Measurable performance indicators for roads: Canadian and international practice

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ConferenceAnnual Conference of Transportation Association of Canada: 18 October 2009, Vancouver, B.C.
Pages122; # of pages: 22
AbstractPerformance indicators are an essential part of modern road asset management. The basic rationale for having measureable performance indicators is that limited availability of resources makes it necessary to allocate these resources as effectively as possible among competing alternatives; moreover, that considerations of safety, capacity, serviceability, functionality and durability are explicitly recognized.A comprehensive approach to developing performance indicators should consider the basic rationale, a balance in use and reporting, efficiency and effectiveness, a tie to transportation values, objectivity in the measurements used and the stakeholders involved in the development of a framework.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number52692
NPARC number20374616
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