The estimation of the actual and future maintenance needs of bridges in a mountainous area is an essential task of the Austrian asset management process.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is in a multi-phase project to implement strategic and tactical asset management analysis for many different assets maintained by the department.
In the absence of a widespread rail or water transport network, Ireland’s road network plays a vital role in the country’s economy. The road network consists of over 5,300 centreline kilometres of road.
Smart planning of infrastructure projects and maintenance of assets has a significant benefit to the entire community.
No other agency epitomizes the dTIMS Asset Management Journey like the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).
The roading industry in New Zealand has faced many challenges in recent times with reductions to funding budgets for road maintenance projects.
In lieu of a budget increase, UDOT realized they had to work smarter with the resources they had. They started looking internally at their data collection projects, in particular the pavements division.
Having the right tool for a job makes a fundamental difference in managing an ageing water network.
In 2008, the Maine government enacted legislation specifying goals MaineDOT needed to achieve to maintain and rebuild the state's highway network by 2022 and 2027.
Fort Collins’ system of integrated asset management is helping that city control costs and program maintenance by combining its varied infrastructure inventories into a single platform.
New Zealand's local authorities have been ensuring pavement performance through the use of the dTIMS forecasting system.
Centralizing pavement management support services and distributing pavement management decision making to the local agencies efficiently divides responsibilities while encouraging the statewide use of pavement management systems.