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Suggested Citation:"Overview of Conference Tracks." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Proceedings of the 12th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25431.
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10 Overview of Conference Tracks The breakout sessions featured a total of 30 different sessions organized by technical track in collaboration with the transit and resilience cross-cutting teams. Each of the tracks sponsored at least five sessions, with at least one session being a discussion. In some cases, sessions were co-sponsored by two tracks if the presentations covered topics of interest to both groups. For the purposes of this report, the session material is organized by track. Following the session are key takeaways suggested by the recorders who took notes during the conference sessions. The session overviews are almost exclusively based on the information provided by the session recorders, whose efforts are very much appreciated.

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TRB’s Conference Proceedings on the Web 25: Proceedings of the 12th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management is a compilation of the presentations and summary of the ensuing discussions at a July 14–15, 2018, meeting held in San Diego, California.

During the meeting, attendees explored the development of integrated investment decisions within an uncertain financial planning environment; and the development and implementation of data systems, best practices in data collection, methods used to estimate the expected return on investment, and strategies for communicating results.

The meeting also addressed best practices and lessons learned from Transit Asset Management (TAM) implementation efforts; offered a forum for the sharing of organizational transformations and key strategies for building an effective TAM workforce; and explored the development and maturation of agency transportation asset management plans (TAMPs).

The structure of the program also ensured that transit and risk and resilience were included in the areas of exploration during the meeting.

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