Details equipment, operation and application of materials used when repairing pavement using asphalt chip seals. Discusses various types of materials and aggregates and their proper use in a variety of circumstances. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (22:00). (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series).
Presents a discussion with field demonstration of the various methods and materials for preparation and sealing of cracks in asphalt pavements. Also reviews methods employed by several government agencies. (1993) - VHS VIDEO (15:00).
Focuses on the philosophy, purpose and benefits of placing an asphalt overlay on damaged pavement. Describes planning, preparation, production and placement. VHS VIDEO, PROGRAM GUIDE. (1994) - VHS VIDEO (16:00).
Presents a system for investigating pavement distress and performance. Looks at environmental and structural causes. Identifies various types of asphalt pavement failures and classifies those failures on a scale of 1-10 (10 being perfect). Also discusses remedies for repairing or rehabilitating damaged pavements. Also available as part of the “PASER Series” – #18390. (1995) - VHS VIDEO (46:00), MANUAL.
Designed to give local road crews information needed to effectively inspect asphalt paving operations. Three parts cover preliminary responsibilities, paving operation and problems. - VHS VIDEO (60:00).
Demonstrates good procedures to use in repairing base and subbase failures in roads due to excessive moisture. Covers extensive repairs and rebuilding for long life. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (16:00).
Presents recommended minimum requirements for proper signing of the short term work zone. Discusses the applications for both stationary and moving work zones, and various adaptations that have to be employed to provide effective traffic control. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (11:00). (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series).
Describes construction of an improved longitudinal hot mix asphalt joint whose purpose is to join two sections of newly paved asphalt roads. Covers key practices and safety and performance benefits. (1998) - VHS VIDEO (8 min.)
Focuses on various aspects of chip seal application, a road surfacing process which consists of one or more applications of liquid asphalt aggregate to give pavement a waterproof, skid resistant surface. (n.d.) - VHS VIDEO (40:00)
An overview of fly ash stabilization on sub grade soils and recycled asphalt pavements. Demonstrates the process and highlights the benefits. (2002) - VHS VIDEO (12:00)
Presents a broad overview of the causes of problems in street and road systems. Discusses the source of failures in asphalt pavements, Portland cement concrete pavements and surface treatment roads. Deals with gravel roads, shoulders both paved and unpaved, and drainage problems, presenting typical causes of problems with these types of roads. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (21:00)
Highlights the importance of well maintained ditches. Discusses the need for proper drainage. Details 2 methods which can be used for cleaning ditches. Stresses the importance of cleaning out culverts and inlets.(1989) – VHS VIDEO (17:00). (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series)
June 18, 1992 satellite videoconference covering various aspects of asphalt road maintenance for elected officials and managers. Topics include effective asphalt pavement patching and crack sealing. Illustrates good practice and emphasizes the need for management commitment to improve performance. (1992) - VHS VIDEO (90:00)
Reviews the process and benefits of foam injection recycling – an alternative process used for recycling asphalt pavements. Intended for elected officials and managers interested in asphalt recycling. (2001) - VHS VIDEO (8:00)
Explains how foamed asphalt is made and used. Shows both laboratory examples and field construction methods. Applications include stabilized base and cold mix surfacing using recycled asphalt pavement. (2001) - VHS VIDEO (10:00)
Provides an overview of how forest roads and the environment interact with each other. Serves as an introduction to maintenance of low volume roads. Highlights several issues that benefit from proper maintenance activities, including water temperature, fish habitat and aggregate surfacing loss. (Part 1 of Forest Roads and the
Environment Series, complete series also available – #18828) (2002) - VHS VIDEO (18:00)
Six part production providing information on rural gravel and dirt road maintenance. Set in federal forests, but the basic information is helpful for all rural low volume roads. Each segment is also available individually – most in video and one in DVD format (see item # following each segment title. 1. Forest Roads and the Environment (#18554) (18:00). – 2. Reading the Traveled Way (#18560) (16:00). – 3. Reading Beyond the Traveled Way (#18559) (17:00). – 4. Smoothing and Reshaping the Traveled Way (#18561) (18:00). – 5. Maintaining the Ditch and Surface Cross Drains (#18556) (16:00). – 6. Dangerous Travelers (#18818) (26:00). (2006) – DVD (116:00 – total).
