Langram Rd., Put-in-Bay

Each year at its Annual Meeting, Flexible Pavements of Ohio (FPO) recognizes projects that demonstrate exceptional quality in asphalt pavement construction. These awards represent a diverse spectrum of pavement types from Ohio's interstate system with some of the highest traffic volumes in the nation, to low volume rural roadways, to airport runways, and commercial facilities.

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Erie Blacktop and Ottawa Co. Engineer

Ottawa County Road 163, Langram Road and bike path, Put-in-Bay. Erie Blacktop built the project for the Ottawa County Engineer, Dave Brunkhorst. The Langram Road bike path resulted from the widening of Ottawa County Road 163. The widened buildup uses a crushed stone base and 6 ¾ inches of asphalt pavement. Paving on Put-in-Bay Island is no easy task given the fact that no asphalt plant exists there. Bikers and hikers arriving at Put-in-Bay this summer will be pleasantly surprised with their newest and smoothest asphalt pavement.