Automated Pothole-Patching Machines for Cuyahoga County
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Municipal road authorities spend millions each year in traffic snarling road repairs. An automated pothole-patching machine could let a single worker do the work of an entire road crew in just a few minutes. Traditionally, road crews employ a six step method to patch a hole. Set up traffic cones, usually two lanes wider than necessary. Mark the area to be repaired. Remove damaged pavement. Apply adhesive oil to the sides and back of the hole so it bonds with the hot-mix asphalt that's being shoveled in. Finally, the patch is sealed. Let's have cities share a automated pothole-patching machine so that crews can work on curbs, sidewalks, and drives. Plus, patches fixed by an automated pothole-patching machine last longer.
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