Pavement Management Implementation

    Holt FB, Gramling WL
    Published: 1991

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    STP 1121 will help you assess, design, and implement pavement management systems. Includes 31 peer-reviewed papers in two sections:

    Overview (history of pavement management, requirements of pavement management systems, problems of implementing a system, and how to evaluate pavement management systems)

    Experience (20 papers detailing the experience of users).

    Table of Contents

    Federal Highway Administration — Current PMS Requirements
    Papet L.

    The History of Pavement Management in the Federal Highway Administration
    Nostrand W.

    Minimum Requirements for Standard Pavement Management Systems
    Carmichael R., Hudson S., Hudson W.

    Generically Based Data Needs and Priorities for Pavement Management
    Haas R.

    Pavement Management Systems — State of the Art
    Amirkhanian S., Saraswatula S.

    Pavement Condition Index — Remaining Service Life
    Baladi G., Kuo W., Novak E.

    Addressing Institutional Barriers to Implementing a PMS
    Smith R.

    Standard Engineering Principles in PMS Applications
    Stubstad R., Ullidtz P.

    Effect of Selecting Different Rehabilitation Alternatives and Timing on Network Performance
    Darter M., Hall J., Mohseni A.

    Research and Innovation Toward Standardized Pavement Management
    Haas R., Hudson W.

    Criteria for Evaluating Pavement Management Systems
    Paterson W., Robinson R.

    History and Implementation of Pavement Management in Kentucky
    Allen D., Rizenbergs R., Sharpe G.

    Implementation Process Used in the Development of the Illinois Pavement Feedback System
    Hall J.

    The North Dakota Dot Pavement Management System Implementation Process
    Cation K.

    Standardization in Pavement Management Implementation for Municipally Maintained Roads in Rhode Island
    Bowen G., Lee K.

    Implementation of a Pavement Management System for Indiana Airports — A Case History
    Eckrose R., Reynolds W.

    Airport Pavement Management: The Port of New York and New Jersey Experience
    Murrell S., Rada G., Schwartz C.

    20 Years Experience in the Paver Pavement Management System: Development and Implementation
    Shahin M.

    Status of PAVER Implementation within the U.S. Air Force
    Eaddy D., Kim Y.

    Performance Indications from Army Airfield Pavement Management Program
    Grau R., Grogan W., Hachiya Y., Hall J.

    Ingredients of a Third Generation Pavement Management System for the Ohio Department of Transportation
    Kennedy J., Majidzadeh K., Saraf C.

    Data Collection in Belgium and Their Use in the Maintenance Planning System
    Dirckx P., Heleven L.

    A Critical Assessment of Pavement Management Standardization
    Clark G., Moore R.

    Innovations in PMS — State of Ohio & Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Harper W., Majidzadeh K.

    Development of the Delaware Pavement Management System
    Matsen D., Rada G., Smith H.

    A Pavement Surface Model for Integrating Automated Management Data
    Haas C., Haas R., Hendrickson C., McNeil S.

    Comparing Standard Load Equivalency Calculations for Pavement Management Systems
    Hudson W., McNerney M.

    Standardization of Distress Measurements for the Network-Level Pavement Management System
    Lee H.

    New and Old Technology Available for Pavement Management System to Determine Pavement Condition
    Al-Qadi I., Sebaaly P., Wambold J.

    Development of Optimal Long-Term Network Strategies Using Remaining Service Life
    Baladi G., Kuo W., Novak E.

    Toward Standardization of a PMS Analysis Method
    Baladi G., Kuo W., Novak E.

    Subject Index

    Author Index

    Committee: E17

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1121-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5175-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1421-0

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