Cities and counties face unique challenges when managing their local road networks. But four outstanding local agencies are improving their performance while saving millions of dollars.

Read this paper to learn how:

  • Carroll County, MD reduced pavement repair costs by $71 million
  • Pinellas County, FL saved $12 million while improving internal processes and services
  • The City of Newark, DE reduced the deterioration rate of its pavements and saved $9 million
  • City of Wilmington, DE justified—and achieved—more than $11 million in funding for its pavement management program

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