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  1. Mobility Performance Measures GoTo Webinar December 17, 2014

  2. Purpose of Training • What is mobility? • The four dimensions of mobility • The importance of performance measures • Application of performance measures at the local and regional level • Source • Books • Resources and support FDOT Central Office can provide

  3. Webinar Intro bit.ly/MPM2014 www.teachamerica.com/MPM/MPMWebinar2014.pdf www.teachamerica.com/MPM/MPMWebinar2014.pptx

  4. How to Participate Today • Open and close your Panel • View, Select, and Test your audio • Submit text questions • Raise your hand • Q&A addressed throughout the webinar

  5. Trainers • Doug McLeod • FDOT • Tyrone Scorsone • CAMBRIDGE SYSTEMATICS Frank Broen TEACH AMERICA PDF provided online: bit.ly/MPM2014

  6. Importance of Mobility mobility “Providing for people and goods is transportation’s most essential function.” • Mobility performance measures • MAKE SENSE

  7. Dimensions of Mobility To adequately address mobility, all four dimensions should be emphasized and multiple performance measures used. 7

  8. Quantity How much?

  9. Quality How good or bad?

  10. Accessibility How easy?

  11. Capacity / Utilization How much is used?

  12. Applicability to All Modes

  13. Mobility Performance Measure A metric composed of a number and a unit of measure (e.g. miles per year) • Those used for goals and objectives • Indicator • (mobility performance measure)

  14. Why Measure Performance?

  15. Florida DOT’s Perspective “FDOT is committed to being leaders and innovators in this vitally important area of transportation management” “We track progress toward meeting our own goals” Ananth Prasad FDOT Secretary

  16. Other Performance Measures

  17. How Does FDOT Use Performance Measures? FDOT will establish criteria to evaluate the effectiveness 17

  18. MAP-21 Goal AreasMoving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century

  19. Performance Plans 19

  20. Performance Evaluation of States and MPOs USDOT will establish criteria to evaluate the effectiveness 20

  21. MAP-21 Requirements The Department’s intent is to supply the MPOs with analyses for all required MAP-21 mobility performance measures

  22. FDOT Recommended System and Freight MAP-21 Performance Measures

  23. Examples of Systemwide Reporting 2004 2013

  24. Examples of Freight Reporting 2004 2013

  25. Tyrone Scorsone • CAMBRIDGE SYSTEMATICS

  26. Introduction to FDOT’s Multimodal Mobility Performance Measures Source Book The Source Book is the primary source of statewide mobility performance measure reporting

  27. FDOT’s Statewide Mobility Performance Measures

  28. Modal Office Coordination

  29. Modal Office Coordination

  30. Reported for the Last 10 years

  31. Source Book is Available in Excel Version

  32. Definitions Performance Measure Congestion Delay Travel time reliability

  33. Congestiondefinition • Severity of congestion: • Types of congestion: • 1. Heavy • 1. Non-recurring • 2. Severe • 2. Recurring Congestion (congested conditions) (auto) – a condition in which traffic demand is sufficient to cause the LOS to be at or below FDOT’s LOS standard (note: congestion is not necessarily related to speed or delay)

  34. FDOTs LOS standards • DUrbanized • CEverywhere else • Transitioning • Urban • Communities • Rural

  35. Corresponding Arterial Travel Conditions

  36. Equivalent Speeds For Urbanized Arterials

  37. Equivalent Speeds For Non-urbanized Arterials

  38. Equivalent Speeds Freeways

  39. Severity of Congestion LOS Heavy Severe Congestion = at our LOS standard HeavyCongestion = below LOS standard SevereCongestion = demand exceeds capacity (LOS F)

  40. Types of Congestion

  41. Doug McLeod • FDOT

  42. Delay • Any additional time experienced by a traveler • Additional time beyond some norm Delay Delay

  43. Meaning of Delay? Free flow Anything below free flow speed? (HCM) Delay Uncongested Based on uncongested speeds? (TTI) Delay Threshold Based on a reasonable threshold speed (Recommended) Delay Based on LOS Standards Delay LOS

  44. Reasonable Threshold Delay Threshold Threshold Based on a reasonable threshold speed (draft recommendation) Based on a reasonable threshold speed Delay Delay One level better than FDOT’s LOS standards

  45. Webinar on Travel Time Reliability

  46. Travel time reliability definition options Highest 1% TTI50

  47. Travel Time Reliability 80th percentile 95th percentile Free flow time # Trips # Trips Success Measure Travel Time Travel Time There are two general types of travel time reliability performance measures:

  48. Travel time reliability • Arrived on time • On Time Arrival Approach Posted speed limit + 45 mph + # Trips Success Measure Travel Time The percent of trips that succeed … • Didn’t arrive on time

  49. Travel Time Variability • Comparison of variability in travel times # Trips Travel Time There are two general types of travel time reliability performance measures:

  50. Travel time variability Simplified curve The variability of travel times that occur on a facility or a trip over a period of time