Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions are key component of the Transit Asset Management Plans (TAMP). The FTA in 2012 created the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) mandate to develop a rule to establish a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining and improving public transportation capital assets effectively through their entire life cycle. TAMP provides a business model and framework that helps classify and document condition of transit assets, in order to achieve or maintain transit networks in a state of good repair (SGR).
Our team has extensive experience supporting public sector agencies of all sizes with their EAM and other technology implementations. Our team has hands-on experience with a wide variety of EAM solutions including Trapeze Assetworks, ABB Ellipse, Infor, Bentley, IBM Maximo, SAP, Oracle, MIMS, FTA Termlite, Work Day and others.
Niti consultants supported New York MTA on an asset management project implementation for 6 agencies including Department of Buses, Department of Subways, Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), Metro North Railroad (MNR), Bridges and Tunnels and MTA Headquarter. The scope was to integrate asset management systems across all five agencies, deploy an integrated asset management solution and create common business processes.
Our team performed an assessment of the Transit Asset Management (TAM) needs, State of Good Repair (SGR) and ISO 55000 Draft International Standards for Asset Management at GRTA. Subsequent to that our team helped the agency implement a TAM solution along with the SGR database.