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1 Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating Study (PASER) For the City of Flat Rock Prepared by the C. E. Raines Company April 21, 2014

2 Table of Contents I. Introduction 1 II. III. IV. Network Characteristics.3 Distress Types 4 Maintenance and Repair Alternatives 5 V. Maintenance Alternatives 11 VI. VII. VIII. Roadsoft Modeling..12 Analysis and Results...16 Conclusion and Next Steps.18 Appendix Appendix A. Photographs of PASER Ratings Appendix B. a. Major Streets PASER Ratings b. Local Streets PASER Ratings c. PASER Rating Location Map

3 I. Introduction C. E. Raines Company has been authorized by the City of Flat Rock (City) to assist in the development of the city s road asset management strategy. The City owns and maintains approximately 31 miles of roadway. Approximately 25 miles are concrete, 2.22 miles are asphalt and 3.71 are gravel. Approximately nine miles of City roads are classified as major and are classified as local. This analysis considers local and the major that are paved for a total centerline mileage of and excludes major and local gravel roads representing 3.71 center line miles. The Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating (PASER) system is used to evaluate the condition of road segments. The PASER system rates each segment on a scale of 1-10 with 1 being the worst condition, and 10 being the best condition (new pavement). The ratings directly correspond to the expected remaining service life as well as appropriate maintenance activities. The Grand Valley Metro Council (GVMC) located in Grand Rapids was contracted to collect the data for the PASER Study. The GVMC owns a van that is equipped to survey the road network. This vehicle is equipped with subsystems that can collect digital images of the pavement surface, digital images of the front view of the roadway and the right-of-way, rut depths using a five laser system, and longitudinal profile along the wheel paths. The vehicle is equipped with a Distance Measuring Instrument (DMI) and a GPS to track the vehicle position. The DMI and GPS data are integrated with images and other data. Figure 1 is a photo of the van used to collect road condition data. Figure 1. Grand Valley Metro Council Data Collection Van 1

4 Once the data is collected, it is transferred to a software program called Roadsoft. The software is a computerized roadway management system for collecting, storing, and analyzing data associated with transportation assets. Roadsoft was developed and is supported by the Technology Development Group, which is a part of the Michigan Tech Transportation Institute at Michigan Technological University. The software is provided free to cities and counties in Michigan. Roadsoft can manage a variety of data associated with transportation systems. Specific types of data include: roads, signs, culverts, guardrails, pavement markings, traffic counts, and vehicle crashes. The condition of the pavement surface, as represented by a PASER rating can be stored in Roadsoft. In addition, Roadsoft has asset management analysis tools that provide a means for creating and implementing efficient and effective construction and maintenance strategies to maximize the return of the transportation investment. Roadsoft can generate a variety of detailed reports that provide a summary of the specific data in the database. The current average PASER rating in the city is 5.9 (Good). The City allocated $200,000 of funding in the Budget for pavement maintenance and repairs. The funding allocation does not include utility funds or other matching funds such as Federal Aid Surface Transportation Program, or Community Development Block Grant Funds. Using Roadsoft, a model was prepared to evaluate the impact of different investment levels on the overall network condition over a ten year period. The model will assist the city to determine an adequate amount of funding to keep the road network from deteriorating. It also recommends which types of maintenance treatment (i.e., joint sealing, remove and replace concrete sections, etc.) to be used and a proposed funding level per year. The study concludes with a recommendation of the necessary funding levels and future steps to begin the implementation of an asset management plan. 2

5 II. Network Characteristics The City of Flat Rock currently has approximately 31 miles of roadway under its jurisdiction. The road network distribution for classification, condition, and surface type are summarized below. Table 1: Road Network Classification Centerline Miles Jurisdiction 9.00 Major Streets Local Streets 3.71 Gravel Streets Total Table 2: Road Network Classification Major Road Local Roads Total Total % (Centerline Miles) (Centerline Miles) (Centerline Miles) Good (PASER 10-6) % Fair (PASER 5-4) % Poor (PASER 3-1) % Total % Table 3: Road Network Surface Type Centerline Miles Surface Type Concrete 2.28 Asphalt 3.71 Gravel Total 3

