A Magnificent Mile

April 27, 2017

Interlocking concrete pavement replaces a long, busy asphalt road in Westley, California

Located in between mountains and Roadside America off Exit 441 of Interstate 5 at Westley, California, Howard Road handles much heavy truck traffic to and from “The 5.” Faced with worn asphalt pavement in need of replacement, the Stanislaus Public Works Director, Matt Machado, PE, LS, accepted the challenge of designing a long-term, economical pavement solution for the road using interlocking concrete pavement. This resulted in the largest publicly owned stretch of concrete pavers in California, about one mile (1.6 km) long.

To read the full article, click here to visit the Interlock Design webpage.