Transportation Performance Measures

Report
MAP-21
National PerformanceTitle
Management Measures
Subtitle
An Overview
of Transportation
Performance Management
Meeting
Date
Jack Jernigan
Office ofFHWA
Transportation
Performance
Management
Office
of RD&T
Overview of Performance Management
• Broad consensus that performance management is
important for accountability and transparency in
the transportation industry
• Most agencies track and report various aspects of
system and agency performance
• Need to integrate performance management
principles into planning and programming
• May be a requirement for a consistent national
approach
U.S Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
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MAP-21 Background-Performance
 National Goals –Focuses the Federal aid program on 7 goals supported
through the statewide and metropolitan planning process.
 Measures – USDOT to establish performance measures through rulemaking
 Targets - All States, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and public
transportation agencies required to establish targets for each of the measures
established by USDOT.
 Plans – All States, MPOs, and public transportation agencies are required to
develop a number of plans to document strategies and investments to address
performance needs.
 Reports – All States, MPOs, and public transportation agencies are required to
report on progress toward the achievement of their targets.
 Accountability – All States will be held accountable to making significant
progress toward the achievement of their targets established for the National
Highway Performance Program (NHPP) and the Highway Safety Improvement
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Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
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10 Inter-related Rules
 Highway Safety Programs Grants (NHTSA)
 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) (FHWA)
 Metro and Statewide Planning (FHWA-FTA)
 Safety Performance Measures (FHWA)
 Infrastructure Performance Measures (FHWA)
 System Performance Measures (FHWA)
 Highway Asset Management Plan (FHWA)
 Transit Asset Management (FTA)
 National Transit Safety Program (FTA)
 Transit Agency Safety Plan (FTA)
U.S Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
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Transportation Performance Management
FHWA Proposal Comment Periods – 2014 & 2015
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
HSIP
Safety PM
Planning
Asset Management
Infrastructure Condition PM
System Performance+ PM
Infrastructure Condition PM NPRM
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Rollout of NPRMs
• For each NPRM, FHWA plans to have:
 NPRM Informational launch events
 An informational session at relevant national conferences, upon
request
 Additional supplementary webinars scheduled to focus on details
of target setting, progress achievement and/or other requirements
• Comments will not be accepted during these informational
sessions.
• All Public Comments should be submitted through the E-docket
for consideration in the final regulation
• Public comment periods will be a minimum of 90 days for all
NPRMs except the HSIP and TAMP NPRMs which is 60 days.
U.S Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
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Transportation Performance Management
MAP-21 TPM Rulemaking Schedule
Performance Area/Element
NPRM Target
FHWA:
Safety Performance Measures
March 11, 2014
Highway Safety Improvement Program
March 28, 2014
Statewide and Metro Planning; Non-Metro Planning
June 2, 2014
Pavement and Bridge Performance Measures
October 2014
Highway Asset Management Plan
October 2014
System Performance Measures
December 2014
NHTSA: Highway Safety Grants Programs, Interim Final Rule issued on 1/23/2013
FTA: Public Transportation Advanced NPRM closed on 1/2/2014
(4 performance related NPRMs to be published)
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Submit public comments to:
www.regulations.gov
Statewide and Nonmetropolitan Transportation Planning;
Metropolitan Transportation Planning
FHWA-2013-0037
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Additional FHWA Resources
• MAP-21 Web Site
www.fhwa.dot.gov/map21
• Transportation Performance Management Web Site
www.fhwa.dot.gov/tpm
• Performance Measure Rulemaking Direct Contact
to FHWA
[email protected]
• FHWA Safety Program website
http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/
• Performance-based Planning and Programming
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/performance_based_planning/
U.S Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
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