Project TitleStrategic Prioritization and Planning of Transportation Infrastructure Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Improvements Incorporating Continuously-Sensed Data
UniversityGeorge Mason
Principal Investigator(s)Elise Miller-Hooks and David Lattanzi
PI Contact,
Funding Source(s) and Amounts Provided (by each agency or organization)George Mason-
Federal share $111,511, Match Amount $117,505
Penn State-
Federal Share $128,667, Match Amount $128,667
University of Delaware-
Federal Share $50,401, Match Amount $51,629
Total Project Cost$589,158
Federal $290,579, Match Amount 297,801
Start and End Dates3/1/19—3/1/21
Brief Description of Research ProjectThe objectives of this proposed effort are to develop:
(1) Condition monitoring and forecasting capabilities that exploit continuously-sensed data technologies;
(2) Algorithms that incorporate continuously-sensed asset condition states and updated forecasts in strategic planning of maintenance, repair and rehabilitation options and their implementation prioritizations;
(3) Methods that explicitly account for uncertainty in state predictions; and
(4) Tools that can be deployed in practice for large, complex roadway networks.