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Minnesota Local Road Research Board
Full-depth reclamation (FDR), a common strategy on rural roadways to reduce costs for materials and hauling, was validated to be a viable long-term and cost-effective option for urban and suburban asphalt pavement rehabilitation. These findings were published in two Minnesota Local Road Research Board studies from 2016. However, statewide application of Urban FDR is yet to be attained in Minnesota or widely adopted by city and county public works departments. To help cities and counties determine feasibility, the Minnesota Local Road Research Board developed informational materials on how to conduct Full-Depth Reclamation (FDR) within urban areas (i.e. curb-and-gutter, utilities, storm sewers, manholes, etc.).
Topics include:
•Basic Overview of FDR
•FDR Candidate – What to Consider
•Specification/Construction Inspection
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