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6 a) Residual asset value (equivalent overlay concept to restore pavement life) In New Zealand, Transit (their road agency) measure their residual asset value by measuring how much is needed to restore it. They refer to a normalised or equivalent overlay material rehabilitation procedure of total tonnage of gravel overlay required to restore the pavement to an agreed design life. Deflection measurements on the road network is used as basis of this simplified calculation. Only maximum deflection and radius of curvature are used as indicators. The technical basis of this measure is: The cost of the pavement overlays is equivalent to the cost of rehabilitation; The agreed design life is equivalent to the concept of as new in the value definition; The cost of placement of overlays is a constant in this application; Established procedures are available to convert deflection and curvature measurements to overlay thickness; Calibration of the measure to account for future changes in measurement technology or design procedures are relatively simple; and The concept is intuitive and technically sound This approach can be converted to SA practice by converting to asphalt mix overlay instead of gravel as the latter can be confused with gravel streets. A better use of deflection bowl information is possible by typically using deflection basin parameters, such as Surface Layer Index (SLI), Middle Layer Index (MLI) and Lower Layer Index (LLI) and their remaining life relationships for various types of roads. The concept of Odemark s Equivalent Layer Thickness (ELT) (Horak, Maree and van Wijk,1989). Theory can additionally be used in similar fashion to the gravel overlay method described above. The assumption is that deflection measurements will need to be done on all roads. Cost limitations may temper this need to a hybrid approach for the lower level roads. It is standard practice nowadays to do deflection surveys with the Falling Weight Deflectometer (FWD), but the Transportek Deflectometer (previously known as the La Croix) can also be used even though confidence in the structural evaluations may be lower. This overlay to restore pavement life approach makes virtually exclusive use of deflection measurements. It is basically a structural evaluation which could be supplemented by other means. It is suggested that if it be accepted, that the following approach be followed as summarised in Table II. Table II: Suggested Deflection Survey Methodology Road Survey methodology clustering* Major Routes FWD typically at 200m intervals per lane plus visual surveys Urban streets Deflectograph on the primary streets only or FWD with statistical sampling per length of road type. In both cases use other instruments like the DCP to supplement information where measurement methodology is applicable. Visual surveys are standard. Gravel streets Visual surveys, DCP, material sampling and profiling. As described in Table I. b) PMS inventory and condition related asset value This approach determines a financial asset value by using PMS information to calculate asset value. Typically a road in a Very Good condition has a value equivalent to the actual replacement value. A road in a condition less than Very Good has a value equivalent to the replacement value less the cost to improve the road to a Very Good condition and is assumed to be a percentage of the replacement cost.

7 This simplified approach make a lot of assumptions which may be flawed and is the reason for this KPI being unsatisfactory to use on its own in a contractual situation where performance must be measured. One of the assumptions is that visual condition surveys alone can be used for this approach. The major problem is however that fresh road surfacings can mask or obscure real structural problems, with significant impact on repairs and maintenance needs. The maintenance neglect of the recent past may help to obscure or confuse asset preservation with pure operational maintenance aspects. Typically a pothole in a basic access street may have forced an overlay versus a preventative maintenance overlay of a structurally worse access street, but without a pothole at present. However this is a simple KPI which is a good measure of the visual appearance. It may be used in combination with the residual life approach to have two KPIs for asset management. This is the most desirable situation for the major roads, but the amount of work required to maintain such a KPI system may preclude the use of this combined approach for the less important roads. The PMS based simplified approach may be used on its own for the less important roads provided reliance is placed on structural evaluation coupled with visual surveys of the condition of roads, though. It is therefore a matter of level of acceptable risk or confidence in the results from the surveys which will require various levels of structural evaluation as basis for the calculations. The same approach suggested in Table II would therefore be suggested to handle this aspect. c) The South African Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) approach The financial method to determine replacement value is to use depreciation (such as straight line) over the life period determined. However, road engineers know that this is not a true reflection of the deterioration of road structural layers and tend to use structural deterioration curves based on PMS condition data. The replacement value of the road foundation (bed) and the structural layers is calculated by the South African National Roads Agency (Ltd) (SANRAL) (Kannemeyer, 2000) using a mixture of financial straight line depreciation and engineering deterioration trends as shown in figure 1 below. The depreciation period for the road bed in this case is 50 years and for the structural layers 25 years. Replacement Value Maintenance Actions (Opex) Roadbed Layers a b Reinstatement of Pavement Layers (CAPEX) c d Straight-Line Depreciation of Roadbed (50 Years) Pavement Life in Years Asset Value (Year 11) = a + b Asset Value (Year 21) = c + d Figure 1: SANRAL method of road asset value calculation.

