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Paving & Pavement Preservation 2023
Below please find our 2023 Paving & Pavement Preservation Road Work List that shows the repair method scheduled on each road. This list is provided for informational purposes only, is not all inclusive, and is subject to change. The actual work to be performed may deviate based on a number of factors, such as funding, environmental permitting, scheduling, etc. All abutters will be contacted in advance of the work and will be provided additional details regarding the specific work on their street. Please contact the DPW Engineering Division for any questions.
|ANDOVER RD||SALEM RD||NEWPORT DR||Crack Seal|
|APPLE ORCHARD DR (N)||LEXINGTON FARMS WAY||CUL DE SAC||Reclamation + Sidewalk|
|APPLE ORCHARD DR (S)||LEXINGTON FARMS WAY||CUL DE SAC||Reclamation + Sidewalk|
|BALDWIN RD||PUTNEY CIR||ALLEN RD||Mill and Overlay + Sidewalk|
|BRICK KILN RD||CHELMSFORD RD||ALPINE ST||Mill and Overlay|
|BUNKER ST||FRIENDSHIP ST||DEAD END||Mill and Overlay|
|CADY ST||MULCAHY LN||FRIENDSHIP ST||Mill and Overlay|
|CALL ST||POLLARD ST||ROGERS ST||Overlay|
|CAMPBELL RD||CONCORD RD||PHR COMPLEX||Fog Seal|
|CATHERINE AVE||PATRICK AVE||CHRISTINA AVE||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal + Sidewalk|
|CHELMSFORD RD||BOSTON RD||CHELMSFORD TL||Mill and Overlay + Sidewalk|
|CONCORD RD||PAGES CT||MIDDLESEX TPK||Fog Seal w/Crack Seal|
|COUNTRY LN||LAKE ST||FRIENDSHIP ST||Reclamation|
|ED HAYES WAY||GLAD VALLEY DR||PHR COMPLEX||Overlay|
|ELSIE AVE||RIVER ST||BRAEMORE RD||Crack Seal|
|FENNER ST||STEWART ST||FRIENDSHIP ST||Mill and Overlay|
|FRIENDSHIP ST||MIDDLESEX TPK||ROCKY LEDGE LN||Mill and Overlay|
|FRIENDSHIP ST||FENNER ST||LEXINGTON RD||Mill and Overlay|
|GLENDALE ST||MCDONOUGH WAY||DEAD END||Overlay|
|GRAY ST||HARVARD RD||BRIDGE||Crack Seal|
|INGERSOLL RD||COUNTRY LN||TERRY LN||Mill and Overlay|
|KAME TER||ROLLING HILL RD||CUL DE SAC||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal|
|LAKE ST||LEXINGTON RD||MIDDLESEX TPK||Mill and Overlay|
|LEXINGTON FARMS WAY||LEXINGTON RD||APPLE ORCHARD RD||Reclamation + Sidewalk|
|MAVERICK CIR||NILE ST||NILE ST||Cape Seal + Sidewalk|
|MCDONOUGH WAY||MYRTLE ST||WEDGEMERE ST||Mill and Overlay|
|MYRTLE ST||CALL ST||MCDONOUGH WAY||Mill and Overlay|
|NILE ST||MAVERICK CIR||CUL DE SAC||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal|
|PATRICK AVE||MAVERICK CIR||VALERIE AVE||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal + Sidewalk|
|PEACE ST||LAKE ST||DEAD END||Mill and Overlay|
|PLENTY ST||MULCAHY LN||DEAD END||Reclamation|
|PLENTY ST (S)||FRIENDSHIP ST||DEAD END||Reclamation|
|PLENTY ST (N)||FRIENDSHIP ST||DEAD END||Mill and Overlay|
|POLLARD ST||TREBLE COVE RD||CALL ST||Mill and Overlay|
|POND LN EXT||LAKE ST||FARDON ST||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal|
|PURCELL DR||TUFTS LN||CUL DE SAC||Reclamation + Sidewalk|
|RHODES ST||STEWART ST||FRIENDSHIP ST||Mill and Overlay|
|ROLLING HILL RD||ALLEN RD||CUL DE SAC||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal|
|SALEM RD||CHARME RD||BELMONT RD||Fog Seal w/Crack Seal|
|SAVAGE AVE||CHRISTINA AVE||PATRICK AVE||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal + Sidewalk|
|SOUTH ST||RHODES ST||WEST DEAD END||Reclamation|
|STEWART ST||MIDDLESEX TPK||PLENTY ST||Reclamation|
|SWAN LN||APOLLO AVE||FRIENDSHIP ST||Reclamation|
|TREBLE COVE RD||BIAGIOTTI WAY||BRIDGE ST||Cold In-Place Recycling + New Sidewalk|
|TUFTS LN||BOSTON RD||PURCELL DR||Reclamation + Sidewalk|
|TUFTS LN||PURCELL DR||DEAD END||Reclamation|
|URBAN ST||BALDWIN RD||CUL DE SAC||Mill and Overlay + Sidewalk|
|VALERIE AVE-01||COOK ST||CHRISTINA AVE||Microsurfacing w/Crack Seal + Sidewalk|
|WEDGEMERE ST||MCDONOUGH WAY||DEAD END||Mill and Overlay|
Pavement Reclamation: This is a rehabilitation technique in which the entire existing asphalt pavement and a certain depth of the existing underlying materials are uniformly crushed, pulverized, or blended, resulting in a stabilized base course. The base course is then graded to provide a proper cross section and pitch, followed by paving. Asphalt is then placed, in two layers, to a 4-inch depth. This technique is used typically on roadways where the distresses are significant or where grade adjustments are necessary.
