Performance Measures Workshop, May 18, 2017

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1 Measuring What Matters: Above and Beyond Requirements Performance Measures Workshop, May 18, 2017

2 Presentation Overview Background - origin and evolution of the Regional Outcomes Framework. Regional Outcomes metrics and status of data and forecasting Discussion - input as to what measures (and data) the PSRC should consider after T2040 adoption.

3 VISION 2040 Regional Growth Strategy Develop compact communities and centers Promote growth in Metropolitan, Core and Larger Cities Minimize incompatible rural development Improve regional jobs-housing balance Develop consistent regional targeting methods and planning horizons

4 Transportation Performance Measurement Background 2008 Vision Transportation 2040 Direction to create project prioritization process 2011 Congestion and Mobility Report 2014 Transportation 2040 Update, developed and used Prioritization Process, adopted by the General Assembly 2017 Transportation 2040 Update, will utilize the Regional Outcomes Framework (built from Prioritization work) 2017 Health / Equity (Physical Activity) and Maintenance and Preservation have been added as additional outcomes

5 VISION 2040 REGIONAL OUTCOMES Congestion Management Process Regional Outcome Framework Throughout Planning Stages Planning Stages Long Range Planning T2040 Project Evaluation T2040 Scenario Analysis Short Range Planning/ Federal Funding Process Note: Regional Outcomes evolved from Prioritization TIP Project Selection Performance Trends Observed Information

6 VISION 2040 REGIONAL OUTCOMES Congestion Management Process Regional Outcome Framework Throughout Planning Stages Planning Stages Long Range Planning T2040 Project Evaluation T2040 Scenario Analysis Short Range Planning/ Federal Funding Process TIP Project Selection Focus for Today s meeting Performance Trends Observed Information

7 VISION 2040 PSRC Regional Outcomes Above and Beyond Requirements Air Quality & Climate Change - Clean air and reduce climate change precursors Freight - Efficient, reliable freight mobility Health Equity - Travel options promote health and well being Jobs Access to Jobs Multi-Modal - System is integrated and provides alternatives to driving alone Maintenance and Preservation - The system is maintained and in good repair Puget Sound Land and Water - Clean water and land Safety & System Security - Safe and secure transportation system Social Equity & Access to Opportunity - Improved mobility for all and reduced negative impacts to vulnerable populations Support for Centers - Support existing and new populations in centers Travel - Transportation system is efficient, reliable and convenient for people, goods and services

8 VISION 2040 PSRC Regional Outcomes Above and Beyond Requirements Air Quality & Climate Change - Clean air and reduce climate change precursors* Freight - Efficient, reliable freight mobility * Health Equity - Travel options promote health and well being Jobs Access to Jobs Multi-Modal - System is integrated and provides alternatives to driving alone * Maintenance and Preservation - The system is maintained and in good repair * Puget Sound Land and Water - Clean water and land Safety & System Security - Safe and secure transportation system * * Federal requirements integrate with existing Regional Outcomes Social Equity & Access to Opportunity - Improved mobility for all and reduced negative impacts to vulnerable populations Support for Centers - Support existing and new populations in centers Travel - Transportation system is efficient, reliable and convenient for people, goods and services *

9 How and When is Performance Evaluated? Fall Long Range Transportation Plan Forecasts and modeling updated every four years (T2040 System Analysis Report) Spring Long Range Transportation Plan System Performance Report (new requirement to report on progress meeting targets for federal performance measures) Ongoing - Performance Trends Produced on flexible schedule and online as data becomes available Ongoing - Congestion Management Process Data will be updated online using new tools

10 VISION 2040 Air Quality & Climate Change Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project reduce air pollutants including greenhouse gas emissions and criteria pollutants? How well does the project avoid impacts to sensitive populations? How well does the project use alternative energy, cleaner fuels, or less energy? Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

