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FAQs

When is the construction set to begin?
TBD

How long will it take for these projects to be complete?
There is a 5-year timeframe to plan to evaluate, design, and construct the desired road repair projects.

Why is this important?
The City of Turlock's Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is averaged at 62 out of 100, which is 7 points lower than it was in 2016. Without a CIP, the PCI will fall to 50 in 2027. The ideal value should be at least 80. Funding and constructing these projects will create safer and more convenient roadways for residents and visitors to travel through.

What is LiDAR?
LiDAR stands for Light Detection and Ranging, and is a method for collecting highly accurate data points in 3D

What is Pavement Condition Index (PCI)?
PCI is an index ranging from 0 to 100, is an indicator of the health of the overall pavement network. The higher the PCI value, the better the road condition is. A PCI of 0 indicates a failed pavement and a PCI of 100 indicates a new pavement with no distresses. A PCI of 80 suggests the pavement is in “State of Good Repair

What is Pavement Condition Index (PCI)?
PCI is an index ranging from 0 to 100, is an indicator of the health of the overall pavement network. The higher the PCI value, the better the road condition is. A PCI of 0 indicates a failed pavement and a PCI of 100 indicates a new pavement with no distresses. A PCI of 80 suggests the pavement is in “State of Good Repair

What is a Pavement Management System (PMS)?
A PMS is a systematic and consistent set of tools and guidelines to select the proper maintenance and rehabilitation activities in order to predict the future condition of the pavements, allocate funds, and recommend appropriate maintenance activity. A PMS utilizes optimization techniques to achieve the highest health for the entire network within the constraint of the available funds. These advanced systems allow prioritizing the streets for repairs and providing a 5- or 10-year program to achieve the City’s goals.

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For questions about the Roads Program, please contact:

Engineering Division
156 S. Broadway, Ste. 150
Turlock, CA 95380
(209) 668-5520
engineering@turlock.ca.us
Monday - Friday, 9AM - 4PM






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