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DescriptionEventbrite - Local Agency Pavement Management and Asset Management Meeting

This workshop is being offered by the Iowa Pavement Management Program. It provides local and regional governmental personnel a working knowledge of pavement data collection process and how the data can be used for pavement and asset management. The focus of the workshop is on pavement condition data collected using automated distress data collection equipment and pavement management tools. The workshop will cover the distresses collected, distress data delivery, pavement management software (dTIMS), and GIS tools.

The workshop will feature a work session to look at revising PCI weighting factors for local agencies. There will be presentations from local agencies and consultants, and a training session for dTIMS.

Date and Location

April 13, 2017
Intrans Video Conference Room
2711 S Loop Drive
Suite 4700
Ames, IA 50010

The workshop is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m.

Fees

$0.00 (Registration before the event is required. Lunch will be provided on-site)

Registration

Registration is online only. Click here to register.

Questions

Contact Inya Nlenanya (515-294-2373 or inya@iastate.edu)


2015 DATA COLLECTION IS NOW AVAILABLE!!

Go to IPMP Web Portal to view the data. To request the data for your agency, please use the service request link..

For questions and additional information


DEADLINE FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES: APRIL 17, 2015

For the 2015 data collection cycle, the Iowa DOT will pay for the collection and processing of automated pavement distress data for all paved roads in the collection area, as part of its support of asset management activities for local agencies.  Therefore, local agencies will not have to pay extra for collecting this data on their paved non-Federal-aid routes.

However, local agencies that wish to obtain additional data or services, such as video logging or software, will still need to pay for these as before.


DEADLINE FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES: AUGUST 18, 2014

Beginning with the 2013 data collection cycle, as part of its support of asset management activities for local agencies, the Iowa DOT will pay for the collection and processing of automated pavement distress data for all paved roads in Iowa.  Therefore, local agencies will no longer have to pay extra for collecting this data on their paved non-Federal-aid routes.

However, local agencies that wish to obtain additional data or services, such as video logging or software, will still need to pay for these as before. 

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Last updated: March 2, 2017

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