Transportation Asset Management (TAM) is a comprehensive, integrated and systematic approach to cost effectively manage Georgia’s physical transportation assets. This is done through the use of strategic goals, performance measures and data.
Sustaining infrastructure through asset preservation is at the core of TAM. Life cycle management—looking at an asset over its life span and applying preservation treatments—prolongs useful life. This is cost effective in the long run and does not delay routine maintenance, which, over time, may result in complete deterioration and costly asset replacement.
TAM strategies will help improve the performance of Georgia's existing system, get the best return on taxpayer dollars spent for improvements, preserve physical assets and provide the service the public expects. Preventive maintenance will reduce life cycle costs as well as improve travel conditions, reliability and safety.
Please submit your comments and questions to Organziational Performance Management Administrator Angela Alexander at email@example.com or (404) 631-1987.