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Transportation Performance Management

 

TPM Professional Capacity Building Assistance Request Form

The overarching goal of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Transportation Performance Management (TPM) Professional Capacity Building Program (PCB) is to ensure that federal, State departments of transportation (SDOT), metropolitan planning organizations (MPO), transit, and local partners are prepared to carry out performance-based transportation decision-making. Training and programmatic assistance is primarily provided through:

Eligibility

Any public authority or transportation entity may apply for programmatic assistance for the TPM PCB assistance.

TPM Request Form

Please complete the form below to request TPM programmatic assistance. FHWA will respond to all requests with recommendations on options for support and assistance.

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Metropolitan Transportation Plans
Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).
State asset management plans under the National Highway Performance Program (NHPP).
State performance plans under the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement program.
Strategic Highway Safety Plan
State Freight Plan

Evaluations

FHWA will follow up after PCB assistance is provided to obtain feedback on the overall effectiveness of the assistance event/activity. FHWA may also work with the coordinator of the event approximately six months after the exchange to assess any benefits that have resulted from the assistance. This information will be useful to improve FHWA’s delivery of PCB assistance.

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Updated: 06/21/2016
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