The Pierce County Planning and Public Works Department in Washington state used a $1.1 million federal grant to partially fund the installation of a "high-friction" road surface on several winding county roads. The aggregate and epoxy resin create a surface that is more skid-resistant and has been "shown nationally to be effective at increasing safety and reducing collisions on roadway curves."
Wash. county installs skid-resistant road surface
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