Moving to usage-based preventive maintenance has enabled WMATA to save $1.2M annually

February 6, 2015 Mary Gorczynski

How do you manage your rail assets?  Time-based maintenance or usage-based maintenance?  After 38 years with a time-based maintenance approach for their rail car fleet, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is moving to usage-based preventive maintenance.  Moving to usage-based preventive maintenance has enabled WMATA to save $1.2M annually on the road to $3.1M in [...]

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