Tucson and Pima County road conditions, remedies
Tucson and Pima County rate streets from 0 to 100, with a 100 rating being an almost brand-new or recently resurfaced street. A rating of 39 or below means that the road is very poor or failed and needs total reconstruction.
Can’t find your street?Roads not in the database include those under the control of the Arizona Department of Transportation and the towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita.
What does CL mean?The database also measures intersections as well as stretches of road. CL stands for center line, EPI refers to east point of intersection, WPI refers to west point of intersection, NPI refers to north point of the intersection and SPI refers to south point of the intersection.