Recent legislation has resulted in new requirements for pavement conditions.
Recent legislation has resulted in new requirements for national performance measures and targets in several measure areas, including pavement conditions. Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) established the requirements, and Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) continued them. Most states and other transportation agencies have established their own measures for pavement conditions; however, few transportation officials have experience in managing a performance-based program with specific outcome-oriented pavement targets.
This course is intended to review concepts in Transportation Performance Management (TPM), identify specific measures used for characterizing pavement conditions and provide methods for analyzing and recommending pavement condition targets and approaches for monitoring pavement networks.
The target audience for this instructor-led training course primarily consists of professionals responsible for pavement analysis, pavement project selection, evaluation of pavement investment strategies and associated risks, recommending pavement targets and monitoring pavement condition.
This audience may include pavement engineers, asset managers, planners, performance management, and programming staff of State and local agencies, consultants, and FHWA staff.
Any organization can host this course.
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