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1 Developing, Implementing, and Visualizing Performance Measures in the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process May 7, 2013 Andy Taylor, AICP Amelia Costanzo Daniel Eisenberg

2 What we have to cover: Development of Goals, Objectives and Targets Measure ProgressShow Progress

3 Development of Goals, Objectives, Targets 6 Broad Goals 16 System Objectives 25 Measures 13 Targets

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5 Goals  Objectives  Performance Measures

6 MTP Target Topics: Congestion Air Quality Bridge Condition Pavement Condition Safety Disadvantaged Population Travel Bikeway Miles Bikeway Proximity Transit Proximity Local Complete Streets Policies Density along Arterials Ridesharing Multi-Jurisdictional Studies

7 MAP-21 Target Topics: Congestion Air Quality Bridge Condition Pavement Condition Safety Reliability Freight Movement Topics identified for performance measurement by Congress through MAP-21 }

8 Example: Safety ObjectiveMeasure2012 Benchmark 2016 Target2035 Target Increase safety of central Ohio residents A 15 percent reduction by 2035 in crashes for all travelers per million vehicle miles traveled on collector or above roadways. Goal: Use public investments to benefit the health, safety and welfare of people

9 Example: Safety ObjectiveMeasure2012 Benchmark 2016 Target2035 Target Increase safety of central Ohio residents Crashes for all travelers, per million vehicle miles traveled, on collector or above roadways A 15 percent reduction by 2035 in crashes for all travelers per million vehicle miles traveled on collector or above roadways. Goal: Use public investments to benefit the health, safety and welfare of people

10 Example: Safety ObjectiveMeasure2012 Benchmark 2016 Target2035 Target Increase safety of central Ohio residents Crashes for all travelers, per million vehicle miles traveled, on collector or above roadways 2.31 crashes per million VMT 2.25 crashes per million VMT 2.00 crashes per million VMT A 15 percent reduction by 2035 in crashes for all travelers per million vehicle miles traveled on collector or above roadways. Goal: Use public investments to benefit the health, safety and welfare of people

11 Lessons Learned Make a good foundation Outcomes vs. Outputs System Performance vs. Impact

12 Measure Progress Collect data Analyze Review results

13 Be organized!

14 Lessons Learned Documentation Communication

15 Showing Progress: Report Card Targets and progress reported on website Meets target On track to meet target Not on track to meet target

16 Show Progress: Report Card Targets creation process Meets target On track to meet target Not on track to meet target ?

17 Interactive Visualizations “Visualize” data over time Weave software Weave has the ability to tie together a piece of data across different charts

18 Lessons Learned Choose symbols that make sense, and are easily legible Don’t be afraid to reevaluate – the result will likely be stronger Sketch it out before committing

19 Questions? Contact info: -Andy Taylor: -Amelia Costanzo: -Daniel Eisenberg: MTP: State of the Region: Open Indicators Consortium: Links


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