6 III. Distress Types The PASER rating system is separated into categories based on concrete and asphalt pavement types, which have different distress that are specific to each pavement. The key to a useful evaluation is identifying different types of pavement distress and linking them to a cause. Understanding the cause for current conditions is extremely important when selecting the appropriate PASER rating, and associated maintenance or rehabilitation technique (e.g. load or age induced failures). For example, a street with failures indicative of extensive base failure, such as alligator cracking and rutting, would be a PASER 4 or below, because the only activities appropriate to address the cause of the failure would be heavy rehabilitation or reconstruction. There are four major categories of common concrete and common asphalt distresses as shown below. 1. CONCRETE SURFACE DISTRESS a. Surface Defects: Wearing and Polishing, Map Cracking, Pop-outs, Scaling, Shallow Reinforcing, and Spalling. b. Joint Failure: Longitudinal and Transverse c. Pavement Cracks: Transverse Slab Crack, D-Cracking, Corner Cracking and Meander Cracking d. Pavement Deformation: Blow-ups, Faulting, Pavement Settlement or Heave, Utility Repairs, Patches and Potholes, Manhole and Inlet Cracking, and Curb or Shoulder Deformation 2. ASPHALT SURFACE DISTRESS a. Surface Defects: Raveling, Flushing, and Polishing b. Surface Deformation: Rutting, Distortion (including Rippling and Shoving, Settling, and Frost Heave) c. Cracks: Transverse, Reflection, Slippage, Longitudinal, Block, and Alligator cracks d. Patches and Potholes Examples of City streets for concrete surface distress and PASER rating are provided in Appendix A. 4

7 IV. Maintenance and Repair Alternatives There are three categories of maintenance/repairs available for maintaining roadway infrastructure: Preventative Maintenance, Road Rehabilitation and Road Reconstruction. A brief overview of each category is followed by a more detailed description of the individual alternatives and their costs. CATEGORIES Preventative Maintenance Preventative Maintenance (PM) is appropriate for newer roads in Very Good (8) to Good (6) condition. PM lengthens the service life of a structurally sound pavement. PM is limited to surface improvements such as crack seals, and joint seals and surface seals. Road Rehabilitation Road Rehabilitation (RH) procedures are appropriate for roads in Fair (4-5) condition. More intense rehabilitation procedure can be appropriate for roads rates in Poor (3) condition. RH may include localized full depth removal and replacement, mill and overlay, or other methods to improve the base and/or cross section of the pavement such as pulverize, re-grade, and overlay. RH procedures are more intensive than PM, but can restore a pavement to excellent condition at a significantly lower cost than full Road Reconstruction. Road Reconstruction Road Reconstruction (RC) procedures are appropriate for roads in Very Poor (2) to Failed (1) conditions. A rating of 1 or 2 means the road has no more useful service life. In this case full reconstruction with extensive base repair is necessary. Often, other types of work need to be considered with full reconstruction, such as drainage improvements or water main or sanitary sewer replacement. Alternatives The following text details possible maintenance and repair alternatives along with costs associated with each improvement. Note that the costs are based on fair market prices bid for similar jobs, including miscellaneous items such as traffic control and restoration. The following costs are typical average total project costs. They include typical engineering costs, such as design, inspection, and materials testing. The costs will need to be evaluated each year and updated to reflect current market conditions. The category of the improvements is indicated next to each repair alternative in parentheses. 5

8 Concrete Maintenance Program Crack/Joint Sealing (PM) Description: This process involves cleaning and routing cracks and/or joints and then filing them with hot rubber sealing compound. Sealing the cracks and/or joints inhibits water from penetrating the cracks, freezing expanding and causing the pavement to fail. Cost: An estimate of cost for this alternative is $1.25 per square yard of roadway to be maintained, but will vary with the severity of cracking and joint spacing. Joint Sealant Being Applied Joint Seal with Corner Break Repair (PM) Description: This process involves removing limited sections of the pavement to full depth, typical corners of slabs, and then resealing the joints surrounding the repair. Cost: An estimate of cost for this alternative is $35.00 per square yard of roadway to be maintained, but will vary with the severity of cracking and joint spacing. 6

