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1 Implementation of Transportation Performance Management Title Program Subtitle Meeting Date January 19, 2017 Office Arizona of Transportation Rural Summit

2 The MAP 21 Charge (23 USC 150(a) Declaration of Policy) Performance Management Will: transform the Federal aid highway program provide a means to the most efficient investment of funds By: refocusing on national transportation goals, increasing accountability & transparency, and improving project decision making 2

3 Evolution of the Federal Program Manage Expand Build Process Review Outcome Performance Project Oversight 3

4 What is Transportation Performance Management (TPM)? A strategic approach that uses system information to make investment and policy decisions to achieve transportation system performance goals Investment and Policy Decisions System Owner System Information

5 MAP 21 Background Performance Elements National Goals Measures Targets Plans Reports Accountability and Transparency 5

6 TPM Elements 1. National Goals National Goal Areas: Safety Infrastructure condition Congestion reduction System reliability Freight movement and economic vitality Environmental sustainability Reduced project delivery delays

7 TPM Elements 2. Measures Areas Program Highway Safety Improvement Program Measure Area Number of fatalities Fatalities per million vehicle miles traveled Number of serious injuries Serious injuries per million vehicle miles traveled National Highway Performance Program Pavement condition Bridge condition System performance

8 TPM Elements 2. Measure Areas (cont.) Program Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program Measure Area Traffic congestion On-road mobile source emissions National Freight Movement Freight movement on the interstate system

9 TPM Elements 3. Targets Specific numerical figures with expected future performance (e.g., X decrease in traffic fatalities in Y years) Process varies from State to State States and MPOs establish their own targets, but must coordinate Target setting is iterative and ongoing

10 TPM Elements 4. Plans Multimodal Plans Safety Infrastructure Condition Congestion/ Air Quality Freight Transit State/MPO Long Range Transportation Plans State/MPO Transportation Improvement Programs Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) Congestion Management Process (CMP) CMAQ Performance Plan State Freight Plan Transit Safety Plan Transit Asset Management Plan

11 TPM Elements 5. Reports State and MPO reports on system performance measures and targets every 2 years USDOT Report to Congress

12 TPM Elements 6. Accountability and Transparency Reporting Minimum standards for infrastructure condition and specific safety requirements FHWA will assess progress States without TAMPs have funding matched at only 65% (instead of 80%)

13 TPM Roles and Responsibilities USDOT Rulemaking Report to Congress Stewardship and oversight States and MPOs Establish targets Incorporate national goals and measures into plans and programs Report progress to USDOT (States)

14 Performance Areas Safety Performance Measures Highway Safety Improvement Program Statewide and Metro Planning; Non Metro Planning NPRM Comments Due Anticipated Final Rule March 11, 2014 Closed June 30, 2014 March 28, 2014 Closed June 30, 2014 June 2, 2014 Closed October 2, 2014 Published March 16, 2016 Published March 16, 2016 Published May 27, 2016 Pavement and Bridge Performance Measures January 5, 2015 Closed May 8, 2015 Published January 9, 2017 Highway Asset Management Plan February 20, 2015 Closed May Published October 24, 2016 System Performance Measures April 22, 2016 Closed August (120 days) Published January 9,

15 Safety Performance Final Rule 5 Measures (5 year rolling average) Fatalities and Fatality Rate Serious Injuries and Serious Injury Rate Non motorized safety (Fatalities plus Serious Injuries) Annual State and MPO targets One common definition for serious injuries Annual reporting on performance Annual assessment of progress 15

16 Asset Management Plan Targets Long term context Existing baseline conditions Budget constraints Agencies may use targets to measure the interim progress on a measure Short term context 16

17 Asset Management Plan NHS pavement and bridge Assets national measures for bridge and pavement condition targets the State DOT develops for those measures Pre existing measures & targets cannot and will not substitute for the national measures under 23 U.S.C. 150(c) or required section 150(d) State targets 17

18 Pavement/Bridge Proposal Measures Bridge condition % of bridges in Good/Poor Condition Pavement condition % of pavements in Good/Poor Condition 4 year performance periods State and MPO target setting requirements 2 year progress reviews of States 18

19 System Performance, CMAQ, Freight Proposal Travel Time Measures Reliability Peak Hour Travel Time Delay Emissions Reduction in CMAQ Criteria Pollutants Reduction in CO2 (greenhouse gas) National travel time database 4 year performance periods State and MPO target setting requirements Unique requirements large urbanized areas 2 year progress reviews of States 19

20 Key Safety Implementation Dates Targets/Progress Reporting July 1, 2017 NHTSA targets due August 31, 2017 FHWA targets due February, 2018 MPO targets due December, 2019 Progress determination (2016 baseline) March, 2020 FHWA reports determination to States October 1, 2020 Consequence of non compliance 20

21 Key Proposed Non Safety Implementation Dates Targets/Progress Reporting October, 2018 State targets/baseline report due NLT 180 days after MPO targets due October, 2020 Progress determination October, 2022 Consequence of non compliance Bridge/Pavement Minimum Condition June, 2016 Bridge determination (3 consecutive years) October, 2016 Bridge penalty 1 year after effective date Pavement determination (1 year) Following fiscal year Pavement penalty 21

22 What s Next from FHWA? Final Rules Pavement/Bridge Condition Measures, System Performance/ Freight/ CMAQ Measures Guidance Training Workshops and Peer Exchanges Technical assistance and support 22

23 One Integrated TPM PCB Program at FHWA TPM Office 2 Team Structure Programs Professional Capacity Building (PCB) PCB Vision and Components Similar to other agency capacity building focus with a special focus on cross cutting TPM topics Includes training, technical assistance, tools, peer exchanges Draft Strategic Plan Developed and Will be Shared Communications and Outreach Website and informational materials will be updated TPM Training Meetings will be broadened to include all TPM PCB activities 23

24 FHWA s TPM Capacity Building Program Training Technical Assistance Informational Materials Tools and Methods FHWA Discipline Support Stakeholder Engagement

25 7 Unique Training Courses MAP 21 TPM 101 Course MAP 21 TPM 201 Courses Target Setting Safety Perf. Based planning Pavement and Bridge Congestion/Air Quality/Freight Data Management Delivery Models Pooled Fund Coordination Other Training Needs 25

26 TPM Guidebook Focuses on how rather than what Majority of guidebook devoted to implementation steps and related agency examples Self contained and modular Note: not intended for regulatory compliance 26

27 Toolbox Homepage 27

28 Performance Reporting State DOT Progress Reporting Portal Performance Storytelling System Performance 28

29 Infographics Communicating Transportation Performance Performance Reports Today s Innovation, Tomorrow s Best Practice 29

30 Thank You 30