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... 1 The objective of this synthesis is to document how transportation agencies use weighin-motion (WIM) data for asset design and management, weight enforcement, and freight logistics.
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... 2 Use of Weigh-in-Motion Data for Pavement, Bridge, Weight Enforcement, and Freight Logistics Applications selected for case example follow-up interviews. Following are the most salient points from this effort: • These agencies include the time needed for installation and maintenance in their choice of sensor types.
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... Summary 3 • DOT staff collecting WIM data are sometimes unsure of the use of the data by others in the agency. Additionally, the DOT staff that could use the data do not know the extent and accuracy of the data available to them.
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