Pavement and Traffic Operations

Mission Statement

The City of St. Petersburg Pavement & Traffic Operations (in conjunction Stormwater Operations) strives to, plan, design, build, maintain, and operate public infrastructure in a manner that respects the environment and the ability of government to adequately preserve and maintain these assets for succeeding generations.

Pavement Focus

  • Roadways
  • Sidewalk/trails
  • Curbs
  • Alleys
  • Restoration - Utility cuts

Traffic Operations Focus

  • Traffic Signals
  • Street signs
  • Road markings
  • Management of traffic (MOT)

Repair Work Orders

These work orders are reported by type and volume.  This chart shows the work load trend by pavement request type. PTO is Pavement & Traffic Ops.

Sidewalk/curb work orders

This shows the closed and open work orders for sidewalk and curbs. This chart shows when work orders were created and the number open (light blue) and closed (blue).

Pavement and Traffic Operations Work Orders

This map shows the location of work orders and needs throughout the city for the last six months.

 Performance Benchmarks

Crews strive for completion in a timely fashion. Goals for types of work include the following:
  • Sidewalks - 30 days
  • Curbs - 30 days
  • Utility cuts - 7 days
  • Alley blading - 7 days
  • Alley reconstruction - 180 days
  • Potholes only - 2 days
  • Depressions (potholes with underlying issue) - monitoring
  • Sign replacement - 2 days
  • Sign new - 14 days
  • Signals -  30 min response/ 1 day closeout
  • Signals new - 30 days
  • Markings - 14 days

Average days to Close for Work Orders

Pavement crews are currently monitoring the time it takes to complete and close out work orders. The trouble categories are currently being expanded to better monitor the work being done. The chart below can be filtered by date.