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Bloomington Streets

The City of Bloomington created this web page to focus primarily on upcoming street/sidewalk projects funded through Local Motor Fuel Tax (LMFT). This is in addition to signage, flyers, social media posts, and press releases the City will provide in order to keep the public informed about street maintenance projects in the City. The revenue generated by the now eight-cent LMFT, and one-quarter of one percent of the Home Rule Sales Tax, is kept separate in a special fund that can only be utilized for this work.,

Local Motor Fuel Tax and Home Rule Sales Tax collected in FY2020 to date total $5,810,527 and expenditures total $4,021,669. Please note, there is a time lag between when LMFT is collected and when it is reported.

FY 2021 and FY 2022 Resurfacing Plan
Public Works provided a resurfacing presentation for discussion during the Committee of the Whole meeting on March 16, 2020. In addition to the video of the presentation below, the following materials are available to download:

Resurfacing Project Updates: August 2, 2019

Post Date:08/02/2019 12:00 PM

Below is a list of updates for various resurfacing projects throughout Bloomington. Please use caution when traveling through these areas or any work zones. To view a map of all resurfacing planned for this fiscal year, click here

Market, Howard to Roosevelt

  • Underground utility castings have been removed for milling operations
  • New sidewalk ramps, curb and gutter, sidewalk, and driveway approach installation has begun at various locations

Gettysburg, Empire to Todd

  • Milling and resurfacing slated to start the week of August 6

Fairway, Empire to Oakland

  • Asphalt surface installation has been completed
  • Inspection has been completed
  • Pavement striping is completed

Main, Front to Mulberry

  • Asphalt surface installation has been completed
  • Inspection has been completed

Monroe, Madison to Center

  • Asphalt surface installation has been completed
  • Inspection has been completed
  • Pavement striping is completed

Monroe, Main to East

  • Asphalt surface installation has been completed
  • Inspection has been completed
  • Pavement striping is completed

Mulberry, Howard to Catherine

  • Underground utility castings have been removed for milling operations

Catherine, Locust to Market

  • All curb and gutter has been removed and replaced for milling operations

Mason, Mulberry to Monroe

  • Underground utility castings have been removed for milling operations
  • Milling operations have been completed from Market to Monroe

Mason, Washington to Jefferson

  • Underground utility castings have been removed for milling operations
  • Milling operations have been completed

Broadmoor, Oakland to Lincoln

  • All sidewalk ramps have been removed and replacement has been completed.

Definitions
Milling is removing the asphalt surface.
Leveling binder provides structural stability between the rock base and the final surface. This is the last step before installing the final surface. 
Resurfacing is the final step in the process where new asphalt is installed.

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FY 2021 Resurfacing
FY 2021 Pavement Preservation
FY 2022 Resurfacing
Sidewalk & Ramp Replacement
Vertical Displacement Repair
LMFT Reports & Forms
LMFT FAQ
Asphalt and Concrete Projects and Funding From FY 2014 to FY 2019
IDOT Proposed Highway Improvement Program 2020-2025

Pavement Ratings
Public Works rates streets using the 10-point Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating (PASER) system, with 10 as the best rating. The Department manages a regularly-updated, interactive, Geographic Information System map. A simplified version of the map is available below. Dark red to light red colors indicate ratings 1-5, and light green to dark green colors indicate ratings 6-10. Click here to view the full interactive pavement rating map in a new window. 

 

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2019 Roadwork Wrap-Up
At the Committee of the Whole meeting on November 18, 2019, Public Works provided a brief presentation to recap asphalt and concrete roadwork performed by City employees and contractors throughout 2019. This presentation provides an opportunity to show Council and the public the results of the various infrastructure programs and to recognize the people who contributed to the programs.

 

 

2019 Bloomington Roadwork Video Compilation

 

 


Front Street Time Lapse

 

 

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