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Presented at the 2013 Louisiana Transportation Conference By Michael Bridges, P.E.

Office of Management and Finance Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development

MAP -21

Requires states to develop a risk-based asset management plan for the NHS to improve or preserve the condition of the assets and the performance of the system

Some of the Benefits of a TAMP

Long-term view Clear relationships, Transparency and Accountability Defines the desired Levels of Service Plans for growth Maximizes the benefits of infrastructure

TAM Implementation Addresses Five Core Questions

What is the current state of my assets?

What are my required levels of service and

performance delivery? Which assets are critical to sustained performance delivery? What are my best investment strategies for operations, maintenance, replacements and improvement? What is my best long-term funding strategy?

Key TAMP Outputs

Current state of infrastructure Critical Assets Optimized life cycle management plans Annual Delivery Programs Growth and demand management plans Improvement plan Long-term financial forecast Current and proposed service levels

LADOTD has Many Asset Management Systems

Pavement Management System

Bridge Management System

Agile Assets Maintenance Management

System Various Asset databases

LADOTD has Many Plans

Statewide Transportation Plan Strategic Plan Highway Priority Program STIP Highway Safety Plan Annual Capital Budget Annual Operating Budget Others

TAMP Link to Other Plans

MAP-21 TAMP Requirements

A summary listing of the pavement and

bridge assets including the condition of those assets Asset management objectives and measures Performance Gap identification Lifecycle Cost and Risk Management analysis A financial plan Investment strategies

MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

A summary listing of the pavement and bridge assets including the condition of those assets
LADOTD has robust state-of-the-art pavement

and bridge management systems Condition assessment of Pavements every two years Bridges are assessed every two years at a minimum Predictive modeling for various funding scenarios Able to provide a level of service for the network


MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

Asset management objectives and measures

LADOTD has some of the needed objectives

and measures in its five year strategic plan

Example from LADOTD Strategic Plan:

Objective 3.1.1: Effectively maintain and improve the State Highway System so that the system stays in its current or better condition each Fiscal Year


MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

Performance Gap identification

National Performance Areas Infrastructure Condition Safety Congestion Environmental Sustainability Freight Movement Reduced project delivery delays


MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

Lifecycle Cost Analysis

Encourages a long-term focus on asset

preservation LADOTDs pavement and bridge management systems can provide the required analysis to select the most cost effective solutions given an assumed funding stream


MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

Risk Management Analysis

In general, risk is the positive or negative

effects of uncertainty or variability upon agency objectives. Risk management generally consists of the cultures, processes and structures that are directed towards the effective management of potential opportunities and threats. LADOTD does not formally consider risk in its development of the program of projects.

MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

A Financial Plan
10 year horizon
An estimate of the asset value A description of how assets deteriorate

Strategies for managing the assets cost-

effectively over their whole life An estimate of revenue LADOTD has most of this information, but will need to develop the 10 year plan


MAP-21 TAMP Gap Analysis

Investment strategies
Iterative process that considers income

projections and targeted levels of service Considers changes in factors such as growth trends, technology, design and construction LADOTDs pavement and bridge management systems provide the predictive capabilities necessary to produce investment strategies.

MAP-21 TAMP Time-Frame

USDOT will issue a regulation not later than 18 months after date of enactment States must have a TAMP by the 2nd fiscal year, otherwise the Federal share for NHPP projects and activities in that fiscal year is reduced to 65 percent The Secretary will not approve asset management plans. However, the Secretary must certify that the process used to develop the asset management plan meets requirements under MAP-21. Also, not less than once every 4 years, the Secretary will review and recertify that the process the State used to develop and maintain the State asset management plan for the NHS meets requirements established under MAP-21


What have we done so far?

Participated in AASHTO, TRB, NCHRP and NHI asset management conferences, committees, panels and training Established a LADOTD TAM Steering Committee One of three states for FHWA TAMP pilot