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Once an agency has a roadway inventory with condition data, it can analyze the information to get a clear picture of overall network conditions and funding needs. Then the agency can discuss with decision-makers what it can do with the budget provided or explain the impact of budget cuts or increases.
Many tools help agencies analyze pavement data. However, many are costly or require expertise to run. This 2-hour demonstration introduces a simple, free spreadsheet tool to analyze inventory and condition information to determine network condition and identify work needs. The instructor will demonstrate how you can use the tool to:
- Identify maintenance and rehabilitation work.
- Assign costs.
- Forecast work impacts on future network conditions.
Join us and learn how to use this free tool!
Note: This is the last in a series of trainings that support pavement management. Participants are encouraged to be familiar with the prerequisite knowledge and techniques. A recording of the first session, Evaluating Pavement Condition, can be accessed here and the workbook is also available.
Luis Sibaja is an Engineering Associate at Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. (APTech). His technical efforts focus on roadway pavement management and evaluation. Some of Luis’s responsibilities include implementing and configuring pavement management systems including PAVER and Cartegraph, documenting pavement condition using both manual and automated data collection methods, and working with agencies to use those tools effectively, assisting with updating advanced data visualization tools like APTech’s interactive pavement management data visualization tool, IDEA, and conducting life-cycle cost analyses.
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