Pavement and Traffic Operations

Mission Statement

The City of St. Petersburg Pavement & Traffic Operations (in conjunction with 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.

Pavement and Traffic Operations Work Orders

This map shows the location of all work orders and needs throughout the City from October 1, 2018 - Present.

Traffic Sign & Street Marking Open Work Orders

Utility Restoration Jobs Within the City 

 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 - 5 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