Indiana DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has developed a TAMP with the goal is to achieve and sustain a desired state of good repair over the life cycle of the assets at a practical cost. The 10-year outlook of the 2022 TAMP streamlines with INDOT's 20-year plan to fully fund the asset management plan for bridges, large culverts, and roads.
On Sensors in Transportation Asset Management: Applications of Data Science and Mathematical Modelling | Guide/ManualSafety
This study considers existing intelligent highways components, such as sensors and remote surveys, and the data they collect, and how their use might be expanded to other purposes, such as incident response.
Publisher: The University of Bristol
Georgia DOT TAMP 2022-2031 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
Georgia’s Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) defines the condition of the state’s pavements and bridge structures, including culverts longer than 20 feet, on the National Highway System (NHS). This TAMP outlines the priorities and strategies used to cost effectively manage and preserve these assets over the next 10 years, deploying transportation asset management (TAM) and risk principles to make better data-based investment decisions in GDOT's existing infrastructure.
Publisher: Georgia Department of Transportation
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Program: GHG Mitigation Measure Policy Directive | ArticleEmissions, Environment
This policy brief describes the GHG Mitigation Measures Policy Directive adopted by the Transportation Commission for Colorado DOT in May 2022. The policy establishes ongoing processes for measuring, validating, and reporting GHG mitigation measures as set out in a December 2021 standard.
Highway Infrastructure Inspection Practices for the Digital Age (2022) | Research Report
This report details the deployment of state-of-the-art technology for the inspection of highway infrastructure during construction and maintenance activities.
TPM Newsletter – Spring 2022 | Marketing/CommunicationsOrganizational Management, Resilience, System Performance
The Spring 2022 issue is focused on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and features the following articles and content:
- Implementing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law within Transportation Agencies
- Welcome from the AASHTO CPBM Chair
- Gearing up to Invest in Transportation Resilience
- Infrastructure Resilience in Colorado
- AASHTO Supporting States on Implementation of IIJA/BIL
- NCHRP Proposal to Develop a Highway Asset Risk and Resilience Manual
- TPM Q&A with Steve Gaj
- Steve Gaj Memories and Tributes
- Featured Transportation Research
- Save the Date
- Get Involved in a CPBM Subcommittee or Work Group
Publisher: AASHTO, CPBM, The Transportation Pooled Fund
Asset Management Decision-Making For Infrastructure Systems | DocumentBook
This textbook provides a framework for infrastructure asset management decision-making, including how data are used to build models and assessing the effectiveness of investments.
Publisher: Springer Cham
Montana DT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The 2022 TAMP is MDT's third TAMP. The 2022 update continues to support agency efforts in achieving short-term performance targets and making progress toward MDT’s vision for Interstate and Non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS) pavements and bridges. Considered is physical conditions, life-cycle planning analysis, investment scenarios and risks for pavements and bridges, a roadmap for future investment strategies, and expected levels of performance.
Publisher: Montana Department of Transportation
Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Bridges and Structures | Guide/Manual, Pooled FundAsset Management, Bridge
This pooled fund supports AASHTO SCOBS (Special Committee on Bridges and Structures ) T-19.
Publisher: Transportation Pooled Fund
Assessment of State DOT National Safety Performance Measures: CY2018 – CY2020 Data | PresentationSafety, System Performance
A presentation of preliminary DOT safety performance measures conducted in April 2022. It discusses the progress states have made toward the their safety targets and FHWA's Vision Zero safety goals.
Download the presentation here.
A Guide to Computation and Use of System Level Valuation of Transportation Assets | DocumentAsset Management
State transportation agencies are stewards for public infrastructure assets that are essential to economic vitality, public safety, and quality of life. Accurate, relevant, and reliable asset valuation is crucial for decision-making to ensure the effective, efficient, and economical management of these public assets.
The Guide to Computation and Use of System Level Valuation of Transportation Assets provides guidance on how to calculate asset value, including three different perspectives each suited to different purposes, and a simple, 6-step approach to conduct the computation. It should be noted that though this guide is consistent with the standard practices, it is not an official accounting or financial standard.
Web resources available at https://www.assetvalueguide.com
The web guide is a product of NCHRP Project 23-06 presented in an easy-to-navigate digital version. The guide aids TAM practitioners in calculating and communicating asset value for an array of different perspectives and incorporating asset value into their decision-making processes. It is applicable to both highway and transit modes, and it provides advice for the best methods to value various different assets and asset classes.
Metropolitan Planning Organizations: Strategies for Future Success | Guide/Manual
This research collected insights from over 100 metropolitan planning organizations (MPO) through a literature review, surveys, roundtables, and information forums. The guide presents these insights as strategies for MPO organizational success and key research findings to overcome the many challenges facing MPOs today.