This report focuses on how climate change will affect transportation infrastructure.
This study explains why the traditional approach to road safety is inferior to a more modern risk assessment system.
This guidebook contains specific and practical to implement guidance for state DOTs on how to best manage the costs of transportation projects.
Strategic Issues Facing Transportation: Volume 2: Climate Change, Extreme Weather Events and the Highway System
This guide to mitigating risk from climate change across the US highway system contains strategies to deal with the necessary changes infrastructure will need to combat climate change.
This report is a reference guide for analyzing the risks associated with bridge scour predictions.
Uses of Risk Management and Data Management to Support Target-Setting for Performance-Based Resource Allocation by Transportation Agencies
This NCHRP report supplements NCHRP report 666 “Target-Setting Methods and Data Management to Support Performance-Based Resource Allocation by Transportation Agencies.”
In this study a US team examined the importance of an organizational cultures that prioritizes asset management and a process for coming to effective decisions.
This report details a framework for using asset management with regards to investment in the Interstate Highway System (IHS) As a national asset, the IHS requires effective management practices and continual investment to remain in an effective state for highway transportation.
This executive summary is a report on a US scan team that visited several international agencies in July and August of 2009.