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Sustainable pavement management as a business practice is about facilitating pavement investment trade-offs considering the triple bottom line of sustainability during the design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of pavements. This chapter discusses the basic principles of pavement management and the changes necessary to help pavement manager make more sustainable decisions. It discusses the various levels of pavement management decisions, the importance of pavement management as a key asset management business process, and the data needed to support the various levels of analysis. A more sustainable decision-making pro-cess requires tools for analyzing the economic, environmental, and social impacts, as well as for comparing the pavement investment trade-offs. The chapter reviews some of these tools, provides guidelines for incorporating sustainability into the various levels pavement management decision making, and recommendations for making pavement management systems sustainable within an organization.
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