Transportation Asset Management Case Studies
Data Integration: The Virginia Experience
VDOT has already used results from the Needs-Based Budget Request Module of its Integrated Management System in presentations to its executive board. Although there is much work to be done, VDOT's ability to get meaningful information into the hands of decisionmakers has solidified support for further enhancements and provided a glimpse of the power of a fully developed Asset Management System.
Business Process-VDOT Asset Management Division
Robert A. Hanson, P.E.
Asset Management Project Manager
Charles D. Larson, P.E., PMP
Infrastructure Analysis Specialist
Information Technology-VDOT Information Technology Applications Division
Asset Management System Technical Manager
Credits and Sources
Code of Virginia 33.1-23.02 (2002).
Commonwealth of Virginia. Interim Balanced Score Card Project Evaluation for the Asset Management System Project, Version 2.0 (Dec 2003).
Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission of the Virginia General Assembly. Adequacy and Management of VDOT's Highway Maintenance Program (2000).
Sami, Naveed. Asset Management Data Integration at the Virginia DOT-Technology Issues. Presentation slides (Jan 2004).
Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts. Annual Report 2003 (Oct 2003).
Virginia DOT. Asset Management System Project Charter. Version 2.1 (Sept 2003).
--. VDOT Completes Most Extensive Reorganization Ever. Bulletin-the VDOT online employee newspaper (Jan/Feb 2003).
Photographs courtesy of Virginia Department of Transportation
Front cover: I-81 near Arcadia, Botetourt County
Inside front cover (PDF document): Pocahontas Parkway, Route 895; toll connector between I-95 and I-295, Greater Richmond