Riverside County’s roads to undergo close scrutiny

City News Service RIVERSIDE - The Board of Supervisors signed off on Tuesday, Oct. 1 on a $1.8 million contract with a civil engineering firm to analyze the quality of the more than 2,200 miles of roads and highways maintained by the Riverside County Transportation & Land Management Agency. "These inspectors are going to go out and inspect every single road in the county,'' TLMA Deputy Director Patty Romo told the board. "They will tell us the condition of every single road ... (providing) an accurate, consistent assessment of road conditions.'' The roughly three-year compact with Alpharetta, Georgia-based Dynatest North America Inc. will entail two-man crews scouring county-maintained roads in vans towing trailers with proprietary ``road surfacing profiling equipment,'' featuring c
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