Street transportation crews had a busy and productive street paving season. In District 3 alone, crews have completed 85.4 miles of mill and overlay work, 102.9 miles of preservation treatments, and 126.6 miles of crack seal (from July 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2020).
Street transportation crews generally stop resurfacing projects in late October or early November when the temperatures drop, as treatments are best applied when temperatures are higher. Crews will now turn their attention to prep work for the next paving season, which is expected to begin in early March.
To find out which streets are included in the five-year pavement maintenance program, visit the Pavement Maintenance Dashboard at phoenix.gov/pavement.
“The condition of our streets is one of the issues we hear about the most from constituents,” says Councilwoman Debra Stark. “Well-maintained streets are important to Phoenix residents. Through the Accelerated Pavement Maintenance Program, Phoenix is repairing and repaving some of our most-heavily travelled roads to improve our city’s infrastructure.”