AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide | Guide/ManualAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide presents a comprehensive introduction to asset management concepts and practices. The guide is intended to foster understanding of asset management techniques and advance asset management practices at transportation agencies. Read more at: https://www.tamguide.com.
Iowa Transportation Asset Management Implementation Plan | Research Report
The Iowa Transportation Asset Management Implementation Plan defines Iowa DOT's implementation strategies to achieve asset management objectives and goals for the years 2020 to 2025. After the introduction, the document features three main sections covering the agency's TAM vision and goals, their existing TAM practices, and their implementation work plan, by which they lay out each of the steps and action needed to advance their TAM practice.
As the public transit landscape continues to become more and more data-centric, the importance of data-sharing decisions also increases. This report aims to help transit agencies make decisions about data sharing by outlining how agencies can evaluate the benefits, costs, and risks of sharing data. In producing this report, the research team completed interviews with transit agencies; their results are featured throughout the report.
PennDOT TSMO Performance Report 2020 | Research ReportSystem Performance
The 4th Edition of the TSMO Performance Report features several analyses and data comparisons of Pennsylvania transportation system performance data gathered in the four years prior to 2020. Most prominently, the report features a state-specific congestion pie chart. Several new data comparisons are included in this edition as well.
NCHRP Report 750 "Strategic Issues Facing Transportation, Volume 7: Preservation, Maintenance, and Renewal of Highway Infrastructure" analyzes highway infrastructure from a long-term perspective. New innovations and technologies continue to shift the forecast for the transportation industry in the next 30 to 50 years. This report aims to help agencies prepare for those possible futures with performance management best practices.
This document contains appendices for the following two documents: NCHRP Report 750, Volume 7: Preservation, Maintenance, and Renewal of Highway Infrastructure and NCHRP Report, Volume 7, Part B, Practitioner's Guide to Emerging Highway Preservation, Maintenance, and Renewal Practices.
Understanding Performance Management | Marketing/Communications, Research ReportBridge, Pavement, Safety, System Performance
This factsheet, available from the MinnesotaGO performance dashboard, describes how MnDOT uses state and federal performance measures. The factsheet explains the history, purpose, target setting processes, and other aspects of the state and federal performance measures.
Overview of TPM and HPMS | Document
In order to help transportation agencies better understand TPM federal regulations and requirements, USDOT and FHWA have created the video series, "TPM Essentials." The series comprises 18 short clips; each focuses on a specific aspect of federal TPM. The entire series can be found on FHWA's website here or on Youtube here.
"Overview of TPM and HPMS" outlines the key aspects of the relationship between TPM and the Highway Performance System (HPMS). Over the course of this 7.5-minute video, the clip answers the following questions:
- What is TPM?
- What is HPMS?
- How does TPM relate to HPMS?
- How has HPMS data changed under TPM?
- What new data items are required?
The AASHTO TAM Guide | Guide/ManualAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Transportation Asset Management (TAM) Guide is designed to help agencies further their understanding of asset management techniques and practices. It focuses on business and engineering practices for resource allocation and utilization, with the objective of better decision making based upon quality information and well defined objectives.
The NCHRP 20-24 Task 124 Performance Management Reporting Peer Exchange was held on Tuesday October 16th and Wednesday October 17th, 2018 at the Hall of States in Washington D.C. Representatives from 18 state DOTS, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and the Transportation Research Board (TRB) attended. Participants were subject matter experts in performance management, pavement management and communications. The goal of the Peer Exchange was to help DOTs develop a toolkit and strategies for communicating the difference between state and Federal pavement performance in a consistent narrative. While this Peer Exchange focused on pavement performance, the process can be used as a framework to develop strategies to help states communicate other performance measures. A toolkit and summary are available in addition to the final report.