Presentation on theme: "MAP-21 Performance Management Framework August 8, 2013 Sherry Riklin Bob Tuccillo Angela Dluger The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)"— Presentation transcript:
1 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework August 8, 2013 Sherry Riklin Bob Tuccillo Angela Dluger The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) is a milestone for the U.S. economy and the Nation's surface transportation program by transforming the policy and programmatic framework for investments to guide the system's growth and development. MAP-21 creates a streamlined and performance-based surface transportation program and builds on many of the highway, transit, bike, and pedestrian programs and policies established in 1991.This legislation integrates performance into many federal transportation programs and contains several performance elements..
3 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework To increase accountability and transparencySeven national goalsUSDOT performance measuresState and transit agency performance targets and plansMPO performance based planning and programming
4 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework 7 National GoalsSafetyInfrastructure ConditionCongestion ReductionSystem ReliabilityFreight Mobility and Economic VitalityEnvironmental SustainabilityReduced Project Delivery DelaysThe cornerstone of MAP-21's highway program transformation is the transition to a performance and outcome-based program. States will invest resources in projects to achieve individual targets that collectively will make progress toward national goals. The FHWA TPM team is working collectively with State and Local agencies across the country to achieve the national goals established by MAP-21 regardless of resource limitations.The national performance goals for the Federal highway programs as established in MAP-21 are as follows:Federal-Aid Program[23USC §150(b)]•Safety - To achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.•Infrastructure Condition - To maintain the highway infrastructure asset system in a state of good repair•Congestion Reduction - To achieve a significant reduction in congestion on the National Highway System•System Reliability - To improve the efficiency of the surface transportation system•Freight Movement and Economic Vitality - To improve the national freight network, strengthen the ability of rural communities to access national and international trade markets, and support regional economic development.•Environmental Sustainability - To enhance the performance of the transportation system while protecting and enhancing the natural environment.•Reduced Project Delivery Delays - To reduce project costs, promote jobs and the economy, and expedite the movement of people and goods by accelerating project completion through eliminating delays in the project development and delivery process, including reducing regulatory burdens and improving agencies' work practices
5 DOT Performance Measures FTA Standards and MeasuresState of Good RepairSafetyFHWA “150(c)” Standards and Measures”Highway Safety – injuries and fatalitiesBridge and Pavement ConditionsTraffic Congestion and Mobile Source EmissionsFreight Movement on Interstate SystemPerformance on Interstate and NHS
6 Establish Performance Targets Transit Agencies (FTA Grantees)To establish SGR performance targets not later than 3 months after TAM RuleTo establish Safety performance targets 1 year after Final Safety RuleStates to establish performance targets not later than 1 year after 150(c) measures established
9 Transit Asset Management 49 U.S.C. 5326 Requires FTA to establish National Transit Asset Management System through rulemaking process:Define state of good repair (SGR)Establish SGR performance measuresRecipients and subrecipients implement transit asset management plansReport to the NTD asset inventory dataFTA shall provide technical assistance
10 National Transit Asset Management System Define state of good repair, including objective measures of asset conditionsEstablish SGR performance measures -- each grantee must set SGR performance targets and report to FTA annuallyAll recipients and sub-recipients must develop transit asset management plansReport to the NTD data on asset inventories and condition assessmentsTechnical assistance from FTA
11 4 Proposed Methods for Defining SGR Age-basedAssets should be scheduled for replacement beyond a certain maximum ageCondition-basedAssets should be replaced once inspections identify deteriorated conditionsPerformance-basedAssets should be replaced when their deteriorated condition reduces speed or reliabilityComprehensive-assessmentCombines age, condition inspections, performance data, and maintenance history
12 SGR Performance Measures FTA must define SGR with objective standards for measuring conditions, and establish a performance measureEach recipient sets their own target within 3 months of FTA establishing the measure:No reward for making a targetNo penalty for missing a targetAnnual Report:System condition and any change since last reportSGR performance targetsProgress towards meeting SGR targets
13 Transit Asset Management Plans Recipients and subrecipients must develop a TAM PlanFTA plans targeted, risk-based oversight of TAM Plan certificationsFTA plans to minimize impacts on small granteesTAM Plan Requirements:Asset inventory with condition assessmentsInvestment prioritizationCertification by the recipient to FTA
14 NTD Asset Inventory Module Expand NTD Reporting of Asset Inventory DataVehicles already reported, plan to include other assetsNTD reporting requirements will be handled separately from the rule-makingLikely separate notices for urban and ruralPre-pilot conducted in 2012Minimize reporting burdenFocus on essential data needed by FTA
15 Technical Assistance Two statutory requirements: Decision support tool for investment prioritizationAnalytical process for capital investment needs (TERM-Lite)Transit Asset Management GuideReports from TAM pilot projectsMore to come!
