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Asset management is a systematic process of maintaining, upgrading and operating physical assets cost-effectively.
MDOT takes an asset management approach to managing its diverse transportation investments. Asset management is a strategic approach to linking data, goals, investment strategies, programs, and projects into a systemic process to ensure achievement of a desired outcome. This process also includes monitoring results and making adjustments, as appropriate, with the overall goal of ensuring the state transportation system is managed in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
Asset Management Overview
International Roughness Index (IRI)
Managing Traffic Data Assets
National Functional Classification (NFC)
Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)
Understanding Adjusted Census Urban Boundaries
Understanding the Traffic Monitoring Guide
Understanding Public Act 51 of 1951, As Amended
Michigan Asset Management Council (TAMC)
AASHTO Management Hub
AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Portal
FHWA Asset Management
FTA Asset Management
Michigan 21st Century Infrastructure Commission
Michigan Tech Center for Technology and Training
Highways Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)
Traffic Monitoring Program