Best Practices of Linking Required Planning/Performance Documents/Processes

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Author(s)

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590

Perry

PL

[email protected]

6179097197

Others Supporting Problem Statement
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Potential Panel Members

Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590


Best Practices of Linking Required Planning/Performance Documents/Processes


Funding

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Research Period

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Description

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Literature Search Summary

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Objectives

The objectives of this research will examine broadly:
• How State DOTs and MPOs are linking and including asset management decision in their traditional planning processes
• How asset management and the TAMP can be better integrated within an agency’s traditional planning process,
• What resources are needed to support State DOTs and MPOs to better connecting their TAMPs with the required planning documents.


Urgency and Potential Benefits

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Implementation Considerations

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Author(s)

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590

Perry

PL

[email protected]

6179097197


Others Supporting Problem Statement

Please add at least one supporting organization.

Potential Panel Members

Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590


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