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... 134 The tools and techniques developed in this project build on earlier NCHRP projects such as NCHRP 08-93, "Managing Risk Across the Enterprise: A Guide for State Departments of Transportation." That research emphasized qualitative risk management, or the assessment of risks based largely on expert judgment. NCHRP 08-36/Task 126, "Development of a Risk Register Spreadsheet Tool," provided an Excel-based common risk register for state DOTs.
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... Conclusions and Benefits 135   costs; economic conditions like recessions; prices of essential inputs like steel, cement, and fuel; and as recently evidenced, pandemics. While preparing forecasts, agencies need to account for the associated uncertainties.
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... 136 Risk Assessment Techniques for Transportation Asset Management: Conduct of Research • Planning for Emergencies: The methodology detailed in the studies and resulting information can be used for emergency planning and response, as well as overall network mobility. For example, information concerning high-risk assets or locations can be used in determining detour routes.
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... Conclusions and Benefits 137   When implemented, the results of these studies can be beneficial for decision making at the agency leadership level. A DOT can use the methodologies presented for building and analyzing risk indices to manage risk.
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... 138 Risk Assessment Techniques for Transportation Asset Management: Conduct of Research 11.4 Study 9: Crosswalk Between Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Terminologies Agencies can use the study guidance to incorporate climate risk information more seamlessly into their risk registers. The risk registers cover a broad array of assets, and DOTs could incorporate climate hazards in their next TAMPs.
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... Conclusions and Benefits 139   • How large structures are managed with life cycle strategies could be disproportionately important to network-wide conditions. • The risk analysis could demonstrate the threats or opportunities presented by the large structures as the agency strives to meet its objectives and targets.

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