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Pavement preservation projects help extend the useful life of roads and can delay when they need to be repaved, avoiding expensive and disruptive rehabilitation projects. This was a project on Atherton Oaks Drive in Black Point, near Novato, that was completed during last year’s paving season.
Bolinas Road, a primary route between Ross Valley and West Marin, is one of the storm-damaged roads in Marin County and access has been limited to just one lane at milepost 1.34 near Fairfax since January 2023.
Pavement preservation treatments, such as the asphalt-rubber chip seal treatment shown here applied to a West Marin road, helps extend the lifecycle of pavement by keeping it in good condition, thereby avoiding the need for exponentially more expensive and disruptive roadway rehabilitation projects.
Pavement preservation treatments help extend the useful life of pavement by keeping it in good condition, thereby avoiding the need for exponentially more expensive rehabilitation projects. For the 2022/23 fiscal year, Marin County Public Works will improve 13% of the County-maintained road network. This image shows a pavement preservation treatment project completed last year on Fallon Two Rock Road near Dillon Beach in West Marin. The project won an award in 2022 from the Western Regional Association of Pavement Preservation.