Enhancing the GDOT’s Maintenance Decision Trees Considering the Effectiveness of Various Treatment Options in Different Geographical Locations and Over Time.

The objective of this study is to enhance the GDOT’s maintenance decision trees through the following: (1) empirically analyzing the effectiveness of various treatment options in different geographical locations and climate conditions across the state; (2) improving lifecycle cost estimates for the treatment options; and (3) conducting tradeoff analysis among various maintenance strategies, in order to determine the optimal strategy that can be implemented over time.