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Publication Number: FHWA-HRDI-13
Date: April 2004

Framework for LTPP Forensic Investigations - Final

Appendix A - Go-No Go Form

LTPP Forensic Investigation
Go-No Go Record

    State Code: _______________
RSC:____________________   SHRP ID: ________________
Team Leader:___________________________ Experiment: ______________
Date: __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __ SMP ?: (Y/N) _____________

Site Description: (location, pavement type, reason for forensic, priority (SMP / S1 or 2 / G / C))


 
 
 
 
Site Report Summary:      
Data Availability   Needed Available
  Material Properties    
  Layering    
  Traffic    
  Maintenance & Rehabilitation    
  Close-out Monitoring    
       

Criteria: (Y/N)
  1. Will it lead to collection of critical data currently missing in the database?
 
  1. Will it help explain causes of pavement failure not apparent from available data?
 
  1. Are other supporting critical data elements available for the site?
 
  1. Does it meet the minimum data completeness requirements for monitoring categories S1, S2 or G, as specified in LTPP Directive GO-19: LTPP Data Completeness Assessment and Monitoring Adjustment Process?
 
  1. If it does not meet the minimum data requirements prior to the forensic investigation, will it meet them as a result of the investigation?
 
  1. Will the highway agency support a forensic investigation?
 
  1. Will the LTPP program have to drop or delay other priority activities in order to carry out this forensic investigation?
 
 

Team Decision

Go

No Go


Team Member Name Affiliation
   
   
   
   
   

 

Acknowledgement:
For the RSC________________________________
 
For FHWA-LTPP____________________________
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