9 Full Depth Slab Replacement (RH) Description: This process involves the full reconstruction of the failed concrete slabs and resealing surrounding joints. Cost: The estimated cost for this alternative depends on the percentage of the total roadway area that needs repair. The cost is approximately $45.00 per square yard if 25% of the road surface area requires repair and the same price per square yard if 50% of the road surface requires repairs. If slab replacements exceed 50% of the road surface, reconstruction should be considered. Note the square yard costs provided are for total project based on the anticipated percentage needing repair. Failed Sections Marked for Replacement and Saw Cutting for Removal Slab removed Street after Slab Repair 7

10 Full Re-construction Concrete Pavement Concrete Pavement Road Reconstruction City Local (RC) Description: The reconstruction of local concrete streets involves the removal of the existing concrete pavement and base and includes the construction of a new concrete paving section consisting of 8 of concrete placed on a 6 aggregate base. Cost: An estimate of cost for this alternative is $75.00 per square yard of road way to be replaced. Concrete Pavement Road Reconstruction City Major (RC) Description: The reconstruction of a major concrete street involves the removal of the existing concrete pavement and base and includes the construction of new concrete paving section consisting of 10 concrete placed on an 8 aggregate base. Cost: An estimate of cost for this alternative is $95.00 per square yard of roadway to be replaced. Concrete road pavement ongoing. 8

11 Asphalt Maintenance Program Overband Crack Seal (PM) Description: This process involves cleaning and applying an overbanding material. Overband crack seal material is comprised of rubber and tar with polyester fibers. Compressed air is used to clean each crack and its surrounding area prior to application of the material. The material is poured into cracks and onto the surrounding area creating a strip of overbanding material approximately 4-5 inches in width. Routing is not necessary to apply material. This alternative can be used on asphalt roadways with cracks up to 3 deep. Cost: The estimated cost for this maintenance alternative is $1.00 per square yard of pavement, but will vary with the severity of cracking. Application of Overband Crack Seal Crack Route and Fill (PM) Description: This process involves using a mechanical device to rout each crack in order to widen, cut, and clean the cracks prior to filling with bituminous materials. The bituminous materials fill the entire volume of the crack providing structural integrity to the pavement while also preventing moisture from entering the pavement structure. Cost: Crack route and Fill is approximately $1.25 per square yard. Crack Routing Crack Sealing 9

12 Mill and Overlay, 1.5 and 3 (RH) Description: Milling is a process by which the top section of pavement is milled off and discarded. This results in a rough surface to which an additional layer of pavement or emulsified asphalt surface treatment can be applied. A mill and overlay operation typically has two different mill depths, 1.5 and 3, depending on the road condition and existing roadway depth. For a roadway cross sections with less than 6 of pavement with minor surface defects or deformation, 1.5 milling is the preferred solution. For pavement cross sections with 6 or more pavement, and where there is more substantial surface defects exists, a 3 milling is more appropriate. The 3 milling depth allows for the removal of more substantial surface defects and rutting while also allowing for the placement of additional HMA material Cost: An estimate of cost for milling full width and placing 1.5 overlay is approximately $22.00 per square yard. A 3 mill and overlay costs approximately $27.00 per square yard. Milled asphalt pavement Asphalt paving after milling 10

13 V. Maintenance Alternatives C.E. Raines Co. met with the Director of Public Services to determine which maintenance procedures the city wanted to include in the analysis. The following table identifies the alternatives considered PASER Trigger and reset values, and costs. MAINTENANCE ALTERNATIVES PASER Rating Concrete Pavements Trigger Cost Cat. Maintenance Alternatives Min. Max Reset PM Joint Seal R&R, Crack sealing $ 1.25/LF PM Corner Break Rpr. w/ Joint Seal R&R $35.00/sqyd RH Slab Repair 25% $45.00/sqyd RH Slab Repair 50% $45.00/sqyd RC Local Reconstruction 8" conc. 8" base $77.00/sqyd RC Major Reconstruction 10" conc. 8"base w/geo $95.00/sqyd PASER Rating Asphalt Pavements Trigger Cost Cat. Maintenance Alternatives Min. Max. Reset PM Overband Crack Seal $ 1.00/LF RH Profile Mill and Overlay 1.5" $25.00/sqyd Table 4. 11

