If you've ever wondered how much paint is used to mark roadways around Strathmore, the town provided us an answer.

According to staff, around 700 gallons of paint is used to mark lines throughout the area.

The infrastructure department is testing a new product at several downtown intersections.

PREMARK is a thermoplastic material made from 60 per cent recycled content and staff told us it will last 6-8 times longer than traditional paint.

It's done by laying the paint out and then melting it onto the pavement with a torch.

Staff work on roadway lines in the Town of Strathmore.(Photo Courtesy: Town of Strathmore)

If you notice roadway lines that need a touch up, you can contact the town by submitting a Citizen Communication form.