- Briefing Room
Conversations Launching Change
Discussions targeted to Local Agencies, Tribes and Federal Land Management Agencies programs
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Dedicating funding and investing into pavement preservation for over 10 years, has moved the National Park Service (NPS) ahead of the game. It takes a team of technology savvy workers who can develop innovative ways to maintain roads. The National Park Service has proven results that shows how they have extended the overall pavement life and increased condition ratings.
Understanding the tools needed to preserve pavement such as ultra-thin lift, micro surfacing, slurry seals, and chip seals has the NPS leading the charge. Do you use and apply these tools?
Is your agency spending time and money on maintain pavement edges on lower volume roads where wheel travel off the pavement edge and erosion are taking away your unpaved shoulder? This is not only a maintenance headache but can also be considered a safety issue.
Come hear about solutions demonstrated through the Coordinated Transportation Implementation Program (CTIP) in the NPS, U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Pavement Preservation and Road Edge Stabilization
Thursday, April 4, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM [EST]
To join the webinar, participants must register to participate in the meeting room. Wherever possible, we encourage you to attend from a conference room where everyone can gather as a group.
Target Audience: Local Agencies, Tribes, and Federal Land Management Agencies
For additional information please contact Richard.Seabrook@dot.gov
We look forward to your participation!