Roading Asset Maintenance Cost Guidelines
Data collection and data management principles and electronic tools are well established and continuing to develop. Advances in computing technology, asset management systems, mobile devices and connectivity make it easier to review and record operational maintenance activity in an operationally timely way. They also improve the way asset management data is shared.
Nonetheless, clear roles and responsibilities need to be defined to ensure data quality is maintained. Changes in operational practice have also allowed greater visibility of the network’s activity and maintenance status, which enables streamlined fault, asset, and financial management. The information management demands sometimes require different staff skills or training in the asset management process.
This guide will help you take care at all stages to consider if data is appropriate, and particularly that no unrealistic data has crept into the maintenance costs.
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