Considerations in Managing Pavements and Bridges in Fair Condition | Research ReportAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The report, created by the Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group (TAM ETG), addresses the concerns of agencies facing a rise in the proportion of their pavement and bridge networks deteriorating to Fair condition. The TAM ETG members identified the factors contributing to this situation and initiated discussions emphasizing the importance of managing this increasing percentage of their networks based on TAM principles. The findings from these discussions form the basis of this document, which aims to: provide State and local transportation agencies with an understanding of why prioritizing investments in assets in Fair condition is more effective than heavily investing in those in Poor condition, and encourage the adoption of more proactive lifecycle planning in investment decisions.
Iowa DOT TAMP 2023 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
Iowa’s TAMP now includes the entire Primary Highway System, the complete highway network owned/maintained by Iowa DOT. The 2023 TAMP has a section for performance gap identification. Iowa's 2023 TAMP has sections for Asset Inventory and Condition, Life Cycle Planning, Performance Assessment, Risk Management, Financial Plan and Investment Strategies, and Process Improvements.
New Mexico RIP - Interim Briefing | Presentation
NMDOT seeks to develop a Resilience Improvement Plan to meet the requirements and cost share incentive of the PROTECT Formula Program. In alignment with the PROTECT program guidance and in support of the New Mexico Governor’s climate action initiative, NMDOT will build on the Resiliency 1.0 Study to integrate new data sources into the GIS-based analysis framework, apply likelihood and probability analysis, integrate guidance from FHWA Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Framework, and identify key priorities for each NMDOT district.
This PowerPoint summarizes the approach and methodology being used to develop the NM RIP.
Presented on 2/28 at an internal briefing.
Illinois DOT 2022 TAMP | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
The 2022 (published 2023) Illinois DOT TAMP describes Illinois DOT's plans to use performance data to drive investment decisions that align with national transportation asset management initiatives. Notably, the newest iteration of IDOT's TAMP includes a new chapter on Performance Measures, Targets, and Trends.
ADOT 2050 Long-Range Transportation Plan | Document
The ADOT 2050 Long-Range Transportation Plan is currently in progress, and anticipated in 2023. The Arizona Department of Transportation is currently updating their Long Range Transportation Plan to provide a blueprint for the state's transportation system over the next 25 years. The plan will establish strategic priorities, goals, and objectives to guide ADOT's transportation investments.
The plan is currently in the "Public Outreach" phase. In-person public meetings and a virtual telephone town hall will be held in central, northern and southern Arizona in early Spring 2023.
This is Kentucky's first Resilience Improvement Plan (RIP). It strives to identify vulnerabilities, develop risk-based strategies, and schedule and prioritize improvements. Kentucky's RIP serves as the baseline to
develop a more robust resilience planning program within the agency. As ongoing and future resilience planning activities are completed ,the Kentucky RIP will be updated.
Alaska DOT&PF TAMP 2022 | PlanAsset Management, Bridge, Pavement
This report is Alaska’s second Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP). The TAMP includes National Highway System (NHS) bridges and pavements only. As of July 2021, Alaska has 1,080 miles of Interstate and 1,148 miles of non-Interstate roads including 326 miles of unpaved non-Interstate NHS, which represents the nation’s only gravel roadways on the NHS. Alaska has 425 bridges on the NHS.