Town-Wide Roadway Resurfacing

Published June 28, 2018 | Highway Department | Updated August 2, 2018 | Automatically Archived on 9/30/2018

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The Sudbury Public Works Department will be implementing the first year of its Pavement Management Program. This year’s program, which totals approximately $1.2M, is focused on pavement preservation. This work is scheduled to commence July 9, 2018 and continue throughout the summer. Schedules are subject to change due to unforeseen conditions that are out of the control of the Public Works Department including weather, equipment-related issues and other contractor commitments. Additional work may be added or work limits may be altered as budgets and construction season allows. The 2018 Pavement Program Details including the list of streets proposed for resurfacing can be found here.  

Below is a summary of the proposed projects for 2018.

2018 Town-Wide Roadway Resurfacing Summary*

Treatment Type: Length (feet): Length (miles):
Crack-Seal 37,807 7.2
Micro-Surface 15,500 2.9
Cape-Seal 12,200 2.3
Mill & Overlay 10,600 2.0
Totals: 76,107 14.4

*  1. Quantities listed are approximate only and are subject to change.

    2. A schedule of roadways for the above-listed treatment types is available in     the attached Program Details.


Note: All roadwork starts at 7:00 AM and may continue into the evening hours as needed. Crack-sealing may be performed during the evening hours.

If you have any questions please call the Public Works Offices (8:00 AM – 3:30 PM) at (978) 440-5421.


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