In nut shell, our philosophy is based on this simple principal:
Preserving your good roads will help you generate funds within your asset management plan, to fix the bad ones. Extending the lives of your roads will allow a road asset manager to defer the expected rehabilitation costs into the future.
What you do with that money is up to you. You can fix roads that are badly in need of repair, or you can build reserves for other infrastructure projects.
We believe that we can help build better communities, by reducing the costs of maintaining road networks.
Could you save enough on roads to build a new park, or help beautify your waterfront? We think the answer is yes. But you need to begin somewhere.
The following A/C analysis may help you change your own philosophy, when it comes to roads.