Pavement Management
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What is inside this section: Pavement Management

“Pavement management” refers to a systematic process of maintaining, upgrading and operating a network of pavements and involves three major components: the pavement life cycle, the costs associated with this life cycle and pavement management systems.

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Pavement Evaluation

Pavement performance is a function of its relative ability to serve traffic over a period of time (Highway Research Board, 1962). Originally, a pavement’s relative ability to serve traffic was determined quite subjectively by visual inspection and experience.

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Constructing infrastructure is a costly and time consuming affair. Owners and builders go through great efforts testing, inspecting, and documenting many important activities to ensure these cost and time expenditures do not overrun. Traditionally, these tests, inspections, and other documents have been recorded on paper and retained in paper form for years, until they could … Read more »