14 VI. Roadsoft Modeling The Roadsoft software utilizes a model of the entire road network as defined by the user. It is populated with features of each road segment, such as length width, and condition. The software applies user-entered parameters such as maintenance cost and total project budget to select a mix of maintenance procedures that will optimize the overall health of the network. The model results need to be adjusted to account for constraints or conditions that are not reflected in the model. In other words, actual project selections are made based on a variety of factors, such as availability of matching funds or grant funds, which may not follow the idealized model. Other capital improvements such as intersection reconstruction, and water or sewer utility upgrades must also be considered when selecting specific segment for a particular treatment. Roadsoft requires the following inputs and parameters in order to perform an analysis: Overall Road Network Segment Length Segment Width Segment PASER Condition Deterioration Rates (Curves) Candidate Maintenance Procedures Candidate Maintenance Costs Maximum Program Budget Inflation Rates Program Duration (e.g. 5 years, 10 years, etc.) The overall road network defined for this analysis includes asphalt and concrete city roads. The road length and width are static parameters that define each road segment in the network. The PASER condition is assigned during the field inspection and then adjusted by the software to account for deterioration, or improvements related to maintenance activities entered into the program. The maintenance procedures, costs, budget, inflation rates and program duration are all user defined inputs that are customized based on community budgeting needs. The deterioration curves are used by the model to predict future conditions. A unique curve is defined for concrete and asphalt roads. The remaining service life (RSL) of the road is defined as the years after initial construction before the road segment drops from a 4 to a 3 PASER rating. In other words, it is the window in which maintenance and light rehabilitation projects are cost effective procedures. Once a road drops to poor condition (PASER 3), major rehabilitation or total reconstruction are the only cost effective alternatives. The key to a successful asset management plan is applying the most cost effective procedure at the proper time. This means allocating resources to preserve the portion of the network in good to fair condition before pursuing the heavy rehabilitation and reconstruction projects. The deterioration 12

15 Chart 1. Concrete Deterioration Curve 13

16 Chart 2. Asphalt Deterioration Curve 14

17 For this analysis, a 28 year service life was used for concrete roads, and an 18 year service life was used for the asphalt roads. The service life can be extended beyond the initial values with preventative maintenance and rehabilitation processes as described above. The service life for a road can vary greatly based on subsurface conditions, mix design and other factors. The deterioration curves used in the model represent the average behavior The pavements optimization module in Roadsoft uses the input parameters to return the following results: Remaining Service Life (RSL) Years until the segment is expected to drop from PASER rating 4 to PASER 3, at which time maintenance procedures are no longer cost effective Projected average PASER rating of the network each year modeled Miles of road to receive specific treatments each year Funding allocation per treatment per year Total budget per year Roadsoft does not select specific segments to receive treatment. The next step in developing a program includes using the model output as guidance in selecting specific streets and subdivisions for treatment. As the road program progresses, treatments and new field ratings should be entered into Roadsoft to track the accuracy of the previous projections and improve future model accuracy. 15

18 VII. Analysis and Results The local and major streets in the City of Flat Rock street system were evaluated on a network level basis. This means the analysis sought to select a mix of fixes that would have greatest overall impact on the average network condition. Several iterations were performed for various funding levels and program durations. The analysis was narrowed to the five scenarios discussed below. It is important to look at the impact of a particular levels of investment on the remaining service life of the system Chart 3 illustrates the projected Remaining Service Life (RSL) at various funding levels. The RSL can be even an even more accurate representation of the health of the network than the PASER rating. While a road may have the same PASER rating for several years, each year of age is represented by one RSL. Chart 3 Average Remaining Service Life Comparison 16

