ICMPA Concurrent Session 7

Friday, June 10, 2022

8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

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CS #LocationSession ThemePaper Title and Authors
7-1Joliet – 3rd FloorLocal PMS

Pavement Management Helped the City of Oakland Get $350 Million. Now What? A Case Study for Selecting Streets
Margot Yapp, Shahram Misaghi, Sharlan Montgomery Dunn, and Sarah Fine

Pavement Management Systems for Local Municipal Agencies State of Current Conditions and Practices
Abbas Kachwalla

Townsville City Council, From Condition Data to Informed Decisions Using PARMMS-Horizons Management Tool after Three Years of Implementation
Sen Vigneswaran and Ernesto Urbaez

Pavement Condition Forecast for Local Roads Missing Age Information
Abdallah Alhamdan and Inya Nlenanya
7-2Astoria – 3rd FloorPIARC PMS Session II – Big Data and Pavement Management

Big Data For Pavement Management – Challenges and Opportunities
Gerardo Flintch

PIARC's Technical Committee 4.1’s Literature Review on Big Data
Mehis Leigri

Data Collection of the Future
Tim Massart and Jacopo Alaimo

BD-Pave (Big Data Pavement Management Initiative)
Leif Sjogren
7-3Continental C – Lobby LevelPMS: Sustainability and Resilience

Delivering Climate, Resilience, and Sustainability (CRS) Outcomes around the Globe
Royce Greaves and Gareth McKay

Integrated Risk Management Framework for Road Networks Exposed to Natural Hazards
Alondra Chamorro, Tomás Echaveguren, Eduardo Allen, Marta Contreras, Joaquín Dagá, Hernán de Solminihac, and Natalia Nieto

Mechanical-Chemical Strengthened Base Course (MCSB-TPA) – A Green and Innovative Approach to a New Generation of Asphalt Pavement Construction
Zsolt Boros and Filip Buček

Application of Sustainable Pavement Design in Jordan Using AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design Software
Dalia Bannoura, Laith Tashman, and Louay Mohammad

FuelSave – A Pilot to Understand and Mitigate Traffic Carbon and Energy in Road Design and Asset Management
Christian Stjernquist and Martin Wiström

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