Updated on: November 13, 2018 at 16:09 pm

Contact

Vickey Dion, PE
City Engineer
City of Modesto
Community & Economic Development Dept.
1010 10th Street
​Suite 3100
Modesto, CA  95353
(209) 342-4712
email

 

Local Benefits

  • Provides $171,868,971 for local streets and road repairs and maintenance. Click HERE for a complete list of residential streets.
  • Contributes $34,373,800 for traffic congestion management.
  • Provides $17,186,897 for bike and pedestrian improvements.
  • Contributes $24,669,850 towards upgrade of the Briggsmore-Carpenter Interchange.
  • Includes $74,250,125 to complete SR132 by constructing a four-lane expressway from SR-99 to Gates Road.
  • Provides $7,894,350 towards construction of a new eight-lane interchange at Standiford.

Audit reports will be available July 2019
Click here for details of expenditures


ExpenditureExpenseTransaction Description
MODESTO STREETS$205,348.01
MODESTO JUL 2017-FEB 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$67,936.18MODESTO MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$192,695.52MODESTO APRIL 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$71,438.77MODESTO MAY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$118,337.10MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$10,751.01MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$83.75MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$76,803.81MODESTO JULY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$128,574.47MODESTO AUGUST 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO STREETS$907,259.03MODESTO SEPTEMBER 2018 EXPENDITURES
STREETS Total$1,779,227.65
MODESTO TRAFFIC$13,390.15MODESTO JUL 2017-FEB 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$1,720.35MODESTO MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$2,137.86MODESTO APRIL 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$2,238.58MODESTO MAY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$35.40MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$108,890.63MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$61,844.00MODESTO JUNE 2018 GRANT MATCHES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$79.61MODESTO JULY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$2,800.00MODESTO AUGUST 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO TRAFFIC$788.59MODESTO SEPTEMBER 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$4,282.04MODESTO JUL 2017-FEB 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$5,467.38MODESTO MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$547.88MODESTO APRIL 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$824.09MODESTO MAY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$799.36MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$133,451.00MODESTO JUNE 2018 GRANT MATCHES
MODESTO BIKE$2,309.50MODESTO JUNE 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$71.95MODESTO JULY 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$291.17MODESTO AUGUST 2018 EXPENDITURES
MODESTO BIKE$11,101.24MODESTO SEPTEMBER 2018 EXPENDITURES

What Does This Mean for Modesto?

This map shows one possible scenario of pavement treatments that the City of Modesto could do over a 5-year period with the previous budget of $2M per year.

This map shows one possible scenario of pavement treatments that the City of Modesto could do over a 5-year period if the tax measure provides $6.8M annually plus the previous $2M for a total of $8.8M per year.

Streets are surveyed and given a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) rating on a scale from 0 to 100.

100 = brand new street
0 = completely failed pavement
The City of Modesto’s current average PCI is 59.

​Pavement deteriorates over time due to use.  If proper maintenance is performed while the pavement is in very good condition, the treatment cost is low.  If pavement is not maintained and allowed to fail, the cost of reconstruction is over 20 times the cost of a slurry.

This map shows the current condition of streets in the City of Modesto with an average Pavement Condition Index of 59.

This map shows the projected condition of streets in 2041 in the City of Modesto if the tax measure did not pass. The City’s streets would fall to an average PCI of 25.

Deferred Maintenance Cost is the amount of money required to bring all streets up to “Very Good” condition.

The current deferred maintenance cost is estimated at $179 million.  Assuming the previous funding level of $2M per year for street maintenance for the next 25 years, in 2041 our PCI would be 25 and our deferred maintenance would be $1.2 billion.

The tax measure raises our funding level for street maintenance to $8.8M per year.  This funding level will ensure that we have money to fix our neighborhood streets and maintain our current PCI.

Allocations by expenditure categories: