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... Section 3.1 Identify the Asset Value Driver Section 3.2 Review Data Availability and Quality Section 3.3 Establish the Asset Hierarchy Section 3.4 Determine the Need for Componentization 3-1 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... Information on asset value and how it is changing may support a number Table 3-1 Section 3.1 Identify the Asset Value Driver 3-2 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... 3-3 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets Initial Asset Value (Chapter 4) Treatment (Chapter 5)
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... Calculating asset value requires data on the asset inventory, on asset age Section 3.2 Review Data Availability and Quality 3-4 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets Source: NCHRP Report 956 (17)
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... Data Needs 3-5 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
From page 44...
... Data Quality and Completeness Data Needs for Asset Value Calculation Always Needed Asset quantity by: Asset class Asset sub-group (e.g., asphalt vs. concrete pavement)
From page 45...
... Data Assessment NCHRP Report 956: Guidebook for Data and Information Systems for Transportation Asset Management (17) 3-7 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets Source: NCHRP Report 956 (17)
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... Figure 3-1 3-8 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
From page 47...
... After establishing the motivation for calculating asset value and reviewing available data, the next step is to identify which assets will be included in the valuation calculation through establishing an asset hierarchy. An asset hierarchy is a framework for organizing a set of assets.
From page 48...
... (18) Structures 3-10 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... (19) 3-11 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... Vehicles (20) Fixed Guideway 3-12 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... Transit Asset Management Guide (21) Facilities (22 (23)
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... Land: 3-14 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
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... Section 3.4 Determine the Need for Componentization 3-15 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets
From page 54...
... Criteria for Componentizing 3-16 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets Calculation of Asset Value with and without Components Sub Super Deck 12,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 0 Bridge 12,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 0
From page 55...
... Chapter 3. Asset Value Scope / Section 3.4 Determine the Need for Componentization y Data are available on the inventory of asset components and on either their condition or age to support calculation of depreciation; and y The driver for calculating asset value is to evaluate different treatment options, or there is significant interest in doing so.
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... Figure 3-3 (25)
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... Structures Figure 3-4 Figure 3-5 (27) 3-19 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets Cross-Section of a Bridge Showing Its Major Components Example Structural Elements of a Bridge Abutment Fixed Bearings Approach Slab Concrete Deck Assembly Joints Painted Steel Girders Painted Steel Guardrail Strip Seal Joint
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... Other Assets (28) 3-20 A Guide to Computation and Use of System-Level Valuation of Transportation Assets

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