The Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is a measure used to indicate the general condition of a pavement. The method to produce a PCI score is based on a visual survey that notes the number and types of distresses in the pavement. PCI scores range from 0 to 100, where a PCI of 100 is equivalent to a new street and a PCI of 0 is considered a failed street. A pavement with a PCI score of 70 or above is considered in good condition. Pavements with a score between 50 and 70 are considered in fair condition. Pavements with a PCI score below 50 are considered at risk or in poor condition. In Fremont, major streets are surveyed every 2 years and all streets are surveyed every 5 years. After a survey is completed, the PCI scores are updated in real-time using a computer program.