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Been a load of road resurfacing going on here (Worthing, W Sussex). Not just potholes either. Some longer stretches of really knackered surfaces are being relaid in full. Moreover, the material being put down for this seems really good. It is smoother, quieter and gives virtually no “tyre-roar” at any speed. You only notice it when everything goes very quiet! Reminds me of the surfacing material used on French autoroutes; a millions times better than our noisy, bumpy Mways.
Anyone else noticed this on local road repairs?