Federal Highway Administration Performance Reports
Reporting Project Overview:
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has completed a project to design an ideal transportation performance report that tells transportation stories that matter in a visually compelling way that the target audiences care about.
Transportation Performance is a "demonstration" website being developed for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This project began before the passage of Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP 21). While this project relates to performance reporting, its purpose is not to get ahead of MAP 21 or make any assumptions about the likely outcome of MAP 21 rulemaking but instead was designed to explore approaches for talking about transportation performance in a way that resonates with multiple audiences (such as the general public, transportation professionals, elected officials).
- TPM CMM Pilot Workshop, September 24, 2015, Chicago - Full Report (.pdf, 1 mb)
- TPM CMM Pilot Workshop, September 24, 2015, Chicago - Executive Summary (.pdf, 0.5 mb)
- 2nd Annual USDOT Data Palooza Summary of Proceedings (.pdf, 0.5 mb)
- Phase 2: FHWA Performance Reporting Prototype Technical Report - Final Report (.pdf, 3 mb)
- Example: FHWA Transportation Performance Management Case Study: North Carolina DOT: Development of a Performance Management System (.pdf, 1 mb)
- MAP-21 Putting Performance into Action (.pdf, 0.3 mb)
- Phase 1: FHWA Performance Reporting Final Report Part One of Two (.pdf, 12 mb)
- Phase 1: FHWA Performance Reporting Final Report Part Two of Two (.pdf, 1 mb)
- Sample National Report Demo
The purpose of this demonstration website is to develop a test approach that will be used to solicit reaction and to gather input.