The only way to keep potholes from coming back is to repair them effectively – but long-lasting fixes aren’t easy in Canada’s climate. To help road authorities tackle this challenge, TAC’s newly-released Best Practices for Pothole Repairs in Canada looks at current approaches to fixing potholes in Canada, and at effective techniques used by domestic and international agencies. It recommends strategies for temporary and long-term patching for spring, summer and winter, and discusses how to evaluate and select patching products for common road surfaces.

This webinar by David Hein, P.Eng., lead author of the new TAC guide, will cover key topics including the primary causes of potholes, the role of pavement preservation and maintenance in preventing them, appropriate field and laboratory testing to evaluate the effectiveness of pothole repair materials, and techniques and best practices for pothole repairs.   

Members $99.00
Non-members $129.00

PROMOTION: Those registering for the webinar will receive a 20% discount when they purchase one copy of the Best Practices for Pothole Repairs in Canada (2019). A promo code will be provided as part of the webinar confirmation email.  Offer valid until 2019-09-30.


Live Webinar: Best Practices for Pothole Repairs in Canada 20182

  • Thursday Sep 12 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM