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Envision Silicon Valley Metrics

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Download the presentation about the metrics under consideration for Envision Silicon Valley effort (http://www.vta.org/envision-silicon-valley/envision-silicon-valley). These metrics will help VTA staff evaluate projects that could be funded by a potential 2016 ballot measure, focusing on measurable criteria to select the best investments of limited resources. This presentation was shared on Feb. 20 and 24 with volunteer groups participating in the Envision Silicon Valley effort.

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Envision Silicon Valley Metrics

  1. 1. Development of Metrics | February 20, 2015 Envision Silicon Valley DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  2. 2. 2 Introduction Purpose • Provide a common analysis framework for considering projects Envisioning Process • Finalize Goals • Updated Goals-based Metrics Synergy with Valley Transportation Plan (VTP) • Use goals, principles, and metrics for VTP DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  3. 3. 3 Types of Metrics Quantitative • Quantifiable, measured by numbers. Level of service Vehicles miles traveled Vehicle hours traveled EXAMPLE Congestion Level DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  4. 4. 4 Types of Metrics Qualitative • Descriptive (e.g. opinions). Gap closure Reduces need for transfers Provides geographic value for seniors EXAMPLE Connectivity DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  5. 5. METRIC HIGH MEDIUM LOW Level of service Vehicle Miles Traveled Pothole Measurement Reduces greenhouse gases Reduces need to transfer 5 Analysis Output DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY (YES) (NO)
  6. 6. DRAFT Goal 1: Revitalize Transportation Infrastructure Congestion Level Level of Service Vehicle Miles Traveled Vehicle Hours Traveled Delay Speed State of Good Repair Pothole Measurement Age of Asset vs. Expected life 6 Goals-Based Metrics DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  7. 7. DRAFT Goal 2: Improve Trip Experience Customer Satisfaction On-time performance Customer complaints Crowding / Level of Service Website trip planner usage Uses Wifi / technology Productivity Cost-effectiveness Safety and Security Effectiveness at emergency responses Reduces or prevents accidents 7 Goals-Based Metrics DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  8. 8. DRAFT Goal 3: Expand Access and Mobility Choices Trips By Bicycle On Foot By Car By Bus / Rail Speed State of Good Repair Pothole Measurement Age of Asset vs. Expected life 8 Goals-Based Metrics DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  9. 9. DRAFT Goal 4: Develop an Integrated, Efficient and Sustainable System Connectivity Gap closure Provides geographic value (low-income individuals) Provides geographic value (people with disabilities) Provides geographic value (seniors) Provides geographic value (students) Reduces need for transfer Land Use Within ¼ mile of centers of employment and dense residential areas Serves Priority Development Areas (PDA) or VTA Cores, Corridors and Station Areas Encourages preservation of natural resources Efficiency / Sustainability Reduces greenhouse gas emissions Incorporates sustainable design Encourages car-lite / multi-modal lifestyle 9 Goals-Based Metrics DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY
  10. 10. Goals-Based Metrics – What other indicators should be used? 10 Goals-Based Metrics DRAFT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY

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