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Asset Management & Public Act 325

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Asset Management & Public Act 325

<p>Understanding asset management helps officials to make more educated and beneficial decisions. The 2018 changes in Public Act 325 make this an even greater role and collaborative effort with additional infrastructure areas. See Asset Management Trainings below for more details on these new training opportunities. Additional resources will be added below and can also be found under the Support page in the main menu.</p>
  • The 2018 changes in Public Act 325 add emphasis to sound asset management practices and greater collaborative effort with additional infrastructure areas. Learn more about these changes, and the Asset Management Training's offered.

  • Local elected/appointed officials play a key role in deciding what types of transportation projects are funded since they are the stewards of your agency’s funds. Educating officials about asset management programs shows them how it will benefit your agency and is an essential step to implementation. Read more on Hosting an Asset Management Workshop.
  • The CTT works with local road agencies, the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration and other transportation-related organizations to build, maintain and manage public infrastructure. Read more on the CTT and public infrastructure on the Center for Technology and Training through the Michigan Technological University website.