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TxDOT Improved Pavement Planning Maintenance Operations Case Study

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CASE STUDY Improved Pavement Planning & Maintenance Operations As one of the largest transportation agencies in the United States, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) manages the nation's largest state-owned road network: 200,000 lane miles of roadways supporting more than 500,000,000 daily vehicle miles traveled across 254 counties. 200K lane miles of roadways 500M daily vehicle miles traveled 254 counties In 2011, TxDOT began using AgileAssets ® Maintenance Manager™ as its maintenance management system of record. Five years later, the agency moved to advance its asset management practices even further by deploying a state-of-the-art PMS, AgileAssets ® Pavement Analyst™. For agency-specific reasons, TxDOT chose to implement these two solutions as separate systems. Challenge Although TxDOT was using two industry-leading solutions to manage and maintain their pavement assets, agency teams did not initially share data between pavement management and maintenance management functions. The pavement management staff often lacked up-to-date information about pavement work history and work type. If the road condition improved, pavement managers could often not determine whether the change was due to inaccuracies in the new ratings or whether maintenance work had been done on the roadway. Efficiency lagged due to a lack of coordination between PMS- recommended work plans and actual maintenance projects. Siloed systems Disconnected information Pavement Management Maintenance Operations Number of employees 12,000 Geographical districts 25 Products Used Pavement Analyst™ Maintenance Manager™

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