LIVERMORE, CA — Livermore fared well in a recently released report that analyzes the quality of Bay Area roads.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which oversees transportation planning and more for the nine-county Bay Area, releases a report on pavement conditions of regional roads each year. Last month it released its latest report, which assigns communities a score on a scale of one to 100, based on a three-year average of data collected from 2017 to 2019. From there, communities are placed in categories ranging from “excellent” to “poor.”
Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon ranked toward the top of the “good” category with scores of 79, 79 and 78, respectively. Livermore’s 2019 score has barely changed from its scores of 78 in 2018 and 2017, while the cities of San Ramon and Pleasanton also received similar scores in the past few years.
While no cities ranked…