The Future of Transportation Asset Management
State Departments of Transportation (DOT) often have independent asset management and investment decision processes, creating siloed environments that can lead to inefficiencies. When the time comes to make investment decisions and develop asset management plans, significant cost and closure reduction efficiencies can be gained by breaking down these siloes.
An integrated planning system across the entire organization can produce fiscally responsible investment plans that support policy objectives, achieve performance targets, reduce closures, and manage risk.
Download this white paper to learn how an integrated planning system can help DOTs:
- Develop optimized investment plans across all regions or districts
- Align investment plans with strategic and policy objectives
- Drive cost savings and fewer closures by bundling work
- Better communicate and defend Transportation Asset Management Plans (TAMP)