State Route 291 at 23rd St. in Independence, MO is a heavily traveled intersection that is also a truck route servicing heavy industry in the Kansas City area. Average daily traffic at this intersection is approximately 27,000 vehicles with 10% truck traffic. As is common at intersections, the asphalt pavement tends to rut and shove and in 2001 the Missouri DOT decided to try a thin 4” concrete overlay in order to get longer life out of the pavement. Fast forward to 2016 and the thin concrete overlay performed very well giving the intersection three times the life of the previous asphalt overlays, however some of the concrete overlay panels were starting to show their age and in need of repair or replacement. MODOT decided to replace a number of worn out areas, but given the high traffic count in this busy intersection there was a need to take a “Fast Track” approach to the reconstruction. FasTrac 300 Cement was chosen as a means to complete the concrete paving repair and allow for very fast return to traffic in order to minimize disruption to the traveling public and local businesses.
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