Vital Signs Update for June 2016

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Data Release | June 2016

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New Data Point to Aging Transit Infrastructure and Stable Pavement Conditions

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today released updates to two critical performance indicators – street pavement condition and transit asset condition. Incorporating new data from year 2015, both indicators highlight the region’s challenges in moving toward a state of good repair across all modes of transportation. This release highlights that regional street pavement conditions have stayed stable for seven consecutive years, remaining in fair condition at a pavement condition index of 66. At the same time, new data on transit asset conditions shine a spotlight on BART’s significant maintenance needs – reflected by the fact that nearly half of all BART assets are past their useful lives.


Check out the Vital Signs website | Read the press release on pavement condition

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A new interactive graph allows Bay Area residents to see how their city stacks up when it comes to pavement. Are conditions improving or declining, and are their streets above or below the regional average?

How up to date are the key assets – vehicles, guideways and other systems – owned by Bay Area transit operators? An updated interactive allows users to explore snapshot rankings.

Transportation Indicators updated include: | Street Pavement Condition | Transit Asset Condition |


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