state-of-good-repair

(12)“state-of-good-repair” means a condition in which physical assets, both individually and as a system, are— (A)performing at a level at least equal to that called for in their as-built or as-modified design specification during any period when the life cycle cost of maintaining the assets is lower than the cost of replacing them; and (B)sustained through regular maintenance and replacement programs.

Source

49 USC § 24102(12)


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