2017 & 2018 Pavement Repair Project
The FY 2017 & 2018 Pavement Rehabilitation Project involve continuous repair of deteriorated streets to return them to acceptable pavement condition standards, and extending their lifecycle. This year’s project involves at least 35 street sections which will be treated with one of several types of pavement treatments.
FY 2017 & 2018 Pavement Rehabilitation & Preventitive Maintenance Project Street List (updated September 21, 2017)
FY 2017 and FY 2018 funding from Measure B, Measure BB, Gas Tax, Vehicle Registration Fees, and from the Street System Improvement funds were combined to allow the City to engage in an additional street pavement improvement program.
The Pavement Rehabilitation & Reconstruction Program repairs severely deteriorated streets. This may involve one of three types of treatments:
1. Standard overlay of the existing street pavement with new Hot Mix Asphalt surfacing;
2. Cold In-Place Recycling (CIR) – which involves removing the top layer of asphalt, mixing the removed aggregates with a recycling agent and other additives on-site, replacing this pavement material onto the same roadway, then applying a Hot Mix Asphalt overlay;
3. Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) – which consists of pulverizing and mixing distressed asphalt and underlying pavement materials with or without the addition of stabilizing agents; using the resulting material as a base for the renewed pavement structure and adding a new Hot Mix Asphalt cap.
FY 2016 Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Project Street List (final update: September 5, 2017)