The Planning/Asset Management Division provides the highest quality information and analyses, in the most efficient and timely manner supported by the available resources. The Division does this through data collection, data management, and analysis.
This Section is responsible for the management and production of numerous cartographic products including static maps and data-query or analysis visual reports.
This Section is responsible for the management of all data systems used in the Division and to assist all division sections with the analysis, GIS display, and reporting of such data.
This Section is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and distributing state highway pavement condition and profile data needed to provide Districts, Divisions and Executive Office with strategic highway system recommendations.
This Section is responsible for developing and implementing the Governor’s Statewide Long Range Transportation Plan, State Rail Plan, rail loan programs, rail crossing programs, annual state Planning and Research Program, special studies and reports, development of new programs, applying for discretionary grants; establishing and maintaining a network of contacts with other state and provincial DOTs, state, federal, tribal and local governments and agencies, and supporting the activities of other NDDOT Divisions.n
The primary role of this Section is to develop, maintain, and implement the processes for collecting and forecasting traffic volumes, or more specifically providing a count of the number of vehicles using a roadway – also known as the Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT). AADT is used by designers to develop pavement type and thickness for construction projects. The AADT also allows NDDOT to perform long range planning in the areas of construction and maintenance project design, use and deployment of resources. This Section collects pedestrian and bicycle counts at intersections, vehicle speed, vehicle type and class, and weigh in motion data.
The Programming Division is responsible for coordinating the development of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, managing federal funds, implementing the Department’s scoping process, and completing traffic operations activities.
These responsibilities include a system wide perspective as well as project level involvement from early project inception through to project completion.