Aligning performance measures to mission
Mission for ODOT: To provide a safe, efficient
transportation system that supports economic
opportunity and livable communities for Oregonians.
Safety - Engineering, educating, and enforcing a
safe transportation system.
Mobility - Keeping people and the economy
Preservation - Preserving and maintaining
MAP-21’s Performance Measure Framework
MAP-21 specifies national goals and
performance measure areas tied to programs
U.S. Department of Transportation sets
specific measures and data sources
States and MPOs set targets for
each performance measure
States and MPOs report on progress
toward meeting targets
Performance Measure Bundles
• Fatalities (number and rate)
• Serious injuries (number and rate)
• Bridge condition on NHS
• Pavement condition on the
Interstate and non-Interstate NHS
• Traffic congestion
• Performance of the Interstate and
• Interstate freight movement
How ODOT will respond to federal measures
The federal safety measures are similar to ODOT’s
measures. ODOT will likely migrate our measure on
injuries to match.
System Performance: Very Interesting.
These federal measures may offer an interesting
opportunity to measure the system’s performance
and reliability– or not.
Infrastructure Condition: Not so much.
Federal measures aren’t as good as ours. We’ll report
‘em, but won’t use ‘em.
ODOT Assistant Director