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  • Posted: Jun 13
    A record crowd of more than 200 representatives from road agencies, contracting companies, highway departments, engineering companies contractors and suppliers attended the 2018 ND Asphalt Conference April 10-11.
  • Posted: Jun 12
    Join NSC and thousands of organizations nationwide as we work to ensure No One Gets Hurt. Observed annually in June, National Safety Month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.
  • Posted: Jun 4
    Previously, low construction and maintenance costs for pavements allowed local jurisdictions to pave large portions of their roadway network. More recently, construction and maintenance costs for asphalt roadways have risen faster than inflation and, more importantly, funding. Because of this, local roadway jurisdictions are un-paving, or reverting roadways back to an engineered gravel surface. The process has been used in more than half of the states in the United States, in Canada, and in Finland. It requires proper equipment, materials, final roadway grading and full public support to be successful. This document will review current practices including some researched best practices from NDLTAP, FHWA, and other sources.
  • Posted: May 22
    The need to be seen is critical for worker safety. Low visibility is a serious hazard for all workers who perform work tasks near moving traffic.
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