The City’s 2022 Citywide Pavement Maintenance Project is underway, with street improvement efforts anticipated to start in early summer.
The 2022 Pavement Project is anticipated to improve 149 segments on 138 streets and 67 curb ramps. $3.9 million in funding has been allocated towards the 2022 Pavement Project consisting of $900,000 Measure B funds, $900,000 SB-1 funds, $350,000 Gas Tax funds, and $1.75 million General Funds.
Streets are selected for improvement based on a Pavement Management Program (PMP) developed by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the Council-approved 5-year Street Repair Program. This strategy balances the comprehensive need for pavement maintenance throughout the City and the need for repairing some of our failed major roadways to maximize the life of our roads and the benefit to the community.
The 2022 Pavement Project is currently out for bid. Bids and the current construction cost may affect the final project scope, including the proposed streets for improvement. For a map of proposed streets selected for improvement, visit https://rebrand.ly/2022roadmap.
For more information on the City’s 2022 Pavement Maintenance Project, visit the City’s website: https://ca-gilroy.civicplus.com/859/City-Infrastructure-Projects.