Management of Highway Structures
A Code of Practice
- Great Britain Department of Transport
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
It is widely recognised that a well-managed transport infrastructure is vital to the economic stability, growth and social well being of a country. Bridges and other highway structures are fundamental to the transport infrastructure because they form essential links in the highway network.
The third of three Codes of Practice, Management of Highway Structures provides authoritative guidance on highway structures maintenance and the development of recognised Good Management Practice.
Developed around an asset management approach, this Code is organised around key themes of highway structures management:
Introduction, purpose, scope and status
Bridge management system
Highways structure team
Data and information
Asset management planning and resource accounting
Maintenance planning and management
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