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Pavement management system for City of Madison : research brief.
  • Published Date:
    2016-11-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Abstract:
    In this study, a complete pavement management system (PMS) was created and implemented in

    Madison, SD. The system consists of a street geodatabase, development of pavement performance

    models and maintenance & rehabilitation (M&R) plans. The PMS database includes an accurate road

    GIS map and information pertinent to pavement such as street inventory, pavement conditions, traffic

    conditions, history of maintenance and improvement work, and costs. Pavement Condition Index

    (PCI) was selected as a composite pavement performance measure which incorporates distress type,

    quantity, and severity. Pavement condition was evaluated based on a field survey. Pavements with

    similar characteristics (e.g., pavement structure, traffic, weather) were grouped together because

    they are expected to behave and deteriorate in a similar and consistent manner under the same

    environment. The performance functions were then created based on pavement age and pavement

    conditions for each group. M&R plans were analyzed and recommended using MicroPAVER based on

    various budget scenarios. Four types of M&R treatment were considered: localized stopgap (safety),

    localized preventive treatment, global preventive treatment, and major repairs. Within the current

    city’s budget, several M&R five-year plans were developed, analyzed and compared by maximizing the

    overall pavement conditions and minimizing the percentage of poor pavement areas by the end of

    2020.

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