Use of Transportation Asset Management Principles in State Highway Agencies

Use of Transportation Asset Management Principles in State Highway Agencies

Transportation asset management is a strategic approach to managing transportation infrastructure. It focuses on business processes for resource allocation and utilization with the objective of better decision making based on quality information and well-defined objectives. This study reports the current state of practice for asset management among state departments of transportation (DOTs). It is advised by the recent Volume 2 of the "AASHTO Asset Management Guide – A Focus on Implementation," which provides a step-by-step process that enables agencies to align their investment decisions to their strategic goals. Information for this study was acquired through literature review, a workshop, interviews, and surveys of state DOTs.

Publisher:
Transportation Research Board

Publication Year:
2013

Report Number:
Project 20-05 (Topic 43-01)

TRID Accession Number:
01471859

External Link

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