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Work will begin in early September to improve sections of 15 city streets using micro surfacing that will help extend life of the asphalt up to 10 years.
The alternative method to traditional roadway milling and resurfacing applies two layers of sealant and aggregate material to protect roadways that are showing moderate signs of weathering. The process takes two to three days to complete for each roadway surface.
Micro surfacing requires less time for road closures, less equipment and cost. It also reduces greenhouse gases by 44% or more, and energy use by 54%.
Some preliminary asphalt patching could begin in late August.
Then micro surfacing will begin in September for:
• South Hillcrest Avenue from Sandspur Road to West Sybelia Avenue
• Thistle Lane from Horatio Avenue to Howell Branch Road
• Druid Road from Southview Drive to Druid Drive
• Southview Drive from Oranole Road to Druid Isles Road
• Cammack Drive from Oranole Road to Druid Road
• Lake Hope Drive / Lake Charity from Druid Road to Druid Drive
• Lamorak Lane
• Galahad Lane
• Holly Court
• Tangelo Court
• Algonquin Trail from Pawnee Trail to Seneca Trail
• Tippicanoe Trail, Tonto Trail, Cheyenne Trail and Pocahontas Path – all from Arapaho Trail to Seneca Trail