Intended as a review for field evaluation and rating gravel roads by local agency officials. Describes common distress in gravel roads. Uses distress to rate gravel roads in the PASER rating system. The Gravel-PASER manual is the text and field guide for implementation. Also available as part of “PASER Series” – #18390. (2000) - VHS VIDEO (15:00), GRAVEL-PASER MANUAL.
Introduces the various elements of gravel road maintenance. Segments include: Safety, Roadway Shape, Good Surface Gravel and Dust Control. (2005) – DVD (21:00) , CD WITH ACCOMPANYING INSTRUCTOR GUIDE AND MANUAL.
Useful for local officials and others with responsibility for establishing load limits on roads and streets during the spring snow melt and thaw. Covers some good general ideas but care must be used in developing a specific highway use program for particular areas. Provides good backup material to defend actions taken by local officials. (1986) - VHS VIDEO (26:00)
Brief comprehensive presentation on how to stay safe in a hot mix hazardous work area. Includes important safety tips and procedures about working with hazardous hot-mix material near traffic and heavy equipment. Valuable safety lesson for crews involved in paving, sealcoat, and patching work, and their supervisors. (2011) – DVD (12:00).
Describes how truck axle loads affect pavement performance. Shows how pavement failures occur and the dramatic effects overloaded vehicles have on pavement life. (1988) - VHS VIDEO (11:00)
Demonstrates patching large areas of damaged or deteriorated asphalt pavement using graders, rollers, brooms and trucks. This method is useful in areas too large for normal hand methods of repair. VHS VIDEO (12:00)
Provides information on the make-up of gravel roads emphasizing features which are critical to proper performance. Discusses various types of failure in gravel roads and gives tips on how to correct problems with a motor grader. Offers advice on operational techniques for using a motor grader in maintaining gravel roads. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (27:00) (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series)
Reviews steps in hot mix asphalt production and paving. Includes aggregate production, a gravel aggregate source, control house, drum mixer, bag house, storage silo and paving. VHS VIDEO (9:00)
Reviews steps in hot mix asphalt production and paving. Includes quarry blasting, aggregate production, control house, drum mixer, bag house, storage silo and paving. VHS VIDEO (8:00)
Covers the sources and control of dust from aggregate pits, quarries and asphalt hot mix plants. Includes practical tips for dust control. (1997) - VHS VIDEO (4:00)
Three PASER training videos on one tape. Each is also available separately by requesting the number indicated. Includes Asphalt-PASER (46:00) – #17761; Gravel-PASER (15:25) – #18385; Sealcoat-PASER (13:05). Intended for use in learning how to evaluate and rate pavement conditions using the PASER manuals. (2000) VHS VIDEO (75:00 – total), 3 PASER MANUALS.
Presents the basic steps involved in doing quality repair of surface irregularities or failures of an unpaved gravel road. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (11:00)
Focuses on recommended repair techniques for a variety of pavement structures. VHS VIDEOS. SEE INDIVIDUAL TITLES FOR MORE COMPLETE INFORMATION.
Three part video describing basic paving and rolling operations for hot mix asphalt. Includes many practical tips for quality control and safety. Segments include “Paving site work practices for quality” (8:40) – “Paver operations for quality” (10:46) – “Roller operations for quality” (10:30). Includes English language version followed by Spanish. (2000) - VHS VIDEO (31:00 – total)
Shows some of the hazards of concrete and asphalt pavement operations. Emphasizes taking personal responsibility for being aware of the changing hazards during paving operations. (1998) – VHS VIDEO (11:00). (Highway Work Zone Safety Series.)
