Each year, the City of Manhattan bids concrete and asphalt street repair projects to take place throughout the summer. Based on Pavement Condition Index (PCI) values, streets within close proximity to each other are selected for repairs based on material type — asphalt or concrete. The close proximity typically reduces the contractor's mobilization and traffic control costs, which can reduce overall bids for the projects.
In 2015, the following sections of street were completed:
- Sunset/Westwood Neighborhood — asphalt repairs on Westwood south to Fort Riley Boulevard, on Poyntz Avenue west of Sunset, and on Sunset from Sunset Lane to Fairchild Avenue
- Dickens Avenue — asphalt repairs from Seth Child Road to College Avenue
- North 14th Street — asphalt repairs from Poyntz Avenue to Fremont Street
- Northview Neighborhood — concrete repairs on Strong Avenue, Judson Street and Beck Street from Casement Road to Gross Street, and on Gross Street from Hayes Drive to Beck Street
- View maps of 2015 asphalt repairs and 2015 concrete repairs