Transportation Asset Management
Guidelines and Phase 1 Plan
In June, 2017, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) adopted TAMP Guidelines to implement the provisions of SB486 and SB1 and expanded the asset class requirements beyond the federal requirements. Federal requirements describe components to be applied to pavement and bridge asset classes on the National Highway System (NHS). SB 486 is clear in its requirement the State’s TAMP contemplate analysis for all asset classes within the State Highway System (SHS). See TAMP guidelines in link below
Guidelines for the TAMP (PDF)
Asset Management Plan - Phase 1
The California Government Code section (14526) modified by Senate Bill 486 requires Caltrans to submit Phase 1 of the asset management plan in conjunction with the 2016 SHOPP. This report is provided to meet the Phase 1 requirement of the TAMP.
Caltrans Asset Management Performance Report provides an overview of activities accomplished in 2015 related to the implementation of asset management and key activities planned for 2016.
The Asset Management Performance Report also provides the first State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) Performance Report addressing the expected performance of the four core asset classes; pavement, bridges, culverts and intelligent transportation system (ITS) elements resulting from the 2016 SHOPP project portfolio.
Statewide Alerts and Other Information
Asset Management Links
- Transportation Asset Management Home Page
- 2017 State Highway System Management Plan
- California Transportation Asset Management Plan
- Pavement and Bridge Performance Management (PM2)
- Project Prioritization
- Caltrans Project Portal
- Asset Management Regulations and Guidelines
- Asset Management Presentations
- Caltrans Links
- External Links
California Department of Transportation
Division of Transportation Asset Management
1120 N Street, MS 49
Sacramento, CA 95814