Here is the listing of Best reference books on Transportation Infrastructure Systems.
|1. “Public Infrastructure Asset Management” by Hudson, Ronald, Ralph Haas and Waheed Uddin
Book Review: This book provides a cost effective infrastructure asset management framework that provides the integration of planning, design, construction, maintenance, rehabilitation and renovation. The book also describes various methodologies that are used to manage roads, bridges, airports, parks, public buildings and many others. The book also covers information management, decision support systems including cloud storage. The book contains numerous examples and case studies that demonstrate the practical applications of concepts.
|2. “Infrastructure Engineering and Management” by Grigg N
Book Review: This book focuses on the solving of large scale and complex problems that must be overcome when dealing with the engineering and management of major infrastructure projects. The book addresses infrastructure systems like roads, streets, transportation services, water and wastewater systems, waste management, buildings, structures and energy facilities. The book also carries out the analysis of key subjects related to technology, management, planning, programming, budgeting, finance, operations, maintenance, project management and many more.
|3. “Modern Pavement Management” by Haas, Ralph, Ronald Hudson, and John Zaniewski
Book Review: This book stresses on the process of pavement management and covers chapters of data acquisition and evaluation, network level priority programming and project level design. The book also contains examples of working systems thereby providing guidance for implementation. The book covers the concepts of sustainability, asset management, prioritization, optimization, off the shelf providers, asset management system implementation and its advantages and many more.
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