Residential Roadway Rehabilitation
This project provides for the major rehabilitation of residential roadways in older communities, to include extensive pavement rehabilitation and reconstruction, such as the associated rehabilitation of ancillary elements that may be under drains, subgrade drains, and curbs and gutters (if present). This project will not make major changes to the location or size of existing drainage structures, if any. Pavement reconstruction is the rehabilitation or replacement of the entire existing pavement structure by the placement of an equivalent or increased pavement structure. Rehabilitation usually requires the total removal and replacement of pavement exhibiting widespread areas of fatigue-related distress, base failures, subgrade failures, and locations on which otherwise aggressive pavement restoration approach is deemed impractical.
Click on any linked Neighborhood or Location name to read or download a Project Newsletter describing the scope of the project. Check back periodically as projects get added or scheduled. This schedule may be changed and substitutions may be made at any time due to weather and/or operational reasons.
Update: November 4, 2013
The Franklin Knolls Street Rehabilitation Project began July 2, 2012 and is 75% complete..
The Serenity Lane Street Rehabilitation Project will begin in Fall 2013.
The Sligo Park Hills Street Rehabilitation Project will begin early-Spring 2014.
The West Chevy Chase Street Rehabiliation Project will begin Spring 2014.
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