Friction management is a critical component of a safe road network. Brian Schleppi from the Ohio Department of Transportation joins the podcast to discuss how a successful friction management program can improve road safety.
Developing a 4-year work plan is one of the best ways agencies can improve their pavement management process. Pavement expert Magdy Mikhail once again joins the podcast to explore the best strategies for putting together those plans.
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 […]
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The transportation industry continuously looks for ways to make roads smoother, quieter, and more sustainable. Harold Mullen, from the Texas Asphalt Pavement Association, explains how Hot Mix Asphalt is a versatile solution for making roads safe, comfortable, and eco-friendly.
Optimize your pavement network using advanced analytics. Preserving your pavement assets can help you save 80% of the cost of major repairs. See how AgileAssets® Pavement Analyst™ uses advanced analytics to help you save money while improving pavement network safety, longevity, and performance.
Pavement preservation is a successful strategy for improving road network performance and longevity. Cindy Estahkri from the Texas A and M Transportation Institute joins the podcast to talk about the many benefits of preserving your pavement assets.
Learn how City of Austin uses data to help deliver smoother streets. Ed Poppitt, P.E., PWLF, a 34-year veteran of the City of Austin, Texas, explains how better data drives better decisions, improves maintenance outcomes, and helps the agency meet customer expectations for riding comfort on local streets. Key Takeaways Why city and county […]
Successful pavement management means the right treatment at the right time and place. In this episode, Tom Scullion, P.E., Head of the Flexible Pavement Program at Texas A&M University’s Transportation Institute, explains what to consider when managing major pavement interventions.
More data is available today than ever before—but are agencies putting it to good use? Pavement data expert Chris Newson explores how agencies can more effectively gather, interpret, and apply their pavement management data for better outcomes.