5837-1b(1) - Pavement Management is an umbrella term, which...

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Pavement Management is an umbrella term, which encompasses many of the daily activities of a highway agency. A highway manager is responsible for weighing the alternatives to achieve the best possible value with the available public fund. It is important that the highway manager has good information to base his/her decisions on.
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Information about a particular section of pavement – design, traffic, cost, performance, etc. Information on technological developments and economic indices. Before any of the data can be used, it must be analyzed. The product of the analysis is a decision. Decisions at the project level are made about specific project or sections of pavement. PROJECT LEVEL Decisions at the Network Level affect the entire system of pavement or which involves trade offs between projects and activities.
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For effective pavement management, good coordination and feedback between project and network levels are needed. Picture of the total pavement management process – gathering and
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course TTE 5837 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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5837-1b(1) - Pavement Management is an umbrella term, which...

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