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Evaluation of an Illinois pavement management system

Peter J. Weykamp

Evaluation of an Illinois pavement management system

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Published by Engineering Research and Development Bureau, New York State Dept. of Transportation in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • EXPEAR (Computer system) -- Evaluation.,
  • Pavements -- Illinois -- Maintenance and repair -- Management.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter J. Weykamp.
    SeriesSpecial report -- 93, Special report (New York (State). Engineering Research and Development Bureau) -- 93.
    ContributionsNew York (State). Engineering Research and Development Bureau, United States. Federal Highway Administration
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11, [2] leaves
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22265769M

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Evaluation of an Illinois pavement management system by Peter J. Weykamp Download PDF EPUB FB2

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A New Tool for Concrete Infrastructure Evaluation. Roesler recently used the MIRA technology to assess ten concrete pavement sections in Champaign-Urbana for slab thickness, presence and spacing of reinforcement and dowels, and presence of stabilized base layer in order to link design features with performance of urban concrete pavements.

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An economic analysis process known as Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) is used to evaluate the cost-efficiency of alternatives based on the Net Present Value (NPV) concept.

It is essential to evaluate the above-mentioned cost aspects in order to obtain optimum pavement life-cycle. ROAD CONDITION EVALUATION AND RATING All pavement management systems require the evaluation of pavement conditions.

Even without a formal pavement man­ agement system, a basic record of pavement conditions is useful to maintenance supervisory staff.

However, the rating and evaluation system must reflect the needs of the agency. IDOT's Bureau of Local Roads and Streets publishes and maintains a manual which establishes uniform policies and procedures for the location, design, and environmental evaluation of highway construction projects on the local highway system.

The purpose of this policy is to compile the policies. Manuals & Guides The following is a list of manuals and guides, which includes instructional materials such as Special Provisions and Type, Size, and Location documents.

Please utilize the search function to locate items of interest. Pavement management and management system describes the investigation of pavement condition data. pavement performance evaluation pavement performance prediction. economic analysis. and pavement maintenance decision-making.

the establishment and implementation of pavement management system. NATIONWIDE EVALUATION OF CONCRETE PAVEMENTS--ILLINOIS DEMONSTRATION. This paper describes the Concrete Pavement Evaluation System (COPES).

This computerized system is capable of efficiently collecting, processing and evaluating large amounts of pavement data to improve the design, construction, materials, and maintenance of concrete pavements. Selected papers from the International Airfield and Highway Pavements Conferenceheld in Chicago, Illinois, July 21–24, Sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute of ASCE.

This collection contains 44 peer-reviewed papers on the design, construction, evaluation, and management of airfield and highway pavements. PASER Evaluation 3.

So-called rigid pavements (concrete) carry traffic loadings differently than flexible pavements (asphalt). Concrete pavements are designed to act like a beam and use the bending strength of the slabs to carry the load.

Beneficial Use of Dredged Material from the Illinois Marine Transportation System (R) Best Practice Operation of Reversible Express Lanes for Kennedy Expressway (R) Bridge Decks: Mitigation of Shrinkage Cracking - Phase III (R). The pavement maintenance management system is a set of tools that helps decision maker to determine optimal strategies for existing pavement condition by evaluation and maintenance of the pavement.

pavement management system developed by Lucity, Inc. to maintain inspection data and estimate pavement condition resulting from various levels of investment. A pavement rating scale called the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is used to rate the streets.

These ratings can be generalized “Excellent”, “Good”, “Fair”, “Poor”, “Very. Committee on Pavement Monitoring, Evaluation, and Data Storage.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:datePublished\/a> \" \/span>\" ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Long-term network performance: function of pavement management system maintenance selection policy \/ Gustav T.

Rohde, Michael I. Pinard, Elzbieta Sadzik. A Pavement Management System (PMS) is designed to provide objective information and useful data for analysis so that road managers can make more consistent, cost-effective, and defensible decisions related to the preservation of a pavement network.

PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Overview While a PMS cannot make final decisions, it can provide. Pavement health monitoring can facilitate the matching of field measurements to ME predicted pavement performance and more accurate calibration of performance prediction models, resulting in more accurate designs.

This can result in significant cost savings. Pavement health monitoring is also important from the pavement management perspective. City of Goodyear, Arizona Pavement Management System and Treatment Strategy Evaluation The Client's Goal Determine if the current pavement management system will continue to meet the City's growing needs and identify ways to increase the use of pavement preservation in the City's program.

synthesis and a set of guidelines to assist local agencies in selecting and implementing a pavement management system that is suitable for their needs. This synthesis document provides details on pavement management systems in terms of data collection methodologies and rating systems, software programs, and local agency implementations in the by: 5.

