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Freight and Transportation Performance Management

Freight and Transportation Performance Management Technical Service Team

Freight and Transportation Performance Management (TPM) is one of 11 teams (TSTs) within the Federal Highway Administration’s Resource Center. The Freight and TPM team works closely with FHWA Headquarters, field offices and other Federal agencies to provide technical assistance, technology deployment and training to partners and customers in the fields of freight and transportation performance management.


Freight Technical Expertise Transportation Performance Management Technical Expertise

Connected Vehicles/Autonomous Vehicles–Freight Connections Truck Platooning

Economic Analysis/Economic Development

Freight Planning (including State Freight Plans; Condition & Performance Report)

Freight Project Development & Delivery (including project requirements; FASTLANE; major project risks)

Freight Data (including Freight Analysis Framework (FAF); Vehicle Inventory and Use Survey (VIUS); NPMRDS; Freight Data Training; Big Data)

Freight and Public Involvement/Participation Engagement with the Private Sector

Freight Funding and Financing (including National Highway Freight Program)

Freight Networks (including NHFN, NFMN, CUFC, CFRC)

Freight Operations (including system resiliency; bottleneck analysis; border technology; intermodal connectors etc)

Models and Analytical Tools/Resources (including: Freight Analysis Framework (FAF), Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) projects; Quick Response Freight Manual, etc)

Performance Measures, Targets and Goals (Freight)

Freight Project Forecasts and Performance Risks

SHRP 2 C20 (Freight Data and Modeling Projects)

Truck Parking

Truck Size and Weight

Urban Freight Issues

Analytical Tools and Applications for TPM

Asset Management

Connected Vehicles/Autonomous Vehicles–TPM Connections

Coordination (performance related; including documentation)

(TPM) Corporate Maturity Model/Organizational Assessments

Data Management

Data Reporting

Economic Analysis

Freight Performance Management (including Freight Bottleneck Analysis)

(TPM) Fundamentals and Overview

HPMS Data and Issues

Investment Strategies/Resource Allocation/Programming

(TPM) Monitoring, Evaluation and Accountability (Cross-Program)

National Performance Management Data Set (NPMRDS)

Performance Goals, Objectives, Measures (Cross-Program)

Performance Based Analysis (including baseline trends; needs analysis; strategy identification; investment priorities)

Performance Based Plans (including integration of performance based plans)

Performance Reports/Reporting

Project Level Forecasts and Analysis (including Performance Risks)

Scenario Planning/Scenario Planning Tools (TPM Connections)

Trade Off Analysis (Cross-Program; Multimodal)

Transportation Network Data

Travel Demand Models (TPM Connections)

Travel Time Reliability Data (Use and Application)

Vehicle Occupancy Data




Team Manager

Lisa Randall
Freight and TPM Team Manager
12300 West Dakota Avenue Suite 340
Lakewood, CO 80228
Ph: (720) 963-3209
Lisa.randall@dot.gov

Team Members

Brian Betlyon
Freight Specialty Areas: Freight and Environmental Justice Considerations; Plan Integration; Freight Performance Management; State DOT/MPO Coordination; Freight and Scenario Planning; Freight Reliability; Freight and Land Use; Freight and System Resiliency
TPM Specialty Areas: Target Setting; Performance Based Planning and Programming; Performance Based Plans and Plan Integration; State DOT/MPO Coordination; Performance Reporting; Performance Monitoring and Evaluation; Performance Based Investment Strategies and Resource Allocation; National Performance Goals, Measures and Targets ; Performance Based Analysis;

Tom Kearney
Freight Specialty Areas: Freight Operations; Truck Parking; Truck Size and Weight; Connected Vehicles/Connected Automation for Freight; Freight Performance Management; Urban Freight Issues; FRATIS (Freight Advanced Traveler Information System); Freight and System Resiliency
TPM Specialty Areas: Analytical Tools and Applications for TPM; Cross-Program and Multimodal Trade-Off Analysis; CV/AV and Linkages with TP; Performance Based Investment Strategies and Resource Allocation; Performance Based Analysis

Jack Lord
Freight Specialty Areas: Freight Planning; Freight Program Development and Delivery; Freight Funding and Financing; Freight Performance Management; State DOT/MPO Coordination; State Freight Plans; Freight Advisory Committees; Engaging the Private Sector; Freight and Land Use; Urban Freight Issues
TPM Specialty Areas: State DOT/MPO Coordination; Performance Reporting; Performance Monitoring and Evaluation;; Performance Based Investment Strategies and Resource Allocation; National Performance Goals, Measures and Targets ; Performance Based Plans and Plan Integration

Vidya Mysore
Freight Specialty Areas: SHRP2 Freight Products; Freight Analysis Framework; NPMRDS (National Performance Monitoring Data Set); Freight Performance Management; Freight Bottleneck Analysis; Vehicle Inventory and Use Survey (VIUS); Freight Reliability; Freight Data; Freight Analytical Tools; Freight Model Improvement Program
TPM Specialty Areas: HPMS; Data Management for TPM; Pavement Data; Asset Management and TPM; Cross-Program and Multimodal Trade-Off Analysis; Target Setting ; Performance Based Investment Strategies and Resource Allocation; Performance Monitoring and Evaluation; Performance Reporting; National Performance Goals, Measures and Targets; Performance Based Analysis

Eric Pihl
Freight Specialty Areas: SHRP2 Travel Analysis Products; Freight Data; Travel Demand Models; Truck Models; Quick Response Freight Manual; Freight Performance Management; Freight and Scenario Planning; Economic Analysis for Freight Projects; Freight Reliability; Freight Analytical Tools; Freight and System Resiliency
TPM Specialty Areas: Project Level Analysis and Forecasting(All Stages of Transportation Development); Analytical Tools and Applications for TPM; Cross-Program and Multimodal Trade-Off Analysis; Performance Reporting; Performance Monitoring and Evaluation; Performance Based Investment Strategies and Resource Allocation; National Performance Goals, Measures and Targets; Performance Based Analysis

 

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