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MaineDOT Asset Management - Highways
Below is MaineDOT's methodology to provide a fair, structured framework to prioritize programs and projects. There are two parts - the Highway Corridor Priority (HCP), and the Customer Service Level (CSL).
See the glossary for the descriptions of each level in the priorities.
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Highway Corridor Priority (HCP)
The first part of the method, the Highway Corridor Priority (HCP), categorizes our highway assets into six levels of priorities.
Customer Service Level (CSL)
The second part of the method is determining the Customer Service Level (CSL) that measures MaineDOT managed highway assets (Priority 1-5) in three areas. The CSL uses customer-focused engineering measures to track highway (1) Safety, (2) Condition and (3) Serviceability, and grades them similar to a report card (A – F). The table below lists the individual measures that make up the overall service level grade.
NOTE: Click on column title to view in map viewer.
CSL Mileage Summary
Highway Corridor Priority and Customer Service levels are overlaid to show an aggregated state-wide view of the different priority roads with their corresponding service levels. Percentages do not reflect highway assets not managed by MaineDOT. The data below reflects the 2012 inventory.
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