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Research Report 266 Derivation of appropriate traffic & loading data and parameters for road asset management

Published: | Category: Activity management , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

The main purpose of this project is to identify appropriate traffic and loading data for use in RAMM, other pavement management systems (PMS) with treatment selection algorithms and for pavement deterioration models. Also to meet the needs of pavement designers in the estimation of pavement loading over the life of a project, by establishing ESA2 relationships from a variety of commonly used survey approaches and continuous data sources currently available in New Zealand.

Keywords: arterial, asset management systems, A-Train, B-Train, commercial, equivalent standard axle, fringe, heavy commercial vehicle, industrial, light commercial vehicle, medium commercial vehicle, residential, rural, strategic, temporary classifier, urban, weigh-in-motion.

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  • Published: 2005
  • Reference: 266
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