Monday, May 2, 2016

Spray Paint on Centennial Trail is a Good Thing In This Case

If you've noticed spray paint on sections of the Centennial Trail, it's not graffiti. Engineers have marked up areas of the trail that need repair and are getting bids for the six major repair projects that will take place in August:

1.  Milepost .86 to 1.17 - Crack seal concrete panels.

2.  Milepost 3.6 to 5.6 - Repair corrugations and bulges.
3.  Milepost 6.8 to 9.8 - Repair tree root damage, eliminate debris/rock washouts, etc.
4.  Milepost 10.6 to 12.7 - Repair bulges, humps and tree root damage.  Joint fill on Denny Ashlock Bridge.  Eliminate rocks washing onto trail.
5.  Milepost 16.8 to 20.1 - Repair corrugations, waves and humps on separated trail portions.
6.  Milepost 29.1 to 31.9 - Repair large surface gaps from previous failed repair project.

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