Bay Area cities and counties largely improved the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018.
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Bay Area Streets and Roads Deliver Smoother Ride As Cities, Counties Put Gas Tax Dollars to Work
Smoother Ride on South Bay Streets and Roads as County, Cities Put Tax Dollars to Work
Santa Clara County and its 15 cities largely improved the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Campbell, Cupertino and Monte Sereno registering the biggest
Alameda County Pavement Conditions Hold Steady as Local Governments Put Tax Dollars to Work
Alameda County and its 14 cities largely maintained the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Berkeley and Oakland registering the biggest year-over-year imp
Contra Costa Streets and Roads Earn "Good" Marks as County, Cities Put Tax Dollars to Work
Contra Costa County and its 19 cities and towns largely maintained the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Orinda and Moraga registering the biggest year-o
Peninsula Pavement Takes Turn for Better as County, Cities Put Tax Dollars to Work
San Mateo County and its 20 cities largely improved the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Burlingame, Menlo Park and Woodside registering the biggest yea
Bay Area Streets and Roads Show Resilience As Cities, Counties Receive New Gas Tax Dollars
Bay Area cities and counties largely managed to prevent further deterioration of their local street and road networks in 2017.
New Generation of Roadway Repair on Tap for California
The calendar’s turn to November brings with it a first-in-a-generation infusion of funds to restore, renew and repave the Golden State’s aging and long-neglected streets, roads and highways.
Bay Area Pavement Quality Improves Slightly as Local Governments Await New Gas Tax Dollars
Bay Area cities and counties largely managed to prevent further deterioration of their local street and road networks in 2016.
Bay Area’s Aging Streets and Roads Teeter Near Edge of Pavement Quality Cliff
Pavement conditions around the region improved ever so slightly in 2015, but the typical Bay Area street remains seriously worn and likely to need rehabilitation soon.
Solano County Pavement Scores Show Much Work Needed
Pavement conditions on the typical road in Solano County are much like those in the rest of the Bay Area: seriously worn and in need of rehabilitation within the next few years.
PMP Certification List
Pavement Condition Of Bay Area Jurisdictions 2018
Map of Potential Impact of Prop 6 on Pavement Condition
The Pothole Report: Bay Area Roads at Risk -- September 2018
Pavement Resurfacing/Rehabilitation on the State Highway System
Street Stories: Contra Costa County
Contra Costa County is using SB1 funding to repair roads, rebuild highway interchanges and to add Express Lanes.
Street Stories: Marin County
SB1 funding has improved streets and roads in Marin County this year, helping to overcome more than a decade of deferred maintenance caused by insufficient funding.
Street Stories: Vallejo
In Solano County, SB1 money is being used to pave a street that hasn’t been paved in half a century.
Street Stories: Oakland
The City of Oakland has had a $440 million dollar backlog of pothole and street repairs. That was caused by years of insufficient funding from a gas tax that hadn’t been raised in decades.
Street Stories: San Mateo County
For years, the county of San Mateo has been deferring 4 million dollars a year in roadway work because of insufficient funding.
Street Stories: San Francisco
The state’s new dedicated transportation funding, SB1, has contributed 26 million dollars to San Francisco street repaving this year.
Street Stories: San Jose
The city of San Jose has a backlog of hundreds of millions of dollars in deferred maintenance for its 2400 miles of roadway.
Street Stories: Fremont
Usually the city of Fremont repaves about 20 miles a year.
Street Stories: Sonoma County
Sonoma County has more roads than any other Bay Area county. Decades of insufficient funding led to tens of millions of dollars in delayed road repairs.
Supervisor David Rabbitt on Sonoma County Roads
Sonoma County's road system, if laid out in a line, would stretch to Oklahoma City and back. Deferred maintenance has left the county with a huge backlog of work.