19 Investment per Year for 10 years Remaining Service Life, Year 1 Remaining Service Life, Year 10 Do Nothing $200, $600, $1 million $1.25 million Table 5. Comparing Investment level to RSL The City currently has $200, budgeted for local and major street repairs. By examining the Remaining Service Life chart and table at the current rate of the investment the RSL drops significantly to years. This means that in 2024 the city road network will be 5 years beyond any type of preventive maintenance or rehabilitation to increase the RSL. Thus, in order to raise, the remaining service, half the roads will have to be reconstructed. A $600,000 investment for ten years will lead to a decrease in RSL, but not as significant as a $200,000 investment. Even with a $1 million per year expenditure the remaining service life will stay positive, however, will have a downward trend. With an annual investment of $1.25 million for ten years the RSL will reach a level of 4.80, which is higher than the current year s average of

20 VIII. Conclusions and Next Steps The next steps in the process are identifying the investment level that will be dedicated to the road program and selecting neighborhoods and road segments for the various treatments. The analysis shows that the current level of $200,000 per year is not sufficient to maintain the health of the system. Therefore a funding level of $1.25 million should be established to maintain and improve the health of the road network, thus preventing the necessity of reconstructing half of the City s paved roads by Once an investment level is determined, we recommend preparing a five year maintenance plan as follows: Within the first three years, identify road segments to receive preventative maintenance in the form of joint sealing, slab replacement, and rehabilitation. Reassess and identify, for the fourth and fifth, year a general strategy to raise the service level. The strategy may include increasing re-construction or slab replacement with additional preventative maintenance. The goal is to avoid falling behind up keeping the desired level of service. Roadsoft should be used to track all capital and maintenance work. We also recommend that a condition rating for the entire system be collected once every three years, to establish a good data set for the network. Maintaining a complete database of yearly ratings and maintenance procedures which will allow the model to be further refined and provide more accurate projections into the future. The program should be reviewed on an annual basis, and be adjusted as necessary to meet the City s goals. Next Steps Determine a level investment for the road network Develop a five year maintenance plan Track all maintenance and capital work with Roadsoft After 3 years collect new PASER data Refine model with new PASER data and maintenance data Refine and adjust program annually to meet City s goals 18

