Officials hope new repair process will make for smoother ride



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McCordsville officials have gotten some complaints from motorists about the condition of CR 600W. "I had someone tell me that he can't even ride his motorcycle along there anymore," said town councilman Tom Strayer. (Photo provided)


MCCORDSVILLE — Officials are looking into ways to address concerns about CR 600W, after a recent crack-sealing application left one of the most heavily traveled roads in the county bumpy and uneven.

According to officials, the road has a solid foundation but a lot of cracks, and the recently completed sealing of those cracks has created a rough ride for motorists. It is likely to smooth out as the temperature increases and as traffic continues to use the road, but town officials are hoping a new type of repair in the future can have a longer-term benefit.

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