The ratings — compiled by the Public Works Department — are based on six criteria averaged to give the Pavement Condition Index (PCI).
Streets are rated on surface condition (cracks), sub-base condition (foundation structure), drainage, deterioration (surface texture loss) and riding quality (roughness and smoothness of ride at normal speed in an average passenger vehicle).
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0-20 — Very Poor: Partial or complete reconstruction is necessary
20-40 — Poor: Extensive maintenance work (overlay or surface treatment) needed to prolong life span
40-60 — Fair: A moderate amount of routine pavement maintenance to extend life span
60-80 — Good: Various minor maintenance to upgrade and prolong life span
80-100 — Very Good: Good roads