MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS

ROADWAY MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES

Maintenance and Operations is responsible for the maintenance of 1,79 centerline miles of roadway. The roadway surface types are as follows:

  • 433 miles of asphalt concrete surfacing
  • 586 miles of chip seal
  • 60 miles of unimproved roads
  • 70 miles of sidewalks

Maintenance and Operations is also responsible for maintaining, repairing and where appropriate, replacing the following:

  • 76 bridges
  • 100+ box culverts
  • 17,000 feet of guardrail
  • 1,600 feet of timber wall
  • 464 miles of double yellow centerline
  • 302 miles of white edge line
  • 14,822 warning, guide, regulatory and informational signs
  • 137.6 miles of raised pavement markers (RPMs)
  • 48 signalized intersections
  • 131 pieces of heavy equipment
  • 487 fleet vehicles

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  • Road Surface Maintenance (pothole patching, chip seal, slurry seal, crack sealing, and grading of dirt roads)
  • Drainage System and Culvert Maintenance
  • Snow and Ice Control
  • Road Side Vegetation Control (brush and tree removal and herbicide application)
  • Street Sweeping
  • Bridge, Guardrail, Timber Wall, Curb and Gutter
  • Signs, Marking, Striping
  • Signal Maintenance