The Pavement Preservation and Recycling Alliance

Better roads today.
Stronger networks tomorrow.

Road Resource provides education and support for road managers, consulting engineers, and municipal agencies working to reverse deterioration trends and break the "build-rebuild" cycle in their road networks.

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Learn each of the tools on the website with helpful explainations and checklists.

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Technical information, best practices, and tips for 18 different asphalt treatments to ensure confidence and success in application.

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Learn how you can get ahead of the curve by providing the network perspective for your agency clients.

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Free tools and assets to advocate for your network plans, including video, powerpoint, signage, and social media posts.

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What Treatment
is Right for my Road?

Enter information about your
pavement to learn possible
treatments to consider

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Scroll through photos of distressed
roads to identify possible solutions
for your pavement

Progress is Possible.

Cook County Saves
Approximately 50% with FDR

Cook County needed to rebuild 2 miles of deteriorating roadway, representing 27,000 square yards of road surface in the city of Orland Park. Full-depth reclamation was chosen over a more traditional remove and replace approach because it meant that deep, underlying pavement problems could be resolved and structural performance targets met at a fraction of the cost.

  • Icon money 45-55% Cost Savings
  • Icon leaf 98-99% Reduction In Hauling
  • Icon recycle 27,000 Sq YRDS Recycled
  • Icon clock 4 Days vs. 5-10 Days


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Not sure where to start?

Use this website roadmap to guide you
through the tools and concepts on

Technical Resources to understand the treatments
and materials that fuel network improvement

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