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Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee April 30, 2014 PRESERVATION PROJECTS 2014-2019 PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

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1 Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee April 30, 2014 PRESERVATION PROJECTS PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 1

2 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE: YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PWTC 2014 Meeting DatePresentation Topic February 26 Preview 2014 Construction April 2 Overview/Source of Projects April 30 Preservation Projects May 7 Modernization and Expansion Projects May 28 Funding and Revenue June 4 Project Listings June 25 Draft Program Document 2

3 FIVE YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 3 LCDOT’s management philosophy sets system priorities: 1.Preservation 2.Modernization 3.Expansion

4 PRIORITY ONE: PRESERVATION 4 Developing a set of projects ARGUS Pavement Management Software Keeping tabs on the system Asset Inventories $1.6 billion to build

5 DEVELOPING THE PROJECT SET 5 ARGUS Pavement Management System Today is an overview of ARGUS

6 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT GOAL: 6 Make cost effective decisions For given 5 year budget levels: Where repairs are needed What repair strategies to use When the repairs should be done

7 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COMPONENTS: 7 County highway database Automated pavement testing Repair strategies with costs Pavement aging prediction Optimization program

8 COUNTY HIGHWAY DATABASE 8 Contains information on: Surface type Surface width Section area Traffic volumes Percentage of trucks

9 AUTOMATED PAVEMENT TESTING 9 About 870 lane miles in system County is divided into quadrants One quadrant is tested each year Entire county is covered in four years

10 AUTOMATED PAVEMENT TESTING 10 First: Laser Road Surface Tester (RST) measures… Cracking Rutting Ride quality

11 AUTOMATED PAVEMENT TESTING 11 Second: Dynaflect deflection tester measures strength and condition of… Pavement Subgrade

12 REPAIR STRATEGIES AND COSTS 12 Two Groups of Roadway Priorities: (starting with program analysis) Four lane roads: 53 miles Two lane roads: 247 miles

13 REPAIR STRATEGIES AND COSTS 13 Microsurfacing Five resurfacing strategies Three “3R” strategies Three reconstruction strategies Associated per-square-yard costs

14 PAVEMENT AGING PREDICTION COSTS 14

15 ARGUS SUMMARY 15 does… Pavement Management System does… Assess the present condition of the system Estimate future road conditions Identify and rank road projects Maximize the condition of the system within the given budget

16 ARGUS SUMMARY 16 does not… Pavement Management System does not… Replace professional judgment Provide certain detailed project-specific information

17 LCDOT ARGUS RESULTS 17 Started in 1986 System condition has improved from a rating of 68 to 84 (on 100 scale) Area of backlog and failing pavement has been reduced from 55% to 9%

18 2014 – 2019 PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 18 The following charts to appear in Section 2 Preservation Projects

19 TRAFFIC VOLUMES 19

20 DEFINITIONS OF PAVEMENT CONDITION 20 Good (80 – 100) Sections may require crack sealing or a thin overlay. These sections do not require immediate attention. Pavement in this category is generally less than 12 years old. Satisfactory (70-79) Sections may require resurfacing or other rehabilitation in the near future. Pavement is generally years old. Failing (60-69) Will require some type of improvement in the near future to preserve the usability of the surface and avoid the need for reconstruction. This is pavement that is approaching the end of its useable life. Backlog (10-59) May require surface and base course reconstruction to restore roadway serviceability. Some may require total reconstruction, including reconstruction of the subgrade. Pavement in this category is generally more than 15 years old.

21 CURRENT PAVEMENT CONDITION = 84 21

22 PAVEMENT CONDITIONS 22

23 ARGUS OPTIMIZES IMPROVEMENTS 23

24 MULTIPLE TREATMENTS EVALUATED 24

25 SYSTEM RECOMMENDATIONS

26 SYSTEM PRESERVATION PROJECTS

27 2015 PROJECTS 27 Street NameFromToProject Type 21st StreetIL Route 131Kenosha RoadResurfacing Buffalo Grove RoadIL Route 83Lake Cook RoadResurfacing Center StreetIL Route 83US Route 45Resurfacing Cedar Lake RoadIL Route 134IL Route 120Reconstruction Lewis AvenueYork House RoadSunset AvenueResurfacing Lewis AvenueDugdale RoadArgonne DriveResurfacing Miller RoadKelsey RoadIL Route 59Resurfacing Miller RoadIL Route 59US Route 12Resurfacing Petite Lake RoadIL Route 59Fairfield RoadReconstruction Quentin RoadLong Grove RoadLake Cook RoadResurfacing Rollins RoadWashington AvenueWilson RoadResurfacing Rollins RoadWilson RoadFairfield RoadResurfacing 2015 Micro-surfacingVarious Surface Treatment

