Managing Pavements and Monitoring Performance: Best Practices in Australia, Europe, and New Zealand: Executive Summary
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Managing Pavements and Monitoring Performance: Best Practices in Australia, Europe, and New Zealand: Executive Summary

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    Because pavements represent one of a transportation agency's largest investments, an international scan was conducted to investigate how countries internationally have improved the management of their pavements as they faced the challenges of decreased revenue, deteriorating conditions, and increased public demand for transportation services. The scan, which focused on pavements but was applicable to other assets, was cosponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). The scan focused on the following topic areas: 1. Processes for implementing sustainable performance based programs for managing pavements, and the use of pavement condition information and projections to support programs such as pavement preservation, public-private partnerships, and safety hazard mitigation. 2. Effective methods for communicating with upper management, legislators, and other stakeholders, including strategies to secure public and legislative support. 3. Agency cultures that support performance-based programs, including effective capacity-building programs. 4. Techniques, tools, analyses, and reporting mechanisms that support and encourage performance-based management and optimal use of available resources in transportation agencies. Although the scan team was investigating practices for managing pavements, most of the agencies it met with manage their pavement networks in an asset management framework that considers factors such as strategic fit, effectiveness, efficiency, and risk in determining levels of investment for roads, waterways, rails, and other assets. These agencies operate in a culture in which the long-term implications of their decisions are understood and communicated to decision makers using strategic performance measures linked to tactical decisions. Therefore, many of the recommendations have an asset management focus that can be applied to pavements or other transportation infrastructure assets.
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