Because RCC does not rut or shove as large trucks stop, start and turn, the length of life for the pavement as well as less maintenance costs added to the benefits for the RCC interstate exchange. Source: ACPA, Concrete Pavement Progress, Qtr. 3, 2018
RCC quality control and quality assurance requires extensive testing of individual ingredients – aggregates, cementitious materials, water, and admixtures; and testing of the RCC mixtures to determine the properties of fresh and hardened RCC.
Source: RCC Pavement Council
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