The Metropolitan Transportation Commission today released a report ranking pavement conditions of local roads in the Bay Area. The average three-year pavement condition index (PCI) score for 2005-07 was 65 out of a possible 100 points.
Here’s how the various cities stacked up:
* Union City: score of 75
* Newark: 71
* Fremont: 68
Union City and Newark fell in the “good” range (70-79) while Fremont was in the “fair” range (60-69).
Newark was among the cities that saw its score plummet 4 points from last year. Only one other city, St. Helena, saw a greater decrease (-5).
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