The Asphalt Pavement Alliance (APA) and its Core Partners are experts in design, construction, and maintenance of asphalt pavements. To help ensure that the highest quality asphalt pavements are built across the United States’ 2.2 million miles of paved roads, the Alliance provides many free tools that have been developed for engineers and owners and are focused on proper pavement design, latest asphalt paving specifications, best practices, and news.
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This guide provides comprehensive guidance on using Thinlays for pavement preservation — including how Thinlays fit within pavement management systems, when and how they should be used based on existing pavement condition, how Thinlay mixes should be developed and specified, and best practices for Thinlay construction.
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The heightened interest in pavement preservation has specifiers looking for pavement treatments that are durable, long lasting, able to be placed in thin layers, and won’t break the budget. A treatment developed specifically for the purpose and for use in Ohio is Thinlay Asphalt Concrete.
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Get the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the benefits of pavement preservation.
Asphalt pavements are quick to construct and easy to maintain, which means safe, smooth surfaces with fewer delays for drivers.
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