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1.4.6 References

AASHTO, 2013. Transportation Asset Management Assessment , Department of Transportation - Federal highway Administration, AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide: A focus on implementation — Executive Summary , Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and AASHTO, June 2013 (

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group. 2013. AASHTO Asset Management Guide—A Focus on Implementation. Executive Summary. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Washington, DC. Last accessed July 29, 2015 (}.CSS/TAG, 2004. Preparation of a Model Framework for Asset Management (Plans) for a Highway Network in the UK: Stage One Report: Review of International and Cross- Sector Experience, May 2004.

HMEP, 2013. Highway Infrastructure Asset Management, Department for Transport UK, may 2013 (

United Kingdom Roads Liaison Group (UKRLG) and Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP). 2013. Highway Infrastructure Asset Management Guidance Document. Department for Transport, London. Last accessed July 24, 2015 (

ISO 55000, 2014. Asset management -- Overview, principles and terminology. ISO standard.

NCHRP 551, 2006. Performance Measures and Targets for Transportation Asset Management, National Cooperative Highway Research Program - Report 551, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. 2006 (

PAS 55, 2008. PAS 55: Asset Management – Parts 1 and 2. British Standards Institution's (BSI).

PIARC 2004. The framework for performance indicators,  Comité technique 6 Gestion des Routes / Technical Committee 6 Road Management The Framework for Performance Indicators, PIARC Paris France 2004, ISBN 2-84060-165-6 (

PIARC 2012. High level management indicators, Comité technique AIPCR D.1 - Gestion du patrimoine routier/PIARC Technical Committee D.1 - Management of road infrastructure assets, PIARC Paris France 2012, ISBN 978-2-84060-288-1 (



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