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... 67 Conclusion State DOTs are progressing toward or have attained compliance with the requirements of 23 CFR § 667. However, agencies have taken different approaches to interpreting the requirements and incorporating the results of their efforts into broader asset management and infrastructure investment decisions and actions.
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... 68 Asset Management Approaches to Identifying and Evaluating Assets Damaged Due to Emergency Events • Agencies adopted a variety of criteria for defining damage from multiple events having occurred at a common location. • Half of responding agencies (21 of 42)
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... Conclusion 69 • Research could help identify the connection, if any, between damage caused by emergency events and disruption of service caused by the events. • Agencies other than state DOTs (e.g., county, municipal, or toll authorities)
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