Stresses critical requirements for successful pothole patching. Provides recommendations on pothole patching that will provide long life as well as pointing out areas that would not benefit from patching. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (17:00). (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series)
Demonstrates the correct procedures for repairing potholes in asphalt concrete pavement. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (13:00)
Presents the 8 basic steps necessary to properly repair potholes in a surface treatment (seal coat only) pavement. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (13:00)
Good overview of the benefits and current techniques used to preserve pavements. Covers initial condition assessment, importance of timing and climatic effects. Discusses crack and joint sealing, surface seals, functional enhancements and minor rehabilitation for asphalt and concrete pavements. (2000) - VHS VIDEO (30:00)
Three part presentation examines the environment of gravel roads and the aggregate materials used to surface them; problems with gravel roads and how to prevent them; and maintenance equipment and techniques. (1995) - VHS VIDEO (55:00)
Gives a national perspective on preventive highway maintenance. Presents several state approaches and benefits to preserving pavements. Encourages consideration of these techniques at the state & local level. VHS VIDEO (14:00)
Focuses on understanding what the condition of a forest road is and providing insights on how to proactively avoid costly repairs by properly addressing the road in its current condition. Looks at common problems of gravel and unimproved roads, including rutting, washboarding, potholes, destroyed road template, cracks, flour, loss of surfacing, excessive vegetation, water bypassing the surface cross drains, damaged or filled cattleguards, damage to bridges and fords. (Part 2 of Forest Roads and the Environment Series, complete series also available – #18828). (2002) - VHS VIDEO (16:00)
Demonstrates a process that allows you to create a new road by using materials from the old road. VHS VIDEO (15:00)
Points out the important features of the properly drained and sloped shoulder. Establishes some standards as to when shoulders require replenishing and regrading. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (19:00)
Intended as a review of field evaluation and rating of gravel roads with a sealcoat surface. Describes common distress in gravel roads with an asphalt chip seal surface. Covers evaluation and training for local agency officials. The Sealcoat-PASER manual is the text and field guide for implementation. Also available as part of “PASER Series” – #18390. (2000) – VHS VIDEO (13:00), SEALCOAT-PASER MANUAL.
Provides road maintenance workers with a lesson on how to apply a high quality “chip seal”, a sealant composed of an asphalt binder followed by a layer of crushed rock. (1993) - VHS VIDEO (16:00)
Illustrates a variety of types of shoulder maintenance problems that normally exist on a road system. Points out the importance of grading shoulders properly with the correct equipment. Provides ideas and tips which may be adapted to individual situations. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (21:00). (Pavement Structure Repair Techniques Series)
Basic presentation of the steps necessary for restoring the quality of a gravel or earth road. Demonstrates that the restoration of gravel roads can be relatively economical and easy. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (21:00)
Provides a detailed step-by-step process for smoothing and reshaping unsurfaced roads. Topics covered include crowned roads, insloped roads, outsloped roads and transition sections. Focuses on forest surface roads, but is appropriate for unsurfaced roads in other locations as well. (Part 4 of Forest Roads and the
Environment Series, complete series also available – #18828). (2002) - VHS VIDEO (18:00)
Focuses on measures recommended to protect water quality at a quarry site. Covers stormwater, aggregate wash water, etc. (1997) - VHS VIDEO (5:00).
A complete presentation on maintaining gravel roads. Discusses how to select the right materials, types of surface failures, appropriate remedial action and types of equipment to use and tips for getting maximum benefit. (1992) - VHS VIDEO (37:00).
Provides some good ideas on developing effective maintenance patrol operations. Presents information on proper road signs, guard rails and barriers, and shoulder maintenance. Refer to state and local standards when carrying out the maintenance program. (1992) - VHS VIDEO (37:00).
Focuses on the Superpave system – Superior Performing Asphalt Pavements – which employs a new binder specification and volumetric mix design and analysis. VHS VIDEO (13:00).
Presents recommended procedures for completing utility cuts on paved roads from initial planning through final clean up. Part One (18:45) focuses on utility coordination and control, locating existing utilities and traffic control. Part Two (22:00) covers pavement cutting, excavation, backfilling, surface restoration and site clean up. VHS VIDEO (41:00 – total).
Provides a brief explanation of what hot mix asphalt is and how it is prepared and applied. (1994) - VHS VIDEO (12:00).