AASHTO Subcommittee on Asset Management
MissionAdvance the State-of-the-Practice of Transportation Asset Management.
VisionTransportation Asset Management is the standard of practice for state DOTs and others to manage the nation’s physical transportation assets to optimize investment decisions.
The mission of the CPBM Subcommittee on Asset Management is to help improve the state-of-the-practice of asset management in State transportation departments. The Subcommittee works to help states optimize resources by utilizing performance-based goals and measures for operation, preservation, and improvement of their transportation systems.
The subcommittee provides information about the development of asset management tools, analysis methods, and research; communicates with AASHTO member States on how to utilize asset management; assists member states in implementing asset management principles; documents how asset management is being used and can be used in the future; and develops partnerships with public and private entities having an interest in and commitment to asset management.
The Subcommittee on Asset Management leadership includes a chair from the Standing Committee on Planning, a vice chair from the Standing Committee on Highways, and a secretary from the Federal Highway Administration. Subcommittee on Asset Management membership includes eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Planning (two per AASHTO region), and eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Highways (two per AASHTO region). In addition, membership includes one member each from the Administrative Subcommittee on Transportation Finance, the Standing Committee on Public Transportation, and the Standing Committee on Rail Transportation.
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