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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


Asset management in michigan

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 exchange are:

  • 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 exchange are: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
MDOT exchange are:2007 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 exchange are:

    Five Year Program Pavement Condition Forecast

    100%

    90%

    80%

    70%

    % Good Fair

    60%

    50%

    40%

    30%

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    2020

    Year

    5YP Strategy

    Historical RSL

    Goal

    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 exchange are:

    • 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 exchange are:

    • Michigan’s asset management process enabled us to develop goals, identify fix strategies, forecast condition, and report funding need.



    Conclusion
    Conclusion exchange are:

    • 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