Department of Transportation

VDOT RCC Usage

Jan
01
VDOT’s First RCC Pavement

This paper summarizes a RCC project completed by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) that covers about 134,000 square feet, equivalent to 2-lane miles, at the “Park and Ride” facility in Stafford County, Virginia. Learn more about VDOT’s First RCC Pavement.
Source: M. Shabbir Hossain, Ph.D., P.E., Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation & Research

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Aug
01
Diamond Ground RCC

To provide the desired ride quality for high speed traffic SCDOT chose to diamond grind the RCC surface rather than cover it with a thin asphalt or conventional concrete surface.
Source: Portland Cement Association

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RCC on I-285

Nov
21
I-285 RCC Shoulders

Roller-compacted concrete helps the Georgia Department of Transportation complete shoulder upgrades with minimum disruption to traffic. I-285 RCC Shoulders were chosen due to the value RCC brings GDOT. Additionally, it offers their economy speed of construction, durability and longevity.
Source: Dixie Contractor

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