Maintaining well-functioning transportation infrastructure requires regular monitoring and data collection. Given that roads, culverts, sidewalks, and other types of infrastructure can be widely distributed throughout a municipality’s jurisdiction, tracking asset conditions can pose a substantial challenge. SWRPC can provide technical assistance on a range of asset management issues, helping communities plan for future maintenance and improvements. SWRPC and the other NH regional planning commissions have a partnership with the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) and the University of New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center (UNHT2) to conduct best practices asset management through what is called the Statewide Asset Data Exchange System (SADES). SWRPC member communities are assisted on a first come first served basis as resources are available. A local match is typically required. Our current asset management-related activities and services are described below.