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In Wyoming, most county paved roads were built decades ago without following minimum design standards. However, the recent increase in industrial/mineral activities in the state requires developing an efficient pavement management system (PMS) for local paved roads. The new PMS which is currently being...

 

This study was initiated to provide assistance to counties that were experiencing considerable impacts to their road systems from oil and gas drilling but were not receiving sufficient revenue to keep up with these impacts. As drilling expanded from Campbell County into Sheridan and Johnson counties...

 

This research project attempts to ease the data collection burden of the North Dakota Department of Transportation's (NDDOT) maintenance manager, while increasing and improving pavement condition information. The pilot project used handheld computer and global positioning system (GPS) technology to capture...

 

This study was conducted to determine if efficiencies could be gained through the process of standardizing data storage mechanisms to permit diversity at the operating level while maintaining data compatibility for aggregation at higher levels in the organization. Transportation agencies use many computer...

 
Rural Road Management Guide (Sep 1995, MPC-SD95-16-G3)
ERES Consultants, Inc.

This Guide contains information about the management of paved and gravel roads. The approaches to managing paved versus gravel roads differ in some respects. Both include an inventory of the physical characteristics of the road network and an assessment of the road condition; however, the analysis of...

 
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