This is the transcript of the Final TAM Performance Measure Guidebooks webinar presented on June 6, 2017.
This final Transit Asset Management guidebook details the methods for transit agencies in measuring and reporting TAM facility condition assessments to the National Transit Database (NTD).
This final Transit Asset Management guidebook details the methods for transit agencies in measuring and reporting TAM infrastructure assets under performance restrictions (slow zones) to the National Transit Database (NTD).
This document is the transcript from a webinar describing the Transit Asset Management Final Rule (with a focus on the needs of small providers), presented in August 2016.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today announced a final rule requiring FTA grantees to develop management plans for their public transportation assets, including vehicles, facilities, equipment, and other infrastructure. Transit asset management (TAM) is an essential practice for providing safer, more reliable transit service nationwide, while helping lower operating costs.
This proposed Transit Asset Management guidebook, which details the methods for transit agencies in measuring and reporting conditions of administrative, maintenance, and passenger facilities to the National Transit Database (NTD), was released for 60-day public comment on July 26, 2016.
One of the many challenges of Transit Asset Management is how to define “state of good repair.” This presentation from the 2nd State of Good Repair workshop (July, 2010) explores the most feasible approaches.
Frequently asked questions about FTA's Transit Asset Management Final Rule