Pavement Condition Index (PCI)
What is PCI?
Pavement Condition Index, or PCI, is a numerical index between 0 and 100, which is used to indicate the condition of a specific section of road pavement. Note that PCI does not apply to dirt and gravel roads.
PCI is determined by a manual inspection process, done on site by professional pavement inspectors. Inspectors score a section of roadway by conducting a detailed examination of pavement features such as cracking and potholes.
Map of Current PCI
|PCI||0 to 24||25 to 49||50 to 69||70 to 89||90 to 100|
|Meaning||Very Poor||Poor||Good||Very Good||Excellent|
Historical Pavement Condition Trends
- Last updated: March 2020
- Results are generated using the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's pavement management software system, StreetSaver.
Current PCI by Functional Class
|Number of Miles||% of Total Road Miles||Average PCI|
- Last updated: March, 2020
- Local roads make up the majority of the County's road system. These are in poor condition, and bring down the system-wide average PCI.
- Major Collector and Arterial roads have been kept in better condition. These see higher usage, and therefore receive more funding for pavement maintenance.
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