Road infrastructure is vital to the community and ensures the City can support a vibrant economy by ensuring the movement of goods, services and people from point A to point B in an efficient and safe manner. The City utilizes a Pavement Management System which, based on pavement condition, traffic volume and vehicle weights, predicts how the pavement will deteriorate over time. Staff use this model to predict when the roads should be resurfaced to obtain maximum service life, at least cost, and to avoid expensive reconstruction.
2020 Project Overview
Council approved a budget of $4 million to apply surface treatment on an annual basis. The 2020 resurfacing program is detailed below and is based on information from the Pavement Management Model, customer requests and staff observations.