Recent studies show that areas with higher pollution levels may be more vulnerable to coronavirus. This is especially relevant if you are responsible for maintaining any kind of unpaved road surface, from mining or industrial haul and access roads to township and county roads, to agricultural or energy farm roads.
For businesses that need cost-effective and long-lasting local infrastructure, road reclamation offers a non-invasive solution with minimal environmental impact.
Gravel roads can help municipalities save significantly on maintenance costs and lead to easier travel for residents — which is why Michigan lawmakers are considering investing in more of these unpaved surfaces.
With two national parks and two national monuments opening their unpaved roads to e-bikes, park officials should consider how they can cost-effectively maintain popular infrastructure.
Gravel biking is transforming the cycling community — and making the case for greater investment in unpaved gravel roads in the process.