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IHT Central and Southern Scotland Branch Evening Meeting 11 June 2009 World Road Association IHT Central and Southern Scotland Branch Evening Meeting 11 June 2009 World Road Association Technical Committee D. 1. 2008 -2011 Management of Road Infrastructure Assets Donald Morrison Head of Asset Management, Finance and Technical Trunk Road Network Management Directorate Transport Scotland

Overview • The Committee • Why did we get involved? • Work Programme and Overview • The Committee • Why did we get involved? • Work Programme and Outputs

TC D. 1 Management of Road Infrastructure Assets • Sub Group D 1. 1 TC D. 1 Management of Road Infrastructure Assets • Sub Group D 1. 1 – Benchmarking of Asset Management Methods • Sub Group D 1. 2 - Data Collection for Road Infrastructure Management • Sub Group D 1. 3 – Allocation of Resources Across Asset Classes

Sub Group D 1. 1 Benchmarking of Asset Management Methods Strategies • Identify best Sub Group D 1. 1 Benchmarking of Asset Management Methods Strategies • Identify best practice in asset management systems with key aspects for Road Authorities at different stages of development to consider when choosing a system. • Review costs associated with asset systems and recommend where costs are best focused. Outputs • Illustrate through case studies the best practice for Road Authorities to adopt. • Produce benchmark of costs for typical systems, relative to investment in assets.

Why did we get involved? • TS is a major infrastructure “owner”. • We Why did we get involved? • TS is a major infrastructure “owner”. • We are actively keeping abreast of asset management developments both in the Highways sector and crossindustry. • TS has an Asset Management Improvement Programme.

The Trunk Road Asset • Trunk Roads Network) 3432 km (6. 3% of Scottish The Trunk Road Asset • Trunk Roads Network) 3432 km (6. 3% of Scottish Road • Motorways 539 km • A roads Dual 512 km • A roads Single 2381 km • Local Road 54, 776 km • Total volume 42, 718 (all roads) of road traffic 15, 906 (trunk roads)(37%) (mveh-km 2006) 12, 265 (cars), 1, 622 (HGV’s)(62%) • Asset Value £ 15. 4 billion • Over 11, 000 road works sites per annum • 6, 500 structures • 87, 600 gullies • 17, 500 lighting columns • 38, 000 manholes • 43, 000 signs

Maintenance and Management Arrangements Maintenance and Management Arrangements

Trunk Roads Network Management Directorate ASSET MANAGER NETWORK OPERATOR NETWORK MAINTAINER Trunk Roads Network Management Directorate ASSET MANAGER NETWORK OPERATOR NETWORK MAINTAINER

Maintenance and Management Arrangements Maintenance and Management Arrangements

Budget • Maintenance and Operations – – – Structural Roads and Bridges Routine and Budget • Maintenance and Operations – – – Structural Roads and Bridges Routine and Winter Minor Improvements Traffic Scotland DBFO Other 2007/08 £ 243 m 2008/09 £ 209 m £ 84 m £ 79 m £ 22 m £ 12 m £ 4 m £ 62 m £ 72 m £ 14 m £ 16 m £ 41 m £ 4 m

Asset Management Definitions Asset management is the systematic and coordinated activities and practices through Asset Management Definitions Asset management is the systematic and coordinated activities and practices through which an organisation optimally manages its assets, and their associated performance, risks and expenditures over the lifecycle for the purpose of achieving its organisational strategic plan BSi PAS 55 Definition Asset management is a strategic approach that identifies the optimal allocation of resources for the management, operation, preservation and enhancement of the highway infrastructure to meet the needs of current and future customers Framework for Highway Asset Management (2004)

Asset Management – Bringing it all together The current situation for many organisations Policy Asset Management – Bringing it all together The current situation for many organisations Policy and Strategy Data Transport Strategy Customer Aspirations Option Appraisal Future Demand IT Systems Business Process Work Delivery Supply Chain Maintenance Planning KPIs Value Management Whole Life Costs Risk Management Financial Planning Asset Management

TS Asset Management Improvement Programme 2007 -2009 Work Packages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TS Asset Management Improvement Programme 2007 -2009 Work Packages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Road Asset Management Plan (RAMP) Network hierarchy Gap analysis Performance management framework Information and systems Lifecycle planning Value management Risk plans Weigh in motion Asset valuation Process mapping Computerised decision support tool

TC D. 1. 1 Sub group Work Programme Members Ramesh Sinhal (Chairman England Alfred TC D. 1. 1 Sub group Work Programme Members Ramesh Sinhal (Chairman England Alfred Wenninger-Vycudil Austria Gerhard Eberl Austria Domonique Rafanomeza Madagascar Ricardo Solorio Murillo Mexico Sophie Tekie Namibia Bert de Wit Netherlands Chris Parkman New Zealand Donald Morrison Scotland Fernando Varela Soto Spain Richard Abell England Stephen Gaj USA Viktor Bardoczky Hungary Racid Tabbouchy Morocco Jose Ortiz-Garcia Colombia

TC D. 1. 1 Sub group Work Programme Methodology • • • Produce case TC D. 1. 1 Sub group Work Programme Methodology • • • Produce case studies for: – New Zealand – Scotland – Namibia – Colombia – Netherlands – USA – England Draft case studies aligned with structure of International Infrastructure Management Manual – Include costs of asset management to the organisation (human process, data collection/management, IT system etc, Identify and Confirm Best Practice Benchmark Costs Present Findings at WRA World Congress Mexico 2011 Produce a report and publish article in Routes/Roads (quarterly WRA publication)

Work Programme Work Programme

Points to Note Committee Meetings • Committee meets twice per year • Work of Points to Note Committee Meetings • Committee meets twice per year • Work of sub-group to be reported back to whole committee at start of each bi-annual meeting • Canvas views on direction taken (i. e. get feedback) • Liaise with other Technical Committees eg. D. 2 Road Pavements and D. 3 Road Bridges • Develop concepts and detail further within D 1. 1 • Present update at end of each meeting

Points to Note Focus • Focus on developing as well as developed countries to Points to Note Focus • Focus on developing as well as developed countries to be maintained • Committee to organise 2 asset management seminars over the course of the cycle • Gaps in knowledge should be highlighted • Recommendations are to be made for choosing and using asset management approach

Thank You donald. morrison@transportscotland. gsi. gov. uk www. transportscotland. gov. uk Thank You donald. [email protected] gsi. gov. uk www. transportscotland. gov. uk