TPM Powerpoint Master Background Template

TPM Powerpoint Master Background Template

Transportation Performance Management National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) Title National Highway Freight Program (NFPP) Subtitle PM3 Meeting Performance Measuring System Date January, 2018 Office of Transportation Performance FHWA Florida Division Management Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS FHWA TPM Rulemaking TPM Related Rules

Safety Performance Measures Highway Safety Improvement Program Statewide and Non-Metropolitan Planning; Metropolitan Planning Highway Asset Management Plans for NHS Pavement and Bridge Condition Measures Performance of the NHS, Freight, and CMAQ Measures Final Rule Published Rule Effective Date March 15, 2016 April 14, 2016 March 15, 2016 April 14, 2016 May 27, 2016 June 27, 2016 October 24, 2016

October 2, 2017 January 18, 2017 May 20, 2017 January 18, 2017 May 20, 2017* * Except for portions of the rule related to the percent change in CO2 emissions from 2017 (GHG measure). Those portions are delayed and FHWA will be publishing an NPRM in the Federal Register pertaining to this measure. 2 Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS NHS Travel Time Reliability Measures 1. 2.

% of Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstates that are Reliable % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Non-Interstate NHS that are Reliable Freight Movement Reliability Measure 3. Maximum Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index on Interstates Addressing Congestion at Freight Bottlenecks on Interstates CMAQ Program Performance Measures* Traffic Congestion On-Road Mobile Source Emissions Criteria (non-attainment/maintenance & population) CMAQ Measures currently do not apply to Florida areas. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS TPM PM3 Rule (23 CFR 490 Subparts A, E, F, G, H)

Measures to Assess FAST Acts NHPP, NHFP, and CMAQ FHWA Performance Management of the NHS is a compliment (not a substitute) of FDOTs Mobility Performance Management of the Florida SHS. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS FDOT Travel Time Reliability: Variability in Peak Periods Planning Time Index (PTI) PTI = 95th percentile TT in Peak Period Free Flow TT Represents the additional time traveler should budget to ensure on-time arrival 95% of the time. Ex. A 30-min unconstrained trip would need 15 additional minutes with a 1.50 PTI. Transportation Performance Management

FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS What does Travel Time Reliability Mean to you. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS What does Travel Time Reliability Mean to you. Since it usually takes me about ___ minutes to get from ____ to ____, then I expect to get there in ___ minutes ___ percent of the time.

Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER What affects Travel Time Reliability . Incidents (crashes) Incidents (other) Work Zones Special Events Weather Conditions ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN

PROGRAM DELIVER What affects Travel Time Reliability . Incidents (crashes) Incidents (other) Work Zones Special Events Weather Conditions Incidents due to Work Zones Incidents due to Weather Incidents due to Special Events Incidents due to Incidents ASSESS

Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM So why am I speaking to you.. DELIVER ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM because this is what you do Traffic Monitoring and Adaptive Control Active Traffic Management

Road/Weather Monitoring Incident Response Ops Planning: RITSA and RCTO ICM TSMO Program Planning Policy and Project Level TMPs Special Events Planning DELIVER ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS FHWAs New Data Reporting Requirements: Current Highway Operating Characteristic in HPMS: Volume use (Item 21: AADT, Item 26 K-Factor, Item 27 D-Factor) Capacity (Item 69: Max Hourly Flow Rate) New Highway Operating Metrics for PM3

Travel Time Reliability Ratios (Full Extent of the NHS network) Vehicle Occupancy Delay (currently does not apply to Florida) The HPMS is a national level highway information system that includes data on the extent, condition, performance, use and operating characteristics of the nation's highways. The major purpose of the HPMS is to support a data driven decision process within FHWA, the DOT, and the Congress. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Source of Travel Time Data Set: NPMRDS Data Provided by FHWA, or Equivalent FDOT/MPO Travel Time Data, or Combination Request on use of Equivalent Data (if considered) must be presented to FHWA on October 1 prior to year of use. So Far, Florida (FDOT & MPOs) has opted to stick with the FHWA provided data set for the calculation of the NHS and Freight metrics.

Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER Natl Performance Mgmt Research Data Set ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS NPMRDS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS

NPMRDS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Defining NHS Reporting Segments in HPMS for PM3 Reporting Segments are one or more contiguous Travel Time Segments of same travel direction States have the option to define their own Reporting Segments or accept the NPMRDS Travel Time Segments as their Reporting Segments in the HPMS. Florida (FDOT & MPOs) has opted to accept the NPMRDS Travel Time Segments as their reporting segments in the

HPMS. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS NHS Travel Time Reliability Measures 1. 2. % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstates that are Reliable % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Non-Interstate NHS that are Reliable Freight Movement Reliability Measure 3. Maximum Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index on Interstates Addressing Congestion at Freight Bottlenecks on Interstates Transportation Performance Management FOCUS

PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS FHWA Travel Time Reliability: Variability in 4 Periods Level of Travel Time Reliability (TTR) Ratio LOTTRi = Longer Travel Time (80th)i Normal Travel Time (50th)i Where i is the time period: Then Threshold Reliability for the year is assessed: TTR < 1.50 in each of the 4 Periods Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER Metric Calculation, Graphic Example, 1 Period: Level of Travel Time Reliability (TTR) Ratio LOTTRi = Longer Travel Time (80th)i Normal Travel Time (50th)i 15-minute Travel Times One Segment of NHS One Period Full Year ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Metric Calculation, Graphic Example, 1 Period: Level of Travel Time Reliability (TTR) Ratio LOTTRi = Longer Travel Time (80th)i Normal Travel Time (50th)i 15-minute Travel Times One Segment of NHS One Period Full Year

Ex.: 54/28 = 1.93 1.93 > 1.50 threshold Segment is Unreliable In This Period Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Highway Segment Reliability Determination, Ex.: Longer Travel Time (80 th ) = # seconds = Level of Travel Time Reliability Ratio Normal Travel Time (50 th ) # sec onds Level Level of of Travel Travel Time Time Reliability Reliability (LOTTR) (LOTTR) (Single

(Single Segment, Segment, NHS NHS Route, Route, Full Full Years Years Data) Data) Monday Friday 6am 10am 6am 10am10am 4pm Monday Friday 4pm 8pm 10am 4pm Weekends 6am 8pm 4pmbelow 8pm Must exhibit LOTTR 1.50 during all of the6am timeperiods Weekends 8pm Must exhibit LOTTR below 1.50 during all of the time periods

Segment Overall is not reliable Segment Overall is not reliable 22 Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Calculating the Travel Time Reliability Measure: 1. 2. % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstates that are Reliable % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Non-Interstate NHS that are Reliable Reliable Total Transportation Performance Management FOCUS

PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS % of Reliable Travel Across Full Network = 30.3 Measures: %person-mi reliable travel, Interstates and non-Interstate Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS NHS Travel Time Reliability Measures % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstates that are Reliable % of Person-Miles Traveled on the Non-Interstate NHS that are Reliable Freight Movement Reliability Measure

Maximum Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index on Interstates Addressing Congestion at Freight Bottlenecks on Interstates Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS FHWA Truck Travel Time Reliability: Var. in 5 Periods Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Ratio TTTRi = Longer Travel Time (95th)i Normal Travel Time (50th)i Where i is the time period: Find Maximum TTTR among the 5 Reporting Periods Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN

PROGRAM DELIVER Metric Calculation, Graphic Example, 1 Period Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Ratio TTTRi = Longer Travel Time (95th)i Normal Travel Time (50th)i 15-minute Travel Times One Segment of Interstate One Period Full Year ASSESS Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Maximum TTTR Determination, Example: Long er Truck Travel Time (95 th )

= Truck Travel Time Reliability ( TTTR ) Ratio Normal Truck Travel Time (50 th ) Truck Truck Travel Travel Time Time Reliability Reliability (TTTR) (TTTR) (Single (Single Segment, Segment, Interstate Interstate Highway Highway System, System, Full Full Years Years Data) Data) 6am 10am Monday Friday 6am 10am10am 4pm Monday Friday 4pm 8pm 10am 4pm Weekends 6am 8pm 4pm Overnight

8pm 8pm 6am WeekendsMaximum6am 8pm TTTR Overnight 1.49 8pm 6am Maximum TTTR 1.49 Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Calculating the Freight Reliability Measure, Ex.: TTTR Index = Segment

length (mi.) MaxTTTR Length-weighted TTTR 0.500 0.500 1.000 1.000 5.000 x x x x x 1.49 1.59

1.50 1.41 1.36 = = = = = 0.75 0.80 1.50 1.41 6.80 TTTR Index = = 1.41

Measure: TTTR Index, full extent of the Interstate system Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Target Establishment, Reporting, and Assessment Floridas (FDOT and MPOs) portion of the National Goal Measures: Baseline Condition Performance Period Targets Performance to Achieve within Performance Period Plans Program of Projects (LRTP) Asset Mgmt Plan/investment strategies Freight Plan Reports FDOT Biennial Performance Reports to FHWA MPO System Performance Reports through Metro Transportation Plan

