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Development of Revised Pavement Condition Indices for Portland Cement Concrete Pavement for the WSDOT Pavement Management System


Revised pavement condition indices that address specific pavement distress types have been proposed for WSDOT (Washington State Dept. of Transportation) to use on PCC (Portland cement concrete) pavements. The indices are related to the types of distress that WSDOT experiences on its PCC pavements and are calibrated to the damage levels that it has adopted for rehabilitation or reconstruction activities.

  • Date Published: November, 2008
  • Publication Number: WA-RD 682.3
  • Last Modified: April 16, 2009
  • Author: Newton Jackson.
  • Originator: Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
  • # of Pages: 31 p., 291.61 KB (PDF)
  • Subject: Pavement management systems, Portland cement concrete, Metrics (Quantitative assessment), Pavement performance, Pavement maintenance, Pavement distress, Roughness, Rehabilitation, Wear, Cracking of concrete pavements.
  • Keywords: Portland cement concrete, pavement condition indices, pavement distress deduct values, wear, IRI, cracking, faulting
  • Related Publications: Assessment of the I-5 Portland Cement Concrete Pavements in King County (WA-RD 682.1); Assessment of the I-5 Portland Cement in King County: Executive Summary (WA-RD 682.2)

This abstract was last modified May 9, 2009