The Town of Danville Pavement Management Program provides maintenance history and pavement condition index (PCI) for all public streets in Danville using software provided by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. The MTC software is used within the MTC region. The Town annually performs pavement maintenance on public streets to the extent that funds are available. Streets are selected based on pavement condition, location, and the type of maintenance application. Maintenance applications are slurry seals, chip seals, and pavement overlays. Slurry and chip seals are thin applications of liquid asphalt mixed with sand or rock chips. As¬phalt overlays are 1½ to 4-inch thick layers of hot asphalt applied to the road surface.Streets with the same type of maintenance application are grouped together to help reduce the cost of the project and confine the project impact to a smaller area of the neighborhood. Streets are also selected based on the PCI. The PCI is determined by field inspection of the actual pavement condition. New streets start at 100 and as streets age the rating drops. The Town Council’s goal is an average PCI of 70 and an annual expenditure of $1,200,000.
The following streets are candidates for a pavement maintenance treatment:
See Project C-577 for more information about expenditures and funding.
* Expected completion date of September 2013
For recent PCI values for all publicly-maintained streets in Danville:Pavement Condition Index (PCI) for Public Streets .
For a comparison of pavement condition in Danville to other neighboring communities check out the Regional Pavement Condition PDF
For specific projects either planned or under construction, visit our Projects page .
EngineeringTown of Danville510 La Gonda WayDanville, CA 94526
Ron AllenAssociate Civil Engineer
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