Antigo has rubblized 55 miles of 2-lane highway since 1998 in western Wisconsin. The projects were all built the same: mill the asphalt and windrow on the shoulder, rubblize the pavement, and then grade the millings back over the pavement to form a new base for an asphalt overlay. All of this was performed under flagging operations keeping one lane open to traffic at all times.
USH 14, Mazomanie to Coon Valley, Dane/Iowa/Sauk/Richland/Vernon Counties, Wisconsin, USA
7"-9" thick JPCP and JRCP
3"-5.5" thick asphalt overlay on 2.5"-6" asphalt millings