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Uses of State Highway Data in the FHWA Office of Legislation and Strategic Planning

Highway Information Seminar - November 17, 2004

Ross Crichton Team Leader, Highway Needs & Investment Analysis, Office of Legislation and Strategic Planning


Primary HPLS Uses of State Data


Apportionments Analysis - Background and Purpose


Apportionment Analysis - Legislation: Current & Proposed


Apportionment Analysis. Factors Derived from HPMS: Lane Miles

Existing:

Proposed:


Apportionment Analysis. - Other Factors Derived from HPMS

Existing:

Proposed:


Apportionment Analysis. - Apportionment Factors Derived from 551M


Apportionment Analysis - Lessons Learned from 1058 Analyses


Apportionment Analysis. - Importance of Data Accuracy


Conditions and Performance Report - Background and Purpose


Conditions and Performance - Report.Report Perspectives

Retrospective:

Prospective:

Both perspectives draw heavily on HPMS and FHWA-500 series data.


Conditions and Performance Report.Retrospective: Uses of HPMS Data


Conditions and Performance Report.Retrospective: Use of FHWA-500 Series Data

Finance:


Conditions and Performance Report.- Future Investment Requirements Scenarios


Conditions and Performance Report.Highway Economic Requirements System (HERS)


Conditions and Performance Report.Highway Economic Requirements System (HERS)

HERS uses HPMS Sample Data as primary input source:

Data are used to model key condition and performance measures:


Conditions and Performance Report - Sources of Other Investment Estimates

Bridge Preservation:

Non-modeled capital investment:


Conditions and Performance Report.- Uses of the C&P Report

Statistical reference:


Our goal in the Office of Legislation and Strategic Planning is to efficiently provide accurate and timely information to Congress and FHWA leadership.


Your data helps to make that possible.

Thanks, and keep up the good work!


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