations centerline or crownline posted speed mph transition length (see note 2) milled rebate 25'' (min.) a a section aa neat edge same thickness as top course transition length (see note 2) see note 5 overlay thickness pavement

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AC 150/53206F, Airport Pavement Design and Evaluations AC 150/53206F, Airport Pavement Design and Evaluations

AC 150/53206F, Airport Pavement Design and Evaluations

pavement design for airplanes weighing less than 30,000 pounds (13 610 kg). 5. Defined "Regular use" for pavement design as at least 250 annual departures, which is equivalent to 500 annual operations. 6. Removed information on embedded steel and continuously reinforced concrete pavement. 7.

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Existing Surface Preparation for Overlays Pavement Existing Surface Preparation for Overlays Pavement

Existing Surface Preparation for Overlays Pavement

Rubblization of Concrete Pavements. Transportation Research Record 1684. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C. pp. 165171. [[6]] [[7]]American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA). (2001b). Thin Bonded Concrete Overlays of Asphalt Pavement. Web page on the American Concrete Pavement Association''s website.

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New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay

New Approach for Developing an Asphalt Concrete Overlay

Smooth transitions are necessary to ensure the desired ride for the traveling public. Transitions are used within projects as new pavement approaches a bridge to avoid adding unnecessary dead load on the bridge. As roadways pass beneath bridges, transitions are used to avoid encroaching on the existing vertical clearance.

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Subgrades and Subbases for Concrete PavementsSubgrades and Subbases for Concrete Pavements

Subgrades and Subbases for Concrete Pavements

smoothness of concrete pavements. 1 The pavement structure of a concrete pavement typically consists of a concrete surface and subbase(s) placed upon a prepared subgrade (a "base" is part of an asphalt pavement struc ture, while a subbase is an optional element of a concrete pavement

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PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT

PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT

1) Projects where asphalt concrete is only used to transition pavement or structure modifiion or replacement to existing pavement. Medium Traffic project: Use a 448 Type 1 surface course with PG 6422 for surface and intermediate courses of asphalt concrete and a

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Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving

Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing Concrete & Paving

May 09, 2011 · Asphalt To Concrete Transition Sealing I think most of the asphalt to concrete connections we see are untreated. It''s not something we deal with much. We have installed silicone sealant in a cove bead at an asphalt to masonry connection where the paving bumps an exterior wall, but it''s rare that we see that.

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PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT

PAVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR SMALL QUANTITY ASPHALT

1) Projects where asphalt concrete is only used to transition pavement or structure modifiion or replacement to existing pavement. Medium Traffic project: Use a 448 Type 1 surface course with PG 6422 for surface and intermediate courses of asphalt concrete and a

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Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Construction and demolition waste contain large amount of concrete and bricks. To identify its feasibility of applying in asphalt stabilized gravel mixtures as pavement base, this paper carried out researches on properties of recycled asphalt mixture (RAM) by laboratory testing, under different contents of recycled aggregates (RA) and proportions of bricks to concrete.

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August 2016 CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE August 2016 CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE

August 2016 CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE

transitions to other pavement structures. Continuous reinforcement is a strategy for managing the transverse cracking that occurs in all new concrete pavements. In new concrete pavements, volumetric changes caused by cement hydration, thermal effects, and external drying are restrained by the pavement base layer and

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Form DOT F 1700Form DOT F 1700

Form DOT F 1700

The following 13 most frequently constructed types of concrete pavement transitions are introduced and some have optional alternative designs. 1. Continuously Reinforced Concrete (CRC) Pavement to CRC Pavement Thickness Transition. OverlayUnbonded, Bonded, Asphalt Concrete (AC) Overlays Transition. 11. CRC Bonded Overlay to CRC Pavement

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1 Gal Road Pothole Patch Pavement Crack Sealer Concrete 1 Gal Road Pothole Patch Pavement Crack Sealer Concrete

1 Gal Road Pothole Patch Pavement Crack Sealer Concrete

The Latexite 1 Gal. Super Patch is a stoneandadhesive patch for pavements. It can be used on both concrete and asphalt and is designed to be used yearround. It contains asphaltic binders that give it maximum adhesion and long life, making it ideal for potholes, large cracks and joints.

