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MAP-21

National Performance Management Measures

An Overview of Transportation

Performance Management

Jack Jernigan

FHWA Office of RD&T


Overview of performance management
Overview of Performance Management

  • Broad consensus that performance management is important for accountability and transparency in the transportation industry

  • Most agencies track and report various aspects of system and agency performance

  • Need to integrate performance management principles into planning and programming

  • May be a requirement for a consistent national approach


Map 21 background performance
MAP-21 Background-Performance

  • National Goals–Focuses the Federal aid program on 7 goals supported through the statewide and metropolitan planning process.

  • Measures – USDOT to establish performance measures through rulemaking

  • Targets- All States, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and public transportation agencies required to establish targets for each of the measures established by USDOT.

  • Plans – All States, MPOs, and public transportation agencies are required to develop a number of plans to document strategies and investments to address performance needs.

  • Reports – All States, MPOs, and public transportation agencies are required to report on progress toward the achievement of their targets.

  • Accountability– All States will be held accountable to making significant progress toward the achievement of their targets establishedfor the National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) and the Highway Safety Improvement


10 inter related rules
10 Inter-related Rules

Highway Safety Programs Grants (NHTSA)

Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) (FHWA)

Metro and Statewide Planning (FHWA-FTA)

Safety Performance Measures (FHWA)

Infrastructure Performance Measures (FHWA)

System Performance Measures (FHWA)

Highway Asset Management Plan (FHWA)

Transit Asset Management (FTA)

National Transit Safety Program (FTA)

Transit Agency Safety Plan (FTA)


Fhwa proposal comment periods 2014 2015
FHWA Proposal Comment Periods – 2014 & 2015

Mar

Apr

Sep

Oct

Feb

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Nov

Dec

Jan

HSIP

Stage 1

Safety PM

Planning

Asset Management

Stage 2

Infrastructure Condition PM

Stage 3

System Performance+ PM

Infrastructure Condition PM NPRM


Rollout of nprms
Rollout of NPRMs

  • For each NPRM, FHWA plans to have:

    • NPRM Informational launch events

    • An informational session at relevant national conferences, upon request

    • Additional supplementary webinars scheduled to focus on details of target setting, progress achievement and/or other requirements

  • Comments will not be accepted during these informational sessions.

  • All Public Comments should be submitted through the E-docket for consideration in the final regulation

  • Public comment periods will be a minimum of 90 days for all NPRMs except the HSIP and TAMP NPRMs which is 60 days.



Submit public comments to
Submit public comments to:

www.regulations.gov

Statewide and Nonmetropolitan Transportation Planning; Metropolitan Transportation PlanningFHWA-2013-0037


Additional fhwa resources
Additional FHWA Resources

  • MAP-21 Web Site

    www.fhwa.dot.gov/map21

  • Transportation Performance Management Web Site

    www.fhwa.dot.gov/tpm

  • Performance Measure Rulemaking Direct Contact to FHWA

    [email protected]

  • FHWA Safety Program website

    http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/

  • Performance-based Planning and Programming

    http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/performance_based_planning/

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