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Economics in Asset Management: The New York Experience

Closing Thoughts

NYSDOT's recent decision to implement TAM at the agency level will give renewed impetus to the development of improved economic methods. In the near term, NYSDOT intends to continue to improve its program-and project-level economic analysis tools to assist the regions in program development, as well as to provide more information to the TAM Tradeoff Model.

Further Information

John J. Shufon, Director
NYSDOT Data Analysis and Forecasting Bureau
4 W. A. Harriman Campus, Room 111*
Albany, NY 12232-0411
518-457-1716
jshufon@dot.state.ny.us

Louis H. Adams, Civil Engineer 3
NYSDOT Data Analysis and Forecasting Bureau
4 W. A. Harriman Campus, Room 111*
Albany, NY 12232-0411
518-457-1716
ladams@dot.state.ny.us

(* address update: 50 Wolf Rd, Floor 6, Albany, NY 12232)

Page 16 Photograph: Wide-angle view looking forward from inside a car transiting a two-lane bridge with water on either side.

Photography Credits

Cover, inside front cover, page 2, page 14, page 16: © Getty One, Inc., 2003.

Page 7, page 11: Courtesy of the New York State Department of Transportation

Back Cover

U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration

Office of Asset Management
Federal Highway Administration
U.S. Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, HIAM-30
Washington, DC 20590

Telephone: 202-366-4036
Fax: 202-366-9981
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/infrastructure/asstmgmt/index.htm

FHWA-IF-03-039

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Updated: 11/14/2012