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Definition of Asset Management:
Asset Management, as defined by the Ohio Department of Transportation, is a systematic and strategic investment decision process for operating, maintaining, upgrading and expanding physical assets effectively over their life cycle that is based on quality data and well-defined objectives. 

Program Overview:
The Ohio Department of Transportation has over 21 billion dollars' worth of assets which make up Ohio’s transportation system. Transportation asset management (TAM) will play a critical role in the planning, development, preservation, and construction of Ohio’s transportation system. The purpose of TAM as a business process is to provide a vital contribution to the economic health of the state of Ohio by leveraging its critical assets for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. The TAM process will support the Department’s decision making in providing a safe, affordable, and high performing transportation system through optimal resource allocation. ODOT is a three billion dollar enterprise, and as such, it is important to account for its assets in terms of location, value, and condition in order to make fiscally responsible strategic decisions.




Program Manager Andrew Williams, Administrator
Office of Technical Services
(614) 752-4059

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Asset Management Leadership Team Members
The Leadership Team provides a cross-business approach to managing Transportation Assets through collaboration, tactical development and education while providing governance and awareness of ODOT's Transportation Asset Management activites.