This month’s featured Wikipave post covers stitching, the term that applies to two methods used to repair and strengthen concrete at cracks and joints in the pavement.  The article includes a brief history of this repair method (which dates to 1971).  It also details both cross-stitching and slot-stitching.  The article also includes common questions and references.

Learn more (or refresh your knowledge) about stitching.   See the post at:  http://wikipave.org/index.php?title=Stitching.

About Wikipave
First introduced in February 2015, ACPA’s Wikipave is the largest-scale technology transfer, knowledge transfer, and educational initiative ever pursued by the Association.  Content is drawn from more than 50 years of technical bulletins, engineering bulletins, and other resources developed by the Association.  New content and updates are added frequently, and since its inception, the resource has nearly doubled in terms of amount of content.

The website is digital-device ‘friendly,’ which makes it an exceptional resource in the office or in the field.   To see the main site, visit http://wikipave.org.

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