- Performance Dashboards and Scorecards
- Safety, Mobility, Congestion
- Asset Management
- Events, Conferences, Workshops, Webinars
- Performance Measures & Reports
- Research, Technical Reports, Guides
1. Performance Dashboards and Scorecards
Alaska DOT&PF Performance Dashboard
Alaska DOT - 10/09/2016
Key Performance Indicators
City & County of San Francisco City Performance Scorecard
SFgov.org - 10/09/2016
Virginia DOT Dashboard
VDOT - 10/09/2016
Performance Reporting System for Projects and Programs
2. Safety, Mobility, Congestion
State of Missouri Highway Safety & Performance Plan
Missouri DOT - 10/09/2016
Through extensive data analysis, current research findings, and best practices, strategies were identified that must be implemented in order to make significant progress toward reaching the projected goal of 700 or fewer fatalities by 2016.
Safety Performance Management
FHWA, Safety - 10/09/2016
New fact sheets and supplemental materials. Safety Performance Management (Safety PM) is part of the overall Transportation Performance Management (TPM) program, which FHWA defines as a strategic approach that uses system information to make investment and policy decision to achieve national performance goals. The Safety PM Final Rule supports the HSIP, as it establishes safety performance measure requirements for the purpose of carrying out the HSIP and to assess fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.
U.S. DOT, National Safety Council launch 'Road to Zero' Coalition to end roadway fatalities
Roadtraffic-technology.com - 10/09/2016
The Road to Zero Coalition will initially focus on promoting proven lifesaving strategies, such as improving seat belt use, installing rumble strips, truck safety, behavior change campaigns and data-driven enforcement. Additionally, the coalition will then lead the development of a new scenario-based vision on how to achieve zero traffic deaths based on evidence-based strategies and a systematic approach to eliminating risks.
Traffic Safety Facts
NHTSA's National Center for Statistics and Analysis - 10/09/2016
Early Estimate of Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities for the First Half (Jan-Jun) of 2016
Montana Highway Safety Plan for Federal Fiscal Year 2017
MDT - 10/09/2016
During Fiscal Year 2017, the Montana State Highway Traffic Safety Section will continue to analyze crash data to develop and implement performance measures that will assist in meeting established goals.
Next Generation Concrete Surface Improves Safety
Public Works - 10/09/2016
North Dakota DOT Improves Safety and Rideability Utilizing the Next Generation Concrete Surface
2015 Urban Congestion Trends: Communicating Improved Operations with Big Data
FHWA, Office of Operations - 10/09/2016
Report provides the current state of congestion and reliability in the largest urban areas in the United States. This report also highlights relevant successful operational strategies and performance management approaches implemented by state and local transportation agencies.
3. Asset Management
Consolidated Asset Management for Minnesota Local Agencies
Minnesota DOT - 10/09/2016
This project gathered information about current local and state agency practices for transportation asset management plans that track the condition of a variety of transportation assets in a single system.
Caltrans 2016 Asset Management Performance Report
Caltrans - 10/09/2016
Asset Management Plan - Phase 1
4. Events, Conferences, Workshops, Webinars
TRB Webinar: Environmental Performance Measures for State Departments of Transportation
TRB - 10/09/2016
TRB will conduct a webinar on Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 1:00 to 2:30 PM ET that features research from National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 809: Environmental Performance Measures for State Departments of Transportation. This webinar will identify potential environmental performance measures that can be integrated into a transportation agency's performance management program. The presenters will discuss an approach for adding environmental performance considerations to the performance topics that state departments of transportation (DOTs) routinely monitor.
Free Webinar: Safety Performance Measures & Serious Injury Reporting Requirement Webinar
FHWA Office of Safety & Office of Transportation Performance Management - 10/09/2016
Wed, November 2, 2016 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
TRB 96th Annual Meeting
TRB - 10/09/2016
January 8-12, 2017 Washington DC | Register online by November 30 to take advantage of lower fees and to obtain a hotel guest room. Registration is required to secure a guest room within the TRB Hotel Block.
Webinar: Talking Freight October 2016
FHWA Freight Office and FHWA Planning Office - 10/09/2016
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 1:00: PM EDT - 2:30: PM EDT | This webinar, which is a joint webinar between the FHWA Freight Office and FHWA Planning Office and part of the Planning Office's Regional Models of Cooperation initiative, will focus on different types of regional collaboration in freight planning.
