North Dakota DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
This document is NDDOT’s federally required Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP), developed under the requirements of 23 CFR 515. This TAMP addresses two asset classes, pavements and highway bridges. It further describes the transportation system managed by the NDDOT, the method of managing transportation assets throughout their life cycles, the financial constraints in managing the system, and the processes for managing risk related to the transportation system and services. While federal regulations only require the TAMP to cover the National Highway System (NHS) pavements and bridges, NDDOT has chosen to manage all of its pavements and bridges using the asset management principles documented in this TAMP. The TAMP is developed and managed by NDDOT’s Division of Planning and Asset Management and is updated every four years.
AASHTO Analysis of the National PM Data Set | PresentationSafety, System Performance
This presentation discusses the function of performance management and target setting as a tool for state DOTs as they seek to meet their safety goals. It includes a review of the progress states made toward their safety targets for 2018, 2019 and 2020 using preliminary performance results presented in November 2022.
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Virginia DOT Resilience Plan | PlanResilience, System Performance
Virginia DOT has developed a Resilience Plan to formalize a framework for incorporating resilience into transportation planning, project development, delivery, operations, maintenance and asset management. The Plan offers specific strategies built upon broad, goal-based objectives that will support appropriate and scientifically-based options for decision-makers. VDOT is currently working with FHWA to identify potential gaps between the VDOT Resilience Plan and the Resilience Improvement Plan requirements.
Austroads Road Asset Data Standard: Version 4 | Research ReportAsset Management
The Austroads Road Asset Data Standard provides road agencies and their suppliers in Australia and New Zealand with a specification for the data that supports common operational activities. The Data Standard also provides road network funding agencies with a specification to inform structure of reports and submissions requested from road agencies, to enable more equitable evidence-based investment decision-making. Specifically, the Standard establishes a common understanding of the meaning or semantics of the data to ensure appropriate use and interpretation of the data by its stakeholders.
TPM Newsletter - Fall 2022 | Marketing/CommunicationsAccessibility, Mobility, Resilience, System Performance
The Fall 2022 issue is focused on emerging performance areas, and features the following articles and content:
- Welcome from the AASHTO CPBM Chair
- Next Generation of Performance Management: New Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas
- MassDOT Destination Accessibility Measurement and Application
- Advancing Transportation Equity in Minnesota
- AASHTO Updates
- Writing a 'Good' Risk Statement
- Featured Transportation Research
- Save the Date
- Get Involved in a CPBM Subcommittee or Work Group
This 2022 Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) provides updates to the Transportation Asset Management Plan certified by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in August 2019. This 2022 TAMP includes NHS pavements and bridges, DDOT‐maintained non‐NHS pavements (i.e., local roads and federal‐aid roads), non‐NHS bridges (including pedestrian bridges), tunnels, alleys, and sidewalks. While DDOT has attempted to develop a comprehensive TAMP including other assets, the analysis in this TAMP has been limited to assets which have sufficient data and information. As such, additional assets beyond the NHS pavement and bridges are not to be considered part of the TAMP recertification process.
Connecticut DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
CTDOT's 2022 Highway Transportation Asset Management Plan goes beyond federal requirements by including nine additional assets, four of which are new assets since the 2019 Highway Transportation Asset Management Plan. This plan also expands the road and bridge networks under consideration from the National Highway System to the entire state highway system.
AASHTO CPBM TAM Subcommittee – TAM Strategic Action Plan | Flyer/Handout, PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
This TAM Strategic Action Plan establishes a common agenda for advancing TAM knowledge and practice for the American Association of Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Committee on Performance- Based Management (CPBM) Subcommittee on Asset Management, in coordination with the Subcommittee’s partners and stakeholders.
A 2019 TAM Strategic Planning Workshop, held on October 17-18, 2019 in Irvine, California, provided the foundation for the AASHTO CPBM TAM Subcommittee – TAM Strategic Action Plan. With over 45 attendees representing more than 35 organizations, the discussions brought together many voices and perspectives to identify, define, and prioritize the specific opportunities for TAM advancements that will deliver real value to transportation agencies.
A full research report is available at: https://onlinepubs.trb.org/Onlinepubs/nchrp/docs/NCHRP20-123-01FinalReport.pdf.