“Developing a Transportation Asset Management Plan” is the second in the series of courses on transportation asset management. It introduces the role of the Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) as a planning, communication, and accountability tool and provides the information necessary for an agency to develop or enhance a TAMP.
The course focuses on three primary components to the TAMP, including strategic performance measurement, risk assessment, and financial management. It also provides templates and guidelines for use in developing a TAMP. The course is 1.5-days in length.
Prior to attending the first day of class, participants must complete the online, 1-hour training module NHI-131106C “Introduction to a Transportation Asset Management Plan.” Information on how participants access this training is provided to the host by the instructor once the session is confirmed.