21 Appendix A

22 Examples of PASER Ratings Matilda Ave., Emma to Telegraph Division St., Ypsilanti St. to Gibraltar Rd. Rating 3

23 Cambridge Ave., Whitby to Todd Rating 4 Port Ave., Torry to Dover Rating 5

24 Blue Heron Dr., E. Hawthorne Blvd. to Winslow Dr. Rating 6 Evergreen St., E. Huron River to Field Rating 7

25 Bradbury Dr., Meadows to Woodruff Rating 8 Applegrove Way, Willow Springs to end of Phase I Rating 9

26 Appendix B

27 City of Flat Rock Paser Data for Major Streets Name From To Lanes Length PASER Type NFC Code RSL BMP EMP Vreeland Rd Canadian National Railway City/Twp Line Concrete Minor Arterial Aspen Blvd Gibraltar Rd High School Blvd Concrete Local Division St Gibraltar Rd. Ypsilanti St Concrete Local High School Blvd Attribute Change Evergreen St Asphalt Unknown Seneca St Gibraltar Rd. Ypsilanti St Concrete Local Vreeland Rd Cahill Rd Hall Rd Concrete Minor Arterial Vreeland Rd City/Twp Line Hall Rd Concrete Minor Arterial Vreeland Rd Hall Rd International Dr Concrete Minor Arterial Arsenal Rd Huron St Gibraltar Rd Concrete Local Arsenal Rd Gibraltar Rd. W Huron River Dr Concrete Local Atwater St Seneca St Telegraph Rd Concrete Local Atwater St Church St Seneca St Concrete Local Evergreen St High School Blvd Seneca St Concrete Local High School Blvd Aspen Blvd Attribute Change Concrete Local Seneca St Atwater St Huron River Dr Concrete Local Vreeland Rd City/Twp Line S I Concrete Minor Arterial Vreeland Rd International Dr City/Twp Line Concrete Minor Arterial Ypsilanti St. Church St Seneca St Concrete Local Arsenal Rd Telegraph Rd Arsenal Rd & Huron St Concrete Local Gateway Blvd Gibraltar Rd Commerce Dr Concrete Local Olmstead Rd Cottonwood Dr Country View Ln Concrete Major Collector Olmstead Rd Country View Ln Hickory Dr Concrete Major Collector Olmstead Rd Croft Ave Gibraltar Rd Concrete Major Collector Olmstead Rd Woodruff Rd Cottonwood Dr Concrete Major Collector Olmstead Rd Belton Ave Croft Ave Concrete Major Collector Seneca St Huron River Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete Local Aspen Blvd High School Blvd Maxwell Ln Concrete Local Church St Atwater St Huron River Dr Concrete Local Church St Huron River Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete Local Church St Gibraltar Rd. Ypsilanti St Concrete Local Commerce Dr Maguire St Gateway Blvd Concrete Local Evergreen St Field Ave Hill St Concrete Local Evergreen St Hill St Gibraltar Rd Concrete Local Olmstead Rd Hickory Dr Meadows Ave Concrete Major Collector Seneca St Moses St Cooke Ave Concrete Local Seneca St Ypsilanti St Moses St Concrete Local Ypsilanti St. Division St Church St Concrete Local Ypsilanti St. Seneca St Telegraph Rd & W Huron River Dr Concrete Local Aspen Blvd Maxwell Ln Hunter Ln Concrete Local Aspen Blvd Hunter Ln Parklane Dr Concrete Local Church St Ypsilanti St Cooke Ave Concrete Local Evergreen St Huron River Dr Field Ave Concrete Local Hall Rd Gibraltar Rd Roche Ave Concrete Major Collector

28 City of Flat Rock Paser Data for Major Streets Name From To Lanes Length PASER Type NFC Code RSL BMP EMP Hall Rd Roche Ave Vreeland Rd Concrete Major Collector Olmstead Rd Meadows Ave Belton Ave Concrete Major Collector Vreeland Rd Telegraph Rd Riverside Ct Concrete Minor Arterial Vreeland Rd E Hawthorne Blvd & Arsenal Rd Telegraph Rd Concrete Local Vreeland Rd Peters Rd Canadian National Railway Asphalt Minor Arterial Vreeland Rd Canadian National Railway Cahill Rd Concrete Minor Arterial Arsenal Rd Canadian National Railway E Hawthorne Blvd & Vreeland Rd Asphalt Major Collector Arsenal Rd E Hawthorne Blvd & Vreeland Rd Rockridge Ct Asphalt Major Collector Arsenal Rd Matilda Ave City/Twp Line Asphalt Major Collector Arsenal Rd Rockridge Ct Matilda Ave Asphalt Major Collector Aspen Blvd Hunter Ln Dead End or Start Concrete Local Aspen Blvd Parklane Dr Hunter Ln Concrete Local Commerce Dr Gibraltar Rd Maguire St Concrete Local Division St Huron River Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete Local Evergreen St Gibraltar Rd High School Blvd Concrete Local Vreeland Rd Riverside Ct Peters Rd Asphalt Minor Arterial Arsenal Rd W Huron River Dr Canadian National Railway Asphalt Major Collector PASER Ave

