Photo Courtesy of City of Philadelphia Controller's Office Puddles on Taxiway S at Philadelphia International Airport show signs of rutted asphalt. Related Links: Boston First To Use Warm-Mix Asphalt on U.S. Runway Branson, Mo., Runway Collapse Triggers Lawsuit The Philadelphia city controller is at odds with a local contractor and the city's Division of Aviation over a 2009 taxiway repaving project at the Philadelphia International Airport.During an October 2011 closeout walk-through at the airport, the controller's office determined Taxiway S, which had been repaved two years earlier, was rutting. The controller claims the contractor, A.P. Construction, Philadelphia, did not use
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