FHWA Determination of FDOT Significant Progress Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Full Performance 1 = Baseline Condition 2 Jan 2020 Full Performance 2 = Baseline Condition 3 Midpoint Progress 2 Midpoint

Progress 1 Jan 2018 Performance Period 2 Baseline Condition 1* Performance Period 1 Performance Period = every 4 years Jan 2022 Jan 2024 Jan 2026 Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER

ASSESS * Phase -in Noninterstate Baseline Jan 2018 Jan 2020 Full Performance 1 = Baseline Condition 2 Performance Period 2 Performance Period 1 Performance Period = every 4 years Full Performance 2 = Baseline Condition 3

* The Non-Interstate NHS Travel Reliability Measure has a 2-year Phasein Period. MidpointIts first Baseline Condition is theProgress 2-year Condition at the MidPoint 2 Period. This permits the collection of more data (2018 & 2019) to set the Jan condition 2024 Jan 2022 baseline onJan this2026 new metric. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS 2-yr Targets

4-year Targets Full Performance 1 = Baseline Condition 2 Jan 2020 Full Performance 2 = Baseline Condition 3 2-yr Targets 4-year Targets Midpoint 2-yr Targets Progress 2 Midpoint Progress 1 Jan 2018 Performance Period 2 Baseline Condition 1*

Performance Period 1 Performance Targets and Target Horizons Jan 2022 FDOT FDOT & 4-yr Targets Jan 2024 Jan 2026 MPOs Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Full Performance 1 = Baseline Condition 2

Adjusted 4-year Targets Midpoint Any24-Year Target may be adjusted Progress Midpoint Progress 1 Jan 2020 Full Performance 2 = Baseline Condition 3 Adjusted 4-year Targets Jan 2018 Performance Period 2 Baseline Condition 1*

Performance Period 1 Target Adjustments Jan 2022 at the MidPoint Progress. Basis for adjustment is required Janincluding 2024 howJan the2026 adjusted target supports expectations documented in the long-range plan Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Target Scope

For MPOs: Target Performance represents the applicable transportation network in the metro planning area boundary, regardless of ownership For FDOT: Target Performance represents the applicable transportation network statewide. FDOT may establish additional Targets for any number and combination of urbanized area boundaries and also select a nonurbanized area boundary. FDOT shall coordinate with relevant MPOs on the selection of Targets to ensure consistency. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Target Setting: MPOs MPOs have the following 2 options: Establish and commit to Targets for their Metro Planning Area, or Agree to plan and program projects so that they contribute toward the accomplishment of the relevant FDOT Targets. The relevant FDOT Targets are either the FDOT statewide targets, or the additional urbanized area targets FDOT may establish.

MPOs shall coordinate the selection of Targets with FDOT to ensure consistency. MPOs are provided 180 days from the time FDOT sets its Targets for its Target Setting. Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Key Dates for Targets: 1st Performance Period

January 1, 2018 start of 4-year performance period May 20, 2018 FDOT to establish Targets MPO to Report Targets to FDOT per Agreement with FDOT Every June 15th HPMS submission prior year metrics October 1, 2018 FDOT Baseline Conditions Report (Interstates) January 1, 2020 Midpoint Performance October 1, 2020 FDOT Mid-Performance Progress Report FHWA determination of Significant Progress on 2-year Targets October 1, 2020 FDOT Baseline Conditions Report (Non-Interstates) October 1, 2020 FDOT optional adjustment of 4-yr Targets December 31, 2021 - End of 1st Performance Period October 1, 2022 FDOT Full Performance Period Progress Report FHWA determination of Significant Progress on 4-year Targets Transportation Performance Management FOCUS PLAN PROGRAM DELIVER ASSESS Performance Assessment

How is Significant Progress Determined The actual performance level is better than the baseline, or The actual performance level is equal to or better than target What if Progress is not Achieved NHPP: FDOT documents the actions it will take to achieve target NHFP: FDOT identifies trends, needs, and issues within the State; describes freight policies and strategies that will guide investments; describes ways in which FDOT allocates FHWA funds to improve freight bottlenecks; and document the actions it will take to achieve target To Access the Full PM3 Rule, go to: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/tpm/rule.cfm Title For questions on TPM PM3 implementation: Subtitle Jessica VanDenBogaert, FDOT Forecasting & Trends Office [email protected] Meeting Frank Corrado, FHWA Florida Division Date [email protected] Office of Transportation Performance Management Thank you

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