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The program consists of milling and asphalt resurfacing on some streets, while other streets require complete reconstruction to provide for an adequate base and proper drainage. When a street is rehabilitated, any deteriorated adjacent sections of concrete curb, gutter, accessibility ramps and sidewalk are replaced prior to the resurfacing or reconstruction of the street.
Public Works staff surveyed the streets of the City to develop the attached list. Various types of pavement distress, such as reflective cracking, alligator cracking, rutting, utility cuts and joint failure were observed. The streets were inspected to determine the degree and type of deterioration and work required to restore them to acceptable conditions, including concrete rehabilitation adjacent to the pavement and drainage improvements.
While we found that many of the streets in the City require some degree of rehabilitation, we concentrated on those streets in the worst condition and/or with high volumes of daily traffic. The streets included on the attached list have been determined to meet one or both of these criteria. In addition, the prepared list includes two alternate groups considered once funding was determined to be available. Council Memo and Resolution
100 Princess Anne Street
Charles Street (M&S)
Ford Street (Reconstruct)
Princess Anne St.
Freeman Street (Reconstruction)
Mercer Street (end)
Hillcrest Drive (M&S)
Little Page Street (M&S)
Sophia Street (M&S)
South Street (M&S)
New Kent Street
Prince Edward Street
Rappahannock Avenue (Reconstruct)
Charles Street (Reconstruction)
Kirkland Street (M&S)
Little Page Street
Briscoe Lane (Two segments - Recon)
Fall Hill Ave.
End of Street
The proposed schedule is attached here; note the project will begin with Sophia Street.
Because work is weather and equipment dependent, frequent schedule adjustments and changes are unavoidable. Watch for and obey all posted no parking signs.