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Pavements are designed, constructed, and maintained to provide adequate support for loads imposed by traffic, and to provide a uniformly firm, stable, smooth, all-weather surface.  To achieve these objectives, the [[Soil Characteristics|subgrade]], [[:Category:300 BASES|base]], [[:Category:605 Underdrainage|underdrainage]] and pavement must function together properly so that the pavement will not fail under the predicted traffic loads.
 
Pavements are designed, constructed, and maintained to provide adequate support for loads imposed by traffic, and to provide a uniformly firm, stable, smooth, all-weather surface.  To achieve these objectives, the [[Soil Characteristics|subgrade]], [[:Category:300 BASES|base]], [[:Category:605 Underdrainage|underdrainage]] and pavement must function together properly so that the pavement will not fail under the predicted traffic loads.
  
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|'''Pavement Rehabilitation, Guide'''
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|[http://library.modot.mo.gov/RDT/reports/Ri00008/Brf02013.pdf Summary 2003]
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|[http://library.modot.mo.gov/RDT/reports/Ri00008/RDT02013.pdf Report 2002]
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|'''See also:''' [http://www.modot.gov/services/OR/byDate.htm Innovation Library]
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Pavements are designed, constructed, and maintained to provide adequate support for loads imposed by traffic, and to provide a uniformly firm, stable, smooth, all-weather surface. To achieve these objectives, the subgrade, base, underdrainage and pavement must function together properly so that the pavement will not fail under the predicted traffic loads.

Pavement Rehabilitation, Guide
Summary 2003
Report 2002
See also: Innovation Library