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Continue to adopt best practices in asset management

DOT will continue to update legacy computer systems to better support asset management. The agency will roll out its Sign Information Management System (SIMS) for street signs, complete development of its new bridge asset management system, and develop an asset management system for roadways, sidewalks, and pedestrian ramps.

Strategic Plan 2016 Initiative

4.1.2

Related OneNYC Initiative

1.7.3

Short-Term Milestones (by end of 2017)

Status

Update Description

DOT will roll out its new Sign Information Management System (SIMS) for street signs.

Completed

DOT's Sign Information Management System (SIMS) successfully launched in early June 2017, and was recognized by the Center for Digital Government as the “Best of New York” for an app serving an agency’s internal business needs. DOT is already planning to further improve the system and expand its use for other DOT customers.

DOT will complete development of its new bridge asset management system.

In Progress

DOT is exploring options for a new bridge asset management system, which will begin procurement in 2018.

DOT will continue development of a new asset management system for asphalt street surfaces, sidewalks, and pedestrian ramps.

Completed

In 2017, DOT launched PavementWorks, a new asset management system to replace a number of older legacy programs and allow the agency to better manage its assets. The agency continues to review what asset management system is best for resources not included in PavementWorks. 

DOT will create a map of all street furniture and other amenities on City sidewalks.

In Progress

Using geo-spatial data on street furniture and other amenities on City sidewalks, DOT is in the process of producing maps that will aid the agency in its day to day operations, planning and maintenance.  

Medium-Term Milestones (by end of 2021)

Status

Update Description

DOT will complete development of a new asset management system for asphalt street surfaces, sidewalks, and pedestrian ramps.

DOT will advance development of additional asset management systems, as needed.