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02743 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT02743 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

02743 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

2.3 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT A. Asphalt concrete paving shall be Type IIIC2PG 6410 conforming to SSPWC Section 203. 2.4 FOG SEAL COAT A. Seal coat shall be SS1h asphalt emulsion conforming to SSPWC Section 2033. PART 3 – EXECUTION 3.1 SUBGRADE PREPARATION A. Scarify 6 inches below new pavement section, bring to optimum moisture content,

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Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Construction and demolition waste contain large amount of concrete and bricks. To identify its feasibility of applying in asphalt stabilized gravel mixtures as pavement base, this paper carried out researches on properties of recycled asphalt mixture (RAM) by laboratory testing, under different contents of recycled aggregates (RA) and proportions of bricks to concrete.

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Performance analysis of incorporating phase change Performance analysis of incorporating phase change

Performance analysis of incorporating phase change

materials in asphalt concrete pavements Bhagya Athukorallagea,, the asphaltconcrete (ac)layer yields higher surface temperatures than a system 67 due to its high phase transition

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Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences

Asphalt vs Concrete Driveways: Costs, Differences

HomeAdvisor''s Asphalt vs Concrete Driveway Guide compares difference between blacktop pavement and cement, including costs, length of life, paving, appearance, stamped ornamentation and more. Compare pros and cons of each to discover which is best for your driveway, or parking lot, walkway, patio, road and more.

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The Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement InstallationThe Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement Installation

The Complete 7Step Process for Asphalt Pavement Installation

Step 7: Butt Joints and Transitions . It is very rare to install an asphalt surface that does not connect to existing driveways, roadways or parking lots. As such, asphaltpaving contractors must find a way to smooth the transition from old surface to new. Butt joints are areas where old asphalt or concrete meets new asphalt pavement.

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ASPHALT CONCRETE OVERLAY TRANSITIONSASPHALT CONCRETE OVERLAY TRANSITIONS

ASPHALT CONCRETE OVERLAY TRANSITIONS

course of pavement. may be notched into the existing pavement or blended with the next course of the asphalt concrete overlay. any subcourse termination 2. existing pavement surface shall be planed to transition the top asphalt concrete overlay transitions

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Pavement ManualPavement Manual

Pavement Manual

♦ 4.5 Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement ♦ 4.6 Concrete Pavement Contraction Design (CPCD) ♦ 4.7 Jointed Reinforced Concrete Pavement (JRCP) ♦ 4.8 Posttensioned Concrete Pavements ♦ 4.9 Composite Pavement 5. Pavement Type Selection ♦ 5.1 Introduction ♦ 5.2 Principal Factors ♦ 5.3 Secondary Factors ♦ 5.4 Lifecycle Cost

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Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin

Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin

Anchor: #i1008488 Section 8: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin Whitetopping) Anchor: #i1016119 8.1 Introduction. Thin whitetopping (TWT) is a 4 to 7in. thick concrete overlay bonded to an existing asphalt concrete pavement (ACP) to create a composite section (see Figure 87).

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Asphalt concrete WikipediaAsphalt concrete Wikipedia

Asphalt concrete Wikipedia

Asphalt concrete (commonly called asphalt, blacktop, or pavement in North America, and tarmac, bitumen macadam, or rolled asphalt in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland) is a composite material commonly used to surface roads, parking lots, airports, and the core of embankment dams. Asphalt mixtures have been used in pavement construction since the beginning of the twentieth

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Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Construction and demolition waste contain large amount of concrete and bricks. To identify its feasibility of applying in asphalt stabilized gravel mixtures as pavement base, this paper carried out researches on properties of recycled asphalt mixture (RAM) by laboratory testing, under different contents of recycled aggregates (RA) and proportions of bricks to concrete.

