The guide identifies best practices and barriers for sidewalk/ shared use path maintenance: what works and what does not work based on experience from State and local agencies. The guide also provides examples and experiences from jurisdictions that have developed effective policies for selecting and maintaining pedestrian facilities in terms of responsibilities, enforcement, allocation of costs, and related issues.
This guide is a compendium of the work of the Commission on Partnering convened in 1995 by the American Arbitration Association's Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Task Force (DART) of the construction industry.
Contracts Central brings together families of contract forms and supporting documents that are used by over 500,000 professionals delivering facilities and civil infrastructure for public and private owners. Administered by the American Council of Engineering Companies.
The Construction Practices Subcommittee was asked by the UPROW Committee to research available documents related to excavation and trenching standards and to identify good examples. This report documents the process the subcommittee followed to gather the information, assess and evaluate the data and the results of our findings.
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Federal Highway Administration Work Zone Safety Program web site. Visitors to this site can download a Guide Book of Best Management Practices for work zone traffic management; Fact Sheets outlining exceptional work zone safety and information programs; and software to analyze the impact of alternative work zone management techniques.
The research report includes a literature review, review of local maintenance programs including discussions with 50 municipalities and state agencies, and an overall assessment of the current practice of pedestrian facility maintenance.