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Concrete Roads, Past, Present and Future

Concrete roads are now so common a feature of arterial and suburban road schemes that almost every motorist is more or less acquainted with the various designs and expedients adopted by engineers to secure good running surfaces and to guard against the formation of cracks and defective joints. J.H. Walker

Author(s): Walker, J H