Presentation on theme: "Town of Westerly Pavement Improvement Plan 2009. Determine current pavement condition. Identify and prioritize needed repairs. Coordinate with RIDOT."— Presentation transcript:
Town of Westerly Pavement Improvement Plan 2009
Determine current pavement condition. Identify and prioritize needed repairs. Coordinate with RIDOT projects. Assess available funding. Select repairs to fit budget framework. Prepare bid documents and advertise.
Current Pavement Condition
Pavement Management Program Initial inventory and condition survey prepared by Beta Group in All roads are rated with 100 best. Database maintained and kept up to date by Engineering Department. Software automatically predicts pavement condition based on model of deterioration over time.
Route 91 1R, Contract 1 - High Street (Route 3) to Larry Hirsch Lane Route 91 1R, Contract 2 – Larry Hirsch Lane to Church St. (Route 216) Shore Rd. Resurfacing – Ocean View Hwy. to Post Rd. Weekapaug Bridge Elm St. & Beach St. (Main St. to Clark St.) Railroad Ave., Dixon St., & West St.
Available Town Funds General Fund FY $450,000 Water Fund FY $750,000 (Transmission Main Project) General Fund FY2010- $200,000 Total $1,400,000
Proposed Town Projects
Town Projects Total = 7.75 Miles
Westerly 2009 Projects General Fund ($650,000 budget) Crack Sealing – $50,000 (Various Roads) Level & Overlay - $110,000 (Pound Rd., Hiscox Rd. & Wampanoag Ave.) Mill & Overlay - $370,000 (Bellevue Ave., John St., Narragansett Ave., Raymond St., & Ward Ave.) Total - $530,000 est.