The 2018 California Statewide Local Streets and Roads Needs Assessment Report
If you think California's streets and roads are in poor condition, you're not alone. In fact the 2018 statewide report gauging the condition of the state's streets and roads are…
State's Streets and Roads Found To Be "At Risk."The 2018 California Statewide Local Streets and Roads Needs Assessment Report (2018 Report) released this week found that the statewide average pavement condition, measured on a scale of 0 (failed) to 100 (excellent), is a 65, which is considered “at risk.”
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- Some areas of the state have an average pavement condition as low as 37, squarely in the “poor” category. The ideal road score is an 85 as it is the most cost effective condition in which to maintain a road, helping maximize taxpayers' dollars.
- While the vast majority of voters think basic road maintenance is a key to the state's future , it is clear that Prop. 6 would prevent municipalities from delivering this essential function of government that our residents expect.
- If Prop. 6 passes, nearly 30 percent of California's local roads will fail.
- Conversely, if voters reject Prop. 6, nearly two-thirds of the local network will be in the “good” category.