8 The replacement value would need periodic inflationary adjustment. Figure 2 conceptually indicate how this is done by SANRAL( Kannemeyer, 2000). There are a number of issues that this approach raises including reconciling the differences between the accounting and the engineering approaches. In addition, different to a rural road situation, in the urban environment the road or street asset value is directly and indirectly influenced by the other peripheral road asset elements described before. It is therefore suggested that a secondary adjustment would be needed to the primary asset replacement value described above. This is conceptually shown in the three tables to follow. Replacement Value of Road Pavement Layers Roadbed Inflationary Adjustment Asset Value in 1990 Rands Pavement Layers Roadbed Asset Value in 1999 Rands 1990 Time 1999 Figure 2: Inflationary adjustment to replacement value Table III: Asset Cluster Element of Road foundation and road reserve Primary asset value determination Secondary adjustment of asset value Final asset value Value of asset is determined by valuers relating it to structural elements and property valuations Bridge and culvert structures should be seen as part of this asset value grouping Inventory recorded in GIS, PMS and BMS Assign present value/worth to it Adjust value over time based on property values in township at regular intervals. Adjust value upwards in case of typical urban renewal schemes Adjust value downwards in the case of road closure or pedestrianisation, etc. This value will be written off over a 50-year period.

9 Table IV: Asset Cluster Element of Structural layers Primary asset value Secondary adjustment of determination asset value Inventory of present day replacement value of structural layers determines initial value. PMS determined visual and instrument structural evaluation determines present condition. This is expressed in VCI or RPL terms. Bridge and culvert condition assessment via the BMS must be factored in a combined VCI or RPL Depreciate based on condition index and/or structural evaluation. Depreciate street sections based on destructive interference of utilities, storm water or malfunctioning bridges and culverts. Appreciate in case of maintenance, rehab, reworking or new construction and improvement works. Final asset value Present day adjustment of value based on primary asset value and time related condition adjustments. Table V: Asset Cluster Element of Surfacing Primary asset value Secondary adjustment of determination asset value As built construction cost information Depreciate in the case of maintenance related malfunctioning of typically storm water inlets. Inflate or deflate value based on other maintenance and resurfacing actions Final asset value Present day adjustment of value based on primary asset value and time related condition adjustments. Note: Gravel streets are handled as described previously 5. CAUTIONARY NOTES It is clear that if an asset value is used as KPI that the deterioration of the road infrastructure over time needs to be defined and described in specific terms to lower the risk of an accurate overall asset value. It is clear that the level and sophistication of the PMS selected for use by the JRA will have a crucial role and effect on the level of objectivity obtainable. This risk associated with the level of PMS used is demonstrated conceptually in Figure 3. Before the tolerances of a KPI are selected, the level of PMS would need to be addressed first. The tolerances need to be fixed rather rigorously as this will be used in a contractual situation. Therefore the sensitivity and limits need to be determined beforehand. The costs of maintenance neglect over the past few years ideally also need to be calculated as it may pull an asset related KPI into the operational and productivity level and mix concepts. Typically a PMS under ideal circumstances focuses on preventative maintenance and asset preservation. When maintenance backlogs exist, maintenance activities drift into operational routine and even emergency stopgap measures. This invariably lowers the general current value of the road infrastructure asset. Typically resurfacings done under such circumstances tend to temporarily mask structural problems. An attempt should therefore be made to quantify this cost of neglect via a proper commissioning survey and baseline analysis.