16 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C. 5329 Authorizes FTA to oversee safety of public transportationSafety framework to include:Safety performance criteria for all modesVehicle safety performance standardsPublic transportation safety certificate training programPublic transit agency safety plansState safety oversight program
17 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C. 5329 National Public Transportation Safety PlanRequires FTA to create and implement planRequires plan to includeSafety performance criteria for all public transportation modesDefinition of State of Good Repair established under 5326Minimum performance safety standards for transit vehicles not regulated by other DOT modes
18 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C. 5329 Public Transportation Agency Safety PlanAll FTA recipients must develop and update annually a board-approved planPlan must include:Strategies for identifying safety risksStrategies for minimizing exposure to hazardsPerformance targets based on safety performance criteria and state of good repair standardsEstablish Safety performance targets 1 year after Final Safety RuleComprehensive staff training programAssignment of trained safety officer who reports to CEO
19 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C. 5329 Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan5311 RecipientsPlan may be drafted and certified by either recipient or State5307 Recipients: Small Providers/SystemsFTA will designate small providers/systems that may have plan drafted and certified by State
20 State and Nonmetropolitan Transportation Planning ( 49 U.S.C. 5304) Requires States to:Establish performance targets in coordination with MPOs not later than 1 year after 150(c) performance measures establishedEstablish public transportation performance targets in coordination with providers of public transportation in areas with no MPOIntegrate performance based plans into statewide transportation planning processUse performance measures and targets to develop plans, programs and investment prioritiesDescribe performance measures, targets and system performance in statewide transportation planLink investment priorities in STIP to performance targets
21 Metropolitan Transportation Planning 49 U.S.C. 5303 Requires MPOs to:Establish performance targets within 180 days after State and public transportation providers establish performance targetsCoordinate with providers of public transportation to select SGR and safety targetsCoordinate with State to select 150(c) targetsIntegrate performance based plans into metropolitan transportation planning processDescribe performance measures and targets used to assess system performance in the metropolitan transportation planReport on progress in meeting performance targets in metro planDemonstrate link between investment priorities and performance targets in TIP
22 5329 Public Transportation Agency Safety 5326 Transit Asset Management SMS Hazard/Risk AssessmentEstablish Safety TargetsDevelop Risk ControlHazard, Control and Monitoring StrategyPublic Transportation Agency Safety Plan5326 Transit Asset ManagementAsset Inventory /Condition AssessmentEstablish SGR TargetsTransit Asset Managment PlanTransit Asset Management PlanPrioritize Investments/ Program of ProjectsProgram 5337 SGR and 5307 and Formula Funds5303/5304 Transportation PlanningPerformance TargetsIntegrate Performance Based PlansMetropolitan and Statewide Long Range PlansAdopt TIP/STIP
23 MAP-21 Performance Management Provisions Next Steps FTA will publish an Advanced Notices of Proposed Rulemakings on Transit Asset Management and SafetyFHWA and FTA will jointly publish a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Metropolitan and Statewide PlanningFHWA will publish three Notice of Proposed Rulemakings on the 150(c) Performance MeasuresSafetyPavement and Bridge ConditionsCongestion Mitigation, Mobile Sources, Reliability of the NHS/Interstate Highway SystemsEffective date of Federal Performance Management Provisions is Spring 2015
24 MAP-21 Performance Management Provisions Next Steps
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