Kentucky Geological Survey Report of Investigations

Abstract

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet maintenance cost data for landslides and rockfalls were associated with geology along Kentucky roadways in a three-phase study. Work-order costs collected over 7 yr were divided into 1-mi segments, and the segment midpoints were assigned to geologic formation. Formations that were expensive to maintain were not necessarily those that were the most frequently repaired and vice versa. Costs and frequency of repair were greater in eastern and northern Kentucky, where slope and relief are greater than in other parts of the state and shale-bearing geologic units prevail.

Publication Date

2015

Series

Series XII

Report Number

Report of Investigations 34

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.13023/kgs.ri34.12

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