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1 Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Developing Regional Solutions

2 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting: Session 497 – Managing Transportation Assets and Their Performance January 13, 2015 We Manage What We Measure: the Southeast Michigan Experience

3 SEMCOG Region

4 St. Clair Macomb Oakland Livingston WayneWashtenaw Monroe * City of Detroit 4.7 million people Seven County Region

5 233 local units of government 7 county road agencies 2 MDOT regions Police, Fire, EMS (locals x 3) MDOT University Region MDOT Metro Region Who do we coordinate with?

6 28,800 miles of public road 4,884 miles of truck routes 140 million vehicle miles traveled daily 1,000 miles currently congested Over 5,400 traffic signals Over 4,500 bridges Over 128,000 crashes 950 miles in poor condition

7 Agencies need a platform in which to collaborate to come to consensus MDOT owns 29,000 lane-miles of Michigan’s road network −51% of passenger traffic −64% of commercial traffic Remainder are owned by local agencies - majority under the control of county road agencies −54,000 lane-miles of federal aid eligible roads −79,000 lane-miles NOT eligible for federal aid Not All Assets Owned by One Agency

8 Established in 2002 as part of PA 499 Michigan Municipal League 1 Representative each 2 Representatives each Michigan Townships Association Michigan Association Of Transportation Planners

9 The TAMC, Its Mission... Support excellence in managing Michigan’s transportation assets by: Advising the Legislature and State Transportation Commission, Promoting asset management principles, Providing tools and practices for road agencies

10 PASER – Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating Visual survey—based on sound engineering principles Measure of surface distress Reported on a scale of 1-10 Michigan –EngineersManagers –Truck DriversSign Shop –ClerksCons. Techs Beauty of it— –Explain to Elected Officials –Explain to Constituents PASER: Condition Rating that makes Sense

11 –Mapped ALL Counties, Cities, Villages » »State Highways » »County Primaries » »County Locals » »City Streets –Easy distribution out –Easy collection back in EVERYONE is WORKING OFF the SAME PAGE! Statewide GIS Base Map & Dataset

12 Funded by MDOT & Local Fed Aid Provided at no cost to any transportation agency in MI Under license outside of MI Modules –Roads/Pavement –Bridges/Culverts –Signs –Driveways –Guardrail –Curb & Gutter –Sidewalks –Pavement Marking –Traffic Counts –Traffic Crashes Infrastructure Management System

13 Laptop $35 GPS puck Laptop Data Collection – RoadSoft: Easy and Hassle Free

14 Introduction to Asset Management for Elected Officials –2.5 hr Asset Management Workshop –Full day 4 sessions per year Asset Management Conferences –Full day 2 per year PASER –Full day 10 sessions per year RoadSoft –Multiple levels, several sessions per year Training

15 Who Collects the Data? Data collection is a team effort –Michigan Department of Transportation –County Road Agencies/Cities –Regional Planning Agencies (e.g., SEMCOG)

16 GoodFair Poor PASER = 10, 9, 8 Routine Maintenance - Crackseal - Minor Patching - Snow Removal PASER = 7, 6, 5 Preventive Maintenance - Crackseal/Patch - Surface Treatment - Non-structural Overlay - Concrete Joint Repair PASER = 4, 3, 2,1 Rehab/Reconstruct - Resurface - Structural Overlay - Replace Concrete Slab - Complete Reconstruct PASER Condition Rating

17 Investment Reporting Tool (IRT) Act 51 Distribution and Reporting System (ADARS) Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) –IRI (costly, MDOT will collect) –Rutting, faulting and cracking (%) Other Data Collected

18 Data Warehouse –Website –Mapping Education / Training Assistance Planning Assistance –Develop Local Asset Management Plans SEMCOG’s Role

19 Regional Transportation Plan –Creating success outcomes –Regional investment strategy (FHWA AssetManager NT, region and local version) –Performance measures » »Dashboard SEMCOG’s Role (cont.)

20 Performance Based Planning 2040 Regional Transportation Plan

21 Economic Prosperity Desirable Communities Reliable, Quality Infrastructure Healthy Attractive Environmental Assets Fiscally Sustainable Public Services Access to Jobs, Markets, Services, and Amenities Our Shared Outcomes

22 What is current performance? Is it good enough? Can we do better? How much would it cost? What can we afford? What are the priorities? Setting a New Direction

23 Program AreaPerformance Measure 2010 Performance TransitSystem extent - current system or transit vision Current System Pavement Preservation Percent of pavement in good or fair condition 57% Bridge Preservation Percent of bridges in good or fair condition 85% Highway Capacity Hours of congestion delay per 1,000 vehicle miles traveled 2.9 SafetyFatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled 0.77 NonmotorizedPercent population and employment within ½-mile of nonmotorized facility 13% Performance Measures

24 Analysis of Investment Strategies: using AssetManager NT and PCFS

25 Investment Vs. Performance Pavement

26 1. Current allocation 2. Preservation first 3. Transit first 4. Public opinion 5. Maximum performance Investment Scenarios

27 ComponentCurrent AllocationCommittee AllocationChange in Performance Funding Split 2035 PerformanceFunding Split 2035 Performance Transit capital5.0%Current system5.6%Current system + 3 rapid transit lines Transit operations16.1%17.9% Pavement20.8%57% pavement in good or fair condition23.8%69% Bridge6.0%100% bridges in good or fair condition4.0%91% Highway Capacity9.8%2.6 hours of congestion delay per 1,000 VMT7.6%2.8 Safety0.5%0.74 fatalities per 100 million VMT0.6%0.74 Nonmotorized0.5%44% population and employment within ½- mile of facility 0.8%58% Road Operations41.0%N/A39.7%N/A Allocation Comparison

28 TRACKING PERFORMANCE

29 SE MI Pavement Condition,

30 Amount of Pavement in Poor Condition has Increased to 43%

31 Different measures drive different actions We Manage What We Measure

32 After Sharp Declines, Road Conditions have Stabilized

33 Align with MAP-21 performance measures/targets Use of FHWA INVEST tool Educate the public (true cost of service) Share experiences (What works / doesn’t work?) Promote Asset Management Next Steps

34 SEMCOG Website: –(Creating Success) Performance Measures, –Pavement, Contact Tom Bruff, Manager – Plan & Policy Development Phone: (direct) For More Information:

35 Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Developing Regional Solutions


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