New Online Course Series from TIC: Using PASER and WISLR to Manage Your Roads

New Online Course Series from TIC: Using PASER and WISLR to Manage Your Roads

Four Tuesday Sessions
July 16, July 23, July 30, and August 6
10:00–11:30 a.m.

Session 1:
How to Rate Your Roads Using PASER
July 16

  • Why rate your roads?
  • How roads deteriorate
  • Typical distresses and related maintenance or construction treatments
  • The logic of the PASER condition rating system
  • How to conduct field inspections

Register to attend Session 1

Session 2:
WISLR 101: The Basics
July 23

  • Roads data currently available in WISLR
  • How WISLR displays the data
  • How WISLR is related to mileage certification
  • Gaining access to and modifying your data
  • Entering maintenance treatment information

Register to attend Session 2

Session 3:
How Do I Submit My Pavement Rankings?
July 30

  • Downloading forms used for the rating process
  • Submitting your pavement ratings online
  • Modifying data in WISLR based on your inspection
  • Using the WISLR data to answer the public’s questions

Register to attend Session 3

Session 4:
Using WISLR Pavement Analysis Tools
August 6

  • Understanding the WISLR pavement management model
  • Loading your own cost data into WISLR and running needs analysis
  • Using the WISLR pavement analysis and mapping analysis tools
  • Creating a five-year budget plan with supporting maps

Register to attend Session 4

Who Should Attend

These webinars are for Wisconsin town, village, city, and county officials, engineers, technicians, and their consultants who rate the condition of their roads using PASER, submit their ratings to DOT for inclusion in WISLR, the Wisconsin Information System for Local Roads, and use the WISLR pavement analysis tools to create a three to five year plan and budget for their road system.

How to Participate

At a minimum, to participate in these online webinars you will need:

  • A computer with a high-speed Internet connection (DSL, cable, or equivalent)
  • A computer capable of playing audio
  • Ability to run/install the Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing plugin via a web browser
  • The most recent version of Java installed on your computer in order to successfully run the web conferencing tool

During the synchronous (live) webinar session, participants will be able to hear the presenter(s) and view the provided content. Participants will be able to interact with the instructor via text chat within the web conferencing system. The majority of recent computers will meet the minimum technical requirements, however, a few days before the course start date you will receive detailed instructions for participation that will include steps to test your connection, settings, and audio configuration.