Multi-Objective Decision Analysis (MODA) | Resource Set
Case Studies in Cross-Asset, Multi-Objective Resource Allocation (NCHRP Report 921) | Guide/Manual, Research Report
TPM Newsletter – Fall 2020 | Marketing/CommunicationsSystem Performance
The Fall 2020 issue of the TPM Newsletter is focused on COVID-19: TPM Impacts, and features the following articles and content:
- Welcome from the AASHTO CPBM Chair
- Reliability Target Setting Under Uncertainty
- PIARC T.C. 1.1 - Performance of Transport Administrations
- Global Insights: Learning from a Global Pandemic
- COVID-19 Survey Results
- Iowa DOT Works to Stabilize, Recover and Grow in Response to COVID-19
- Featured COVID-19 Resources
- Spotlight TPM Portal Resources
- Save the Date
FHWA Pavement Management & Performance | WebsiteAsset Management, Pavement
The Pavement Management & Performance program provides technical support to pavement managers, it participates in national policy discussions, and it studies emerging methods and technologies for collecting pavement data. Their homepage on FHWA's website contains a wealth of resources, including a series of quarterly pavement webinars and other publications. Explore the page for any resources that may be useful for improving pavement management.
MULTIPLAN 2045 | Plan
The 2045 Mississippi Unified Long-Range Transportation Infrastructure Plan is currently in progress, and the previous MULTIPLAN 2040 is no longer accessible over the internet. The final draft of the plan is undergoing revision and an environmental impact study is being conducted, so the public review period is expected to begin soon.
Performance-based planning and programming connects the day-to-day asset management decisions with a broader long-range plan, and it unites both under a common set of goals. On this FHWA webpage, you can find more information on the topic and links to performance-based planning resources.
Moving Forward RI 2040 | Plan
The most recent version of Rhode Island's long range plan was published as a draft in fall 2020 with a final version expected following the public comment period. The plan covers the state's vision, trends, infrastructure and financial needs, performance measures, and future projects.
FDOT Source Book | WebsiteBridge, Freight, Pavement, Safety, System Performance
The FDOT Source Book presents key system performance indicators. It also documents mobility trends and insights into emerging technologies and innovations. Traditionally available in a PDF, the 2020 Source Book is the first version to be published online.
The California Transportation Plan 2050 focuses on developing a transportation system which supports communities, advances racial and economic justice, and improves public and environmental health across California. After an analysis of the current trends and conditions, the plan details fourteen recommendations for achieving their 2050 goals and outlines the next steps in implementation. In addition to the main plan document, five other elements contribute to the development and results: Strategies Element, Technical Analysis Element, Plan Development Element, Financial Element, and Implementation Element.
This plan outlines the policy framework to address multimodal system development in Illinois. It centers around the five performance goals of economy, livability, mobility, resiliency, and stewardship and defines performance measures to track progress.
Oklahoma's long range plan describes the strategic direction of the state's transportation system development. It considers all modes of transportation and meets the requirements set by MAP-21 and the FAST Act, receiving input from numerous stakeholders. The plan includes ODOT's vision, goals and objectives with performance measures related to each goal area. It identifies and projects the needs and revenues for transportation over the next 25 years, and it details the policies and strategies adopted.
Texas's current long range plan expands on the work in the Texas Transportation Plan (TTP) 2040 and extends the planning and guidance to 2050. Through collaboration with organizations ranging from local communities and private companies to metropolitan planning organizations and transit officials. It is multimodal, covering bicycle, pedestrian, public transit, aviation, ferries, and passenger rail as well as highway and freight. Texas even distinguishes the needs of their rural transportation network with a specific section in the 2050 plan.
This presentation from the 12th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management is an overview of New York DOT's development of a single, shared, authoritative destination for data and information. Provides examples of data (and data visualization) tools used, project framework and best practices.
Access Ohio 2045 | Plan
This draft version of Ohio's 2045 long range plan is expected to be finalized soon after completing a public review period. It presents the current system metrics, identifies seven goals (safety, preservation, efficiency & reliability, mobility& accessibility, economic competitiveness, quality of life, environmental stewardship), provides monitored performance measures, explores future trends, conducts a financial needs assessment, and culminates in a set of strategies and initiatives.
TPM's Organizational Impact | DocumentSystem Performance
Your Transportation Plan | Plan
Colorado DOT's long range transportation plan illustrates the department's vision for the next twenty-five years with an emphasis on three goal areas: mobility, safety and asset management. Within each of the goal areas, CDOT identifies actions they must take to reach their goals based on needs identified in stakeholder surveys. The plan draft is currently out for public review.
This document summarizes results of a survey conducted by the AASHTO Committee on Performance Based Management and the AASHTO Committee on Planning. The survey focuses on uses of transportation data and information to inform responses to COVID-19. Results were gathered from March 25, 2020 to April 22, 2020.
NCHRP Synthesis 556 summarizes state DOT practices used to identify pavement and bridge asset locations repeatedly damaged by emergency events and to mitigate the risk of recurring damage in those locations. The synthesis focuses particularly on mitigation practices that concurrently advance TAM and TPM objectives. Information for this synthesis was gathered through a literature review, a survey of state DOTs, and follow-up interviews with selected agencies.
Florida Transportation Plan | Plan
Florida's long range plan consists of four distinct parts: Vision Element, Policy Element, Implementation Element, and Performance Element. At present, Florida is updating their plan, with each of these elements in different stages. The Vision Element, last updated in May 2020, elaborates on the state's vision and goals and how they relate to the system's trends and uncertainties. The most recent Policy Element is from 2015, and it explains how Florida plans to meet their objectives. The Implementation Element is continually updated as a web-based application and it provides short-term actions and progress towards their complete vision. Lastly, the Performance Element, unavailable on the FTP website, emphasizes the federally require performance measures for safety, asset condition, and mobility.
TPM Webinar 1 – TPM Best Practices | Research ReportSystem Performance
This inaugural webinar in the TPM Webinar Series was held Wednesday, May 20, 2020 from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT. The session featured presentations of TPM best practices at transportation agencies, drawn from the TPM peer exchange that was held in St. Paul, MN on November 14-15, 2019.
Webinar Presentations and Speakers:
- Agency Resource Allocation for Performance-Based Planning and Programming – Karen Miller, Missouri DOT
- Maximizing Efficiency through Predictive Tools – Ryan Granger, Texas DOT
- Opportunities and Challenges of Integrating Federal TPM into a Mature Performance Managements System – Deanna Belden, Minnesota DOT
- Aligning Enterprise Information Management, Asset Management, Performance Management and Risk Management within a Strategic Planning Process – Kelly Travelbee, Michigan DOT
The TPM webinar series is sponsored by the
Case Study 2 - Linking Asset Management to Planning and Programming | Case Study/Practice ExampleAsset Management
This case study presents practices related to linking asset management plans with other plans such as long range plans, STIP, and other programming documents. Six states have been selected as examples: Missouri, Utah, Maine, Ohio, Wyoming, and Montana.