Subjects addressed:General/TAM Practice, Inventory and Condition Assessment, Maintenance and Preservation, Resource Allocation and Program Development, Risk Management
Topics addressed:Analytical Tools and Models, Data Collection Tools/Technologies, GIS/Visualization
Asset types addressed:Drainage and Stormwater, Other Assets, Pavement Markings and Rumble Strips, Traffic Barriers, Traffic Signs
DetailTitle: Asset Management and Safety Peer Exchange – Beyond Pavement and Bridges: Transportation Asset Management with a Focus on Safety
Resource type: Peer Exchange or Scan Report
Year published: 2011
Publisher: Federal Highway Administration
"This report summarizes the proceedings of the Asset Management and Safety Peer Exchange hosted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). The peer exchange was held in Cheyenne, WY on August 2, 2011.
The peer exchange addressed various aspects of asset management and safety – How can one improve safety performance through better asset management? What are effective ways to manage safety assets? How do agencies plan, prioritize, and budget safety asset needs? Managers from state DOTs and FHWA gathered to dialogue on best practices, challenges, and sharing of experiences."