From the Secretary


Cover of the Florida Transportation Asset Management Plan

Florida has a well-established history of maintaining our highways and bridges. We consistently rank at or near the top in state rankings for infrastructure condition. In 2014, 93% of the pavements on the State Highway System (SHS) were in good or excellent condition. More than 99% of our bridges on the SHS have no posted weight restrictions.

Florida consistently makes sound investment decisions to protect our transportation system. Our statutory guidance to maintain pavement and bridge condition, coupled with good use of analytical tools and formal policies allow the state to support investment decisions and continue meeting targets for performance and infrastructure condition.

Secretary Jim Boxold




The Florida Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) provides direction and an explanation of the processes and policies affecting pavement and bridge condition and performance in the State. Transportation Asset Management is typically defined as a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, and improving physical assets effectively throughout their lifecycle. It focuses on business, economics, and engineering practices for resource allocation, project selection, and utilization, with the objective of informing decision making based upon quality information and well-defined objectives.

Additional Information


A series of technical memoranda were prepared in the development of the TAMP. A Technical Report summarizes the technical memoranda. It contains sections on Performance Gap Analysis, Risk Management and Mitigation, Detailed Process Information, Systemwide Valuation and TAMP Governance and Principles.