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File #: 19-0036    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 1/15/2019 Final action:
Title: 2018 Pavement Management Program Final Report (Public Works Director Katsouleas). RECEIVE AND FILE
Attachments: 1. 2018 Pavement Management Program Final Report, 2. Current PCI Map
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Stephanie Katsouleas, Public Works Director
Prem Kumar, City Engineer
Mo Estepa, Jr., Associate Engineer

SUBJECT:Title
2018 Pavement Management Program Final Report (Public Works Director Katsouleas).
RECEIVE AND FILE
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that City Council receive and file the final report for the 2018 Pavement Management Program update as attached.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
There are no fiscal implications with receiving and filing this report. However, the report does provide an emphasis on future funding for street rehabilitation projects through the capital improvement budget process in order to maintain or improve the overall condition of the streets and alleys in Manhattan Beach.

BACKGROUND:
The City of Manhattan Beach is responsible for the repair and maintenance of approximately 100.1 centerline miles of streets, of which 8.0 miles are arterials, 7.6 miles are collectors, and 84.5 miles are residential roadways. Street pavement is considered the City's most valuable asset, with a replacement value estimated to be approximately $87.1 million. This is calculated by combining each street section's projected reconstruction cost, excluding the value of other non-pavement street components such as curb and gutters, sidewalks, drainage, etc.

Similar to assessing the maintenance needs of a building, a Pavement Management Program (PMP) is a planning tool that utilizes engineering software to assess and forecast pavement maintenance needs and assist in budgeting for street rehabilitation work. In essence, the PMP provides the qualitative information needed to assess the condition of all City streets so that staff can prioritize roadway repairs that maximize preservation of this infrastructure in the most cost effective manner.

The California Street and Highway Code Section 21...

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