Identification and evaluation of transportation assets through various methods such as automated, autonomous, or manual means is a growing field. Roadway assets are important parts of the physical infrastructure that make up our transportation network, and allow for safe and efficient travel and movement of goods. Although most commonly associated with pavement and bridges, assets also include the features and appurtenances along or in the travel way that provide users the information and ability to navigate safely, efficiently, and easily while traveling. Thus, decisions associated with maintaining, replacing, adding, and removing transportation assets are paramount to the sustainability, cost-effectiveness, and overall satisfaction of highways, railways, airways, and waterways.


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