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PPTG2005 FORUM. Shakir Shatnawi – Caltrans Chair Gary Hildebrand- Industry Chair George Bradley – Local Agency Chair Pavement Preservation Task Group. Steering Committee. Districts. Research. Maintenance. Caltrans PPTG Chair. PST. Local Agencies. Construction. Review Committee.

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    1. PPTG2005 FORUM Shakir Shatnawi – Caltrans Chair Gary Hildebrand- Industry Chair George Bradley – Local Agency Chair Pavement Preservation Task Group

    2. Steering Committee Districts Research Maintenance Caltrans PPTG Chair PST Local Agencies Construction Review Committee Innovation Education Recycling Strategy Selection Crack Seals Thin Overlays Chip Seal Slurry Seals Fog Seals/Rejuv Binders Interlayers Integrating PP/ PMS PCC Local Agencies Materials Design PPTG PPTG Joint Committee (Not Caltrans) Partnership Recommending Body Objective

    3. Partners • Caltrans • Industry • Local Agencies • National ETG Liaison • FHWA Liaison

    4. PPTG is a Recommending Body Policies Procedures Best Practices (PPTG) Identifies Appropriate PP Strategies

    5. PPTG Objectives • Recognize Achievements of New and Improved Specifications & Tests • Promote & Sponsor Training & Educational Seminars, Workshops & Courses • Streamline the Implementation of Innovative Processes

    6. PPTG Objectives • Define, Evaluate & Recommend Solutions to PP Issues • Recognize & Promote Implementation of PP Strategies, Materials and Tests that are: • Innovative • Cost Effective • Provide Guidance on PP Strategies, Materials and Tests

    7. Expectations • Members are Selected Based on their Own Merits & Expertise • Not Representatives of Specific Companies or Caltrans Divisions or Districts • Each Member is Expected to be Fully Empowered & Act on His/Her Own rather than on Behalf of their Companies, Supervisors or Divisions

    8. Expectations • Members are Chosen Based on their Commitment to Participate • PPTG Focal Points are the Caltrans and Industry Task Group Co-Chairs • Industry’s Concerns are Expressed Through Industry’s Co-Chair

    9. Expectations • Industry Elects Its Members • The Time Limit to Serve as a Co-Chair is 2 Years • Task Forces are Open to Volunteers • Other Task Forces May be Established on as-Needed basis

    10. The PPTG Concept • Identify Issues & Needs • Select Champions & Co-Chairs (Caltrans & Industry) • Solicit Volunteers • Develop a Scope & a Schedule with Milestones • Address the Issue Through a Task of Volunteers • Report Accomplishments

    11. General Scope • Long- and Short-Term Plans • Pavement Priorities • Statewide Guidelines • Pilot Projects • Statewide Specifications (SSPs) • Statewide Policy Issues • Statewide Training & Seminars • Innovation & New Technology

    12. Recent Successes • Development of the MTAG • One-Year Warranty Specifications • Microsurfacing Pilot Projects Evaluation • Chip Seal Specification Revision • Innovation Specifications

    13. Issues and Priorities • Need for Dedicated Funding • Develop Performance Standards for PP Strategies • Develop Proper Timing for PP Treatments • Integrating PP with PMS • Create Marketing Strategies to Promote PP Concepts

    14. Issues and Priorities • Track Cost-Effectiveness of Strategies • Determine Threshold Limits for PP Action • Enhance the Understanding of Optimal Timing of PP Treatments • Ensure Definite and Objective Warranty Criteria • Promote Quiet Pavement Program • Improve PP Performance

    15. Issues and Priorities • Track Performance of Warranty Projects • Develop Performance Measures for each PP Strategy • Improve PP Performance Prediction • Improve Cost Allocation Techniques • Understand Performance Variability of Strategies

    16. Issues and Priorities • Improve Consistency of PP Treatments • Communicate Cost-Effectiveness of Various Strategies • Enhance Competency • Implement Innovation and Encourage Technology Transfer • Eliminate PP Failures

    17. Future Outlook • Develop Joint Training • Develop Annual Seminars and Workshops • Enhance Specifications • Develop More Guidelines • Address Technical Deficiencies • The Term of the PPTG Industry Members will End in May 2006 • Open to Ways of Partnering

    18. Local Agency Subtask Group Members • George Bradley • City of Lodi • Tom Borman • City of Fairfield • Rick Fulmer • – City of Santa Barbara • Fullmer Chapman • City of La Canada/Flintridge • Gene Matter • City of San Diego

    19. Local Agency PrioritiesWhat I hope to Get Out of PPTG • Shared Experiences • Good and Bad • Full Tool Box • Different Applications for Various Degrees of Pavement Wear & Age

    20. Local Agency Priorities • Value • Increased Life Cycle versus Reconstruction • Small Agencies = Very Limited Budget • Alternatives to Reconstruction Provide More Miles of Streets Serviced per Dollar • Consistency • Uniform Impact on Agency’s Annual Budget • Greater Flexibility Dealing with Impact on Local Business • Reduce Impact on Residences