News Tagged With: transit-asset-management
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July 16, 2012

Santa Monica Big Blue Bus extends Trapeze contract

Will include a comprehensive transit asset management solution to better track and maintain its fleet.


September 6, 2011

Chicago RTA receives $800K for asset management

The grant will allow the RTA to develop a tool that will utilize its newly developed assessment and inventory of the region's transportation assets, including infrastructure and equipment, to prioritize future expenditures, to best achieve a State of Good Repair for transportation assets over the next 10 years.


August 8, 2011

6 transits to participate in FTA asset management pilot

The program encourages urban, suburban and rural transit agencies to find new, cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems — everything from railroad tracks and train stations to bus facilities and electrical equipment, resulting in improved system safety and reliability.


June 29, 2011

Parsons Brinckerhoff to create asset tracking guide

Will develop and document a transit asset management framework and implementation guide that will support the FTA’s State of Good Repair and Asset Management Programs. FTA estimates a nationwide backlog of $50 billion to $80 billion in deferred maintenance and replacement needs, many of which are rail related.


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