Pavement performance is a function of its relative ability to serve traffic over a period of time. Typically, a system of objective measurements is used to quantify a pavement’s condition and performance. These systems are used to aid in making the following types of decisions (Hicks and Mahoney, [1]): Establish maintenance priorities.

Paving Materials and Pavement Analysis Paving Materials and Pavement Analysis Improving Pavement Management System by Adding Pavement Preservation Component. - Cost-Effectiveness Evaluation of Pavement Maintenance Treatments by OPTime.

Qiao Dong and Baoshan Huang. - Variable Slip Skid Resistance Testing for. MARCH ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY. ROADWAY DESIGN CRITERIA ISTHA Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (Illinois Tollway) WBPM Web-Based Program Management system (currently using e-Builder) Definitions AASHTO Roadside Design Guide.

velopment of a System for Nationwide Evaluation of Portland Cement Concrete Pavements. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, NCHRP ProjectFinal A simplified pavement management system at the network level is presented, in two recent books (1,3), which suggest that there.

Pavement management for airports, roads, and parking lots | Mohamed Y. Shahin | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. CMAP RFP Project Management of Municipal Pavement Management Plans employee of Congress or Illinois General Assembly, or an employee of a member of Congress or.

Illinois General Assembly in connection with the awarding of any agreement, the making of any. A PAVEMENT FEEDBACK SYSTEM FOR THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: FEASIBILITY AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS. Presented in this paper are the results of an investigation of the need for an improved Illinois pavement feedback system (IPFS) for the collection, storage, retrieval, and utilization of important pavement information.

ROADWAY DESIGN CRITERIA March - 3 - Illinois Tollway Edge of Pavement. The longitudinal joint between roadway pavement and shoulder pavement. In many locations, the outside lane of roadway pavement was built 1’ wider than it was striped. Along the existing Elgin O’Hare the outside lane was built 2’ wider than it is striped.

An integral part of a pavement management system is an adequate data base. The evaluation performed by BTML compiles the data necessary to create a format adaptable for use in an effective pavement management system for the tollway.

The pavement management framework is a management tool to aid consistency and optimization in the decision process. Michigan Statewide Airport Pavement Management System The Client.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Aeronautics. The Goal. The Office of Aeronautics was one of the pioneers in the use of airport pavement management at the state level, but, init became concerned about achieving the full potential of its APMS.

Introduction. Nowadays, highway pavement construction, maintenance and rehabilitation costs are rising dramatically. It is essential for highway agencies to utilise tools and approaches that facilitate proper decision-making by applying economics and operations research such as Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) to achieve economically reasonable long-term by: MARCH ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY.

ROADWAY DESIGN CRITERIA Design Policy for the Evaluation of Mainline Superelevation Deficiencies for WBPM Web-Based Program Management system (currently using e-Builder). Establishing a pavement inventory data base requfres plenty of patience and perseverance.

Thorough procedures were used in the Illinois Department of Transportation, Bureau of Mate­ rials and Physical Research (BMPR), to obtain original con­ struction and rehabilitation design information for the Department's pavement management system.

Darter is an international authority in design, construction, rehabilitation, and management of highway and airfield concrete pavements. Through his consulting, research, and teaching work.

The objective of this study is to evaluate pavement damage due to new tire designs using accelerated pavement testing (APT) and finite element (FE) modeling. Three tire configurations were investigated in this study, including the newly developed wide-base tire (/55R), an older generation of wide-base tire (/65R), and the.

Pavement management systems. A pavement management system (PMS) is a planning tool used to aid pavement management decisions. PMS software programs model future pavement deterioration due to traffic and weather, and recommend maintenance and repairs to the road's pavement based on the type and age of the pavement and various measures of existing pavement quality.

The objective of this research project was to develop methodologies for the evaluation of different types of seal-coated, gravel, and dirt roads by using a best-practice-oriented pavement-management system in Illinois.

A statewide survey comprised of 13 questions collected responses from county engineers and highway commissioners. Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. (APTech) is a full-service pavement engineering consulting firm.

We are nationally-recognized leaders in the industry, providing innovative solutions for the design, evaluation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of roadway and airport pavements.Pavement Management Inc, Pheasant Ridge Rd, Lake Zurich, IL holds a Gc Commercial license and 1 other license according to the Evanston license board.

Their BuildZoom score of ranks in the top 6% of 65, Illinois licensed contractors. Their license was verified as active when we last checked.The Benefits of Using a Geospatial Airport Pavement Management System at Denver and Tampa International Airports Michael T.

McNerney and Katherine A. Keegan pp. -