28 2016 PROJECTS 28 Street NameFromToProject Type 9th StreetKenosha RoadLewis AvenueResurfacing 9th StreetLewis AvenueIL Route 137Resurfacing Aptakisic RoadBuffalo Grove RoadPrairie RoadResurfacing Aptakisic RoadPrairie RoadWeiland RoadResurfacing Aptakisic RoadWeiland RoadIL Route 21Resurfacing Deep Lake RoadWisc State LineNorth AvenueResurfacing Deep Lake RoadGrass Lake RoadGelden RoadResurfacing Deep Lake RoadGelden RoadIL Route 132Resurfacing Fremont Center RoadIL Route 60Gilmer RoadFull Depth Reclamation Grass Lake RoadIL Route 83Deep Lake RoadResurfacing Greenleaf AvenueWashington StreetIL Route 120Resurfacing Hunt Club RoadIL Route 173Wadsworth RoadResurfacing Kilbourne RoadRussell RoadIL Route 173Resurfacing 2016 Micro-surfacingVarious Surface Treatment

29 2017 PROJECTS 29 Street NameFromToProject Type 22nd StreetIL Route 43US Route 41Resurfacing Duffy LaneRiverwoods RoadI-94 Tollway BridgeResurfacing Ela RoadIL Route 22IL Route 12Resurfacing Ela RoadIL Route 12Cuba RoadResurfacing Everett RoadSt. Mary's RoadRiverwoods RoadResurfacing Fairfield RoadRollins RoadIL Route 134Resurfacing Grass Lake RoadDeep Lake RoadUS Route 45Resurfacing Hainesville RoadWashington StreetIL Route 120Resurfacing Hunt Club RoadIL Route 132Dada DriveResurfacing Hunt Club RoadDada DriveWashington StreetResurfacing Hunt Club RoadWashington StreetGages Lake RoadResurfacing Hunt Club RoadGages Lake RoadIL Route 120Resurfacing 2017 Micro-surfacingVarious Surface Treatment

30 2018 PROJECTS 30 Street NameFromToProject Type Deep Lake RoadNorth AvenueIL Route 173Resurfacing Fairfield RoadIL Route 132Monaville RoadResurfacing Gelden RoadDeep Lake RoadGrass Lake RoadResurfacing North AvenueDeep Lake RoadUS Route 45Resurfacing Rollins RoadGrand AvenueWashington AvenueResurfacing Russell RoadKilbourne RoadIL Route 131Resurfacing St. Mary's RoadIL Route 176IL Route 60Resurfacing 2018 Micro-surfacingVarious Surface Treatment

31 2019 PROJECTS 31 Street NameFromToProject Type Almond RoadGages Lake RoadFairfield LaneResurfacing Deerfield RoadRiverwoods RoadWilmot RoadResurfacing East County Farm RdWinchester RoadBull Creek DriveResurfacing Engle DriveIL Route 83Nathan Hale DriveResurfacing Fairfield RoadIL Route 134IL Route 120Resurfacing Fairfield RoadIL Route 120IL Route 60Resurfacing Genoa AvenueNathan Hale DriveGranada BoulevardResurfacing Granada BoulevardGenoa AvenueIL Route 132Resurfacing Hunt Club RoadMilburn RoadStearns School RoadResurfacing Nathan Hale DriveEngle DriveGenoa AvenueResurfacing St. Mary's RoadIL Route 60Everett RoadResurfacing Wilson RoadRollins RoadIL Route 134Resurfacing Yorkhouse RoadIL Route 131Lewis AvenueResurfacing 2019 Micro-surfacingVarious Surface Treatment

32 KEEPING TABS ON THE SYSTEM: ASSET INVENTORIES 32 Pavement and bike facilities Guardrail, bridges and railroad crossings Signals and signs Drainage and stormwater facilities More…

33 PROGRAM RESURFACES ABOUT 15 MILES PER YEAR 33

34 MANY ROADS INITIALLY BUILT IN THE 1950S 34

35 INVENTORY: LANE MILES 35

36 INVENTORY: CULVERTS/CONDITIONS 36

37 AGE OF HIGHWAY BRIDGES 37

38 AGE OF BRIDGE DECK SURFACE 38

39 AGE OF BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES 39

40 BRIDGES: SUFFICIENCY RATINGS 40

41 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FACILITIES 41

42 BY THE NUMBERS INVENTORY: NON-PAVEMENT ASSETS 42 15,664 Storm sewer structures 721 Culverts 206 Miles of storm sewer pipe 43,552 Feet of fencing 16,942 Feet of retaining wall 55 Miles of 4’ paved shoulder 22 Miles of guardrail 26 Landscape areas (48 acres) April 2014

43 INVENTORY: SIGNS 43 *signs installed and maintained by LCDOT | April 2014

44 INVENTORY: RAILROAD CROSSINGS 44

45 INVENTORY: SIGNAL CONTROLLERS 45

46 PRIORITY ONE: PRESERVATION 46 Developing a set of projects ARGUS Pavement Management Software Keeping tabs on the system Asset Inventories

47 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE: YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PWTC 2014 Meeting DatePresentation Topic February 26 Preview 2014 Construction April 2 Overview/Source of Projects April 30 Preservation Projects May 7 Modernization and Expansion Projects May 28 Funding and Revenue June 4 Project Listings June 25 Draft Program Document 47


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