According to a press release issued yesterday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Los Altos was one of the top scoring cities in the nine-county greater Bay Area for its roadway conditions,
Los Altos city streets scored an average pavement condition of 83 out of 100, while the region overall averaged 66. The report graded the region’s 42,000 miles of roadway as “fair” overall, with many worn streets needing rehabilitation to prevent continued, rapid deterioration.
Click to read report: Los Altos Pavement Condition
Among neighboring cities, Sunnyvale scored 74; Los Altos Hills, 76; Mountain View, 75; and Cupertino, 70. The worst score went to Unincorporated Sonoma County with an average of 44.
It’s good to know that with all this rain we are having that at least our roads are in fairly good shape.
Is it me or does it seem that most of our traffic problems are centered around highway 280 in Los Altos Hills?