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Using Data Collection Year instead of Data Reporting Year

In the line graphs presenting the condition/performance and targets for each State for the non-safety performance measures, FHWA uses Data Collection Year instead of Data Reporting Year to better represent snapshot condition/performance with respect to the performance period framework [23 CFR 490.105(e)(4), 490.107(b)(2)(ii)(A) and (b)(3)(ii)(A)] across all non-safety performance areas. As provided in 23 CFR 490.107(b)(2)(ii)(A), baseline condition/performance is derived from the latest data collected through the beginning date of the performance period. The table below shows the data collection years and the metric data reporting years for the baseline condition/performance for each non-safety measure for the first performance period.

Measure Area Baseline Data Collection Year(s) Baseline Metric Data Reporting Year
Non-Interstate NHS Pavement Condition 2016/2017 Reported to HPMS in 2018
Bridge Condition Bridge inspection cycle through March 2018 Reported to NBI in March 2018
System Reliability 2017 Reported to HPMS in 2018
Freight 2017 Reported to HPMS in 2018
Emissions Reductions --- Projects obligated in Fiscal Years 2014-2017 reported to CMAQ Public Access System through March 2018
Peak-Hour Excessive Delay Measure 2017 Reported to HPMS in 2018
Non-Single Occupancy Vehicle Travel Measure 2017 The most recent ACS data as of August 15th of the year in which the State Biennial Performance Report is due to FHWA.

Note: ACS 5-year annual estimate for 2012 to 2016.
Updated: 05/04/2022
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