Performance Based Planning and Programming
The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), which was signed into law in 2012, included several provisions that have shifted the focus of the Federal surface transportation program toward the achievement of performance outcomes. The current surface transportation bill, Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, was signed in 2015 and built on MAP-21 and provided long-term funding certainty for surface transportation infrastructure planning and investment.
In accordance with the surface transportation legislation, GVMC is coordinating with our local, state, and federal partners to implement performance based planning and programming in our region. This page will be updated regularly to reflect developments in the process.
Federal Performance Measures
Percent of the person-miles traveled on the Interstate that are reliable
Percent of the person-miles traveled on the non-Interstate NHS that are reliable
Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index
Transit Asset Management
Rolling Stock: Percentage of revenue vehicles exceeding Useful Life Benchmark (ULB)
Equipment: Percentage of non-revenue service vehicles exceeding ULB
Facilities: Percentage of facilities rated under 3.0 on the Transit Economic Requirements Model (TERM) scale
Infrastructure: Percentage of track segments under performance restriction (only applies to rail fixed guideway systems)
Number of fatalities on all public roads
Rate of fatalities on all public roads
Number of serious injuries on all public roads
Rate of serious injuries on all public roads
Number of nonmotorized fatalities and nonmotorized serious injuries on all public roads
Percentage of pavements of the Interstate System in Good condition
Percentage of pavements of the Interstate System in Poor condition
Percentage of pavements of the non-Interstate NHS in Good condition
Percentage of pavements of the non-Interstate NHS in Poor condition
Percentage of NHS bridges classified as in Good condition
Percentage of NHS bridges classified as in Poor condition
Under the federal PBPP requirements, States and MPOs must set targets for each of the federal performance measures. States set their targets first and then MPOs have 180 days from the time the State sets targets to decide whether to support State targets, develop their own regional targets, or a combination of both depending on the measure. Timelines vary based upon the effective dates of each final rule (see FHWA TPM Implementation Timeline link below). GVMC has been participating in monthly target development coordination meetings with MDOT and federal partners. See below for targets that have been finalized.