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TxDOT implementation contract with UTA aims to reduce pavement cracking, stabilize slopes

(University of Texas at Arlington) A University of Texas at Arlington civil engineering professor has received a $1.2 million Texas Department of Transportation contract to implement a system to improve sub-base repair of roads that would reduce pavement cracking and thus improve pavement maintenance.
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