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Oregon Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP)

The Oregon Transportation Asset Management Plan, or TAMP, documents information about Oregon's National Highway System pavement and bridge assets, their condition, use and performance, the processes by which they are managed, and the results of alternative management practices and investment decisions. 

 
The development of a TAMP aims not only to document current asset management practices performed by ODOT, but also to document process improvements the agency is undertaking to improve decision-making, investment strategies, and accountability in its use of public revenue. 

 
Provisions of Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) mandate that states develop a risk-based asset management plan which includes:
  1. A listing and condition of pavement and bridge assets on the National Highway System
  2. Asset management objectives and measures
  3. Identification and analysis of performance gaps between national goals and asset condition
  4. Lifecycle costs and risk-based management analysis
  5. A financial plan with a minimum forecast period of 10 years
  6. Investment strategies
Oregon Transportation Asset Management Plan- Executive Summary
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