Unkefer D.,Resource Center |
Petros K.,FHWAs Office of Infrastructure Research and Development |
Cawley B.,FHWAs Office of Infrastructure |
Sindlinger A.,Public Roads
Public Roads | Year: 2016
Civil Integrated Management is driving highway construction and transportation asset management into the digital age, while improving the consistency and efficiency of project delivery. Transportation agencies have made it a priority to adopt innovations to increase the efficiency of project delivery, saving time and money, while reducing traffic congestion on affected highways. Civil Integrated Management (CIM) is helping transportation agencies to achieve these objectives. CIM is the technology-enabled collection, organization, managed accessibility, and use of accurate data and information throughout the life cycle of a transportation asset.