Clarification on the 2011 Maintained Mileage Reporting

Clarification on the 2011 Maintained Mileage Reporting for the CITIES and COUNTIES

There has been some confusion since we first published the 2011 Maintained Mileage Reporting (MMR) tasking (due May 1st, 2012). The MMR is not a new process; Section 2121 of the Streets and Highways Code provides that in May of each year, each county shall submit to the Department of Transportation any additions or exclusions from its mileage of maintained County roads, specifying the termini and mileage of each route added or excluded. Additional information could also be found in our Local Assistance web page below and look for LPP 05-04.

Please refer to your type of agency below to determine how to satisfy the 2011 MMR.

City Engineers Only:

A resolution is not needed for Cities.

1.) If there are any changes, highlight the changes on the spreadsheet that was sent out last year.

2.) If there are no changes, send a separate email that specifies that there are no changes from last year and that your agency is maintaining a total of XXXX miles.

Please provide your response in a separate email on or before May 1st.

County Engineers Only:

A resolution is needed for Counties.

1.) If there are any changes, highlight the changes on the spreadsheet that was sent out last year.

2.) If there are no changes, submit a resolution that includes the total miles from the previous year and the total miles from the current year.The resolution that HQ needs are the two numbers included in the “NOW AND THEREFORE” paragraph.

Please provide your response in a separate email on or before May 1st. If you’re unable to execute a resolution prior to the deadline, provide a draft copy with an anticipated date of approval.

For additional information, please contact Ferdinand Batatan (ferdinand_batatan@dot.ca.gov / 530-741-5704)

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