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Ethiopian Roads Authority ROAD ASSET MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE AND THE WAY FORWARD Road Asset Management Department August 2013 1.

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1 Ethiopian Roads Authority ROAD ASSET MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE AND THE WAY FORWARD Road Asset Management Department August

2 Content Content Introduction 2005 EFY Accomplishment 2006 EFY Plan The Way Forward

3 Introduction Introduction Road assets are economic resources that provide services to the public Asset management is the process for managing these assets. Objectives of road asset management ◦ To ensure continued and effective provision of road network to road users ◦ support of national economic development ERA has been implementing asset management to maintain, upgrade, and operate the physical assets systematically through cost-effective methods

4 Introduction Cont. Road Asset Management Department Tasks Collect and organize data required for road network management Make road condition assessment and gap identification Prioritize and optimize works based on network classification Administer and improve PMS and road classification system Paved Road Condition Survey Equipment

5 Introduction Cont. Road Asset Management Department Tasks Administer and improve BMS Collect bridge condition Data Prepare Bridge maintenance and replacement plan

6 Introduction Cont. Road Asset Management Department Tasks Protect road and bridge from damage due to excessive loads

7 Introduction Cont. Road Asset Management Department Tasks Control and manage the situation that interrupt road transportation

8 Introduction Cont. Road Asset Management Department Tasks 10 RNMDs Network administration Prepare annual maintenance plan and budget requirement Administer Road maintenance projects Conduct seasonal Traffic count

9 Introduction Introduction The federal road network length has grown from 13,000 Km to 25,756km 44% is paved while 56 % is unpaved

10 2005 EFY Accomplishment 2005 EFY Accomplishment Routine Maintenance 11,569 km road was planed & 11,738 km achieved Financially accomplishment 440,792,570 ETB Percentage 101

11 2005 EFY Accomplishment Cont EFY Accomplishment Cont. Labour Based Maintenance 2,906 km road was planed & 2,567 km achieved Financially accomplishment 13,013,120 ETB Percentage 88

12 2005 EFY Accomplishment 2005 EFY Accomplishment Periodic Maintenance 726 km road was planed on 39 Projects and 816 km achieved Financially accomplishment 410,166,978 ETB Percentage 112

13 2005 EFY Accomplishment 2005 EFY Accomplishment OPRC Maintenance 16 projects planed to be done by E.R.C.C For pilot projects contractors were not found The planed projects by E.R.C.C were done by Routine Maintenance

14 2005 EFY Accomplishment 2005 EFY Accomplishment Bridge Maintenance Planed 188 Bridges & 59% accomplished ERCC is not interested to maintain the bridges Small scale contractors training

15 2005 EFY Accomplishment Cont EFY Accomplishment Cont. It. NoProject NameUnit To be Maintained in 2005 EFY Year to Date PlanActual% 1Routine MaintenanceKm11,569 11, Labour Based MaintenanceKm2,906 2, Periodic MaintenanceKm OPRC MaintenanceKm2,435 2, Bridge Maintenance% Total17,636 17, EFY Physical Accomplishment

16 2005 EFY Accomplishment Cont EFY Accomplishment Cont. Overlay Projects Physical Accomplishment It. NoProject NameUnit Year to Date PlanActual% 1Adama - Awash Overlay ProjectKm Awash - Mille Overlay ProjectKm Addis - Gibe Asphalt Road Overlay ProjectKm Addis Chanch - Gohatsion Asphalt Road Overlay ProjectKm B/ Dar - Gondor Overlay ProjectKm Elidar - BureKm Awash - Kulubi - Dire DawaKm Adigudom - Mekele - WukroKm Paving Town SectionKm Total

17 Pavement Management Road condition survey conducted on 5,670 km of Road 2006 Budget preparation Preparation of TOR for various projects Follow up of maintenance projects Progress monitoring and evaluation Bridge Management Follow up of bridge master plan Follow up of Bridge Management Support service consultants accomplishment Updating of central database Updating of bridge maintenance specification 2005 EFY Accomplishment Cont EFY Accomplishment Cont.

18 Emergency works Construction of temporary bailey bridge for emergency cases Construction of flood protection works (Gedo – Bako) Support ERA’s research projects Abay gorge slide Protection works have been done by the support of JICA Muketuri – Alemketema slide protection work Axle Load Control Weighted 174,580 Axle & Over Weighted 34,916 Axle Out of the total weighted 20% is overloaded Consultant is hired to make the system automated Training for workers on ethics and accountability Awareness creation for stakeholders 2005 EFY Accomplishment Cont EFY Accomplishment Cont.

