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KCRC Develops Process to Extend Culvert Life

KCRC developed a low-cost and low-impact repair technique for the organization’s steel culverts with deteriorated flow lines. The rehabilitation is expected to extend the life of the culvert at least another 25 years at a fraction of the cost of a more substantial upgrade.

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Winter's Here!

Winter is here and it's time to ensure you are ready for the season. KCRC has compiled tips and resources to help you stay safe while navigating winter roads in West Michigan.

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Road Agencies Formulate Joint COVID-19 Storm Response Plan

Should a workforce be severely compromised due to COVID-19, neighboring agencies would assist during storm response efforts to ensure that the region’s main transportation arteries -- the highest volume, highest speed roads -- are cleared first.

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Road Agencies Formulate Joint COVID-19 Storm Response Plan

Should an agency be compromised by COVID-19, neighboring agencies would assist during storm response efforts to ensure that the region’s main transportation arteries -- the highest volume, highest speed roads -- are cleared first.

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KCRC Invites Community Feedback Regarding 2021 Strategic Plan

The Kent County Road Commission recently completed a draft of the organization’s 2021 strategic plan and is seeking public feedback via a short online survey.

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KCRC Develops Low-cost, Low-Impact Process to Extend Culvert Life

KCRC has developed a low-cost, low-impact repair technique for the organization’s steel culverts with deteriorated flow lines that can extend the life of the culvert for 25 years or more.

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