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
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Contra Costa Streets and Roads Earn "Good" Marks as County, Cities Put Tax Dollars to Work
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
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
Pothole Peril: Commission Opposes Proposition 6
MTC’s commissioners have taken an “oppose” stance on Proposition 6, a measure on November ballots across California that would repeal a state gas tax increase and other transportation fees enacted
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.
San Francisco Streets Face Steep Climb To Reach Pavement Quality Goal
The streets of San Francisco may be smoother than those in the Bay Area’s two other major cities, but still rate no better than “fair.”
Contra Costa Pavement Scores Show Smooth Ride… and Plenty of Potholes
Contra Costa County is home to some of the best pavement in the Bay Area — and also some of the worst.
Local Streets & Roads No Better, But No Worse
OAKLAND, CA — The good news is the quality of the pavement on the typical Bay Area street did not deteriorate in 2014. The bad news is that neither did it improve.
Plenty of Cracks, Potholes on Road to Meeting Region's Pavement Quality Goals
OAKLAND, CA — The Bay Area’s local streets and roads continue to earn only a “fair” grade for pavement quality, according to a new report released today by the Metropolitan Transportation Commissio