Fiscal Year 2020 Pavement Improvement Project
The City recently completed the implementation of a $12M street repair and rehabilitation program involving more than 42 lane miles of roadway. The program was completed in October 2020.
Residents along the 114 segments of streets included in the project received 72-hour notice of the exact time of the work from project contractor DeSilva Gates Construction.
Street segments in the annual Pavement Improvement Projects are chosen based on a third-party engineer’s evaluation of pavement condition, internal City Maintenance Services Department reports of needed repair, public and City Council member input, and opportunities for efficiency identified through geographic grouping.
In addition to street repair and rehabilitation work—ranging from spot sealing to full-depth reclamation and restoration—improvements included new curb ramps and bicycle lanes, along with restriping.
The City’s annual Pavement Improvement Project is funded through a combination of Alameda County Measure B and BB transportation sale tax revenue, gas tax revenue, state vehicle registration fees, and the California Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.