Be sure to check out this helpful map that contains a rating for all of San Leandro's streets as of spring 2017!
Goals of the Selection Process:
Types of Pavement Improvement:
Pavement Rejuvenation: When pavement is in good enough condition that it can be improved with a surface treatment. The cost is approximately $26,000 per lane mile for slurry sealing and $122,000 per lane mile for cape sealing with dig-out repairs. (A lane mile is a unit of measurement that is 12 feet wide and 5,280 feet in length.
Pavement Replacement: When pavement is in such poor condition that it must be removed and replaced. The cost ranges from $335,000 to $455,000 per lane mile.
Roadway Reconstruction: When the entire road section has deteriorated to the point that the asphalt concrete pavement and its underlying base layer has to be reconstructed. The cost for road reconstruction ranges from $464,000 to $536,000 per lane mile.
How Streets are Selected:
The City uses a process that takes a number of factors into consideration before selecting streets to be improved. These factors include:
||The City uses a Pavement Management System and physical inspections to determine the condition of each street. Each street is then ranked.
|Amount of Traffic
||Streets with more traffic are prioritized over streets with less traffic. You can find a fact sheet on San Leandro's roadway conditions here.
|Location of Streets
||To increase construction efficiency and lower cost, streets near one another are prioritized.
|Other Scheduled Projects
||Sometimes when a related project is taking place, such as the installation of a street light, some road repair may be included.
||The amount of funds and the kind of funds available.
Types of Funding Available: