Roadway striping productivity data analysis for INDOT Greenfield and Crawfordsville districts.
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Roadway striping productivity data analysis for INDOT Greenfield and Crawfordsville districts.

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      The main objective of the SPR‐3650 project is to provide an accurate overview of striping operation so that INDOT finds a way to

      effectively save significant investment for purchasing new striping trucks in near future without compromising roadway striping

      operation and maintenance. Telematics technology was used to collect 2012 striping season operation data collection, from April 2012

      to November 2012, in real‐time via wireless network to analyze striping operation performance mainly focusing on four striping trucks in

      the Crawfordsville and Greenfield district. The study focused productivity and utilization as key performance components. Productivity

      and utilization analyses revealed that there is significant opportunity to improve. As a result of data analysis, four recommendations and

      performance metrics were suggested. Several statistical techniques such as Monte Carlo simulation and triangular distribution model

      were used to develop the performance metrics. An expected further outcome of the study is that new data collection system provides

      an opportunity to improve various INDOT roadway maintenance operations.

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