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SOME DRIVERS HOPEFUL ABOUT STREET REPAIRS

“Some of the potholes are just nasty. They can break an axle, it seems, and it’s definitely a problem in the city.” Read the full article at CHRON Website

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PAVING PARADISE: THE PERILS OF IMPERVIOUS SURFACES

Can you guess which four aspects of design are the most important to building a top of the line parking surface?   Read the full article at WBDG website  

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PAVING PARADISE: THE PERILS OF IMPERVIOUS SURFACES

Pavement covers 43,000 square miles in the US alone. What kinds of problems does this create?   Read the full article at NCBI website

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MAPS REVEAL HOW MUCH OF US IS PAVED

These maps will show you just how much paving has been installed across the United States landscape. It may be surprising.   Read the full article at Fastcoexist.com

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EXAMINER

Innovative new plastic grid pavement system is reducing parking lot construction costs and paving the way towards LID infrastructure.   Read full article at Your Houston News

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PARKWAY BAKERY ADDS TRUEGRID TO FEED TREES

The originator of the Poor Boy sandwich, owner Jay Nix, chooses TRUEGRID to pave his new parking lot at the famous Parkway Bakery and Tavern.   Watch the video WDSU News

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NEWS CH 39 HOUSTON COMPANY INTRODUCES PERMEABLE PAVING SYSTEM

Houston based micro-brewery Town in City opens its doors soon, their customers parking on an environmentally friendly and cost saving parking lot.   Watch the video at CW39 NEWSFiX

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ASCE FLOODING HOUSTON

Flooding is an increasing problem facing US metropolitan areas. Permeable pavers and low impact development can help reduce the risk of flooding.   Read full article at Claims Journal

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NEW P3 MODEL FRO GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

Public private partnership to install permeable pavers in an effort to reduce storm water runoff, increase detention volume in public areas, and improve city storm water management.   Read full article at governing.com

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