FTA and FHWA Host a Peer Exchange on Integrating Asset Management into the Transportation Planning Process

Published on: October 1, 2023

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and FTA are hosting two virtual peer exchanges focused on integrating asset management into planning and programming as part of a research study on this topic.

These exchanges will provide an opportunity for State DOTs, MPOs, and transit agencies interested in strengthening the relationship between asset management and their planning and programming practices to share and discuss their practices and challenges with peer agencies.

The first exchange, which will be held in October 23-24, will focus on the integration of transit asset management. The event will include presentations from Washington DOT, Washoe County RPC, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Agency (SEPTA), Atlanta Regional Commission, and the North Central Texas Council of Governments.

The second exchange, to be held November 1-2, will focus on highway asset management integration. Participants will hear from West Virginia DOT, Iowa DOT, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Colorado DOT, Delaware DOT, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. With space limited, we encourage State DOTs, MPOs and transit agencies interested in playing an active role in discussions and able to attend both days to register now. Please limit registrations from your agency to two people.

Summaries of the exchanges will be available following the events. Next winter, we will host a national webinar covering integrating asset management into planning and programming.

October peer exchange
November peer exchange

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