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27 REFERENCES 1. “Improving Transportation Investment Decisions,” Fed- eral Highway Administration (FHWA), Washington, D.C., updated Aug. 2015 [Online]. Available: http:// www.fhwa.dot.gov/infrastructure/asstmgmt/lccafact. cfm. 2. American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) and Eno Center for Transportation, Maximizing the Value of Investment Using Life Cycle Cost Analysis, ASCE, Res- ton, Va., 2014. 3. Rangaraju, P. R., S. Amirkhanian, and Z. Guven, Life Cycle Cost Analysis for Pavement Type Selection, FHWA, South Carolina Department of Transportation, Clemson, Apr. 25, 2008. 4. Al-Wazeer, A., B. Harris, and C. Nutakor, “Applying LCCA to Bridges,” Public Roads, Vol. 69, No. 3 Nov./ Dec. 2005. 5. Office of Asset Management, Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Primer, FHWA, Washington, D.C., 2002. 6. CTC & Associates LLC, Using Life Cycle Cost Analysis in Highway Project Development, Caltrans Division of Research and Innovation, Sacramento, 2011. 7. Hallin, J., NCHRP 703: Guide to Pavement-Type Selec- tion, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2011. 8. Changmo, K., L. Eul-Bum, and J. Harvey, Enhancement of Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Tool: RealCost California Customization, Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers, Washington, D.C., Jan. 2012. 9. Changmo, K., et al., “Automated Sequence Selection and Cost Calculation for Maintenance and Rehabilitation in Highway Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA),” Interna- tional Journal of Transportation Science and Technol- ogy, Vol. 4, 2015. 10. Lamptey, G., et al., Life Cycle Cost Analysis for INDOT Pavement Design Procedures, FHWA//IN/JTRP-2004/28, Joint Transportation Research Program, Purdue Univer- sity, Indianapolis, and Indiana Department of Transporta- tion, West Lafayette, 2005. 11. Morcous, G., Life-Cycle Assessment of Nebraska Bridges, Nebraska Department of Roads, Lincoln, 2013. 12. Pierce, L. and G. McGovern, NCHRP Highway Synthe- sis 457: Implementation of the AASHTO Mechanistic- Emperical Pavement Design Guide and Software, Transportation Research Board of the National Acade- mies, Washington, D.C., 2014. 13. Wang, K., J. Li, and C. Cheng, Traffic and Data Prepa- ration for AASHTO DARWin-ME Analysis and Design, Louisiana Transportation Research Center, Baton Rouge, 2015. 14. Ehlen, M.A., BridgeLCC 2.0 Users Manual: Life-Cycle Costing Software for the Preliminary Design of Bridges, NIST-GCR-03-853, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md., 2003. 15. Hawk, H., NCHRP Report 483: Bridge Life-Cycle Cost Analysis, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2003. 16. Chase, S., Virginia Bridge Inventory Systems Labora- tory, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, Charlottesville, 2014. 17. Sabnajo, J. O. and P. D. Thompson, Enhancement of the FDOT’s Project Level and Network Level Bridge Man- agement Analysis Tools, State Maintenance Office, Flor- ida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee, Feb. 2011. 18. Zilay, R. and J. Fisher, Maintenance Life Cycle Cost Analysis Findings and Recommendations, 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Wash- ington, D.C., Jan. 2013. 19. Karim, H., R. Magnusson, and K. Natanaelsson, “Life- Cycle Cost Analyses for Road Barriers,” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 138, No. 7, July 7, 2012, pp. 830–851. 20. Wyrick, D.A. and S. Erquicia, Fleet Asset Life Cycle Costing with Intelligent Vehicles, Intelligent Transporta- tion Systems Institute, Center for Transportation Stud- ies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2008. 21. Salem, O., J. Chen, and B. Salman, Enhancing TSM&O Strategies Through Life Cycle Benefit/Cost Analysis, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C., 2015. 22. Gschösser, F. and H. Wallbaum, Life Cycle Assessment of Representative Swiss Road Pavements for National Roads with an Accompanying Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Vol. 47, No. 15, 2013, pp. 8453–8461. 23. Santos J. and A. Ferreria, “Life-Cycle Cost Analysis System for Pavement Management at Project Level,” International Journal of Pavement Engineering, Vol. 14, Jan. 2013, pp. 71–84. 24. Singh, D. and R.L.K. Thiong, “Development of Life Cycle Cost Framework for Highway Bridges in Myan- mar,” International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 23, 2005, pp. 37–44.

28 25. Amini, A., M. Mashayekhi, H. Ziari, and S. Nobakht, “Life Cycle Cost Comparison of Highways with Perpet- ual and Conventional Pavements,” International Journal of Pavement Engineering, Vol. 16, 2011, pp. 553–568. 26. Zavitski, J.L., et al., Good Roads Cost Less: 2006 Study Update, Utah Department of Transportation, Salt Lake City, 2006. 27. Utah Department of Tranportation (UDOT), Pavement Asset Management, UDOT, Salt Lake City [Online]. Available: https://www.udot.utah.gov/public/ucon/ uconowner.gf?n=8132902110162772. 28. Sobanjo, P., D. Thompson, and O. John, Project Level Analysis Tool, State Maintenance Office, Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee, Mar. 2004. 29. Washington State Department of Transportation, Olympia [Online]. Available: http://www.wsdot.wa. gov/NR/rdonlyres /7D456546-705F-4591-AC5B- 7E0D87D15543/78408/UnstableSlopeFinaFolio WEBSMALL.pdf.

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 494: Life-Cycle Cost Analysis for Management of Highway Assets documents the state of the practice of life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) and risk-based analysis into state highway agencies' asset management plans for pavements and bridges on the National Highway System. The objective of this project was to develop an inventory of quantitative asset-level, project-level, or corridor-level processes and models for predicting life-cycle costs associated with the preservation and replacement of highway assets. The report includes a literature review, a survey of highway agencies, and case studies that document specific highway agency experiences with LCCA.

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