The City of Bend is making plans to repair some of their heavily traveled roundabouts this summer. Kevin Ramsey with the Streets Division says they are looking at putting more concrete on the surface to increase their life span. “They all seem to be failing at the same rate about 6 to 7 year life span. We’re looking for a more sustainable product about 30 to 40 year life span.” The first roundabout slated for repair is the Reed Market and Mt. Washington roundabout. When construction gets underway this summer, it will be closed for about a month. Detours will be in place.