29 City of Flat Rock Local Streets PASER Data Name From To Lanes Length PASER Type ACT 51 Survey Date NFC Code RSL BMP EMP Baker St Mayfair Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Matilda Ave Emma Ave Telegraph Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Windsor Ave Meadows Ave Whitby Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Apple Grove Way Willow Spring Rd Maple View Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Magnolia Dr Aspen Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Aspen Dr Red Cedar Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Maple View Ln Willow Spring Rd Apple Grove Way Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Windsor Ave Olmstead Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Red Cedar Dr Field Ave Aspen Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Ailanthus Dr Woodruff Rd Laurel Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Ailanthus Dr Palmetto Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Alders Dr Laurel Dr Palmetto Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Alders Dr Palmetto Dr Meadows Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Dr Huron River Dr Field Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Dr Red Cedar Dr Magnolia Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Dr Magnolia Dr Tamarack Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cambridge Ave Whitby Ave Todd Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cooke Ave Division St Church St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cooke Ave Church St Seneca St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Dover Ave Port Ave Meadows Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Red Cedar Dr Tamarack Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Walnut St Magnolia Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd Blue Heron Dr Arsenal Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Laurel Dr Alders Dr Ailanthus Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Magnolia Dr Field Ave Magnolia Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Magnolia Dr Magnolia Ct Aspen Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Matilda Ave Arsenal Rd Emma Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Dead End or Start Dover Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Red Cedar Dr Huron River Dr Field Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Dr Tamarack Ct & Tamarack St Meadows Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Van Riper Ave Huron River Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Whitby Ave Windsor Ave Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Willow Spring Rd Huron River Dr Maple View Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Willow Spring Rd Maple View Ln Apple Grove Way Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Winslow Dr Blue Heron Dr Blue Heron Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Ailanthus Dr Laurel Dr Palmetto Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Alders Dr Woodruff Rd Laurel Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Apple Grove Way Glen View Ln Newer Pavement Section Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Apple Grove Way Maple View Ln Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Blvd Field Ave Red Cedar Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Rose Dr Wallace Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Page 1 of 5

30 City of Flat Rock Local Streets PASER Data Blue Heron Dr Woodline Ct Wallace Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cambridge Ave Todd Ave Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Division St Ypsilanti St Cooke Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Division St Wesley Ave Sheeks Blvd N Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Dover Ave Woodruff Rd Port Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Tamarack Dr Field St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd Inkster Rd Hawthorne & Blue Heron Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd W Hawthorne & Blue Heron Rose Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Magnolia Ct Magnolia Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Magnolia Dr Huron River Dr Field Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Port Ave Torry Ave Dover Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sheeks Blvd N Gibraltar Rd Division St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sheeks Blvd N Division St Attribute Change Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sheeks Blvd N Attribute Change Seneca St Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Sheeks Blvd S Huron River Dr N Sheeks N & Sheeks S Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sheeks Blvd S N Sheeks N & S Sheeks Wesley Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sheeks Blvd S Wesley Ave Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Torry Ave Woodruff Rd Kenmore Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Torry Ave Kenmore Ave Port Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Wesley Ave Church St Seneca St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Whitby Ave Cambridge Ave Sussex Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Whitby Ave Sussex Ave Windsor Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Windsor Ave Whitby Ave Belton Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Belton Ave Windsor Ave Olmstead Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Wallace Dr Woodline Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Wallace Dr Winslow Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Winslow Dr Ashtonbury Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Hawthorne Blvd & W Hawthorne Blvd McBeth Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr McBeth Ct Rose Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Ashtonbury Ct Winslow Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Blue Heron Dr Winslow Dr Hawthorne Blvd & E Hawthorne Blvd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Croft Ave Sussex Ave Olmstead Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Division St Cooke Ave Wesley Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Field Ave Evergreen St Walnut St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd Rose Dr Arcadia Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd Arcadia Dr Arcadia Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hill St Evergreen St Walnut St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Kenmore Ave Torry Ave Attribute Change Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Mary Ct Rose Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Dover Ave Windsor Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Palmetto Dr Larches Ave Ailanthus Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Robin Ct Rose Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rose Dr Hawthorne Blvd Mary Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Page 2 of 5

