PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Public Works Department has unveiled its street paving project list for 2016.

This year, crews will pave just short of 50 miles of roadway across the city.

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Starting next month, workers will be out assessing city-owned street to see what kind of shape their in.

And officials say the plans will undergo minor revisions as needs change throughout the summer and fall.

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According to the Public Works Department, the program has several components:

  • Milling and paving of primary, secondary, and tertiary streets throughout the city
  • Maintenance activities, such as pothole patching and crack sealing to extend the life of city streets
  • Construction of handicap ramps in conjunction with paving projects
  • Concrete and brick repairs
  • Thermoplastic line striping of crosswalks in high-traffic pedestrian areas

 

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