TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 92: Transit Asset Condition Reporting examines and documents the current state of the practice in transit asset condition management. The report defines transit asset management as a strategic planning process that supports informed capital investment planning and programming.
The report's objective is to provide transit agencies and their federal, state, and local funding partners with a review of current practices in order to help encourage an industry-wide discussion on standards and the data needed to measure conditions and use the information in making effective investment decisions.
Table of Contents
|Asset Costs Considered||6-6|
|Scope of Asset Inventory||8-8|
|Age and Condition Data Use||14-14|
|Case Study: Asset Condition Data Collection and Tracking at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority||17-18|
|Summary of Case Studies||20-21|
|Chapter Six - Conclusions||22-24|
|Appendix A - Survey Questionnaire||27-33|
|Appendix B - Detail Summary of Survey Responses||34-38|
|Appendix C - Listing of Responding Agencies||39-39|
|Appendix D - Annotated Bibliography||40-44|
|Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications||45-45|