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Supervisors call for five-year pavement condition index restoration


Last updated 6/2/2017 at Noon

The new state legislation raising gas taxes and vehicle registration fees may be a hardship for motorists, but it provides some relief to local governments responsible for maintaining roads. The expected additional income has allowed the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to call for the restoration of the county's average pavement condition index to a rating of 70 within the next five years.

A 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote May 2 authorized the use of $34 million in reserves which will allow the average pavement condition index of county-maintained roads to be raised to 70 within five y...

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