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1.74 Surface Repair

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In order for bicycle paths to be safe and functional, it is necessary to maintain them. Over time, paths incur damage due to use and must be repaired to preserve safety for users of the path. Surface repair typically involves filling potholes, but can also involve fixing cracks, or resurfacing asphalt. Natural surfaces typically degrade over time. A path surfaced with crushed stone or wood chips needs to be periodically resurfaced to ensure safety.

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