PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — City of Pittsburgh officials are using technology to keep the public informed about this year’s paving projects, which were unveiled Wednesday by the Public Works Department.

Officials unveiled the list of streets along with a new interactive website, which will allow you to see exactly which stretches will be paved – approximately 44 miles in all.

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Any minor changes along the way will also be reflected on this site.

This is the first time in city history that the plan is available to the public via the new website.

City officials say the determine the plan each year by using street condition data from the Pavement Management System, citizen requests from the city’s 311 hotline and reports from Street Maintenance.

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The plan includes several components, according to city officials.

Those include milling and paving primary, secondary and tertiary streets, pothole maintenance and crack sealing, handicap ramp construction and line striping of crosswalks.

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