OTTAWA – The Canadian city and state governments are looking for better ways to deal with all their brick problems. But now they do not accurately determine if the repair will succeed over time, says the author who is about to complete the study of road blocking.
Engineers Dave Heen says that some of the cars can repair long-term roads to make sure the vehicles are traveling in a collision course.
"Everything they do is make new things," says Hein. They are called "very personal" for the steadfast drivers who pay for new wheels and tires, and they are fitted to fit the stops after they meet them.
"Everybody is looking for a magic bullet, nobody caught a magic bullet," said Canadian Transportation Association Cohen Hein. The Association is studying technical issues related to highways, highways and urban transport.
In an interview with the Canadian press, Heine declared: "Nobody does anything to look at what someone is doing better than somebody else does."
Experiments were carried out with various materials and new technologies for exploration work with cities and towns and provincial and territorial governments.
From the observation engine of the Piping 5000, Ottawa and Thunderbird, Ontoyt, Crownebrück, BC, and Montréal, road mechanically filling crashes and explosives. – Make sure the repairs are fast and they're monotonous.
Others have been searching for hot and cold mixtures of asphalt and other materials than others used in the past.
The city of Toronto usually uses a hot alloy, and in 2018, it has recorded about four million millimeters of it with a substance, which is a two-year increase, decreasing from 2014 to 2014.
Montreal was reported to have grossed approximately 122,000 people last year. In Saskatchewan, Edmotton's 600,000 bricks were reported, with about 100,000 of them. Hein said the numbers could not be verified.
He says that cities using other hot mixtures like Vancouver, Calgary and Regina are using better heat using other methods. There seems to have been little success with the use of alternative options such as Yale Kanniff and Saskatchel.
However, however, how long, how long will it take to do the job?
"We do not put it to rot," he concluded, "how do we put it to rot," he concluded.
Proper training can be done by the Municipal Councils so that good work can be done and provided to them for a little longer.
"Cleaning, preparing and drawing etc. are kept in small cement sizes around the outside, and the precision collapse leads to better performance for all performance." He explained. "It's the job."
However, hole repairs may take one year or more. What materials or materials are used, filling the ground is only a temporary solution. Repairing a failed road means restoring everything.
Municipal Councils agree on better training and methodologies for setting up Hotner. It's paid for what they disagreed.
"This relationship has occurred between building new infrastructures and maintaining existing infrastructure." "New things give priority to new things, maintenance things, it's not sexually."
In some cities, they are confounded by responding to social networking sites over social media rather than by renovating them.
He explained that "social media is weaker than members." "Therefore, because they do not do engineering work, they respond to politicians because they have seen on Facebook."
The final report in April took place.