CRCP: Virginia is for Innovation

CRCP:  Virginia is for Innovation
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Case History Report (64) - 4 pp.; 2005

The Virginia Department of Transportation first used CRCP in 1966-1967 on a 15-mile stretch of Interstate 64 through Richmond. By 1972, there were a total of 185 miles of CRCP in the state. The most recent Virginia CRCP projects are 10-inch-thick CRCP on Route 288 in Chesterfield County and 12-inch-thick CRCP at the Madison Heights Bypass in Lynchburg. The state's Smart Road near Blacksburg also contains a CRCP section, as well as asphalt and jointed concrete pavements.