The analyses indicate that $47 million (over 5 years) in pavement maintenance and rehabilitation is needed to repair all streets and eliminate any backlog. By doing so, streets then can be maintained in good condition with on-going preventive maintenance.
Ten million over 5 years leave a big gap to reach $47 million to catch up on the deferred maintenance.
Thanks to the city activists and candidate Kranz for putting pressure on the city to release this document. It would have been hidden from the public, like the City Wide Traffic Study was in the 2006 election, without their efforts.
If your street is in poor condition, check the report to see if the report is accurate. You can download it at the ETA blog.
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