While all elements of the surface transportation system face similar challenges that are compounded by ever-increasing demand, advancing age, and a back log of repair needs, repairing what is under the surface is critical to the longevity of rail and roadways. Trenchless technology has proven to be an ideal method for the repair of substructures due the reduction to or elimination of disruption to daily operations and traffic flow that are inherent to traditional open-cut method. Trenchless pipe ramming, pipe bursting and pneumatic piercings tools are all widely used to install new lines beneath the surface without disrupting traffic, and increasingly, DOTs and railways are turning to trenchless CIPP to structurally repair failing culverts – HammerHead® Trenchless is the only provider of Cured-in-Place-Pipe point repair solutions meeting H20 and Cooper E80 load ratings.