20.1% Of Windsor’s Roads Are ‘Now Deficient’
Wednesday February 27th, 2013
Posted at 10:00am
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The City of Windsor is comprised of 1,010 km or 2,248 lane-kilometers of roadway and of that, city officials report that as of June 2012, 20.1% of the road system is rated as ‘Now deficient’. The estimated replacement value of the road system is approximately $1.8 billion.
The city says that it needs to spend a minimum annual expenditure of at least $40 million to $50 million to prevent further deterioration of the roads.
In 2013, the proposed Capital Budget calls for $4,000,000 to be spent on the following streets:
- Dominion from Totten to Northwood will be mill and paved as well as the asphalt expanded
- Glenwood from Beals to Cabana will be mill and paved
- Lincon from Niagara to Wyandotte will be fully reconstructed
- Willistead Creasent will be fully reconstructed
- Pelletier Street from Campbell to Rankin will be fully reconstructed
- St. Rose Street was on this list, but the project has been postponed