Streamlined processes help recoup higher payments for the agency. Consolidating data from multiple systems into a streamlined solution, Minnesota Department of Transportation increased reimbursements by 30%-50% and reduced manual processing by 65%-75%. A shattered guardrail, a downed roadway lantern, a smashed retaining wall. These are just some examples of roadway property damage that can occur […]
As one of the largest transportation agencies in the United States, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) manages the nation’s largest state-owned road network: 200,000 lane miles of roadways supporting more than 500,000,000 daily vehicle miles traveled across 254 counties. In 2011, TxDOT began using AgileAssets® Maintenance Manager™ as its maintenance management system of […]
Goals Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) needed a way to generate a multi-year pavement management plan based on financial facts and engineering data. Ideally, the plan needed to be roadway-specific, budget-constrained, and capable of being used to assess the impact of allocated funding. TxDOT defined the following goals: Develop a comprehensive, uniform 4-year pavement management […]
Goals With hundreds of employees and an advanced maintenance management system (MMS) in place, Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) already had two big advantages: talent and technology. But the agency saw a way to combine these strengths to achieve even higher performance for its maintenance operations. The key: empowering employees to use the technology to the fullest. ODOT’s Maintenance Division envisioned a […]
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) wanted to implement a visualization tool within its deployment of AgileAssets Pavement Analyst, an advanced pavement management system (PMS) known internally at Caltrans as PaveM. The value of the visualization tool would be to facilitate the pavement project review process.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) wanted to improve the decision-making processes of its pavement and maintenance teams.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) wanted to improve its statewide pavement management program to deliver more value to the traveling public.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) wanted to enhance its fleet management system to improve fleet data collection and reporting, and to maximize asset lifecycles.
The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) wanted to develop an automated maintenance and reporting support system to improve its winter snowplow operations.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) wanted to update its pavement management software—which consisted of four standalone applications—with an integrated, modern Pavement Management System (PMS).