Experimental Projects

Statewide Experimental Pavement Projects Overview

The objective of experimental pavement projects is to assess the performance of new and innovative pavement materials and designs applied to in-service roadways. The Pavement Material Systems section collects, analyzes, and publishes pavement performance data for each project. Information from these projects is used to evaluate the long-term performance and benefits of each material, treatment, or design.

Experimental Pavement Project Reports and Journal Publications

2020SR-222 Micro Surfacing Project PerformanceReport
2018A Long-Term Performance Evaluation of an Experimental Concrete OverlayJournal (external link)
2018I-295/SR9A Joints EvaluationReport
2016Effectiveness of Crack Relief Techniques to Mitigate Reflective Cracking in Asphalt Overlaid Concrete PavementReport
2016FDOT's Concrete Test Road (click to visit page)Report
2013Evaluation of Soil Stabilized Columns Used for Flexible Pavement Embankment Support and Settlement ControlReport
2013Long-Term Evaluation of Geosynthetic Reinforcement of a Flexible Pavement Constructed over a Thick Organic Soil DepositReport
2013Performance Evaluation of Graded Aggregate as a Base MaterialReport
2012Evaluation of an Asphalt Rubber Membrane Interlay to Mitigate Reflective Cracking: Baker County SR 2 Experimental ProjectReport
2011Performance Evaluation of Limerock, Cemented Coquina, and Shell Rock as a Base MaterialReport
2010A 30-Year Performance Evaluation of a Two-Layer Concrete Pavement SystemReport
2005Performance Evaluation of Crack-and-Seat Rehabilitation Strategy: A 10-Year PerspectiveReport
2002Florida's Experience with Crack-and-Seat Rehabilitation StrategyReport
2000Performance Evaluation of Crack-and-Seat Rehabilitation Projects on I-10Report
1998Rubbilization of Concrete PavementsReport
1998The Effectiveness of Keyways in Longitudinal Joints of Concrete PavementsReport
1992Evaluation of Graded Aggregate as a Base MaterialReport

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