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Department of Transportation. Report on Condition of County Maintained Road System . Agenda Item 53 Board of Supervisor’s Meeting April 26, 2005. Road Fund Program Expenditures 03-04 Sample Year. Road Fund Program Expenditures 03-04 Sample Year (continued).

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Department of Transportation

Report on Condition of County Maintained Road System

Agenda Item 53

Board of Supervisor’s Meeting

April 26, 2005



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Road Fund Program Expenditures03-04 Sample Year (continued)


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El Dorado County Certified Mileage

** 74.8 of local West Slope miles and .6 of local Tahoe miles are “unconstructed” or dirt roads.

Regional roads typically receive overlay surface treatment, while local roads are typically receive chip seal surface treatment.

Total maintained miles = 1069.1

Less unpaved roads = -75.4

Constructed roads = 993.7

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Oak Hill Road

70 PCI

“good”

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Sudbury Road

PCI 68

“good”

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Royal Park Drive PCI 60“fair” to “good”

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Deer Valley Road

PCI 48

“fair” to “poor”

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Wentworth

Springs Road

PCI 45

“fair” to “poor”

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Sandridge Road

PCI 28

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PCI Graph

70 PCI

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DeferredMaintenance

  • 994miles of paved roads

    • 200 miles need major maintenance or reconstruction

      • Current cost = $96 million

    • 794 miles need immediate, regular or preventative maintenance

      • Current cost = $37 million

    • Total deferred maintenance = $133 million

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What Is Needed?

Total Catch-up and Keep-up = $5.5 million per year

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Fiscal Year 05-06

  • Overlay (approx. 2 miles) $400,000*

  • Chip seal (approx. 60 miles) $1,250,000

    Total $1,650,000**

    * Assume $1,755,000 from Measure H continues with portion ($.5 million) being used to fund core maintenance program.

    ** Overlay work to be funded by possible $400,000 from RSTP competitive grant; requiring 10% match.


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Recommendations Going Forward

  • Support reinstatement of Proposition 42 funding.

  • Support timely reauthorization of Federal Highway Act.

  • Support reauthorization of the Secure Rural School and Community Self Determination Act (Federal Forest Revenue stabilization).

  • Support CAO’s recommendation on General Fund contribution to Transportation (Measure H related).

  • Explore sales tax measure for Transportation.

    • Many California counties are “self help” counties with sales tax dedicated to transportation.

    • Local funds leverage other State and Federal funds.



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