It’s a “RAP”: Los Angeles County makes the best of what it’s already got


Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) has rapidly become a dependable means of resurrecting roadways in the state of California. As Greg Kelley, assistant deputy director for the Geotechnical and Materials Engineering Division of Los Angeles County, told ROADS & BRIDGES, “Every agency should consider the existing pavement materials including asphalt, base and soil as a potential resource for roadway reconstruction.”

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