Data collected for street work


Data collected in recent weeks on every Malden street will be used to develop a plan to help improve paving and street conditions. Between June 10 and June 21, a van equipped with mounted censors and cameras drove down every street in the city, compiling data on the condition of pavement, sidewalks, and curbs, as well as street lights, traffic signals, signs, parking meters, and guardrails. A statement from the city said the data will be used to develop the pavement management program and other elements of the city’s capital improvement plan.

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