11 Air Quality & Climate Change Clean air and reduce negative impacts on the climate Performance Trends (Observed Data) Criteria Pollutant Annual Monitoring Reports and Emissions by Transportation Sector Percent Change in Tailpipe CO2 Emissions on the National Highway System (delayed indefinitely) On Road Mobile Source Emissions(delayed indefinitely) Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Regional criteria pollutant emissions Regional CO2 emissions, and the Four-Part GHG Strategy VMT per capita Transportation conformity results Estimate of Benefits from Emission Reductions Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

12 Air Quality & Climate Change: Example Metrics Performance Trends (Observed Data) Source: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency and Washington State Department of Ecology

13 Air Quality & Climate Change: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling

14 VISION 2040 Freight Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project provide benefits to freight-related system users by improving travel time, reliability, and efficiency for freight haulers (all freight modes), and how well does the project reduce conflicts? How well does the project support planned development in Manufacturing and Industrial Centers (MICs) and other freightrelated areas? How well does the project serve designated Freight and Goods Transportation System routes? Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

15 Freight Efficient Freight Mobility Performance Trends (Observed Data) Percent of the Interstate System Mileage providing for Reliable Truck Travel Times - Truck Travel Time Reliability (final on May 20) Heavy tonnage truck system Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Total Delay for Trucks (PHFN/network) Truck Vehicle Miles Traveled (Medium/Heavy) Total truck trips to individual MICs Per Truck Trip Delay Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

16 Freight: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Freight Measure Today Future Daily Truck Delay Hours 36,500 57,600 Daily Truck Vehicle Miles 6,118,800 8,168,500

17 VISION 2040 Health / Equity Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions Does the project improves opportunities for bicycle and pedestrian travel. Does the project improves bicycle and pedestrian access within ¼ mile of a (MTS) transit stop. Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

18 Health / Equity Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions: Health/Equity Does the project improve opportunities for bicycle and pedestrian travel? If yes: Has design on this project begun yet? Yes/No If yes and this project is located within the Urban Growth Area, do you plan to follow the Urban Bikeway Design Guide and/or the Urban Street Design Guide from the National Association of City Transportation Officials? These guides provide information related to the safety and comfort of bicycle and pedestrian facilities relative to the adjacent roadway environment. Yes/No These guides provide information related to the safety and comfort of bicycle and pedestrian facilities relative to the adjacent roadway environment. Does the project improve bicycle and pedestrian access within ¼ mile of a (MTS) transit stop? If yes: Has design on this project begun yet? If yes and this project is located within the Urban Growth Area, do you plan to follow the Urban Street Design Guide from the National Association of City Transportation Officials? This guide provides recommendations for safe and accessible pedestrian crossings.

19 Health / Equity Travel Options Promote Health and Well Being for All Performance Trends (Observed Data) Work in Progress Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Number of Bikers and Walkers Percent of Population that Bikes or Walks Average Daily Time Spent Biking or Walking Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component Metrics for Health / Equity are Crosscutting Among Other Outcome Categories: Travel, Social Equity & Access to Opportunity, Multimodal, Air Quality and Climate Change, Safety and Security

20 Health / Equity: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Active Transport Plan Number of Walkers, including Walking to Transit 1,710,545 % of Population who Walks 28% 35% Number of Bikers 206,209 % of Population who Bikes 4% 4% Average daily time spent Walking per Walker (minutes) Average Time Spent Biking per Biker(minutes) Low Income Active Transport Number of Walkers, including Walking to Transit 250,606 % of Population who Walks 34% 42% Number of Bikers % of Population who Bikes 4% 6% Average daily time spent Walking per Walker(minutes) Average Time Spent Biking per Biker(minutes) 31 31

21 VISION 2040 Jobs Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project support job retention or expansion by improving access? How well does the project provide access to job-related training or educational opportunities (vocational schools, community colleges, universities)? Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

22 Jobs Access to Jobs Performance Trends (Observed Data) Employment Within ¼ Mile of Transit Service Access (by county and region) Center to Center Travel Times for Driving and Transit Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Employment Within ¼ Mile of Transit Service Access Center to Center Travel Times for Driving and Transit Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

