Performance Management Overview
The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) continues to place emphasis on the performance management approach first specified in the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21). It requires state DOTs, transit agencies, and MPOs to establish performance and outcome-based programs in several national priority areas.
While the various rules have different deadlines, generally, after a state DOT or transit agency adopt targets for a particular rule, MPOs have 180 days from the date targets are established to adopt their own targets or support the states’ or transit agencies’. To date, MVRPC has decided to support the State’s targets for all applicable measures and has adopted the Region’s transit agencies’ targets.
The presentation below provides an overview of performance management, required measures, and the target setting process. It also highlights 2017 baseline information for the Miami Valley Region for each relevant measure.
|Year||Performance Management Area||Adoption Information||Other Information|
|2017||Transit Asset Management||Transit Asset Targets|
|2017||Safety||Safety Targets 2018|
|2018||Safety, System Conditions, Reliability, and CMAQ||Safety, Pavement, Bridge, Reliability, and CMAQ Targets||TIP Amendment PM Language
Safety Performance Report
|2018||Transit Asset Management||5310 Program TAM||TIP Amendment PM Language
5310 Transit Asset Management Plan
|2019||Safety||Safety Targets 2020|
|2020||Transit Safety||Transit Safety Targets 2020||
|2020||Safety||Safety Targets 2021|
|2021||Safety||Safety Targets 2022|
|2022||System Conditions and System Reliability||Pavement, Bridge, Reliability, CMAQ, PHD, and Non-SOV Performance Targets|