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File #: 2022-0077    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed Finally
File created: 1/31/2022 In control: Committee on Public Works
On agenda: 2/1/2022 Final action: 3/1/2022
Enactment date: 3/1/2022 Enactment #: 6
Effective date: 3/3/2022    
Title: Ordinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh Code, Title One: Administrative, Article III: Organization, Chapter 118: Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, by adding ? 118.03: Infrastructure Asset Reporting
Sponsors: Corey O'Connor, Erika Strassburger, Anthony Coghill
Indexes: PGH. CODE ORDINANCES TITLE 01 - ADMINISTRATIVE
Title
Ordinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh Code, Title One: Administrative, Article III: Organization, Chapter 118: Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, by adding ? 118.03: Infrastructure Asset Reporting

Body
The Council of the City of Pittsburgh hereby enacts as follows:

Section 1. Title One: Administrative, Article III: Organization, Chapter 118: Department of Mobility and Infrastructure is amended and supplemented as follows:

? 118.03: INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET REPORTING

The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure shall develop, publish, and regularly update reports on the portfolio of major City-maintained infrastructure, such as bridges, tunnels, poles, and other major infrastructure. These reports shall be assembled using existing data, readily accessible to the public, and hosted online through a City of Pittsburgh website.

118.03(A). REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

1. Reports shall include, at a minimum, the following:

a. An inventory of major City-maintained infrastructure assets as defined by the Commission on Infrastructure Asset Reporting and Investment in consultation with the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, including, but not limited to, bridges, tunnels, major roadways, infrastructure affected by or at risk of being affected by landslides, etc.;

b. Maintenance and upgrade records, where available, of major City-maintained infrastructure assets dating back 10 years from the calendar year in which a report is to be published;

c. A history of inspection including date, grade given as a result of the inspection, entity that conducted the inspection, and required inspection frequency for major City-maintained infrastructure assets dating back 10 years from the calendar year in which a report is to be published;

d. Risk assessments based on the most recent inspection of major City-maintained infrastructure, subject to the limitations outlined in ? 118.03(B)(3);

e. A description of the current status and condition of major...

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