FHWA offers a number of options for practitioners to develop skills needed to meet the requirements of Transportation Performance Management (TPM).
- NHI 138020 - Getting Started on Effective TPM for the On-Road Mobile Source Emissions Reduction Measure (Web-based Training)
- This 1-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course provides an effective, time efficient, and accessible format for practitioners in State DOTs, MPOs, FHWA, and other groups. This format provides a richer context for information than static materials through the use of knowledge checks and other interactive features. More information on NHI 138020.
- NHI 138017 - Introduction to Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) (Web-based Training)
- The goal of this 1-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course is to introduce learners to the HPMS program, its purpose and uses, and how HPMS relates to their jobs. It will help learners understand the history of HPMS, the HPMS data model, data that must be collected and reported, and submission requirements. The course will provide participants with the introductory knowledge needed to ensure their State DOT is complying with HPMS requirements. More information on NHI 138017.
- NHI 138018 - Getting Started on Effective TPM for Freight (Web based Training)
- The goal of this 1-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course is to provide individuals with a foundational knowledge of legislation and regulatory requirements related to freight bottlenecks and reliability. This foundation will give participants the skills needed to begin helping their DOT and/or MPO meet the new requirements. More information on NHI 138018.
- NHI 138016 - Implementing Performance-Based Planning and Programming (Web-based Training)
- The goal of this web-based course is to provide learners with an introductory overview of the key elements and requirements of transportation performance management (TPM) and the performance-based planning and programming (PBPP) framework. The course will give participants the information and resources necessary to begin understanding PBPP to implement it effectively. More information on NHI 138016.
- NHI 138019 - Transportation Performance Management for Congestion including Freight, Self-Study (Web-based Training)
- The goal of this 6-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course is to provide the target audience with the skills and abilities to compile and analyze highway system performance data, calculate highway system performance measures, establish highway system performance targets, report highway system performance, and assess progress toward achieving performance targets. More information on NHI 138019.
- NHI 138014 - Getting Started on Effective TPM for Pavements (Web based Training)
The goal of this 1-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course is to provide individuals with a foundational knowledge of the new legislation and regulatory requirements related to pavement condition performance. This foundation will give participants the tools and skills needed to begin helping their DOT and/or MPO meet the new requirements. More information on NHI 138014.
- NHI 138015 - Getting Started on Effective TPM for Bridges (Web based Training)
The goal of this 1-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course is to give learners an introduction to the new legislation and regulatory requirements related to bridge condition performance. It will help them build a working knowledge of the actions necessary to meet these requirements. This goal will give participants the skills needed to comply with regulation requirements, including data needs, metric calculations, reporting, target setting, collaboration with partners, and making significant progress relative to their state's identified performance needs. More information on NHI 138015.
- NHI 138005 - Transportation Performance Management Overview for the MAP-21 and FAST Acts (Web based Training)
This 1.5-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course presents an overview of the Transportation Performance Management (TPM) provisions of MAP-21 and FAST, describes the responsibilities that agencies at various levels (Federal, State, and MPO) have in delivering these requirements, and captures best practices in use today that can help agencies get started on meeting the requirements. More information on NHI 138005.
- NHI 138008 - TPM for Bridges
This one-day Instructor-led Training course offered by NHI, the authoritative source in transportation training, begins with an overview of key performance management concepts. It then reviews performance measures defined for assessing and reporting bridge performance. Finally, the course details how to set and report bridge performance targets and assess performance against agency targets. The main goals of the course are to provide agency staff with the skills and abilities to use the national bridge performance management measures to assess bridge condition, establish bridge performance targets, report bridge performance, and assess progress toward achieving bridge performance targets in compliance with the TPM requirements in 23 CFR 490. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course.
