The City of Fremont will repave or seal over 200 street segments, a total of 31 miles of roadway, this summer. With significant funding received through a federal grant and State Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the street maintenance work will involve the repair of damaged pavement and sidewalks, asphalt overlay or sealing, installation of enhanced bicycle lanes including bike buffers in some locations, and upgrading curb ramps to ADA requirements. The work will address 12 street segments where roadway conditions are rated as “poor”, and includes portions of Warm Spring Boulevard, Deep Creek Road, Farwell Drive, and Olive Avenue.
The current overall Pavement Condition Index (PCI) for Fremont is rated as “good” (PCI 73 out of 100) and 72% of the street network was rated as “excellent” or “very good” in 2018. Road conditions have been improving citywide with the continued annual funding from the City of Fremont, Alameda County voter-approved Measure B, BB, and Vehicle Registration Fees (VRF), and state gas taxes (including SB1).
View a complete list of streets being paved this summer.