2017 Roadway Surface Treatment
- Blackberry Lane
- Blueberry Circle
- Birchmeadow Circle
- Bancroft Circle
- Lavalle Lane
- Surro Drive
THE ROAD SURFACE TREATMENT PROCESS
This course is not a standalone finished surface, as the various thicknesses are not designed to withstand traffic volumes over time, harsh New England winters, or stormwater runoff.
TYPES OF ROADWAY SURFACE TREATMENTS
BONDED WEARING COURSE is an asphalt product that the Department utilizes to extend a road’s service life while awaiting future utility work. This product seals and protects the surface of the roadway and provides superior bonding of the ultra-thin mix to the pavement. This treatment requires the adjustment of structures and the restoration of traffic markings.
RUBBER CHIP SEAL is a surface treatment takes place on neighborhood roads with lower speeds and reduced traffic volume. This process is an efficient way to provide neighborhoods with a more rideable surface. Surface defects are repaired before an area receives a thin leveler course. This Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) treatment improves the profile of the road and improves surface drainage. The HMA also provides some structural stability for the road; however, since it is a thin layer, it will not withstand traffic volume overtime or harsh winters. After structures are adjusted, a rubber chip seal treatment is applied. Any loose stone is swept on a regular schedule.