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Click on headline for photo, technique used on KY 61, Harrods Fork Community of Adair County

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Patterns in the pavement - economical blacktop preservation

2017-11-01 - KY 61, Burkesville Road, Harrods Fork Community, between Sparksville & Elroy, Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
This technique for repairing cracks in pavement may have been around for a long time and hadn't caught our attention. These repairs look fresh. The patterns are entertaining, and some may look for providential symbolism in it. Our first impression: The repairs make sense, both in terms of economy and maybe safety. Drivers and occupants feel, at least in most cars, and should tend to slow down a bit. Clicking Read More accesses a North Carolina Department of Highways YouTube video on the maintenance technique. Comments welcome. - EW

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