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Asset Management in Michigan. David E. Wresinski Director, Bureau of Transportation Planning Michigan Department of Transportation. The things I would like to cover today as part of this peer exchange are: MDOT’s approach to asset management

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asset management in michigan
Asset Management in Michigan

David E. Wresinski

Director, Bureau of Transportation Planning

Michigan Department of Transportation

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The things I would like to cover today as part of this peer exchange are:
  • MDOT’s approach to asset management
  • Using Asset Management to achieve MDOT’s pavement goals
  • Expanding Asset Management to all of Michigan’s federal aid system
  • Using Asset Management to identify Michigan’s funding needs
michigan department of transportation asset management
Michigan Department of Transportation Asset Management
  • MDOT takes an Asset Management approach to managing our complex transportation system and has been actively implementing asset management strategies for two decades.
  • Utilizing this approach MDOT established trunkline pavement and bridge goals in 1997 & 1998
    • 95% of Freeways in good/fair condition by 2007
    • 85% of Non-Freeways in good/fair condition by 2007
mdot approach to meeting the goals
MDOT Approach to Meeting the Goals
  • A shift from a “worse first” strategy to doing the right fix at the right time
  • Template target of $450 million per year for pavement preservation
    • $360M Rehabilitation & Reconstruction
    • $90M Preventive Maintenance
  • Formula to establish Pavement funding distribution between regions (cost, condition, system size, AADT)
  • Publish a rolling Five Year Plan annually
  • Investment strategy for Highway Capital Program developed and tweaked along the way based on RQFS condition forecasting
mdot 2007 pavement and bridge preservation goals
MDOT2007 Pavement and Bridge Preservation Goals
  • Pavement Combined Freeway & Non-Freeway condition 92% good/fair in 2007
      • Freeway 93% in 2007
      • Non-Freeway 91% in 2007
  • Bridge Combined Freeway & Non-Freeway condition 89% good/fair in 2008
      • Freeway 88% in 2008
      • Non-Freeway 89% in 2008
pavement condition forecasts alarming

Combined Freeway and Non-Freeway

Five Year Program Pavement Condition Forecast

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Pavement Condition Forecasts Alarming
  • There is insufficient funding to keep pavement condition at current levels. This is the result of Increasing costs and down trending revenues.
transportation asset management council
Transportation Asset Management Council
  • Includes representatives from State, Counties, Municipalities and Planning Organizations
  • Established in 2002 by Michigan Legislature
  • State and Locals working together
  • Promotes unified state and local transportation asset management in Michigan
    • Collect physical inventory and condition data on paved roads and bridges in Michigan
    • Establish pavement goals
mdot and locals partner with michigan legislature
MDOT and Locals Partner with Michigan Legislature
  • Michigan’s asset management process enabled us to develop goals, identify fix strategies, forecast condition, and report funding need.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Michigan has been using Asset Management for over two decades
  • Trusted and effective approach
  • Partnering with legislature to identify transportation infrastructure needs and revenue required to maintain our valuable asset
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