Note: Pavement condition data is collected every two years on the state-maintained highway system. Mileage may vary slightly between current and past years due to highway network changes (examples--bypasses, realignments, new construction, etc.).
County Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) History by Year
Statewide Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) History
County / Route Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) History
Pavement condition is assessed using Pavement Condition Rating (PCR), a function of ride smoothness and distress data. PCR is represented with a number from 0 to 100, with higher numbers representing better pavement. MDOT groups pavements in Good, Fair, or Poor condition based on their PCR value. MDOT has established a goal of maintaining interstate pavements in Good condition and all other State Maintained highways at a minimum Fair condition. However, funding shortfalls prevent MDOT from achieving these goals.
- PCR of 71 or below.
- PCR of 72 – 81.
- PCR of 82 or better.