Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Rough Going On The Red Rock Scenic Loop
The Red Rock Scenic Drive, a 13-mile band of pavement into the foothills of the Spring Mountains, is scarred by some messy road construction.
Namely, the dicey work at two bridges near Miles 3 and 11.
Road contractor Wadley Construction Inc. applied the new road surface at the bridge areas at the wrong temperature, so Wadley had to rip up the newly-minted pavement.
So what's left is a nasty and bumpy washboard surface that is dangerous for road cyclists.
For previous Bicycle Stories coverage of the contractor's pitiful performance on the scenic drive,
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