Transportation Asset Management Case Studies
The Arizona Experience
ADOT will soon complete an initial assessment of its current business practices. This project is envisioned to be the launch pad for a comprehensive business process improvement effort that will further solidify the role of the information data warehouse. Both the business process improvement and data warehousing initiatives are gaining traction with support from executive management and operational management.
ADOT Web Site
Business Process Improvement
Infrastructure Asset Manager
Transportation Planning Division
Information Data Warehouse
System Development and Support Services Manager
Information Technology Group
Credits and Sources
Arizona Department of Transportation. ADOT Information Data Warehouse (AIDW) Executive
Briefing (last edited 2001).
---. Information Resource Management White Paper (last edited 2001).
---. Five Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program, FY 2003–2007 (2003).
---. Infrastructure Assets Financial Reporting Requirements Analysis Document (October 6, 2000).
---. Information Technology Group, presentation on the AIDW to the ADOT CORE Team (October 2002).
---. Transportation Planning Division, 2002 Arizona Transportation Factbook.
Bui, D. Arizona DOT Asset Information Data Warehouse Dimensional Model Document (October 27, 2000).
Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Arizona DOT Transportation Infrastructure Asset Management System Final Report (February 2003).
Cambridge Systematics, Inc., Lima & Associates, et al. Move AZ Plan Phase I Report (August 2002).
Photographs courtesy of the Arizona Department of Transportation
Front cover: Stacked split, I-10 and I-17, in Phoenix
Inside front cover: US 93 crossing the Colorado River at the Hoover Dam (artist's rendition)