SHRP 2: Implementation Update

Report
Implementation Update
AASHTO RAC Meeting, July 22, 2014
Debra Elston, Director, Office of Corporate Research, Technology, and
Innovation Management, FHWA
Jim McDonnell, Program Director, Engineering, AASHTO
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What we’ll cover
• Implementation milestones
• SHRP2 budget
• Project management system
• Program evaluation
• Implementation assistance update
• Continual improvement
• Next steps
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Implementation Milestones
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Implementation Status to Date
Of the more than 100 research projects, we are moving forward with
64 products in 42 distinct implementation efforts
SHRP2 Deployment Snapshot
100+
Research projects
Original projects undertaken by TRB
64
Implementable products
As prioritized by FHWA and AASHTO
42
27
Total anticipated
implementation efforts
Efforts on the street
15
Efforts remaining
64 products implemented as 42
products/product bundles
24 in IAP rounds 1 – 4 + 3 additional
deployments = 64% deployment
36 percent remaining
12
Planned efforts
9 new products in rounds 5 & 6 + 3 non IAP
3
Product disposition TBD
R01, R06F, C40
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Implementation Budget
SHRP2 Implementation Budget (in $M)
$7.4
$5.3
$12.5
Product Development &
Implementation * (75%)
$11.8
Pre implementation (3%)
Communications &
Outreach (3%)
$5.0
$126
Program Administration
(4%)
Contingency (8%)
Focus Area Breakdown
• Renewal - $40.5
• Capacity - $24.6
• Reliability - $27.7
• Safety - $33.4
FHWA/AASHTO
Implementation Staff (7%)
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Project Management and Tracking
• 2-pronged, quarterly tracking system in place
– MS Project
– Narrative, qualitative report
• Quarterly reporting structure
– Universal template, Highlights, Challenges
– Summary report per focus area per quarter
• Key highlights from first quarterly report – Example
– Approaching milestone of 50000 trained in L12/32 TIM
– Champions and opinion leaders identified for C06
– Showcases, demos and workshops held for R04, R05, R09, R10
& R26
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SHRP2 Program Evaluation
Outputs
Tracking System
Products
Completed R&T
Implementation Activities
(Workshops, Training, Grants,
Lead Adopters, etc.)
Outcomes
Implementation
Assistance Results
Select Product
Evaluations
Knowledge Dissemination
Specification Adopted
Change in Behavior
Innovation Tested/Deployed
Impacts/Benefits
Saved Time, Money or Lives
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2014 7
Implementation Assistance Program
So Far…
• SHRP2 IAP projects underway in 48 states; more coming in round 4
• Applications Received (Rounds 1-4): 414
– from 49 State DOTs + DC DOT
– from 38 MPOs
– from 10 tribes, 6 “others,” FHWA/FLH
• Awards (Rounds 1-3): 65 recipients received 146 awards
(representing work on 180 projects*)
– 44 State DOTs + DC DOT
– 16 MPOs
– 1 tribe, 3 “others,” FHWA/FLH
• Beyond the IAP – successful implementation efforts ongoing in Traffic
Incident Management (L12) – 41 states involved
• Thus, all 50 states + DC are engaged in SHRP2 implementation
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Implementation Assistance
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Implementation Assistance
Round 4
Economic Analysis Tools bundle – C03/11
Advanced Travel Analysis Tools bundle – C10/04/05/16
Pavements:
New Composite Pavement Systems – R21
Rapid Technologies to Enhance QC on Asphalt Pavements – R06C
Tools to Improve PCC Pavement Smoothness During Construction – R06E
Structures:
Nondestructive Testing for Concrete Bridge Decks – R06A
Nondestructive Testing for Tunnel Linings – R06G
Service Life Design for Bridges – R19A
Project Delivery:
Managing Risk in Rapid Renewal Projects – R09
Innovative Strategies for Managing Complex Projects – R10
Reliability Data and Analysis Tools bundle – L02/05/07/08 (C11)
Concept to Countermeasure –
Research to Deployment Using the SHRP2 Safety Databases
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Planning for more products
Product
IPW
IAP round
PlanWorks (C01)
Capacity Process Bundle (C02/08/09/12/15)
Service Limit State Design for Bridges (R19B)
3D Utility Location Data Repository (R01A)
Utility Locating Technologies/Innovation in
Locating Deep Utilities (R01B/C)
Techniques to Fingerprint Construction
Materials (R06B)
Advanced Methods to Identifying Pavement
Delamination (R06D)
WISE: Workzone Impact Estimation Software
(R11)
Nondestructive Testing for Concrete Bridge
Decks (R06A)
Fall 2014
Spring 2014
Fall 2014
Winter 2014
Winter 2014
Round 5
Round 5
Round 5
Rounds 5 & 6
Round 6
Fall 2014
Round 6
Fall 2014
Round 6
Summer 2014
Round 6
Winter 2013
Round 6
Round 5 – January 2015
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Round
6 – June
2015
We are listening…
Challenge
Solution
Result
Engage transportation
agencies in every
state
State visits; increased
targeted outreach and
communication; better time
intervals throughout IAP;
examination of widest
potential audience
As of Round 4, all but 2
AASHTO member
departments have applied
through the IAP. MPOs,
local DOTs, and others are
also applying.
Connect customers
and facilitate peer-topeer knowledge
transfer
Updated GoSHRP2 site
features In the Field section;
commitment to contributing
to peer exchange; updated
contact info on site
More availability of user
data and stronger linkage of
peer connections
Streamline the postUse lessons learned to
selection IAP activities standardize process
Expectations are managed,
funds are allocated more
timely, and projects are
initiated quicker
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The future
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Continual process improvement
Coordination between AASHTO and FHWA
Keeping pace with product developments
Key successes
Safety implementation
Reauthorization
Questions, feedback from the Implementation
Advisory Committee
• www.fhwa.dot.gov/goshrp2
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