BENICIA, CA — The city of Benicia did not fare so well in a recently released report that analyzes the quality of Bay Area roads.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which oversees transportation planning and more for the nine-county Bay Area, annually releases its Pavement Condition Index for the region’s jurisdictions, including cities. Last month MTC released its latest report, which assigns communities a score of one to 100 — with 100 being the best possible score — based on a three-year average of data collected from 2017 to 2019. From there, communities were placed in categories ranging from “Excellent” to “Poor.”
Best, Worst Roads In Bay Area
Who’s got the worst roads in the Bay Area? The city of Petaluma once again was ranked dead last in the “Poor” category with a score of 45 PCI. Joining Petaluma in the “Poor” category were: the city of Pacifica with 46 PCI, unincorporated Sonoma County with 47 PCI, and unincorporated Napa County with 49 PCI.
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