Tables showing the data obtained from specific locations along Highway 402 are provided here from testing conducted on April 29, 2019. As discussed in previous articles this data contains information about the disturbance in the test vehicle’s motion caused the surface conditions of the highway. The areas of greatest concern exist primarily in the westbound lanes of Highway 402.
The table below shows the data obtained while travellling eastbound commencing from Centre Road near Strathroy, Ontario to Miller Road approaching London, Ontario.
The table below shows the data obtained from travelling westbound on Highway 402 from Miller Road, west of London, Ontario, to Hickery Road, near Strathroy, Ontario.
As mentioned previously, there are a number of segments of Highway 402 that contain poor surface conditions. The photos below were taken in the westbound lanes of Highway 402 just west of Olde Drive on June 14, 2019. It can be noted that nothing has changed since similar photos were taken (and uploaded in previous articles) on May 21, 2019.
Gorski Consulting is presently working on the compilation of the data obtained from the Red Hill Valley Parkway in Hamilton, Ontario. This data was obtained on May 15, 2019 or just a couple of days before the Parkway was re-surfaced. It will be of interest as there has been considerable controversy since a road surface testing report became lost showing poor surface conditions. The report was then found resulting in public outcry after suggestions that the surface conditions resulted in a number of collisions on the Parkway. The testing performed by Gorski Consulting examines different surface parameters than those in the lost report. This data will be reported in an upcoming article.