Transportation Asset Management Council Technical Assistance Activities Program


PI:  Tim Colling

The Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) began delivering its education program and providing technical services in 2004. Since that time, the Center for Technology  & Training (CTT) has assisted the TAMC with its education programs and technical assistance services. The CTT is a logical choice for this program because, in addition to the TAMC
Education Program, the CTT houses other programs funded by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MOOT) including the Michigan Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), Roadsoft, Michigan Engineer’s Resource Library (MERL), and the Bridge Load Rating Program. This array of programs economizes upon professional, development, and support staff to make project delivery cost effective. The CTT focuses its efforts specifically on projects related to local government agencies and transportation.

The tasks for this proposal were identified from priorities outlined by TAMC in the TAMC 2017-2019 Work Program.

Task 1: Attend and Participate in TAMC Council Meetings
Task 2: Attend and Participate in TAMC Committee Meetings
Task 3: Review of the Data and QC Collection Results
Task 4: Maintain Roadsoft -IRT Data Submission Protocols
Task 5: Maintenance of TAMC PASER Training Certification Testing Instruments and Records
Task 6: Investment Reporting Project Cost and Treatment Life Study
Task 7: Undefined Staff Support
Task 8: Project Management and Monthly Reporting

Tim Colling
Tim Colling
Mary Crane
Mary Crane