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1 Title Subtitle Meeting Date Office of Transportation Performance Management MAP-21 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21 st Century Performance Management Elements An Overview of Requirements and Implementation Status AMOTIA 5th Annual Conference September 26, 2013 Pete Stephanos Federal Highway Administration

2 Transportation Performance Management Presentation Outline  MAP-21 Performance Requirements  USDOT Implementation Approach  Performance Management Initiatives  Resources AMOTIA 2013 Conference2 2

3 Transportation Performance Management MAP-21 Performance Requirements AMOTIA 2013 Conference3

4 Transportation Performance Management MAP-21 Background-Performance Requirements – National Goals – Measures – Targets – Plans – Reports – Accountability and Transparency AMOTIA 2013 Conference4

5 Transportation Performance Management  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – 14 measures documented in 2008 report  Federal Highway Administration, Federal-aid Highway Program – Fatalities – Serious Injuries – Pavement Condition – Bridge Condition – System Performance – Traffic Congestion – On-road Mobile Source Emissions – Freight Movement  Federal Transit Administration - Public Transportation – State of Good Repair – Safety Criteria HSIP Measure Areas AMOTIA 2013 Conference5 NHPP CMAQ

6 Transportation Performance Management Targets  States, MPOs and public transportation agencies set targets.  NHTSA required to approve safety targets  Target Setting Due Dates – Highway Safety (NHTSA) States set targets beginning in 2013 – Federal-aid Highway (FHWA) States set targets 1 yr after measures MPOs set targets 180 days after State target – Public Transportation (FTA) Transit providers set targets after measures MPOs select targets 180 days after transit provider target AMOTIA 2013 Conference6

7 Transportation Performance Management Plans and Reports  Strategic Highway Safety Plan and Highway Safety Plan  Transit and Highway Asset Management Plans  CMAQ Performance Plan  Metropolitan Long Range Plan  Metro and State Transportation Improvement Program  Highway Safety Improvement Program Report  Highway Performance Report  Transit Performance Report  Metropolitan System Performance Report 7AMOTIA 2013 Conference

8 Transportation Performance Management Asset Management Plan  NHS Pavements and Bridges  Includes: – Objectives and measures – Inventory and condition baseline – Life cycle cost and risk analysis – Financial plan – Investment strategies  Considerations: – Current capacity to develop a plan – Roadway ownership – Multi-year planning – Integration in the planning decision process AMOTIA 2013 Conference8

9 Transportation Performance Management Performance Accountability  Target Achievement Requirements – National Highway Performance Program – Highway Safety Improvement Program  Standards – Interstate Pavements and NHS Bridges – Rural Road Safety and Older Driver Safety  MPO Planning Certification  State Performance-Based Planning Evaluation  5 Year Progress Evaluation 9AMOTIA 2013 Conference

10 Transportation Performance Management USDOT Implementation Approach AMOTIA 2013 Conference10

11 Transportation Performance Management Consideration of Challenges 11 Flexibility Consistency Progress AMOTIA 2013 Conference

12 Transportation Performance Management Stakeholder Outreach  Methods of Outreach – Webinars – National Online Dialogues – Virtual Town Hall Meetings – Subject Matter Meetings – Direct Contact to FHWA :  Focused Areas for Outreach – Performance Measures – Target Setting Listening Session – Reporting and Assessment 12AMOTIA 2013 Conference 12

13 Transportation Performance Management Measure Groupings 13 Q4 CY2013 Q1 CY2014 AMOTIA 2013 Conference 13

14 Transportation Performance Management Measure Rules Define Measure Data Elements Data Source Interstate Pavement Condition Target Setting Requirements Define Significant Progress State Performance Reporting Establish Timing Coordinating Implementation – 9 Rulemakings Planning Rule Performance-based Planning Process Target Setting Coordination MPO Performance Reporting STIP/TIP Discussion Transition Period Program Rules Plan Requirements Special Rules Integrating Performance Transition Period 14 AMOTIA 2013 Conference

15 Transportation Performance Management Implementation Schedule 15 Rulemaking Planning & Target Setting Reporting and Assessment 201420152016201720182013 AMOTIA 2013 Conference

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17 Transportation Performance Management Performance Management Initiatives AMOTIA 2013 Conference17

18 Transportation Performance Management  Data – Actual travel times, date, direction, location  Travel Measured - freight and passenger traffic  Coverage – Full National Highway System  Granularity – TMC segments in 5 minute bins  Frequency – Monthly updates  Timing – The 15 th of the following month  Availability – State DOTs and MPOs  Support – Initial training followed with support  When – Data available beginning in September, 2013 Travel Time Data Contract 18AMOTIA 2013 Conference

19 Transportation Performance Management Safety Target Setting Study  Evaluate methods used currently  Develop guidance for States to use in setting fatality related targets  Tasks: – Literature Review – Survey of States and SHOSs – Peer Exchange – noteworthy practices – Guidance Document  Final Guidance expected in Fall, 2013 19AMOTIA 2013 Conference

20 Transportation Performance Management Performance-Based Planning  PBPP Guidebook – available online soon  Guidebook on Long Range Plans that are performance based – Provide examples of plans – Conducting site interviews  Framework for an electronic STIP – Performance based – Survey conducted through AASHTO 20AMOTIA 2013 Conference

21 Transportation Performance Management Regional and State Workshops  Planning and Performance Management  Two workshops held in FY2013  Current focus on PBPP, Target Setting, and Reporting  State DOTs, MPOs, Transit Agencies  Format – Pre-Workshop webinars to share information and further define workshop focus – Workshop event – face to face event – Post Workshop – collaboration resources  Funding assistance for travel will be provided  September 30 th webinar on current practices 21AMOTIA 2013 Conference

22 Transportation Performance Management Asset Management Plan Pilots  Development of Transportation Asset Management Plans in 3 States  Provide as examples for all States  Pilots: LA, MN, NY  Observer States: AK, NV, OR  Holding monthly web meetings to discuss progress  Generic work plan available on website  Anticipated completion in 5/30/2014 22AMOTIA 2013 Conference

23 Transportation Performance Management Corridor Performance Management  Study how multiple agencies have worked together to manage performance of a multi-state corridor  Focus on MAP-21 goal areas  Development and testing of Maturity Model  Test application of model on I-95 and I-15  Final Report – Maturity model and assessment tool – Noteworthy practices – Implementation plan recommendations 23AMOTIA 2013 Conference

24 Transportation Performance Management TPM Training  TPM awareness training available online at NHI  Developing new awareness course focused on MAP- 21 performance requirements  Soon to release new course on development of performance measures  Comprehensive training course – Modules developed for each MAP-21 performance area – Delivered as MAP-21 requirements become effective  All courses will be available online 24AMOTIA 2013 Conference

25 Transportation Performance Management Resources AMOTIA 2013 Conference 25

26 Transportation Performance Management 26 More Information  MAP-21 website – Bill summary and funding tables – Fact sheets and Q&As – Presentations – Points of contact – Recordings of webinars (  Performance Management Website  Training and Support (under development) AMOTIA 2013 Conference




30 Transportation Performance Management 30 Additional Resources  Transportation Performance Management training courses  MAP-21 Web Site  Performance Measure Rulemaking Direct Contact to FHWA  Performance-based Planning and Programming AMOTIA 2013 Conference 30

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