5 Year CIP
5-Year Road Capital Improvement Program (highlights of the CIP)
The City of Turlock's Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is intended as a planning tool that identifies both the City's short- and long-term capital improvement needs. The CIP's objective is to align those needs with appropriate financing, scheduling, and implementation. This approach helps ensure more fiscally responsible and efficient use of existing resources. The CIP represents a commitment to building a more resilient and vibrant future for city residents, workers, and visitors.
- The City owns and maintains 508 lane miles of roads
City of Turlock Street Network PCI Map
- More than 99% of the City's streets are asphalt pavement
Surface Type Inventory by Percent Area
- Residential streets, collector roads, and arterials constitute 56%, 26%, and 18% of the roads, respectively
Inventory by Functional Class and Lane Miles
- 2022 PCI is 62 for the entire City on average
Network Condition Categories by Percentage Lane Miles
Network Condition Categories by Functional Class and Lane Miles
- To achieve a PCI of 80, approximately $223M funding is required ($440K per lane mile)
- To maintain the current PCI, approximately $80M funding is required ($158K per lane mile)
5-Year Funding Needed for Predicted PCI
5-Year CIP highlights
The goal of the 5-Year Plan (2023 - 2027) for the City is to develop a logical, cost-effective, and well-planned program for road repairs and capital improvements to stretch public funds and allow more streets to be repaired.
- The 5-Year CIP requires $53M to bring the network PCI from 50 to 59
- The distribution of improvements throughout each district of the city to provide equity of pavement improvements through various neighborhoods and commercial districts.
5-Year CIP - Distribution by District
- Prioritized streets with functional classification of 'Arterial' and 'Collector' due to heavy average daily traffic.
5-Year CIP Lane Miles by Functional Class
5-Year CIP Lane Miles by Functional Class and Year
5-Year CIP Lane Miles by Functional Class and Treatment Category
- A healthy percentage of available funding each year (8% average) is allocated to pavement preservation to reduce life-cycle costs of the network. A relatively inexpensive pavement preservation treatment earlier in the pavement's life cycle can postpone the need for a much more expensive treatment later on.
5-Year CIP Cost by Treatment Category
5-Year CIP Lane Miles by Treatment Category