Committee on Maintenance
Jameelah E. Hayes, Program Manager for Engineering
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is partnering with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) (along with its member State DOTs), Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and the Association for Management and Operations of Transportation Infrastructure Assets (AMOTIA) to create the Maintenance Peer Network (MPN). The MPN is a comprehensive effort to collect and share information between maintenance and operation professionals to improve roadway maintenance (including bridges) practices across the country.
The primary objective of the MPN is to collect and document current best practices across the nation, as well as any emerging technologies, then facilitate the sharing of the information among State highway agencies through a series of regional peer exchange workshops. It is not the intent of the MPN to compete with or take away from other ongoing AASHTO, WASHTO, SASHTO, etc. efforts and initiatives. Instead, the intent is for the MPN to further those efforts by providing an opportunity for a more widespread sharing of maintenance innovations and best practices among agencies.
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MPN Final Summary Report 7-17-2016
SCOM Annual Meeting MPN Summary Report 7-22-2015
West Region Workshop Report 9-29-2014
South Region Workshop Report 12-11-2014
Northeast Region Workshop Report 4-14-2015
Midwest Region Workshop Report 5-21-2015