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... SUMMARY USE OF TRANSPORTATION ASSET MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES IN STATE HIGHWAY AGENCIES Roadway infrastructure within the United States includes features such as roads, bridges, signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, support commerce and mobility, and is, in essence, a shared financial public resource worthy of being managed at the highest level of efficiency. State departments of transportation (DOTs)
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... 2 An in-depth analysis of the survey responses regarding AM implementation processes and practices was conducted to investigate the following: • The impact (importance) of having a mandate (internal or external)
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... 3 Other findings from the synthesis include the following: AM Mandate -- Only 30% of the agencies (13 of 43) reported having some sort of mandate to implement AM.
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