Video: Asset Management (AM)

Effective Pavement Preservation by Identifying Distress Conditions, Causes, and Cures (PM381)
Ohio LTAP Center/FHWA (18 minutes)
A very quick overview of distresses, causes, and cures for flexible (asphalt) and rigid (concrete) pavements. Does not cover every type of distress, and provides a limited numberof repairs.
Suggested audience: road management personnel.

Pavement Management Systems (PM020)
CRREL (6 minutes)
Explains the advantages of a pavement management system and introduces two pavement management programs developed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers: PAVER, and Micro-PAVER.
Suggested audience: road management personnel.

Rain Check: Stormwater Pollution Prevention for MS4s (DR 482)
By: ExcalVisualLLP (44 Minutes)
The Stormwater Management Program describes how a facility will protect stormwater that enters its MS4. The permit requires that small (Phase II) municipalities address six “Minimum Control Measures” (MCMs) in the Program. These MCMs Include:

  1. Public Education and Outreach
  2. Public Participation and Involvement
  3. Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
  4. Construction Site Run-Off Control
  5. Post-Construction Management
  6. Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping
Suggested Audience: Highway and Public Works Officials, Foremen & Crews, Engineers, Municipal Officials, Planners, Environmental groups, and citizens  

Road Repair: Do the Right Thing at the Right Time (PM087)
Braun Intertec, sponsored by Minnesota LRRB (20 minutes)
How preventive road repair can save money compared to postponing more expensive work.
Suggested audience: those in highway or public works departments who are responsible for planning or communicating road maintenance issues to the public.

Truck Impacts on Pavement (PM380)
FHWA (24 minutes)
Reviews the effects of truck weight and loading on pavement. Discusses pavement design, truck loading, and pavement failure and fatigue.
Suggested audience: road management personnel.

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