Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Pacifica streets considered "at-risk or poor"

Bay City News Service

Bay Area roads have been consistently mediocre for nearly a decade, according to data released
Tuesday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

In a survey that graded the 43,000 miles of streets and roads throughout the area, local cities and counties received a grade ranging from 44 to 86 on a 100-point scale.


Numerous area cities have streets that scored below 60, considered at-risk or poor according to the pavement condition index. 

Those cities are Albany, Belmont, Benicia, Berkeley, Calistoga, Cotati, East Palo Alto, Millbrae, Moraga, Orinda, Pacifica, Petaluma, Rio Vista, San Anselmo, San Leandro, Vallejo and unincorporated areas of Marin, Napa and Sonoma counties. 


Posted by Steve Sinai


Anonymous said...

$1,000,000 million dollars should go towards street maintenance per year. The city was $12,000,000 dollars short when Cal Hinton was on city council.

The money gets shifted to general fund to pay bills.

Anonymous said...

When it rains heavy those potholes in West Sharp Park get deep. Halfway expect a sub's periscope to poke up and take a look around.