Pavement Condition Index and Pavement Management Program

Street Pavement Management 

Street Pavement Management is a set of tools and policies designed to manage the maintenance activities of street pavements. 

  • A Pavement Management Program (PMP) consists of an accounting to keep track of existing and historical pavement condition data and a decision-making process to help choose the most cost-effective maintenance strategies for streets. 
  • The City of Dublin, like all other jurisdictions in the Bay Area, uses Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s (MTC) computerized Pavement Management Program called StreetSaver, which staff regularly maintains and updates. 

Learn more about the PMP here.

Pavement Condition Index

Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is a 0-100 ranking system that is based on the physical and structural condition of a street:

  • PCI scores of 90 or higher are considered "excellent." These are newly built or resurfaced streets that show little or no distress. 
  • PCI scores in the 80 to 89 range is considered “very good,” and shows only slight or moderate distress, requiring primarily preventive maintenance. 
  • PCI scores of 70 to 79 are in the “good” category.  
  • PCI scores of 60-69 are in the "fair" range and are considered worn to the point where rehabilitation may be needed to prevent rapid deterioration. 

The City of Dublin has consistently achieved the highest average PCI score of all Bay Area cities, topping the list for the past seven years.  

Find more information here.

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Planned Street Maintenance 

The City of Dublin has contracted with American Asphalt Repair and Resurfacing Co., Inc., for pavement maintenance work in some neighborhoods west of Village Parkway.  The work will take place beginning in June 2019, with anticipated completion of the majority of the improvements by the beginning of September 2019.  The pavement work will include the sealing of existing cracks, pavement repairs, new slurry seal, and pavement markings.  

For details on the project, and a map of the project area, visit the 2019 Annual Slurry Seal Project webpage.