- NHI 138009 - Transportation Performance Management for Pavements
This one-day, instructor-led training course offered by NHI reviews concepts in Transportation Performance Management (TPM), identifies specific measures used for characterizing pavement conditions, and provides methods for analyzing and recommending pavement condition targets and approaches for monitoring pavement networks. The final portion of the course focuses on performance monitoring and approaches for updating performance targets over time. The main goal of the course is to provide agency staff with the skills and abilities to use the national measures to assess pavement condition, establish pavement condition targets, and report and evaluate pavement performance over time. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course.
- NHI 138011 - The Role of Data in Transportation Performance Management
This two-day course begins with an overview of data management. It then details each part of the data supply chain, covering common needs, considerations, and challenges. It also covers issues related to data assessment and data improvement planning. Upon completion, participants will be able to describe TPM data analysis needs for system performance measure areas; list data requirements related to the use of performance projections for target setting; identify common data quality issues and existing gaps along with techniques for addressing them, and develop a data management and improvement plan. The primary audience comprises entry- to mid-level data managers and analysts with TPM-related responsibilities at State DOT, metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) and national organizations as well as FHWA employees. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course
- NHI 138012 - Effective Target Setting for TPM
This two-day course explains the elements of target setting and how to establish reasonable, attainable performance targets. Upon completion, participants will be able to explain the key steps and factors in target setting; set targets; identify coordination needs; identify key stakeholder roles; and identify effective communication strategies. The primary audience comprises program managers, planners, and engineers responsible for target setting and transportation plans at State DOT, metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), regional transit agencies, and employees at FHWA and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) who provide oversight for and assistance with target setting. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course.
- NHI 138013 - Effective Target Setting for Transportation Performance Management (Web based Training)
This 6.5-hour Web-based Training (WBT) course supports the larger objective of helping State DOTs and MPOs understand how to implement performance management principles by teaching how to develop and set performance targets that will support progress toward an agency's strategic goals. This course answers the question, "How do I set targets?" by providing an in-depth review of the steps necessary. More information on NHI-138013.
- Safety Performance Management Training Video
The 28-minute video serves as a comprehensive review of FHWA's Safety Performance Measures Final Rule for State DOTs, State Highway Safety Offices, MPOs and other safety stakeholders. To view it, visit the Safety Performance Management web page and click on "Safety Performance Management Training Video" under Informational Webinars.
- NHI 138006 - Transportation Performance Management (TPM) for Safety
This two-day course explains the safety performance measures and noteworthy practices for States to adopt to comply with the Moving Ahead with Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) and Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act requirements. It recommends an evidence-based and data-driven methodology for target establishment and provides an understanding of the data needed. The course also helps improve participants' ability to set targets.Â Participants are encouraged to have a foundational knowledge of transportation performance management or to have taken MAP-21 Transportation Performance Management Overview (Including FAST Act Updates) (NHI-138004; see below). Sign up for session alerts, or host this class.
In addition to TPM for Safety, TPM-related fact sheets, webinars and other materials from the FHWA Office of Safety are available online.
- NHI 138007 - Performance-based Planning and Programming
This two-day course familiarizes transportation agencies with the key elements of a performance-based planning and programming (PBPP) framework; how PBPP supports TPM; and how both PBPP and TPM relate to the requirements for transportation planning and transportation system performance. The course is recommended for transportation professionals at State DOT, MPOs, regional planning organizations (RPOs), transit agencies and USDOT who are responsible for developing and implementing performance-based plans and programs and those who are responsible for integrating and linking related requirements. Participants should have knowledge of the planning process and the collaboration needed for it. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course.
- NHI 138004 - TPM Overview for the MAP-21 and FAST Acts
This one-day course provides a basic Â overview of TPM provisions of MAP-21 and the FAST act; describes the responsibilities that agenciesâ€”federal state, metropolitan planning organizations (MPO), regional transportation planning organizations (RTPO) and transitâ€”have in delivering these requirements; highlights data's importance in meeting performance management provisions; and shares noteworthy practices. The course is highly recommended for those interested in taking more detailed system-specific TPM implementation training. Sign up for session alerts, or host this course.