Entered: 05/20/2020
Updated: n/a

Information

Bid Date: 06/19/2020 – 8:00 AM
Pre-Bid Mtg: None
Pre-Bid Mtg Date: None
Engineer’s Est. Min: $150000
Engineer’s Est. Max: $150000

Agency Contact & Notes

Agency Project #: n/a

Civil Engineer, 949-461-3490,
tabernathy@lakeforestca.gov

Project Summary

The City’s public street network consists of approximately 204.9 centerline miles of paved roads, which includes 75.9 miles of the Master Plan of Arterial Highways (MPAH) streets and 129 miles of local streets, representing a total replacement cost of $417 million. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) developed a Pavement Management Program Guidelines Manual, which Orange County cities must comply with in order to maintain eligibility to receive Measure M2 funding. In response to the guidelines, since 1991 the City has been using a computerized Pavement Management Plan (PMP) to inventory the City’s street system and recommend rehabilitation strategies to improve the overall condition of the City’s streets. The last comprehensive update of the PMP was completed in May 2019 when pavement conditions of the City’s entire public street network were inspected. The purpose of this project is to inspect and assess the pavement conditions of the City’s public street network, update the City’s Pavement Management Plan (PMP) database, and recommend rehabilitation strategies to improve pavement conditions

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