The City has over 850 miles of streets and paved nearly 400 blocks last year, but underfunding has led to a gradual decline in our pavement conditions since 1988. The standard measurement of street quality, a 100 point scale called the pavement condition index (PCI), shows San Francisco streets are currently at 64 – this is below the state average and more expensive to maintain than a best practice level of 70.
The table below explains the costs and associated treatments made based on the PCI score. Review the table and map to find your street’s PCI!
Automated, raw data for PCI scores is available at Data SF. This map was last updated Jan 26, 2012 and the data is governed by licensing and usage agreements at DataSF.