Brochure on the AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide - A Focus on Implementation | Marketing/Communications
Timeline: Performance Management Implementation | Marketing/Communications, Research ReportBridge, Freight, Pavement, Safety, System Performance
This timeline, developed by Iowa DOT, presents information on the implementation of MAP-21/FAST Act performance measures and performance-based planning. The left portion of page 1 shows key dates for several rulemakings: safety (green); pavements, bridges, system performance, and freight (blue), transit asset management (purple), and transportation asset management (orange). Additional information includes dates for target setting, reporting, evaluation, and potential penalty periods if the State doesn’t meet targets or specific requirements. Note that CMAQ measures are not included, as Iowa does not have non-attainment/maintenance areas and those measures do not apply. The right portion of page 1 is broken into the same categories, and lists the required performance measures and relevant information about how States will be reviewed and what penalties may apply for not meeting targets or specific requirements, such as minimum pavement and bridge conditions.
The second page is a condensed summary of the CFR sections that deal with establishing and reporting targets and assessing a State’s progress, as well as a summary of asset management plan requirements.
If you wish to print a copy of the timeline, note that it is designed to be printed on a single double-sided 11x17 inch page.
Lean Rapid Improvement Events - Go or No Go Criteria | Research Report
This guide provides materials for the instructor of a Pavement Maintenance Effectiveness: Innovative Materials Workshop. The guide was developed to facilitate a slide presentation on state of the practice for pavement maintenance across six sessions.
Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) - The Colorado Experience | Research ReportAsset Management, Pavement
This case study details Colorado DOT's experiences with asset management and life cycle costing analysis (LCCA). CDOT began using LCCA to evaluate investment decisions, and the agency has developed an LCCA process that has been integrated into their planning, policies, and procedures to produce a sound, long-term approach to managing assets. This report is part of the FHWA Office of Asset Management's series of case studies on TAM, produced with the goal of sharing information between agencies to improve efficiency.
The goal of this study is to identify the best and most effective ways to collect element level data in a format and with specific procedures that will ensure quality data are obtained and subsequently used most effectively. Element level data are required to be collected to implement element level bridge inspection procedures by October 1, 2014 per the MAP 21.
This case study details the asset management experiences of the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI), focusing on the economic elements of their programming. OKI uses prioritization processes and economic analysis software for surface transportation project planning. Additionally they are looking to integrate benefit-cost analysis tools in the future, to further facilitate asset management practices and to analyze projects in their Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This report is part of the FHWA Office of Asset Management's series of case studies on TAM, produced with the goal of sharing information between agencies to improve efficiency.
This document is a sample joint agreement form created by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), which includes the terms of a transportation performance management plan to which MoDOT and an MPO would agree. These terms include: the types of data that would be provided by each organization, the processes of selecting and reporting performance targets, and progress reporting.
FHWA Asset Management Financial Report Series: The Vermont Experience | Research Report
This case study documents the development of the asset management program at Oregon DOT. ODOT changed their asset management methodology to incorporate economics as they produced the Oregon Highway Plan with the use of HERS, an investment-performance model. This report is part of the FHWA Office of Asset Management's series of case studies on TAM, produced with the goal of sharing information between agencies to improve efficiency.