Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS)
The City of Redlands PARIS program has been very successful in funding City wide pavement rehabilitation.
Current PARIS Project (Under Bidding):
Completed PARIS Project:
- PARIS (1491-1740) Resurfacing Project Interactive Map
- PARIS (1029-1490) Resurfacing Project Interactive Map
- PARIS (567-1028) Resurfacing Project Interactive Map
- PARIS (35-566) Resurfacing Project Interactive Map
The PARIS report is the final part of the critical comprehensive pavement management plan as it identifies methodologies to implement the PMP and finance the program. Within the PARIS report, pavement lifecycles, deterioration rates, opportunity costs, contributors to pavement deterioration, and potential funding sources are all identified. Also included is a method for identifying, quantifying, and recovering costs associated with the damage caused by the major contributor to pavement deterioration, i.e. City operated utility vehicles. Additionally, the PARIS report illustrates how the City’s current limited funding for maintenance will result in the street degradation rate accelerating significantly over time. Finally, a strategy that will increase the City’s PCI to approximately 80 in five years through use of various funding sources is given.