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8th Southern California StreetSaver User Seminar - November 6

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (PST)

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The 8th Southern California StreetSaver User Seminar will cover topics:

November 6:
Development of a regional pavement management program by the Southern California Association of Governments, OCTA's new Pavement Inspector Prequalification Program, City of Corona's PMS success story, how to ensure quality data from your consultant, and set good performance targets. We will also teach you how to write an effective RFP/RFQ for your pavement management program.

This 2-day event (separate registration for November 7) is open to all local agencies and consultants, as well as StreetSaver users who want to learn the latest development in pavement management in their county/region, and learn what StreetSaver can offer.  

Lunch is on us!

Come join us for a fun and interactive seminar. 

Have questions about 8th Southern California StreetSaver User Seminar - November 6? Contact Metropolitan Transportation Commission

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Atrium Hotel Orange County Airport
18700 MacArthur Blvd
Irvine, CA 92612

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (PST)


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Metropolitan Transportation Commission

MTC is the developer of the StreetSaver® pavement management software with more than 400 users nationwide, consisting predominantly of cities and counties; MTC also uses the software to perform regional street and road needs assessments for the 109 cities and counties in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2008, StreetSaver® has been used exclusively to perform the California local street and road statewide needs assessment. The statewide assessment is used to inform the Governor and Legislature of the critical funding shortfall for maintaining local streets and roads, and the consequences of deferring or reducing transportation funds for cities and counties. 

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