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Infrastructure Watch

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Driving South on I-95 just past the Golden Glades Interchange feels like you're off-roading it in Bangladesh or somewhere because, well, for some reason that's the only section of the highway besides bridges that's surfaced in concrete, and it's currently being repaired. Unlike asphalt, concrete highways are repaired piecemeal, with sections being poured and then ground down for a smooth finish. Until they grind that shit down it'll be bump, bump, bump all the way home. [WLRN]