2016 AMPO Annual Conference
AMPO - 10/09/2016
October 25-28, 2016, The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel | Don't miss the TPM workshop on the Agenda set for October 25th
4. Performance Measures & Reports
Q & A on Safety Performance Measures Final Rule
FHWA Office of Safety - 10/09/2016
Montana Performance Tracking
MDT - 10/09/2016
ODOT Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report
ODOT - 10/09/2016
ODOT's Success Factors. ODOT tracks and publishes the status and trend for various metrics used to assess the department's performance
Caltrans Performance Measurement System (PeMS)
Caltrans PeMS - 10/09/2016
The traffic data displayed on the map is collected in real-time from over 39,000 individual detectors. These sensors span the freeway system across all major metropolitan areas of the State of California.
6. Research, Technical Reports, Guides
Will Drones Transform Bridge Inspection
Commercial UAV News - 10/09/2016
Drones have been heralded as the next big thing in bridge inspection.
WORK ZONE SAFETY- HOW TO MAKE CONSTRUCTION SITES SAFER
Crossroads, Minnesota Transportation Research Blog - 10/09/2016
A roundup of of work zone safety projects under way or recently completed by MnDOT and the Minnesota Local Road Research board (lrrb)
2016 Sweet Sixteen High Value Research Projects
AASHTO - 10/09/2016
Every January, the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Research Advisory Committee (RAC) Value of Research Task Force solicits states to select recently completed â€œHigh Value Researchâ€� (HVR) projects for submission as examples of â€œTransportation Excellence Through Research.â€� Projects are submitted to the Value of Research Task Force by the end of March. The RAC then publishes an annual compilation of all HVR projects in a document entitled Research Impacts: Better-Faster-Cheaper.
Putting Research into Practice: Sinusoidal Centerline Rumble Strips Perform Better Than MnDOT's Current Design
MnDOT - 10/09/2016
In field tests of sinusoidal centerline rumble strips, all four designs tested produced less exterior noise than the current design, but enough interior noise to alert drivers if they drift outside their lanes. The design that produced the most noise inside a pickup truck was recommended for implementation.
Use of Narrow Lanes and Narrow Shoulders on Freeways: a Primer on Experiences, Current Practice, and Implementation Considerations
FHWA - 10/09/2016
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has released a primer that provides information to policy makers, transportation agency managers, designers and operators on the use of narrow lanes and narrow shoulders to improve capacity within an existing roadway footprint.
Transportation Infrastructure Flooding: Sensing Water Levels and Rerouting Traffic Out of Danger
MATS UTC - 10/09/2016
The current research project seeks to protect drivers who are on the road as flooding occurs and those who have not yet entered a particular road and must be re-routed. Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach (hydrology, regional climate and precipitation forecasting, and transportation engineering), the project is using modeling and simulation to identify patterns of tidal levels and rainfall intensities and durations that cause flooding, using the data to forecast periods when roadways may be flooded.
APPLES TO APPLES: MEASURING THE PERFORMANCE OF TRANSIT AND ROADWAYS EQUIVALENTLY
TRB - 10/09/2016
This paper proposes a methodology to assess transit performance using travel time and travel time reliability similarly to highway performance measurement.
Long-Term Pavement Performance Program - Pavement Performance Measures and Forecasting and the Effects of Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategy on Treatment Effectiveness
FHWA - 10/09/2016
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has released a tech brief that presents the methodologies and procedures used to analyze the Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) data to develop and implement pavement performance measures and to analyze treatment effectiveness.
FHWA Guidance: Initial State Performance Report
FHWA - 10/09/2016
Title 23 U.S.C. 150(e) requires State DOTs to submit reports on performance targets and progress in achieving established targets to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) not later than October 1, 2016. The FHWA recognizes that reporting State Department of Transportation (DOT) targets by October 1, 2016, is not feasible since the first performance measures final rule requiring this report will not be effective by October 1, 2016. The FHWA also recognizes that since the second and third performance measures rules will not be effective prior to October 1, 2016, State DOTs will not have a full year to establish their targets. As a result, FHWA is issuing this guidance to assist State DOTs with meeting the statutory requirement.
State of Rhode Island Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2017-2025
State of Rhode Island - 10/09/2016
The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a list of transportation projects the State of Rhode Island intends to implement using UnitedStates Department of Transportation funds.
South Dakota Department of Transportation 2017-2020 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program
South Dakota DOT - 10/09/2016
SdDOT uses this program as a planning guide and not as a binding commitment to deliver the projects exactly as described by the proposed dates. This program is subject to revisions and changes which may be required by unforeseen situations such as additional construction cost increases, delays in acquiring right-of-way, or complex design and environmental issues which must be resolved.
MoDOT Planning: Statewide Transportation Improvement Program 2017-2021
MoDOT - 10/09/2016
The STIP, prepared annually, sets forth the specific construction projects MoDOT will undertake in the next five years. It covers highways and bridges, transit, aviation, rail, waterways, bicycle, pedestrian, and other projects.