Chapter 10 Project-level Decision making

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1 CHAPTER 10 DECISION CONTEXTS AT THE PROJECT LEVEL REFERENCES FHWA (1998). Life-Cycle Cost Analysis in Pavement Design- In Search of Better Investment Decisions. Pavement Division Interim Technical Bulletin, FHWA, US DOT, Washington, D.C. FHWA (1997). Pavement Management Analysis, Multi-Year Prioritization. Demonstration Project No. 108, Publ. Nr. SA-97-071, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Institute, Washington, DC. FHWA (1998). Pavement Management Systems. Participant’s Manual, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Institute, Washington, D.C. FHWA (1998). Life Cycle Cost Analysis in Pavement Design In Search of Better Investment Decisions, Report FHWA-SA-98-079. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. Haas, R., Hudson, W.R., Zaniewski, J. 1994. Modern Pavement Management. Krieger Publishing, Malabar, FL. Hicks, R.G., Dunn, K., Moulthrop, J.S. (1997). Framework for Selecting Effective Preventive Maintenance Treatments for Flexible Pavements, Transportation Research Record 1597, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Hicks, R.G., Moulthrop J.S., Daleiden J. (1999). Selecting a Preventive Maintenance Treatment for Flexible Pavements. Transportation Research Record 1680, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
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  • Spring '17
  • Sinha
  • Federal highway Administration, Preventive maintenance, Transportation research Board, National Highway System

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