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Peggy Reichert, of the Minnesota Department of Transportation, at the 2012 National Rural Transportation Conference.

Peggy Reichert, of the Minnesota Department of Transportation, at the 2012 National Rural Transportation Conference.

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  • 1. National Association of Development Organizations April 25, 2012
  • 2.  MAP 21 Performance Goals ◦ Safety ◦ Infrastructure Condition ◦ System Reliability ◦ Freight Movement/Economic Vitality ◦ Environmental Sustainability Measures- set by US DOT Targets- set by States, MPOs; US DOT oversight Investment Plans- US DOT certifies/sets process Performance Reporting- by States, Federal summary
  • 3. PlanAdjust Strategies Performance Based& Priorities Investment Program Performance Act Management Do Cycle Track Performance Project Selection & Measures Check Implementation
  • 4. Minnesota DOT as a case study Performance Management approach evolving since 1990’s Planning Investment Program Performance Monitoring Planning & Programming Adjustments
  • 5. Policy Plan Highway Investment Plan Performance MonitoringGoals, policies, and Fiscally constrained 20 Regular review ofperformance year investment plan with performance in eachmeasures, targets projected performance policy area results
  • 6. Ten Goals – Each with Measures to Guide Decisions and Track Progress1. Traveler Safety 6. Twin Cities Mobility2. Infrastructure Preservation 7. Greater MN Mobility3. Maintenance & Operations 8. Community Development4. National-Global Connections 9. Energy and Environment5. Statewide Connections 10. Accountability and Transparency
  • 7. Investment Performance Performance Method toCategory Measure Target Assess NeedsPavement Ride Quality Index >70% Good Pavement Mgt Model < 2% PoorBridge Structural Condition 84% Good/Fair Bridge Management Rating < 2% Poor SystemOther Infrastructure Condition or Varies Condition inventories Life Cycle and replacement cost estimatesSafety Fatalities TZD; short term targets Cost estimates of system 2010 < 400 fatals wide enhancement strategiesInterregional Corridors Corridor Travel Speed HP IRC MP IRC IRC speed prediction 60 mph 55 mph model and improvement cost estimates 90% system +/- 2mphTwin Cities Mobility Duration and Extent of No target; Traffic forecast model Congestion Tracked as indicator with capacity improvement cost % system miles> 45 mph estimates
  • 8. Traveler Safety $3.1 5% Infrastructure Preservation $16.3 26% Regional & Community + Improvement Priorities = $3 to $5 B Mobility $42.6 69% Investments to Meet Performance Targets = $62 B
  • 9. Step 2: Project Revenue $15 B (2009-2028)
  • 10. Step 3: Set Priorities for Available Funding Goal: Address 4 strategic priorities • Safety • Mobility • System Preservation • Regional/ Community Priorities Considerations • Legislative Direction: Ch 152 bridge program • System Performance trends • Public and Stakeholder Input
  • 11. 1. Bridges: Ch. 152 and 85% of other needs2. Low cost, system wide safety (3 x HSIP goal)3. Pavement Preservation (70% of remaining)4. Other Infrastructure: some level5. Allocate remaining at District discretion • Traveler Safety (Capacity Improvements) • Mobility • Regional & Community Improvement Priorities
  • 12. RCIPs Other $0.6 $0.4 Traveler 4% 3% Safety $1.4 9% Mobility $1.0 Infrastructure 7% Preservation $11.6 77% ($ in Billions, Year of Construction)
  • 13. Predicted Performance Category PerformanceBridges Chapter 152 Other BridgesRoadway FatalitiesPavementOther InfrastructureMobility Greater Minnesota Interregional Corridors Twin Cities Freeway Congestion
  • 14. Step 5: Identify High Priority Investments Options for Potential Additional Funding RCIPs Traveler $115 Safety 5%Identify 5% of the $385unmet needs as high 16%priority investment Infrastructureoptions distributed Preservationacross all four $970investment 39%categories Mobility $1,000 40%
  • 15. Annual Performance Report
  • 16. 10 Year Program: Annual Check In Meeting
  • 17. Pavement Conditions 2009 2014 2020 100% 90% 80% 70%Percent of System Miles 60% 4819 4675 miles 4373 50% miles 3733 miles 3281 40% miles 2930 miles 30% 20% 1688 miles 10% 416 915 574 1060 miles miles 598 miles miles 0% miles PA Good PA Good PA Poor PA Poor Other Good NPA Good Other Poor NPA Poor
  • 18. ARRA- focus on pavementsBetter Roads Program- focus on pavements Bond savings from good Bridge bids Fund Balance
  • 19. Adjust the Strategies: increase availablefunding impactStrategic Highway Safety Plan• Data driven, evidence based• Focus on lane departures, intersections• System wide, low cost safety enhancementsTwin Cities Mobility•Old Approach: add SOV capacity ($38 B funding gap)•New Approach ($6 -8 B funding gap) Low Cost/High Benefit CMSP projects MnPass- HOT lanes providing advantages for transit Performance Based Design- 80/20 rule
  • 20. Adjust the Measures: reflect newgoals, strategiesCurrent Measure: congestion (% system miles <45 mph)New Measures: System reliability relative to other Metro Areas % MnPass system developed Person through put Transit access
  • 21. Roadway Fatalities All State & Local Roads800700 650 657 625 655 600 626 Base Year600 594 597 568 576 567 559 510 2008 Target500 494 500 Reduce Fatalitites less than 10 per year* 455 Reduce Fatalities by 10 to 30 per year SHSP Target 2008 2010 Target400 421 3-Year Average 400 Annual Fatalities 1995 - 2003 Trendline300 * Reduction in fatalities less than 10 per year, or if fatalities exceed target after 3 years.200 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013 2011
  • 22.  Step 5 Identify risk-based priorities if additional funding is allocated
  • 23. Benefits Increase accountability and transparency Links planning to programming Financial constraint forces critical trade-off analysis Helps communicate case for increased fundingChallenges Goals must drive measures; targets must be attainable Requires better understanding of cause and effect Resource Intensive (data, technical staff, mgt time) Requires inter-agency cooperation (get on same page)
  • 24. Peggy ReichertOffice of Capital Programs & Performance Measures Minnesota Department of Transportation peggy.reichert@state.mn.us

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