qTRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 157: State of Good Repair: Prioritizing the Rehabilitation and Replacement of Existing Capital Assets and Evaluating the Implications for Transit presents a framework that builds upon a set of fundamental concepts and provides a basic set of steps for transit agencies to follow when evaluating and prioritizing capital asset rehabilitation and replacement investments. In addition to the printed report, an analytical approach and set of spreadsheet tools were developed to support the framework. These tools address how to evaluate rehabilitation and replacement actions for specific types of transit assets, and how to prioritize candidate rehabilitation and replacement actions.q--Publisher's description.The paper documents how the development of standard times for repairing brakes and preventive maintenance of buses at the agencies in Florida led to minimization of redundant ... This report describes research to evaluate the FTA minimum service-life requirements for buses. ... Cambridge Systematics, and McDonald Transit Associates, Inc. Capital Metro Peer Review Quadrennial Performance Audit.
|Title||:||State of Good Repair|
|Author||:||Harry S. Cohen, Joseph Barr|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2012-01-01|