Pavement Preservation for Local Road Agencies
Training, support, and resources to solve the toughest pavement management problems
A Serious Problem
Pavement is the largest, most valuable asset in any county, city, town or village. But most agencies treat their streets and highways as if they're disposable; they let the pavement deteriorate until it fails, and then they reconstruct. This is the "worst-first" approach . . . (more)
A Simple Solution
Two words: pavement preservation. On a typical pavement deterioration curve it's easy to see why preservation works. Keep the good roads good; it's as simple as that. But making the change at your agency can be challenging. Transportation Asset Management (TAM) is the key.
Change the way you think about managing your roads
PART 1: Service Cycle
See the result of the Worst First approach.
Length: 2 min 10 sec
PART 2: Window of Opportunity
The basics of pavement deterioration and maintenance.
Length: 2 min 30 sec
PART 3: Bang for the Buck
See how much value you get for each maintenance treatment.
Length: 2 min 40 sec
PART 4: Quick Check
Measure the effectiveness of your maintenance strategy.
Length: 3 min 40 sec
This online training is for those who need a thorough understanding of TAM and the PASER method for the implementation of their agency's pavement preservation effort. It will help make you the TAM expert at your agency. RUNNING TIME: 5 hours 5.0 PDH credits
Pavement Preservation for Local Road Agencies – PREMIUM training
INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION ASSET MANAGEMENT
Concepts of Transportation Asset Management
Pavement Condition Assessment Methods
Basic Data Elements for Local Agencies
Building an Inventory, Collecting & Storing Data
The Language of Pavement
A Mix of Fixes
Analysis and Output you Can Expect
Long-Term Pavement Performance (5 modules)
The TAM Challenge
Certificate of Completion
USING ASPHALT PASER TO EVALUATE YOUR ROADS
Overview of Asphalt Distress
The PASER Method for Asphalt
An Alternative PASER Approach for Block Cracking
How to Use PASER to Rate Streets & Highways
PASER Best Practices When Using PASER
Best Safety Practices When Using PASER on the Road
Testing (5 modules)
Certificate of Completion
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
Technical Support and Coaching -- Email
Email or phone contact with Terance McNinch for implementation support
Access to the instructor's TAM resource library
Single Seat License
60-Day Access & Support
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60-Day LMS Access
Certificate of Completion
Terry is an accomplished leader in the world of technology transfer and an internationally recognized roadway asset management expert.
Since retiring as director of the Center for Technology & Training (CTT) and the Michigan Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) at Michigan Tech University in 2010, Terry has been exploring methods for bringing online training into the fields of transportation and public works. His primary expertise involves roadway asset management, the use of the PASER pavement condition evaluation method and pre disaster asset condition documentation. He has conducted workshops for the LTAP programs in Louisiana and Indiana, and as far away as Kabul, Afghanistan as part of a United Nations project.
Training & Support That Gets Results
Real people making a lasting difference with transportation asset management
When I look for training for road agencies in Indiana, I consider two factors: the trainer and the delivery platform. In this case, both are top-notch. Terry's thorough knowledge of asset management from many perspectives is a huge benefit for local agencies and the industry. The online training format, organized into short segments, is convenient, accessible, and enjoyable to watch.
Indiana LTAP at Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana
Easy to Understand
Terry was instrumental in helping us develop and launch our Asset Management program in 2004. With the program in place, our townships have funded between $2.5 and $3.5 million per year in improvements. They look forward to the annual report on the progress in improving the roads for their residents. We thank Terry for making Asset Management easy to understand and easy to explain to others.
Brian Gutowski, P.E.
Emmet County Road Commission
Harbor Springs, Michigan
Terry is very knowledgeable and he teaches the material in a way that helps technical and non-technical people make good decisions together.
The pavement management system that we had in place did not enable us to evaluate our roads in any meaningful way. The PASER Method will allow us to more closely define the actual pavement condition and use this information to formulate a very effective pavement management program.
Mitchell P. Wyble, P.E.
Public Works City Engineer
Lafayette Consolidated Government
I usually have to drive 150 miles round-trip to attend asset management training. I can't tell you how much I appreciate having it available online!
City of Union City, Indiana