Maintenance of Traffic Case Histories
- Monday, 23 November 2015 15:29
Click on the links below to view the ACPA Maintenance of Traffic Case Histories. (Alphanumeric codes in parentheses are literature codes.)
Urban Interstate, Reconstruct
I-15 Core Project, Utah County, Utah (MOT#4 – 2015)
Urban Interstate, Overlay & Reconstruct
I-75 NB and SB Overlay with Partial Reconstruction, from M-57 north to Birch Run Creek (MOT#3 – 2015)
Rural Interstate, Overlay
I-70, Ellsworth County and Lincoln County, Kansas (MOT#6 – 2015)
I-77 Rehab, Surry & Yadkin Counties, North Carolina (MOT#2 – 2015)
Rural 2 Lane, Overlay & Full-Depth Repair
US Highway 385, Idalia North & South in Yuma County, Colorado (MOT #1 – 2015)
Rural 2 Lane, Overlay
Missouri Route 79 Overlay in Marion & Ralls Counties, Missouri (MOT #9 – 2015)
Boyero US 40 / US 287 Ports to Plains Highway in Lincoln County, Colorado (MOT #8 – 2015)
City Street/Intersection, Reconstruct
STH 96/Main Street, Village of Little Chute, Wisconsin (MOT #1 – 2015)
Schenectady NY 7; Troy-Schenectady Road Crosstown Connection, Schenectady, New York (MOT #1 – 2016)
City Street/Intersection, Overlay
West Dakota Parkway, Williston, North Dakota (MOT#10 – 2015)
Workshop Maintenance of Traffic Successes, Challenges and Misperceptions
- Thursday, 02 July 2015 20:13
ACPA kicked off the Mid-Year Meeting last week with a “Maintenance of Traffic” (MOT) workshop, aimed at showcasing successes, addressing misperceptions, and capturing MOT best practices with various types of facilities and paving strategies (construction, rehab, overlays, etc.).
The workshop included presentations by Ken Wood, FHWA; Craig Hughes, Cedar Valley Corp., LLC; Gary Ungerman, Castle Rock Construction; Adam Lintner and Dave Heslinga (V3 Companies) for the Illinois Toll Highway Authority; J.J. Morton, Kimley-Horn; and Nadarajah Sivaneswaran, FHWA.
The presentations and the open discussion provided both a clear direction and a sense that there are many positive examples of how ACPA members are meeting the demand of paving under traffic … and doing so successfully.
Immediately after the workshop, the newly-formed ACPA MOT Task Force met, and developed a clear course of action to capitalize on strengths and address challenges. Among the key deliverables from the meeting were:
- Developing MOT project profiles/case histories for full-depth construction/reconstruction and concrete overlays on city streets/intersections; 2-lane rural highways; urban Interstate; and rural Interstate facilities.
- Populating ACPA’s Wikipave™ with maintenance of traffic information from ACPA’s engineering bulletin on traffic management (EB213). Also, ACPA will develop technical briefs from key portions of the publication dealing with key MOT focal points.
- Arranging an MOT panel discussion with representatives from agencies and industry at the ACPA annual meeting.
The task force is led by Craig Hughes, Cedar Valley Corp. (who led the first formal meeting) and Anthony Babcock, CP Tech Center. ACPA’s Leif Wathne and Eric Ferrebee are the staff contacts for the task force.