Lean is a compilation of world class practices that aims to reduce the activities in a process until only the minimum amount is left. Lean principles and tools are used to eliminate wasteful activities that do not add value to the customer so that a process does more with less. Lean principles, methods, and tools encourage employee creativity, innovation, and problem-solving. Benefits from this method include lower costs and improvements to productivity, quality, and value.
CDOT gives a letter grade to overall roadway condition. It is a combination of the percent of highway pavement determined to have high or moderate Drivability Life and the level of service (LOS) delivered by CDOT’s maintenance program. The Department in 2013 changed its way of evaluating pavement condition. Grades for previous years are not directly comparable.
Features in this dataset represent traffic counts on public roads under local jurisdiction that are functionally classified as arterials or collectors. Features are represented by polyline (linear) geographic shapes from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), for 2014