Wyoming DOT 2022 TAMP | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The 2022 Wyoming TAMP presents the DOT's approach to managing its pavement and bridge assets. It includes sections on pavement and bridge conditions and programs, life-cycle cost analysis, financial planning and investment strategies, and risks to the transportation system. Notably, WYDOT's 2022 TAMP includes a section on Performance Management.
This updated plan is the second TAMP developed for California's transportation system approved by the California Transportation Commission and certified by the FHWA in 2018. It was established in collaboration with hundreds of stakeholders throughout the state. It is expected to improve upon the initial TAMP and allow California to maximize results by managing the life cycle of transportation assets strategically to minimize costs and manage risks.
Michigan DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
MDOT’s 2022 TAMP builds off decades of transportation asset management efforts in
Michigan, including the department’s 2019 TAMP. MDOT has used asset management tools to evaluate its network condition since 1997 to guide investment and programming decisions. The Michigan TAMP includes inventory and condition information, documentation of performance measures and targets, a description of the investment strategy and the asset management processes MDOT uses to guide program and project decisions, and financial and performance gap analyses.
New Hampshire DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
This plan identifies risk-based analyses and processes to support the efficient allocation of New Hampshire DOT's resources. Its goal is to maintain assets in a State of Good Repair and reduce any potential system risks. The New Hampshire DOT worked with the state's four metropolitan planning organizations to provide a 10-year roadmap for the strategic management of NHS bridge and pavement assets.
Electric Vehicle Myths | ArticleEmissions, Environment
This article, published by the Environmental Protection Agency, answers questions surrounding six common myths about electric vehicles. It provides straightforward answers and offers up additional resources for further investigation. The six myths are:
- Myth #1: Electric vehicles are worse for the climate than gasoline cars because of the power plant emissions.
- Myth #2: Electric vehicles don’t have enough range to handle daily travel demands.
- Myth #3: Electric vehicles only come as sedans.
- Myth #4: There is nowhere to charge.
- Myth #5: Electric vehicles are worse for the climate than gasoline cars because of battery manufacturing.
- Myth #6: Electric vehicles are not as safe as comparable gasoline vehicles.
New Mexico DOT TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
NMDOT's 2022 TAMP provides an assessment of the condition of pavements and bridges on the Interstate and National Highway System and identifies future performance gaps based on current and anticipated finances and asset conditions. It also includes a description of the project selection process, how cost estimates are determined, the details of NMDOT’s financial plan, and an assessment of the risks inherent in managing such an expansive set of assets.
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.
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
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
Mississippi DOT 2022 TAMP | Plan
The updated 2022 Mississippi TAMP (further revised January 2023) outlines the guiding strategies for TAM efforts at MDOT. Under Managing Risk (chapter 5), MDOT's 2022 TAMP now includes a new section, "Risk in the TAMP", detailing MDOT's risk performance gap analysis efforts. Under Financial Plan (chapter 7), the 2022 TAMP includes a new section for "Overall Distribution of Revenue".