Minnesota DOT – TAMP

Published: 2014

The Minnesota DOT – TAMP is available here.

Document summary:

In accordance with the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (“MAP-21” – the federal transportation authorization signed into law on July 6, 2012), the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has developed its first ever TAMP. It was a collaborative effort, guided by a TAMP Steering Committee with representation from a wide range of MnDOT offices and districts, as well as from the agency senior leadership. MnDOT also worked closely with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the FHWA Minnesota Division, and regional partners (e.g. Metropolitan Planning Organizations, Regional Development Commissions) to create this plan. As a national pilot project, MnDOT’s TAMP, along with those produced by Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development and New York State Department of Transportation will serve as an example and guide for other states as they develop TAMPs of their own.

This document includes the following sections: Asset Valuation, Current Methods and Tools, Financial Plan, Introduction, Inventory and Condition, Investment Strategies, Lifecycle Management, Objectives and Measures, Performance Assessment, Process Improvements, Risk Management.
This document meets the following additional criteria:
• Asset valuation included
• Defines linkages to other planning & programming documents
• Future cost/performance projections are based on management system analysis (e.g. HERS, dTIMS)
• Includes a review of agency roles and responsibilities for TAM
• Includes analysis of future demand impacts on asset needs
• Includes cost projections for meeting performance or LOS targets
• Includes estimates of future maintenance costs
• Includes estimates of future rehabilitation, replacement, reconstruction, and/or renewal costs
• Includes formal risk assessment results such as a risk register
• Includes future projected asset condition
• Includes strategies for multiple funding scenarios
• 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
• Risk assessment results incorporated into investment strategies.
The modal scope of this document is: Highway Only.
The asset scope of this document is: Highway Assets, Includes other highway assets.
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