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Asset Management


Upcoming Webinars

  • Webinar 16: Transportation Asset Management Financial Plans: Part II - Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    2:00 PM EST

    This webinar will complement and expand upon the webinar first held on October 8, 2014, which provided an introduction to transportation asset management financial plans in the context of MAP-21. Representatives from US and international transportation agencies will offer new perspectives on the challenges and the benefits of developing a transportation asset management financial plan. This follow-up webinar will highlight agency outcomes and lessons-learned since the conclusion of the Part I webinar.

  • Network Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Part 1: Introduction and Overview for Metropolitan Planning Organizations - July 8, 2015
    2:00 - 3:30 PM eastern

    Managing assets cost-effectively requires agencies to consider all costs over the life of an asset: construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation activities. MAP-21 promotes the use of a LCA in a TAMP as a way of demonstrating the costeffectiveness of different preservation strategies. Learn more about conducting a network-level LCA during this webinar and see how the results of their analysis can be used to improve the effectiveness of their investments.

  • Network Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Part 2: Case Study Examples - September 9, 2015
    2:00 - 3:30 PM eastern

    This webinar builds on the previous webinar by providing an opportunity for transportation agencies to share their experiences with conducting a network-level life cycle analysis, including how the results of the analysis have influenced their investment strategies.

  • Optimization and Cross-Asset Allocation - November 11, 2015
    2:00 - 3:30 PM eastern

    Traditionally, agency investment decisions have focused on individual projects that address the needs of a single asset, such as a pavement or bridge. As agencies have advanced their asset management practices, there has been increasing interest in establishing investment strategies that cross the traditional silos. During this webinar, the TAM ETG presents its White Paper on the topic and delves into this topic in detail with a panel of state DOT executives.

  • Integrating TAM into Agency Processes - January 13, 2016
    2:00 - 3:30 PM eastern

    In most agencies, TAM represents a new way of doing business, linking strategic, tactical, and operational plans through performance-based investment decisions. For TAM to be more than just a 'fad' it is important that the principles of asset management are embraced at all levels of an organization. In this webinar, transportation agency representatives will share successes and challenges they have faced as they have integrated asset management into their business processes.


Updated: 05/05/2015
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