Road Recovery Program

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The Road Recovery/Rehabilitation Program is described as a process to rehabilitate a road structure, restore drainage and dispose of any rocks and regrowth of trees and shrubs. This program is carried out by County resources and it includes the following maintenance procedures:

  • Shoulder Pulling: Is utilized on roads that are in excess of 10 metres wide. This program extends the life of the road and reduces maintenance costs. This program may include drainage improvements, culvert replacement, reshaping backslopes and sideslopes, re-compacting the sub-grade, re-establishing the road surface crown, including the road surface width that the road was originally constructed, and the disposal of any rocks or shrubs.
  • Sub-Grade Preparation: Is required on roads in which the sub-grade has lost its compaction. This maintenance procedure includes re-compacting the sub-grade and re-establishing the crown on the road surface. This maintenance process is applied to roads that are nine metres wide or less.

Both maintenance procedures incorporate Gravelock, a soil stabilization product, into the sub-grade to strengthen the sub-grade.

2020 ROAD RECOVERY PROJECTS

The following Shoulder Pulling and Sub-grade Preparation Projects are scheduled for 2020:
(A sub-grade road stabilization product, will be applied to these roads.)

2020 Shoulder Pulling Projects
Location Miles Road Classification
ENE 24-46-16 Rge Rd 160 South 10.0 Collector
NNW 23-45-16  Twp Rd 454 East 0.5 Local
    Total 10.5 miles  

 

2020 Sub-grade Preparation Projects 
Location Miles Road Classification
ENE 20-45-12 Rge Rd 124 South 6.5 Arterial
ENE 12-45-15 Rge Rd 150 South 4.5 Collector
    Total 11.0 miles  

 

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