Presentation on theme: "California Department of Transportation TRANSPORTATION ASSET MANAGEMENT (TAM) JOURNEY April 19, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
California Department of Transportation TRANSPORTATION ASSET MANAGEMENT (TAM) JOURNEY April 19, 2012
Strategic Planning, Performance Management, Asset Management Data driven Performance Based
Goals Safety: Provide the safest transportation system in the nation for users and workers. Mobility: Maximize transportation system performance and accessibility. Delivery: Efficiently deliver quality transportation projects and services. Stewardship: Preserve and enhance Californias resources and assets. Service: Promote quality service through an excellent workforce.
Safety -Provide the safest transportation system in the nation for users and workers. Traveler Safety – Fatalities per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (MVMT) on the California state highway system.
Mobility Goal – Maximize transportation system performance and accessibility. Statewide daily vehicle hours of delay (DVHD).
Delivery Goal – Efficiently deliver quality transportation projects and services. Percent delivery of planned Ready To List (RTL) milestone for programmed capital projects.
Stewardship Goal – Preserve and enhance California's resources and assets. Pavement Condition – Percent of distressed lane miles.
Managing Pavement Asset 1. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) and cores Identify pavement structure Segment network 2. Automated pavement condition survey (APCS) Determine accurate pavement condition Provide crucial data for performance curves 3. Integration of traffic databases and GPS coordinates 4. Pavement management system (PaveM) Automate strategy selection Optimize budget-related decisions Generate pavement management reports Slide 8
Caltrans TAM Journey Asset Inventory Condition Assessments Performance Forecasting & Modeling Life Cycle Costing & Life Cycle Analysis Performance Measures, Monitoring & Reporting Managing Assets Clear Priorities Support for Asset Management Department-wide Asset Management Processes (working as one Department) Communication Strategy Asset Management Slide 9
Challenges Slide 11 Understanding Scope of Current Practices 2010 Caltrans TAM Self Assessment Themes – a place to start Priorities – too many, who sets them, who supports them Need better data and asset information about characteristics, location, usage, condition and performance Ability for trade-off analysis Lack data and ability for consideration and analysis of life-cycle costs Lack ability to forecast and monitor system performance
Challenges Attitudes, Mindset…A Call For Action! Slide 12