Aims to encourage transportation agencies to address strategic questions as they confront the task of managing the surface transportation system. Drawn form both national and international knowledge and experience, it provides guidance to State Department of Transportation (DOT) decision makers, as well as county and municipal transportation agencies, to assist them in realizing the most from financial resources now and into the future, preserving highway assets, and providing the service expected by customers. Divided into two parts, Part one focuses on leadership and goal and objective setintg, while Part two is more technically oriented. Appendices include work sheets and case studies.National Asset Management Steering Group. International Infrastructure Management Manual. Auckland, New Zealand: Association of Local Government Engineering NZ, Inc. (INGENIUM), 2006. National Cooperative Highway Researchanbsp;...
|Title||:||AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide|
|Publisher||:||AASHTO - 2011|