Performance of a series of transverse lines applied to a relatively new concrete pavement, utilizing primes and pretreatments, is reported. The report includes descriptions of the location of test lines and types of paint and pretreatments, performance histories, and analysis of results. Chlorinated rubber, epoxy, and urethane paints were the most durable. Neither pretreatment nor the use of primes significantly increased durability.
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Rahal, Assaf S., "Durability of Traffic Paint on Portland Cement Concrete Pavements" (1971). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1148.