State of the Pavement Reports

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for more than 125,000 lane miles of roadway. 

Virginia’s current highway network is the result of more than 100 years of investment in infrastructure that provides for the economic activities and the mobility of people and goods throughout the commonwealth.

 Preserving this investment is a core function of VDOT.

These reports describe the condition and ride quality on Virginia’s pavements based on data collected, processed and analyzed by VDOT. They also provide trend analysis over the last five years. 

The information in these reports is used to understand variations in pavement condition and ride quality by pavement type, highway system, maintenance district and county.

NOTE: All files are in Adobe Portable Document Format unless otherwise indicated. PDFs

 

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