Ruts have been worn in a main concrete street in our town by studded tires. The city is planning to resurface with asphalt to restore the smoothness and get rid of the puddles and ice that collect. Resurfacing with concrete would be better but the city seems to favor asphalt. Are there any new developments that would make a new concrete topping faster and cheaper to apply?
Why not try grinding? This method is proving to be more rapid and inexpensive than resurfacing with either concrete or asphalt and it is said to be completely satisfactory.