Cleveland airport's runway improvement project features "collapsible concrete"

08/19/2013 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

The installation of 400 feet of "collapsible concrete" is part of a $20 million runway makeover at Cleveland's Burke Lakefront Airport, according to this article. That stretch of concrete will help planes stop or slow down in cases of emergency landings where the plane can't brake on it own. The safety project is slated for completion in three months.

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