TRAINING LEVEL: Basic
Pavement preservation represents a major paradigm shift in the way many transportation agencies view and operate their highway networks. The Pavement Preservation Programs course provides basic information on what comprises a pavement preservation program and how it is implemented. It places particular emphasis on changes in practice and assignment of dedicated funding.
Additionally, the training covers the benefits and challenges to a preservation program; Federal and State resources available to support a preservation program; and approaches for communicating the advantages of pavement preservation to stakeholders.
This training was developed as part of the Maintenance Training Series. To access all the courses in the series, enroll in the 134109 course.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
This course is designed for State, regional, and county personnel who manage operations programs and deal with oversight and quality assurance across broad geographic areas. This target audience also is involved with handling materials, scheduling, budgeting, and planning.
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