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Aging infrastructure, including streets, is a nationwide problem. Street conditions have been a priority for elected officials and residents for over a decade, with no easy and no single solution. The Infrastructure Management Program (IMP) is a five-year rolling program that focuses on the maintenance of Corpus Christi streets.
The IMP is made up of four programs:
The Street Preventative Maintenance Program (SPMP) is a regularly scheduled maintenance program for streets in fair condition. This Work Plan includes residential, local, collector, and arterial streets.
The Residential Street Rebuild Program (RSRP) addresses the City's residential streets in poor condition. Candidate residential street selection is based on criteria including pavement condition, underground utility work needed, proximity to schools, and overall cost to repair the street.
In-House Pavement Rehabilitation is the rehabilitation of residential streets. These streets have minimal concrete work associated.
The Concrete Restoration program begins the City’s concrete pavement maintenance program.