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Transportation Performance Management

(Source: FHWA Transportation Performance Management)

0. Background

 

FHWA Transportation Performance Management

 

1. Safety Performance Targets (PM1)

 

FHWA Safety Performance Management

Caltrans Strategic Highway Safety Plan

FHWA State Safety Performance Dashboard and Reports

 

Performance Measures (Annual Targets)

 

  • Number of Fatalities
  • Rate of Fatalities per 100 Million VMT
  • Number of Serious Injuries
  • Rate of Serious Injuries per 100 Million VMT
  • Number of Non-Motorized Fatalities and Serious Injuries

 

2018 Targets

 

Performance Target Data Source 5-Yr. Rolling Average (2018)
Number of Fatalities FARS 116.0
Rate of Fatalities (per 100M VMT) FARS, HPMS 1.338
Number of Serious Injuries SWITRS 315.4
Rate of Serious Injuries (per 100M VMT) SWITRS, HPMS 3.649
Number of Non-Motorized Fatalities and Non-Motorized Serious Injuries FARS, SWITRS, HPMS 67.8

 

2018 Safety Performance Targets Presentation

 

2019 Targets

 

To be set by February 27th, 2019.

 

Tracking Safety Performance in Fresno County

 

 

 

2. Pavement and Bridge Targets (PM2)

 

FHWA PM2 and PM3

Caltrans Transportation Asset Management

 

Performance Measures (2-year and 4-year targets)

 

  • % Interstate pavements in Good condition
  • % Interstate pavements in Poor condition
  • % Non-Interstate NHS pavements in Good condition
  • % Non-Interstate NHS pavements in Poor condition
  • % NHS bridges in Good condition
  • % NHS bridges in Poor condition

 

2018-2021 Targets

 

Fresno COG support the following statewide targets set by Caltrans

 

 

3. System Performance/Freight/CMAQ Targets (PM3)

 

Performance Measures (2-year and 4-year targets)

 

  • % Reliable person-miles traveled on the Interstate.
  • % Reliable person-miles traveled on the Non-Interstate NHS.
  • Percentage of Interstate system mileage providing for reliable truck travel time. (Truck travel time reliability)
  • Total emissions reductions by applicable pollutants under the CMAQ program.

 

2018-2021 Targets

 

Fresno COG support the following statewide targets set by Caltrans

PM2/PM3 Targets Presentation

 

 

4. Transit Asset Management (TAM)

 

FTA Transit Asset Management Rules

 

Performance Measures

 

  • Revenue Vehicle: The percentage of revenue vehicles (by  type) that exceed the useful life benchmark (ULB)
  • Non-Revenue Vehicle: The percentage of non-revenue service vehicles (by type) that exceed the ULB
  • Facilities: The percentage of facilities (by group) that are rated less than 3.0 on the Transit Economic Requirements Model (TERM) Scale
  • Infrastructure: The percentage of track segments (by mode) that have performance restrictions.

 

2018 Targets

 

Revenue Vehicle FAX FCRTA Fresno COG
Automobile 0% NA 0%
Bus 3% 47% 8%
Cutaway Bus 0% 18% 10%

**Target percentage of revenue vehicles (by type) that exceed the useful life benchmark (ULB)

 

Non-Revenue Vehicle FAX FCRTA Fresno COG
Non-Revenue /Service Automobile 3% NA 3%
Trucks and other Rubber Tire Vehicles 17% 0% 13%

**Target percentage of non-revenue vehicles (by type) that exceed the useful life benchmark (ULB)

 

Facilities FAX FCRTA Fresno COG
Administration 30% NA 30%
Maintenance 30% NA 30%
Passenger Facilities 0% NA 0%

**Target percentage of facilities (by group) that are rated less than 3.0 on the TERM Scal

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