Using the right systems and strategies can help your agency meet FAST Act requirements and secure federal funding Many transportation agencies struggle with limited resources and legislative changes that often burden small teams on tight budgets. The wide-ranging mandates of the 2015 FAST Act (like its legislative precursor, MAP-21) continue to challenge agencies to be […]
Today’s most successful pavement managers are moving away from worst-first treatment approaches in favor of proactively managing the full lifecycle of their pavement assets. The payoff for this analysis-driven, lifecycle-based strategy is safer, longer-lasting roadways and a higher return on infrastructure investments. AgileAssets Senior Consultant Chris Newson demonstrates ways to produce a fully optimized pavement […]
Improve Performance Across the Pavement Lifecycle Today’s pavement managers face a daunting challenge: improving roadway safety and performance with optimized work plans despite limited budgets. Meeting this challenge with a mature pavement management strategy can help maximize the benefits of pavement projects across the asset lifecycle and across your road network. Use these five keys […]
To get the most value for available funds, transportation agencies need to know which projects will bring the most benefit in the short and long term. Large road networks can benefit from using an integrated asset management system to perform advanced cross-asset trade-off analysis. A trade-off analysis can determine the right timing and mix of projects […]
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 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).
The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) recognized the need to improve its pavement management program to save time and money while achieving performance targets.