A set of railroad tracks runs through the Fred Weber yard. Along these railroad tracks there were a few nasty potholes.
This was in dire need of repair. Old rubber pads on either side of the crossing had worn out and made for a bumpy ride.
Repairing asphalt surrounding at-grade railroad crossings can be harder than it looks. But here is how FDOT and CSX managed the task to its best outcome.
Atlanta’s light rail commuter system, Marta, connects a cross section of the greater metro area, with four lines reaching out from central part of the city.
Repair to a key at-grade intersection on the 80-mile stretch between New Bern and Selma, North Carolina, a particularly scenic, rural area in the eastern section of the state.