Recycling and rehabilitation can be used to address many road defects including rutting, cracking, profiling and polishing. Recent advances allow the addition of engineered materials to modify the structural strength of marginal materials that may have been used in the original construction.
12-Year Performance Review of Bloomington Road (York Region Road 40) Rehabilitation using Cold In-Place Recycling and a 6.7 mm Fine Stone Mastic Asphalt
2017-CTAA Twelve-Year Performance Review of Bloomington Road (York Region Road 40) Rehabilitation using Cold-In-Place Recycling and a 6.7mm Fine Stone Mastic Asphalt
1940-Waterproofed Mechanical Stabilization-A Discussion of a Cooperative Investigation-Baskin and McLeod
1999 – Usage of Emulsion Mixes to Mitigate the Effect of Subgrade Movements – Croteau, Boston and Davidson
2001 – A Twenty Year Performance Review of Cold In-Plave Recycling in North America – Croteau and Davidson