31 City of Flat Rock Local Streets PASER Data Rose Dr Hawthorne Blvd Mary Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rose Dr Mary Ct Robin Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sussex Ave Whitby Ave Croft Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Dr Circle Ct Tamarack Ct & Tamarack Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Wallace Dr Blue Heron Dr Blue Heron Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Walnut St Huron River Dr Field Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Walnut St Field Ave Hill St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Walnut St Hill St Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Woodline Ct Blue Heron Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Arcadia Dr Hawthorne Blvd Hawthorne Blvd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Ashtonbury Ct Blue Heron Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Boulder Dr Rockridge Ct Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Bradbury Dr Meadows Ave Cahill Rd Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Meadows Ave Romero Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Romero Ave Harrison Cir Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cottonwood Dr Olmstead Rd Bayberry Ct & Linden Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cottonwood Dr Bayberry Ct & Linden Ct Hickory Ct & Hickory Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Country View Ln Olmstead Rd Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Emma Ave Matilda Ave Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Glen View Ln Pear Tree Ct Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hawthorne Blvd Arcadia Dr E Hawthorne Blvd & Blue Heron Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hickory Dr Olmstead Rd Cherry Blossom Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hickory Dr Cherry Blossom Ln Sassafras Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hickory Dr Sassafras Dr Cherry Blossom Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hunter Ln Hunter Ct Aspen Blvd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Larches Ave Palmetto Dr Meadows Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local McBeth Ct Blue Heron Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Palmetto Dr Alders Dr Larches Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Parklane Dr Aspen Blvd Summer Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Parklane Dr Summer Ln Essex Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Parklane Dr Greenlawn Dr Summer Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Pear Tree Ct Glen View Ln Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rockridge Ct Boulder Dr Stoneway Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rockridge Ct Stoneway Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rockridge Ct Arsenal Rd Boulder Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rose Dr Robin Ct Blue Heron Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rockridge Ct Stoneway Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rockridge Ct Arsenal Rd Boulder Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Rose Dr Robin Ct Blue Heron Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Stoneway Dr Rockridge Ct Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sussex Ave Croft Ave Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Dr Field Ave Silver Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Dr Meadows Ave Field Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Page 3 of 5

32 City of Flat Rock Local Streets PASER Data Tamarack Dr Huron River Dr Circle Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Todd Ave Cambridge Ave Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Wesley Ave Division St Church St Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Wesley Ave Sheeks Blvd S Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Blvd Tamarack Dr Gibraltar Rd & Aspen Blvd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Aspen Blvd Parklane Dr Hunter Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Austen Ave Cahill Rd Bradbury Dr Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Bayberry Ct Linden Ct & Cottonwood Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Bradbury Dr Woodruff Rd Scott Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Bradbury Dr Scott Ave Austen Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Bradbury Dr Austen Ave Kenmore Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Bradbury Dr Kenmore Ave Koszula Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Bradbury Dr Koszula Ave Meadows Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Woodruff Rd Scott Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Scott Ave Austen Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Austen Ave Koszuta Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Koszuta Ave Meadows Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Harrison Cir Harrison Cir Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Harrison Cir Bradbury Dr Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Cahill Rd Bradbury Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Celtic Dr Trinity Dr Trinity Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Cherry Blossom Ln Hickory Dr Hickory Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Circle Ct Tamarack St Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Essex Parklane Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Fairlawn Dr Summer Ln Summer Ln Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Greenlawn Dr Parklane Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Harrison Cir Cahill Rd Cahill Rd Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Hickory Dr Cherry Blossom Ln Hickory Ct & Cottonwood Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hickory Dr Hickory Dr & Cottonwood Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hunter Ct Hunter Ln Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Hunter Ln Aspen Blvd Hunter Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Kenmore Ave Attribute Change Bradbury Dr Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Koszula Ave Cahill Rd Bradbury Dr Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Linden Ct Bayberry Ct & Cottonwood Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Maxwell Ln Aspen Blvd Pondside Ct Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Maxwell Ln Pondside Ct Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Alders Dr Larches Ave Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Larches Ave Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Meadows Ave Bradbury Dr Cahill Rd Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Meadows Ave Cahill Rd Romero Ave Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Meadows Ave Romero Ave Dead End or Start Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Meadows Ave Tamarack Dr Alders Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Mill St Huron River Dr Gibraltar Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Page 4 of 5

33 City of Flat Rock Local Streets PASER Data Parklane Dr Essex Greenlawn Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Pondside Ct Maxwell Ln Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Regency Dr Summer Ln Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Sassafras Dr Hickory Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Scott Ave Cahill Rd Bradbury Dr Concrete Undefined 11/10/13 Unknown Silver Ct Tamarack Dr Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Summer Ln Parklane Dr Fairlawn Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Summer Ln Fairlawn Dr Regency Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Summer Ln Regency Dr Fairlawn Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Summer Ln Fairlawn Dr Parklane Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Summer Ln Parklane Dr Cahill Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Ct Tamarack Dr & Tamarack St Dead End or Start Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Tamarack Dr Silver Ct Aspen Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Celtic Dr Inkster Rd Celtic Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Celtic Dr Celtic Dr Celtic Dr Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Apple Grove Way Newer Pavement Section Willow Spring Rd Concrete City Minor 11/10/13 Local Centerline Miles: Average Paser Rating Page 5 of 5

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