Better Roads Magazine, October 2011
Pavement preservation expert Larry Galehouse talks about tools and strategies that make sense for surviving the Great Recession
By Kirk Landers
“In times like these, the pavement manager’s most basic strategy is to keep sound pavements sound and keep bad pavements from becoming unsafe or unusable.”
So spoke Larry Galehouse, director of the National Center for Pavement Preservation, in an interview with Better Roads.
Indeed, Galehouse, one of the nation’s foremost experts on pavement preservation, sees the diminished road budgets of the Great Recession as a litmus test for pavement management strategies.