23 Jobs: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Total Workers and Households within ¼ mile of transit Share of jobs within ¼ mile of transit 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Employees 1,517,000 2,087, % 69% 73% Region Minority Households 742,000 1,011,000 Today % 71% 79% Low Income

24 VISION 2040 Multi-Modal Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project improve mobility through alternatives to driving alone? How well does the project improve connections between modes of travel, especially for bicyclists and pedestrians accessing transit? Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

25 Multi-Modal The System is Integrated and Provides Alternatives to Driving Alone Performance Trends (Observed Data) Mode Share Bus, Ferry, Rail and Vanpool Ridership Park and Ride Utilization / Capacity Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Mode Share Bus, Ferry, Rail and Vanpool Ridership Total Trips by Mode Percent of non-sov Travel Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

26 Multi-Modal: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Today 2040 Bus Ferry

27 VISION 2040 Puget Sound Land and Water Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change* Freight* Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal* Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security* Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project minimize critical area and habitat loss, alteration and fragmentation in designated lands? How well does the project minimize impact to designated forest and agricultural lands? How well does the project improve water quality by improving hydrological functions and/or reducing stormwater runoff? Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel* Maintenance and Preservation*

28 Puget Sound Land and Water Clean Water and Land Performance Trends (Observed Data) Work in Progress Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Percent of Households and Jobs Within the UGA Total Jobs Inside / Outside the UGA Total Households Inside / Outside the UGA Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

29 Puget Sound Land and Water: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Percent growth inside/outside of UGA Total Households inside/outside of UGA Households as % of Total HH Growth 7% 93% Inside UGA Outside UGA Jobs as % of Total Job Growth 2% 98% 0% 50% 100% 150%

30 VISION 2040 Safety & System Security Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project support safer travel by all modes (How well does it alleviate an existing problem)? How well does the project improve security? (Specific focus on facilities identified in the 2011 Puget Sound Transportation Recovery Annex). Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

31 Safety & System Security Safe and Secure Transportation System Performance Trends (Observed Data) Annual serious injuries Annual fatalities Fatalities per 100 million VMT (5 year rolling average) Serious injuries per 100 million VMT (5 year rolling average) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injuries Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Total Motor-Vehicle Accidents by Type Total Cost by Accident Type Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

32 Safety & System Security: Example Metrics Performance Trends (Observed Data) Measure No. 1 - Fatalities Puget Sound Regional Council MPA 300 Measure No. 5 - Non-motorist fatalities and serious injurie Puget Sound Regional Council MPA Fatalities (FARS) Fatalities (5-year rolling average) (FARS) Non-motorist fatalities and serious injuries Non-motorist fatalities and serious injuries (5-year rolling average)

33 VISION 2040 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project avoid creating new, mitigate existing, or eliminate previous negative impacts for the following populations: minority, low-income, elderly, youth, people with disabilities, and households without vehicles. How well does the project improve access to areas of opportunity? Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

34 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Improved mobility for all and reduced negative impacts to minority, low income, youth, people with disability and populations who do not own a vehicle Performance Trends (Observed Data) Low income populations (ACS) Minority populations (ACS) Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Out-of-Pocket Travel Cost by Income, Person Type Commute travel time and cost Total travel time and delay by income Benefits to areas with high minority and/or lowincome populations Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component Metrics for Social Equity and Access to Opportunity are Crosscutting Among Other Outcome Categories: Travel, Support for Centers, Health / Equity, Multimodal, Jobs, Air Quality and Climate Change

35 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity: Example Metrics Performance Trends (Observed Data) Share of Puget Sound Region Population by Race, Table 1: Puget Sound Region Population by Race, Average Change White Alone 2,382,773 2,579,305 2,527,485 2,562, % Black Alone 128, , , , % Asian Alone 172, , , , % Latino / Hispanic (of any race) 81, , , , % All 2,748,895 3,275,847 3,603,425 3,551, %

