• March 8th, 2024

This document takes an expansive view and considers how pavement and bridge conditions can contribute to system performance areas, such as highway safety, freight mobility, or reliability. The document also considers other impacts, such as how attributes such as pavement shoulders, pavement friction, or bridge conditions contribute to highway safety, freight movement, noise reduction, and transportation system resilience. This document also includes three fictional transportation asset management plan (TAMP) chapters illustrating how the TAMP could directly support multiple transportation performance objectives. Those chapters are the performance gap analysis, risk assessment, and investment strategies.

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