Data Integration: The Michigan Experience
Office of Asset Management, Federal Highway Administration, 2003 - Transportation - 16 pages
The 1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act provided the impetus for what was to become a comprehensive redesign of MDOT's business practices within an asset management framework, with data management a key requirement for the decision-making process. To support improved decision making, MDOT began its data integration effort by building the transportation management system (TMS). With TMS, the department migrated key planning, programming and project delivery data from the mainframe to a more user-friendly environment.
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