Pavement Rehabilitation Program
The entire road network is inspected on a three year cycle and each road is analyzed and rated. Roads selected for rehabilitation are those where the surface is rutted, cracked, graveled and generally in poor driving condition but without major structural defects. Typically, the pavement rehabilitation program involves milling and replacing the asphalt surface.
Before replacing the top layer of asphalt, concrete curbs and gutters are repaired along with the sidewalks. Additional work includes adjusting the elevation of valves and manholes, replacing traffic detector loops, surface drainage swales and installing new lane markings.
The following pavement rehabilitation projects are planned for the 2016 construction season:
- 77 Street West Bound - Taylor Drive to 50 Avenue
- 50 Avenue South Bound - 78 Street to 76 Street
- 67 Street East Bound - 50 Avenue to 67 Street East Bound Ramp
- 49 Avenue North Bound - 48 Avenue to 63 Street
- 50 Street - 30 Avenue to Rideout Avenue
- 50 Avenue South Bound - 28 Street to 19 Street
- 22 Street - 40 Avenue to Austin Drive
- 40 Avenue North Bound - 19 Street to Selkirk Boulevard