Maintaining Our Streets
Citywide Arterial Street Rehabilitation Project
This project included asphalt mill and overlay, some concrete base repair, 2-ft of widening on 40th St, South to "A" St, and ADA ramp reconstruction. Construction began in April 2013 and was completed mid-November.
Residential Street Rehabilitation
Typical rehabilitation projects improve existing roadways by grinding and replacing roadway surfacing. While resurfacing is the primary focus of rehab work, additional work may be done to repair concrete base failures, replace inadequate curbs and improve storm water facilities.
Street Maintenance Planned Work Areas
Street Maintenance activities may include patching surface and base failures, sealing cracks in the street, replacing deteriorated curb and gutter and repairing shoulders along paved streets.
Pavement Management Program
The goal of our pavement management system is to make the best use of our limited funding to keep our streets in good condition. Maintaining an updated survey of pavement condition provides important data on how to prioritize street repair projects.
The National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) are Federal regulations establishing requirements for inspection procedures, frequency of inspections, qualifications of personnel, inspection reports and maintenance of bridge inventory. A map and supporting information define the structures delegated by the State of Nebraska to be inspected by the City of Lincoln.