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2014 MNDot Gravel Roads Management Tools

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The MNDot Road Research Board (LRRB) conducted this study to understand the gravel road 

management needs of Minnesota local agencies. The two main goals were to:
  • Determine the needs of local agencies
  • Identify what gravel road management tools are currently used/available

This report includes the following:
  • Process summary
  • Summary of local and national survey findings
  • Matrix of existing gravel road management tools used in the U.S.
  • Appendix with detailed survey results and interview summaries with software vendors


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Date Wed 04/29/2015 @ 02:52
Author Ellen Winter
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America's Infrastructure Report Card - 2013

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America's Report Card states that as a country our infrastructure is almost failing.  With a D+ average, change is necessary.  Read this executive summary written by: http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/

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Date Wed 06/25/2014 @ 08:28
Author Ellen Winter
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Long Term Strategy Or Boondoggle Band Aid? - 4/2009 - By Greg Mebel

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Greg Mebel surveys customers across the nation and learns how the Economic Stimulus package
(American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) is impacting them.



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Date Tue 03/09/2010 @ 05:55
Author PubWorks
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Maintaining Integrity Through Asset Management

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ASK 10 PEOPLE TO DEFINE
asset management and you will get a dozen different definitions. Some will think of their stock portfolios, others of aging infrastructure, and some may cringe no matter what the definition.

A functional definition of asset management is a comprehensive strategy to cost-effectively deliver a level of service that meets or exceeds user/customer expectations and regulatory requirements with an acceptable level of risk.

 This article was first published in Colorado Municipal League.

 



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Date Tue 04/26/2016 @ 05:16
Author Dan Richardson
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Waste not Want not - 4/2009 - By Greg Mebel

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“It’s a piece of crap,” Dan Copeland yells into his cell phone over heavy machinery at a highway work site. This Bannock County, Idaho Superintendent of Highways, thinks the stimulus package stinks. Why? “Personally I believe we’re just fleecing America with it,” he explains.



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Date Wed 02/17/2010 @ 11:06
Author PubWorks
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