The Florida DOT TAMP and Technical Report is available here.
Florida DOT summary: The Florida Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) provides direction and an explanation of the processes and policies affecting pavement and bridge condition and performance in the State. Transportation Asset Management is typically defined as a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, and improving physical assets effectively throughout their lifecycle. It focuses on business, economics, and engineering practices for resource allocation, project selection, and utilization, with the objective of informing decision making based upon quality information and well-defined objectives.
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 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 • 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
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