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CONSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENTSCONSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENTS

CONSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENTS

do occur, and to provide information necessary to insure that pavement quality is satisfactory. This manual provides guidance on most aspects of pavement construction from subgrade through asphalt concrete or Portland cement concrete. This manual is not intended to take the place of other technical publiions or contract specifiions,

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Roadside Management Toolbox: Stamped Asphalt Concrete Roadside Management Toolbox: Stamped Asphalt Concrete

Roadside Management Toolbox: Stamped Asphalt Concrete

The best use of stamped asphalt concrete is in high visibility urban, suburban and transition areas where aesthetics are important including crosswalks, gore points, median strips and road edge treatments at ramp loions. Edge restraints and pavement reinforcement fabric should be incorporated for additional resistance to cracking and

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Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures

Construction and demolition waste contain large amount of concrete and bricks. To identify its feasibility of applying in asphalt stabilized gravel mixtures as pavement base, this paper carried out researches on properties of recycled asphalt mixture (RAM) by laboratory testing, under different contents of recycled aggregates (RA) and proportions of bricks to concrete.

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Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt PavementDifferences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement

Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement

Differences Between Concrete and Asphalt Pavement. Historically, pavements have been divided into two broad egories, rigid and flexible. These classical definitions, in some cases, are an oversimplifiion. However, the terms rigid and flexible provide a good description of how the pavements react to loads and the environment.

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Joint Detail Where Asphalt Pavement Meets a Concrete Slab Joint Detail Where Asphalt Pavement Meets a Concrete Slab

Joint Detail Where Asphalt Pavement Meets a Concrete Slab

Jan 01, 1990 · Joint Detail Where Asphalt Pavement Meets a Concrete Slab. I''m designing a new fleet shop for the company where I work. Tractor trailers will drive out of the fleet shop, which has a concrete floor, onto an asphalt parking area. My concern is load transfer from the concrete to the asphalt. Should the asphalt be t.

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How to Fix a Gap Between Concrete and Asphalt Home How to Fix a Gap Between Concrete and Asphalt Home

How to Fix a Gap Between Concrete and Asphalt Home

How to Fix a Gap Between Concrete and Asphalt. Over time, the wood or composite expansion joint that separates concrete and an asphalt surface can deteriorate. When this happens, weeds and grasses

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Pavement Services Unit January 2019 OregonPavement Services Unit January 2019 Oregon

Pavement Services Unit January 2019 Oregon

• ACP: Asphal t Concrete Pavement • CRCP: Contin uously Reinforced Concrete Pavement • DCP: Dynamic Cone Penetrometer • FWD: Falling Weight Deflectometer • ESAL: Equivalent Single Axle Load • FHWA: Federal Highway Administration • JPCP: Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement • JRCP: Jointed Reinforced Concrete Pavement

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(PDF) Comparison of Asphalt and Concrete Pavement Solar (PDF) Comparison of Asphalt and Concrete Pavement Solar

(PDF) Comparison of Asphalt and Concrete Pavement Solar

The amount of radiation of the asphalt pavement was 15 % lower than concrete pavement. The outgoing radiation, qr, values for asphalt ranged from 560 to 600 W.m⁻², while for concrete it ranged

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Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP)Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP)

Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP)

Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP) Advanced Concrete Engineering for Industrial Pavements PNA expands into the exterior space with new, proprietary tools and technologies that optimize pavement designs, reducing construction and maintenance costs while maximizing performance and service life.

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Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin

Pavement Manual: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin

Anchor: #i1008488 Section 8: Thin Concrete Pavement Overlay (Thin Whitetopping) Anchor: #i1016119 8.1 Introduction. Thin whitetopping (TWT) is a 4 to 7in. thick concrete overlay bonded to an existing asphalt concrete pavement (ACP) to create a composite section (see Figure 87).

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Sep 19, 2008 · edge of pavement hot mix asphalt overlay splice (pavement termination detail) k value table ft/in alternate terminations centerline or crownline posted speed mph transition length (see note 2) milled rebate 25'' (min.) a a section aa neat edge same thickness as top course transition length (see note 2) see note 5 overlay thickness pavement

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