Transportation Asset Management Council
The Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) is comprised of professionals from county road commissions, cities, a county commissioner, a township official, regional and metropolitan planning organizations, and state transportation department personnel. The Council reports to the Michigan Infrastructure Council and the State Transportation Commission. Council members are appointed to 3-year terms. The Center for Shared Solutions (CSS) is the central data storage agency of the Council and serves as a non-voting member. The activities of the Council are supported by the TAMC Coordinator and MDOT.
Learn more about the council by viewing the brochure.Enabling Legislation
The Transportation Asset Management Council is expanding the practice of asset management statewide to enhance the productivity of investing in Michigan's roads and bridges through coordination and collaboration among state and local transportation agencies. The Council's activities include surveying and reporting the condition of roads and bridges by functional classification categories and assessing completed and planned investments in roads and bridges. The Council also supports the development of appropriate asset management methodologies and provides education and training on the benefits of developing road improvement programs through the use of asset management principles and procedures.Download 2021-2023 Strategic Work Program (PDF)