The New York State DOT – TAMP is available here.
This document is a 2014 draft of New York State DOT's TAMP. New York State DOT aims to continue to develop their asset management and investment strategies in order to ensure that they are efficient and effective, and in order to reach a state of good repair across pavement and bridge resources. A risk that is addressed by the TAMP is the uncertainty of future federal funding for highways, bridges, and transit, which are critical to New York State. This TAMP defines asset management objectives, and illustrates visions of improvement and risks for the next 10 years, contextualized within the state's existing and predicted inventory, condition, and available funding.
This document includes the following sections:
Asset Valuation, Current Methods and Tools, Financial Plan, Future Demand, Introduction, Inventory and Condition, Investment Strategies, Levels of Service, Lifecycle Management, Objectives and Measures, Performance Assessment, Process Improvements, Risk Management.
This document meets the following additional criteria:
• Asset valuation included • Includes cost projections for meeting performance or LOS targets • Includes formal risk assessment results such as a risk register • Includes substantive list of process, data, and/or systems improvement actions • Investment strategies summarize planned capital and operating expenditures • Key revenue projection assumptions identified • Performance/LOS targets are linked to agency goals/objectives.
The modal scope of this document is: Highway Only
The asset scope of this document is: Highway Assets
, Pavement and bridge only