Milling and Overlay: This is a rehabilitation technique in which the existing surface is milled (also called grinding or cold planing), followed by approximately 1 ½” layer of asphalt placement. The milling process will reshape the roadway, removing high points and will produce a relatively smooth, skid resistant surface. Milling allows us to maintain reveal on existing curbing to remain, or at driveways, where elevation is key to maintaining proper drainage. This technique is used typically on roadways where the condition is still fairly good.
Leveling and Overlay: This is a rehabilitation technique in which an initial layer of asphalt is placed directly onto the existing pavement to fill low spots in the pavement, and reshape the roadway, followed by approximately 1 ½” layer of asphalt placement. Leveling is used in areas where we have more flexibility in elevations. This technique is used typically on roadways where the condition is still fairly good.
Pavement Preservation is a preventative maintenance treatment that extends the life of the road surface in an economical way, while minimizing the inconvenience to residents and the traveling public while the work is taking place. Over the long-term, it is less expensive to maintain the road surface than to reconstruct it when it fails. These repair methods are further described below:
Fog Sealing: A Fog Seal is a thin liquid layer applied to the surface of a paved road in relatively good condition. The intent of this treatment is to seal the pavement, rejuvenate and restore the wearing surface, and provide resistance to deterioration due to the weather and sun. After a Fog Seal, the cracks are sealed with a liquid asphalt sealer. Fog Sealing typically requires minimal preparation, and only a few hours of road closure the day of the treatment.
Crack Sealing: Crack Sealing is the placement of a sealant material into cracks of an existing pavement surface to prevent excess water and moisture from penetrating the asphalt. This is a preventative measure to keep the road from deteriorating further. Crack Sealing can be done as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other treatments listed below. The Crack Sealing treatment cools in minutes and does not require road closures.
Microsurfacing: A Microsurfacing is a thin layer (3/8”) preventative maintenance treatment applied to an existing paved surface in two layers. This treatment adds a tough wearing coat that will seal and protect the existing pavement and give it a new friction course. Crack Sealing is applied to the pavement prior to Microsurfacing. Some of the cast iron structures in the street may be adjusted to final grade prior to application if deemed necessary. Minor patching and other pavement repairs are also done prior to installation of this treatment.
Cape Seal: A complete Cape seal application is done in several steps. First a full width coating of rubberized chip seal material is applied. The chip seal has a surface that can be driven on for a short time and it is rougher than standard asphalt. It has some loose chips. About a week after the chip seal, the roads will receive a microsurface coating. The finished microsurfaced road will be very similar to a standard paved surface. The “Cape Seal” term describes the complete multi-layer treatment. Some of the cast iron structures in the street may be adjusted to final grade prior to application if deemed necessary. Minor patching and other pavement repairs are also done prior to installation of this treatment.
Cold In-Place Recycling: Cold In-place Recycling (CIR) is a preservation technique for reusing the existing road material to create a new roadway surface. The old road is ground up, mixed with some additives, and immediately placed back down on the road. Additives are based off a specific mix design. After one to two weeks, a hot mix asphalt wearing surface will be put on top of the new road, making it look very similar to a typical paved surface. All structures (catch basins, manholes, and water and gas gates) will have to be reset for this treatment. CIR is a cost-effective, long-lasting, greener alternative to conventional maintenance and rehabilitation techniques.