2014 - Namibia - Integrated Asset Management System
The Namibian Road Management System (RMS) has been in existence since the late 1980’s and can be used not only as a model for Africa and developing countries, but for the international community as well. Namibia went through a major road sector restructuring process for the Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications (MWTC) to form three new entities: the Roads Authority (RA), Road Fund Administration (RFA), and Roads Contractor Company (RCC). The RMS was included in the Roads Authority Act and plays a vital role in managing the countries road
network. This paper will look at how the RMS of Namibia was developed and is being used in contributing to the management of the road network consisting of 45,645 km. Experiences gained from the strategic output of the World Bank’s model (HDM-4) and the integration of the model with the RMS are also evaluated.
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