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File #: 20-2531    Version: 1 Name: Bi- Annual Pavement Condition Index Update
Type: Informational Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/10/2020 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 5/5/2020 Final action:
Title: Bi- Annual Pavement Condition Index (PCI) Update.
Attachments: 1. Pavement Management Program - Budget Options Report, 2. Presentation
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Yountville Town Council Staff Report

DATE: May 5, 2020

TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: Joe Tagliaboschi, Public Works Director

Bi- Annual Pavement Condition Index (PCI) Update.

The Town of Yountville currently maintains approximately 8.28 centerline miles of roads representing 1,396,420 square feet of pavement with an asset replacement value of approximately $25,436,000 as calculated by StreetSaver(r).

Quality Engineering Solutions Inc. (QES) has updated the Town's Pavement Management System using the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's (MTC) StreetSaver(r) program. The purpose of a Pavement Management System is to track inventory, store work history and furnish budget estimates to optimize funding for improving the city's pavement system. It is one of many tools used to help make decisions regarding pavement management and maintenance. The tool also provides a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) Score.

A Pavement Management System has several distinctive uses:

As a budgeting tool, a Pavement Management System uses treatment costs that are based on recently bid projects, from recent Town projects, so these budgets reflect historical costs for this agency.

As an inventory tool, a Pavement Management System provides a quick and easy reference for pavement areas and use.

As a pavement condition record, a Pavement Management System provides age, load-related, non-load related, and climate-related pavement condition and deterioration information. The Pavement Management System uses pavement deterioration curves, based on nationwide research, which allow the program to predict a pavement's future condition.

A Pavement Management System is not capable of providing detailed engineering designs for a street. The Pavement Management System instead helps the user identify candidate streets for potential repair and maintenance. Project level pavement analysis and engineering is an essential feature of futur...

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