Asset management of pedestrian and bicycle ways

Hyva vaylaomaisuuden hallinta kevyen liikenteen vaylilla VOH 2.16

Road management in pedestrian and bicycle paths is set to be risen equal with the road network according to policies of the road management. Nowadays, there are contradictory practices among the road districts because of lack of administration and identical policies of the road management. The object of this work is to asses different ways, how to achieve goals to be set and write down all the material for the source material of compilation of new policies of the bicycle path management. There are several shortages among data of bicycle paths, for example width, pavement type and age is missing. particular questions to be solved, in developing bicycle path management are how to take customer orientation and user aspects more into use in bicycle path maintenance and management. One way is to proceed toward usage of functional quality requirements based more on customers' needs and expectations. Taking customer aspects increasingly into use in maintenance and management sets a lot of new needs for the road administrator. Geographical information based data will have to be taken increasingly into use in bicycle path maintenance and management. The most important data is Digiroad data and all data that makes possible and easier to evaluate amount of users and user classes on the network. From the a point of view of users it is important to get specified such criteria and a quality requirements that describe the best way the quality of service through the whole network entity. Classification of significance of bicycle paths is used for comparing and putting bicycle paths in order according their significance.It is important entity to take into account developing and modernizing projects of data and data management systems (eProjektit) during the last years of this decade. This report may be found at


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  • Accession Number: 01043666
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: TRL
  • ISBN: 978-951-803-773-9
  • Files: ITRD
  • Created Date: Mar 9 2007 8:06AM