36 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity: Example Metrics Performance Trends (Observed Data)

37 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling

38 Social Equity & Access to Opportunity: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling

39 VISION 2040 Support for Centers Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well the does the project provide increased mobility and accessibility for regional growth center(s)? How well is the project supported by land use and planning characteristics? Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

40 Support for Centers Support Existing and New Populations in Centers Performance Trends (Observed Data) Mode share for centers (ACS) Employment growth for centers Population growth for centers Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling Mode Share in Centers VMT per capita in centers Travel time by mode between major centers Trip out-of-pocket cost to centers by income Total trips to Center Trips by Households in Center Truck trips to Center Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

41 Support for Centers: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling

42 VISION 2040 Travel Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions How well does the project improve existing travel problems? How large is the scale of the travel problem the project addresses? How well does the project improve future travel problems? How does the project improve throughput? Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

43 Travel The transportation system is efficient, reliable, and convenient for people, goods and services Performance Trends (Observed Data) Vehicle Miles Traveled (daily) Vehicle Daily Hours of Delay Percent of Person-Miles Traveled are Reliable (Interstate + NHS) Annual Hours of Peak-Hour Excessive Delay Per Capita (all vehicles) Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling VMT and VHT per day by user class Hours of Delay annually Corridor and Center to Center Travel Times for Driving and Transit Total Plan Benefits by Type of Benefit Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

44 Travel: Example Metrics Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling

45 VISION 2040 Maintenance and Preservation Regional Outcomes Air Quality & Climate Change Freight Health Equity Jobs Transportation 2040 Project Screening Evaluation Questions Handled separately in a different process - Maintenance and preservation investments are included programmatically in the plan, and are not reviewed on an individual basis. Multi-Modal Puget Sound Land and Water Safety & System Security Social Equity & Access to Opportunity Support for Centers Travel Maintenance and Preservation

46 Maintenance and Preservation The System is Maintained and in Good Repair Performance Trends (Observed Data) Pavement conditions by facility type and percent of network Transportation 2040 Forecasts and Modeling No forecasts at this time Bridge conditions structurally deficient and functionally obsolete Transit asset management average age (service life, age of fleets) Federal Planning Requirement Performance Measures with a social equity component

47 Maintenance and Preservation: Example Metrics Regional Total Local Bridge Conditions 2015 Regional Total State Bridge Conditions 2015 Poor 3% Poor 8% Fair 46% Good 46% Fair 46% Good 51% Good Fair Poor Good Fair Poor

48 Regional Outcome Toolbox Demonstration

49 Transportation 2040 Plan Update TPB Decision Guide (draft) Board Action MAR APR MAY JUN JULY SEP OCT NOV DEC Transit Asset Management Targets Financial Strategy Regional Outcomes Climate Change Safety Targets Release Plan for Public Comment Engagement Access & Parking Performance Measures (Health & Equity) Climate Change Financial Strategy State Facilities Action Plan Draft Plan System Analysis Report Draft Plan System Analysis Report Briefing Regional Integrated Transit Network Performance Measures Capacity Project Submittals Financial Strategy (Revenue & Expenditure Estimates) Regional Outcomes Draft Plan System Analysis Report Public Engagement Report-out Asset Management Proposal Information Item Transit Asset Management Project Submittals Health & Social Equity Report Climate Change Asset Management Proposal

50 System Level Analysis Regional Outcomes Next Steps June 2017: Summarize Performance Measure Workshop for TPB Spring and Fall 2017: TPB Approves Safety and Transit Asset Management Federal Measures Summer 2017: Update Congestion Management Process Fall 2017: Release T2040 System Analysis Report Fall 2018: TPB Approves Highway-Bridge Conditions and System Performance

51 Robin Mayhew, AICP Program Manager Craig Helmann Program Manager Sean Ardussi, AICP Senior Planner Suzanne Childress Principal Modeler Thank you.