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Analysis of Evaluation Indicators for Service Performance of Roads/Bridges

Kyonghoon Kim and Taeil Park
Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building/Construction Policy Research Division, Ilsan, Korea

Abstract—In Korea, the number of bridges increases by 4.2% every year. The percentage of bridges that have been built 20 years ago is approximately 20% of all bridges. For safe and efficient management of bridges, whose number is on the rise, an objective evaluation of facilities to be managed is required. This study was intended to develop an evaluation model in terms of service performance. For this purpose, service performance factors were determined from previous literatures and consultations with experts from various fields. Importance of each evaluation indicator was calculated by reflecting opinions of experts from various fields through questionnaires.
Index Terms—infrastructure, evaluation, service performance, AHP analysis

Cite: Kyonghoon Kim and Taeil Park, "Analysis of Evaluation Indicators for Service Performance of Roads/Bridges," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 212-215, August 2016. doi: 10.18178/ijscer.5.3.212-215