State of Good Repair & Asset Management
For an overview of transit asset management under MAP-21, go here.
Information on the State of Good Repair Program under MAP-21 may be found here.
Maintaining the nation's bus and rail systems in a State of Good Repair (SGR) is essential if public transportation systems are to provide safe and reliable service to millions of daily riders. State of Good Repair includes sharing ideas on recapitalization and maintenance issues, asset management practices, and innovative financing strategies. It also includes issues related to measuring the condition of transit capital assets, prioritizing local transit re-investment decisions and preventive maintenance practices. Finally, research and the identification of the tools needed to address this problem are vital. The FTA will lead the nation's effort to address the State of Good Repair by collaborating with industry to bring the nation's transit infrastructure into the 21st Century.
|Topic of Interest||Description|
|FTA-FHWA 2010 Conditions & Performance Report
|2010 Status of the Nation's Highways, Bridges, and Transit: Conditions & Performance Report to Congress|
|2011 State of Good Repair Report to Congress
|FTA State of Good Repair Initiative Report submitted to Congress in December 2011|
|FY2012 State of Good Repair Discretionary Grant Awards||Projects funded: http://www.fta.dot.gov/about/12322_14745.html|
|State of Good Repair Bus and Bus Facilities Discretionary Program Funds
|Projects funded with Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities program funds in support of the State of Good Repair Initiative. Project Descriptions:|
|NTSB Safety Recommendations and State of Good Repair for WMATA
|DOT announced $150 Million to WMATA to Begin Addressing NTSB Safety Recommendations and State of Good Repair|
|FY2010 State of Good Repair Projects||Project Descriptions: http://www.fta.dot.gov/about/13248_12067.html|