10 Low Data Survey Cost High High Low Confidence Risk Low Visual Visual Structural Alone & Various Structural indicators Level of survey used High FIGURE 3. Conceptual risk, confidence and cost of asset survey level There are certain purely routine maintenance activities, normally associated with operational type KPIs, which can have a direct impact on the asset value determination or residual value. Typically the operational activity of storm water inlet cleaning can accelerate traffic related deterioration of a street in the urban environment more than on a rural road. It is therefore important that the operational KPIs are also determined in parallel with the asset value KPIs in order to create linkages. The impact of the condition and functioning of the peripheral road asset elements cannot be denied and would need proper quantification. Typically such separate asset management systems (BMS, SWMS and FVMS) are not fully functional and have typically not been integrated yet via a GIS. These systems will probably operate independently for the time being. Nevertheless the output from these systems would need to be converted and factored or weighted into the primary functional system outputs, the PMS. This can probably be handled via a phased approach of upgrading and increase in accuracy. Typically a gut feel link can be established which can be upgraded via further development and research in due course. The ability of the JRA to maintain the road network to an agreed condition or maintain it to an agreed asset value is directly dependant on a guaranteed road operational budget. It is imperative that a sensitivity analysis be done on the road network for various budget scenarios to indicate the impact on the road network over time. Most of the better model PMSs can do such a sensitivity analysis. Based on this analysis a budget value should be agreed and guaranteed by the GJMC in order to ensure the JRA would be in a position to fulfil its contractual obligations. Any savings that JRA register should typically be reinvested in the upgrading of the road network and encouraged by the GJMC to ensure commitment to asset improvement.

12 Olivier P, Horak E, Ullidtz P, Briggs RC and van Zyl GD (1995). Innovative pavement management system for Johannesburg s motorways. Paper prepared for presentation and publication at the 1995 Annual Transportation Convention, July 1995, Pretoria. Otto S and Ariaratnam ST (1999). Guidelines for Developing Performance Measures in Highway Maintenance Operations. Journal of Transportation Engineering, January/February 2000, Washington, USA.

13 APPENDIX ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET ELEMENTS Asset element Inventory information source Road surfacing PMS inventory and condition rating Surfacing program MMS Wayleaves system Pavement Structural Layers Road Foundation GIS As built information PMS GIS GIS PMS inventory Town planning records Road Reserve GIS FVMS Parks management system Bridges and Culverts Stormwater facilities BMS PMS GIS SWMS SWMS PMS GIS Expending factors Typical life-span Public perspective Traffic Environment Trenching of utilities Traffic Environment Trenching of utilities Environment Geological problem areas such as clays, marshes and bad subsurface drainage Limited traffic effect Trenching Leaking water, sewerage, etc. Traffic Environment Inlet blockages due to bad maintenance Road foundation deformations Traffic Surfacing seals typically 5 to 10 years Premix overlays typically 10 to 15 years 30 to 40 years in urban setting Theoretically 50 years. Practically for as long as town exists (Jhb already celebrated it s a 100 years of existence) Theoretically 50 years Practically 10 to 20 years Theoretically 25 to 40 years Practically 50 to 100 years Theoretically 25 to 40 years Reality is 50 years plus Smoothness of ride (riding quality) Safety (Skid resistance) Visual impression of lack of potholes and patching Unaware of this element Rehab, reworking and trenching creates inconvenience Unaware Rehab, reworking and trenching creates inconvenience Visual impressions of motorists of aesthetics and general cleanliness. Pedestrian awareness high Joint problems Depressions at bridge approaches Severe problems when bridge or culvert is closed Unaware in general When roads are flooded due to various reasons during storms Wash-aways Under-ground utilities GIS Wayleave system Maintenance and rehab activities Bursts (e.g. water, gas, sewerage) causes subsidence Depending on utility it can vary between 20 and 50 years. Use average value of 40 years. Unaware in general Cause severe frustration when repairs causes traffic inconvenience

14 KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT BY A ROADS AGENCY IN A LARGE LOCAL AUTHORITY Prof E HORAK, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Pretoria Prof S EMERY, Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental, University of the Witwatersrand A AGAIENZ, Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council/Johannesburg Roads Agency CV of Prof Emile Horak 1. Currently head of the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Pretoria. 2. Started career at Transportek, CSIR where 14 years were spent in roads and transport related research and management, particularly with accelerated roads testing 3. Was Executive Director of the Roads and Works directorate of Johannesburg City Council as well as Head of service delivery of the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council. 4. Spent time with Murray and Roberts Contractors, Tolcon and Technicon SA.

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