19 Challenges Challenges Shortage of maintenance budget Shortage of machinery to perform maintenance works Shortage of asphalt Reluctance to undertake bridge maintenance and other small works Difficulties to implement OPRC projects Right of way problem Missing of traffic signs Quality of roads transferred from RRA Axle load enforcement

20 2006 EFY Plan 2006 EFY Plan ERA planed to done maintenance work on 18,575 km of road Routine Maintenance 16,867 km Periodic Maintenance 985 km Bridge Maintenance on 416 Bridges OPRC Maintenance 723 km Seven overlay projects Paving town section on 80 km

21 2006 EFY Plan Cont EFY Plan Cont. It. No.DescriptionTotal Length Allocated Budget 1Routine Maintenance 16, ,200,000 2Periodic Maintenance ,850,000 3OPRC Maintenance ,600,000 4Other Works 27,500,000 Total 18, ,150,000

22 It. No.RNMDs Routine Maintenance Periodic Maintenance OPRC Maintenance Supervisi onTotal Length in KmBudget Length in KmBudget Length in KmBudget Length in KmBudget 1 Alemgena 2,226 84,300, ,100, ,000,000 13,400,000 2, ,800,000 2 Adigrat ,500, ,100, ,400,000 3,800, ,800,000 3 Combolcha 1,708 54,300, ,950,000 6,500,000 1,808 90,750,000 4 Debre Markos 1,719 41,800, ,500,000 4,000,000 1,874 86,300,000 5 Gonder 1,285 31,100, ,300,000 5,400,000 1,448 72,800,000 6 Shashemene 1,961 40,500, ,200, ,000,000 6,100,000 2,179 84,800,000 7 Nekemt 1,201 27,500, ,200, ,000,000 2,800,000 1,340 54,500,000 8 Dire Dawa 2,768 52,500, ,000,000 7,100,000 2,868 96,600,000 9 Jimma 1,687 81,600, ,000,000 5,700,000 1, ,300, Sodo 1,483 44,600, ,500, ,200,000 5,700,000 1,639 75,000, Otheres 27,500,000 Total 16, ,700,000 1, ,850, ,600,000 60,500,000 18, ,150,000

23 The Way Forward The Way Forward All maintenance works are managed as projects Contract signing with ERCC All maintenance works are to be supervised by consultants Road safety issues should be addressed Capacity building for RNMDs (training, staff, facility) Improvement of axle load control works (training, staff, facility) Knowledge of road network condition by RNMDs Ten maintenance projects will be undertaken by private contractors

24 The Way Forward The Way Forward 20 small scale contractors participated in bridge maintenance 26 small scale contractors will participate on paving town section construction and asphalt road maintenance Awareness creation to stakeholders on road maintenance Consultant for road management support service Revise road maintenance specification Conduct monthly evaluation meeting with RNMDs Resolve hindrances identified by auditors and stakeholders

25 The Way Forward The Way Forward Modernization Modernization of Road Asset Management System ◦ Establish Road Location Referencing System ◦ Road Asset Valuation ◦ Develop Traffic Sign and Pavement Marking Management System ◦ Develop Road Asset Management Policy and Strategy ◦ Establish road and Bridge data exchange system ◦ Integrate Road Asset Management System ◦ Develop Road Asset Management Plan Bridge management system Modernization

26 Modernization of Axle load Control System The Way Forward The Way Forward

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32 Roughness Value and Threshold Road Type IRI (m/km) Base lineTarget Trunk Asphalt (AC) Link Asphalt (AC) Asphalt (Surface Treatment) Gravel Main Access Asphalt Asphalt (Surface Treatment) Gravel Collector Gravel Feeder Gravel The Way Forward The Way Forward

33 I.N o Area of improvem ent Performance Measuremen t/objective verifiable indicators ERA (existing ) Practice (value) Customers & Stakeholders Need Possible Best Practice (stretched, Benchmarked) Goals 1 Road Asset Condition( Asphalt) Good % of the Asphalt Road 60% is in good condition 100% Good Condition 80% of the network shall be in good condition Should not be less than 80% of the network 2 Road Asset Condition( Gravel) Good % of the Gravel Road 55% is in good condition 100% Good Condition N/A Should not be less than 60% of the single segment 3 Riding Quality (Asphalt) Average IRI Value (For the network as well as single road segment or link) Paved = 3.05 m/km Comfortable Road Smooth & Comfortable road Paved AC < 2.5m/km ST < 3.5 m/km 4 Riding Quality (Gravel) Unpaved = m/km Comfortable Road Smooth & Comfortable road Unpaved = 8.0m/km Benchmarking of Road Service Level

34 I.N o Area of improvem ent Performance Measuremen t/objective verifiable indicators ERA (existing ) Practice (value) Customers & Stakeholders Need Possible Best Practice (stretched, Benchmarked) Goals 5 Safety No. of Traffic Accidents Accidents caused by road defects are not known No. Traffic Accident There should be no traffic accident related to road defects No traffic Accident due to lack of proper asset management 6 Overloadin g % overloaded axles 32%overloa ded axles No. Overloading--- No overloading (except overloading with temporary permit) 7 Right of Way Intrusion of foreign properties Right of way of road are not protected No Intrusion within Right of way No intrusion with in the right of way of existing roads No intrusion of foreign properties 8 Environme nt Environmenta l degradation Proper attention is not given for environment al issues Road preservation should be done in friendly way Well protected environment Any projects has to be executed in environmental friendly manner Benchmarking of Road Service Level (Cont.)

35 THANK YOU THANK YOU


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