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1 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework August 8, 2013 Sherry Riklin Bob Tuccillo Angela Dluger

2 2 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework Overview of Framework – USDOT Performance Measures – State, Transit Agency, MPO Performance Targets – State, Transit Agency, MPO Performance Plans Performance-based Transit Programs – Transit Asset Management (5326) – Safety (5329) – Metropolitan and Statewide Planning (5303/5304) 2

3 3 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework To increase accountability and transparency – Seven national goals – USDOT performance measures – State and transit agency performance targets and plans – MPO performance based planning and programming

4 4 MAP-21 Performance Management Framework 7 National Goals 1.Safety 2.Infrastructure Condition 3.Congestion Reduction 4.System Reliability 5.Freight Mobility and Economic Vitality 6.Environmental Sustainability 7.Reduced Project Delivery Delays

5 5 DOT Performance Measures FTA Standards and Measures – State of Good Repair – Safety FHWA “150(c)” Standards and Measures” – Highway Safety – injuries and fatalities – Bridge and Pavement Conditions – Traffic Congestion and Mobile Source Emissions – Freight Movement on Interstate System – Performance on Interstate and NHS

6 6 Establish Performance Targets Transit Agencies (FTA Grantees) – To establish SGR performance targets not later than 3 months after TAM Rule – To establish Safety performance targets 1 year after Final Safety Rule States to establish performance targets not later than 1 year after 150(c) measures established

7 7 Develop Performance Based Plans FTA Grantees (Title 49) – Transit Asset Management Plan – Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan FHWA Grantees (Title 23) – State Highway Safety Improvement Plan – State NHS Asset Management Plan – Congestion Management Plan (TMA> 1 million) – State Freight Plan (optional)

8 8 FTA Performance-based Programs Transit Asset Management (5326) Public Transportation Safety (5329) Metropolitan transportation planning (5303) Statewide and Nonmetropolitan planning (5304)

9 9 Transit Asset Management 49 U.S.C Requires FTA to establish National Transit Asset Management System through rulemaking process: – Define state of good repair (SGR) – Establish SGR performance measures – Recipients and subrecipients implement transit asset management plans – Report to the NTD asset inventory data – FTA shall provide technical assistance

10 10 National Transit Asset Management System Define state of good repair Define state of good repair, including objective measures of asset conditions Establish SGR performance measures -- Establish SGR performance measures -- each grantee must set SGR performance targets and report to FTA annually All recipients and sub- recipients must develop transit asset management plans Reportto the NTD Report to the NTD data on asset inventories and condition assessments Technical assistance Technical assistance from FTA

11 11 Age-based Assets should be scheduled for replacement beyond a certain maximum age Condition-based Assets should be replaced once inspections identify deteriorated conditions Performance-based Assets should be replaced when their deteriorated condition reduces speed or reliability Comprehensive- assessment Combines age, condition inspections, performance data, and maintenance history 4 Proposed Methods for Defining SGR

12 12 SGR Performance Measures FTA must define SGR with objective standards for measuring conditions, and establish a performance measure Each recipient sets their own target within 3 months of FTA establishing the measure: – No reward for making a target – No penalty for missing a target Annual Report: – System condition and any change since last report – SGR performance targets – Progress towards meeting SGR targets

13 13 Transit Asset Management Plans Recipients and subrecipients must develop a TAM Plan FTA plans targeted, risk-based oversight of TAM Plan certifications FTA plans to minimize impacts on small grantees TAM Plan Requirements: 1)Asset inventory with condition assessments 2)Investment prioritization 3)Certification by the recipient to FTA

14 14 NTD Asset Inventory Module Expand NTD Reporting of Asset Inventory Data – Vehicles already reported, plan to include other assets – NTD reporting requirements will be handled separately from the rule-making – Likely separate notices for urban and rural Pre-pilot conducted in 2012 – Minimize reporting burden – Focus on essential data needed by FTA

15 15 Technical Assistance Two statutory requirements: – Decision support tool for investment prioritization – Analytical process for capital investment needs ( TERM-Lite) Transit Asset Management Guide Reports from TAM pilot projects More to come!

16 16 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C Authorizes FTA to oversee safety of public transportation Safety framework to include: – Safety performance criteria for all modes – Vehicle safety performance standards – Public transportation safety certificate training program – Public transit agency safety plans – State safety oversight program

17 17 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C National Public Transportation Safety Plan – Requires FTA to create and implement plan – Requires plan to include Safety performance criteria for all public transportation modes Definition of State of Good Repair established under 5326 Minimum performance safety standards for transit vehicles not regulated by other DOT modes

18 18 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan All FTA recipients must develop and update annually a board-approved plan Plan must include: – Strategies for identifying safety risks – Strategies for minimizing exposure to hazards – Performance targets based on safety performance criteria and state of good repair standards Establish Safety performance targets 1 year after Final Safety Rule – Comprehensive staff training program – Assignment of trained safety officer who reports to CEO

19 19 Public Transportation Safety Program 49 U.S.C Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan 5311 Recipients – Plan may be drafted and certified by either recipient or State 5307 Recipients: Small Providers/Systems – FTA will designate small providers/systems that may have plan drafted and certified by State

20 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 established – Establish public transportation performance targets in coordination with providers of public transportation in areas with no MPO – Integrate performance based plans into statewide transportation planning process – Use performance measures and targets to develop plans, programs and investment priorities – Describe performance measures, targets and system performance in statewide transportation plan – Link investment priorities in STIP to performance targets

21 21 Metropolitan Transportation Planning 49 U.S.C Requires MPOs to: – Establish performance targets within 180 days after State and public transportation providers establish performance targets Coordinate with providers of public transportation to select SGR and safety targets Coordinate with State to select 150(c) targets – Integrate performance based plans into metropolitan transportation planning process – Describe performance measures and targets used to assess system performance in the metropolitan transportation plan – Report on progress in meeting performance targets in metro plan – Demonstrate link between investment priorities and performance targets in TIP

22 5329 Public Transportation Agency Safety SMS Hazard/Risk Assessment Establish Safety Targets Develop Risk Control Hazard, Control and Monitoring Strategy Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan 5326 Transit Asset Management Asset Inventory / Condition Assessment Establish SGR Targets Transit Asset Managment Plan Transit Asset Management Plan Prioritize Investments/ Program of Projects Program 5337 SGR and 5307 and 5311 Formula Funds 5303/5304 Transportation Planning Performance Targets Integrate Performance Based Plans Metropolitan and Statewide Long Range Plans Adopt TIP/STIP

23 23 MAP-21 Performance Management Provisions Next Steps FTA will publish an Advanced Notices of Proposed Rulemakings on Transit Asset Management and Safety FHWA and FTA will jointly publish a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Metropolitan and Statewide Planning FHWA will publish three Notice of Proposed Rulemakings on the 150(c) Performance Measures – Safety – Pavement and Bridge Conditions – Congestion Mitigation, Mobile Sources, Reliability of the NHS/Interstate Highway Systems Effective date of Federal Performance Management Provisions is Spring 2015

24 24 MAP-21 Performance Management Provisions Next Steps

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