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Long-Term Infrastructure Program Letter Report: January 30, 2019 (2019)

Chapter: Attachment B: Meeting Agenda

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Suggested Citation:"Attachment B: Meeting Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Long-Term Infrastructure Program Letter Report: January 30, 2019. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25377.
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12 Attachment B: Meeting Agenda TRB LTIP Committee Meeting November 28–29, 2018 Keck Center Room 206 The purpose of this meeting is to update committee members on the current and future activities of the Long-Term Bridge Performance (LTBP) and Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) programs, and receive feedback on FHWA’s goals for its investment in the Long-Term Infrastructure Performance (LTIP) program. November 28, 2018 8:30 AM Closed Session: Update Committee on Potential Sources of Bias and Conflict 9:25 Open Session 9:30 Welcome to FHWA staff Tom Sorel Introductions 9:40 FHWA Update Cheryl Richter Information 9:55 LTPP and LTBP Program Update Jean Nehme Information 10:10 Break 10:30 LTIP Strategic Plan Nehme brief presentation Discussion 10:50 LTBP and LTPP Data Collection FHWA brief presentation Discussion 11:50 Lunch in Cafeteria 12:50 PM InfoPave™ and InfoBridge™ Update FHWA brief presentation Discussion 1:10 InfoPave™ and InfoBridge™ Demo FHWA demonstration Discussion 2:10 LTIP Communication and Outreach FHWA brief presentation Discussion 2:30 Break 2:50 NCHRP and Pooled-Fund Projects FHWA presentation Information 3:20 Advanced Research Studies FHWA brief presentation Discussion 3:50 Expert Task Group Reports Bruce Johnson, Information Rebecca McDaniel 4:20 Timing of Future ETG Meetings Nehme Discussion 4:30 Closed Session Committee Deliberations 5:30 Adjourn Meeting November 29, 2018 8:30 AM Committee Discussion Items Sorel Discussion 10:00 Break 10:20 Closed Session Sorel Deliberations 11:30 Open Session Discussion Sorel Discussion Noon FHWA Responses Nehme Discussion 12:30 PM Adjourn Meeting

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TRB's Committee for the Review of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Infrastructure R&D Program has issued its annual letter report on FHWA’s Long-Term Infrastructure Program (LTIP). The LTIP includes FHWA’s Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) and Long-Term Bridge Performance (LTBP) Programs. In this report, the committee notes important accomplishments of the LTIP during 2018, including the development of a strategic plan for the LTIP, re-initiation of LTPP data collection, and development of an enhanced portal to FHWA’s bridge data, InfoBridge™. The committee’s report stresses the importance of LTPP and LTBP data for developing improved deterioration models that state Departments of Transportation need to meet federal asset management requirements. The committee’s findings and recommendations urge the LTIP to accelerate collection of bridge deck condition data from the field and to begin planning for collection of data on other bridge components, including through accelerated laboratory testing. The committee also recommends actions to strengthen awareness of, and support for, the LTIP moving forward.

The charge to the committee is to “advise the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Infrastructure R&D Program regarding priorities in terms of the technical tools and products that state departments of transportation need to maintain and improve the performance of their pavements, bridges, and other structures.” The committee was established to provide an ongoing review of the LTIP based on annual meetings with FHWA staff and stakeholders.

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