Transportation System Condition Report
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The measures in this report support and are organized around the four major goal areas of the State Long-Range Transportation Plan - Stewardship, Safety and Security, System Improvement and Efficient and Effective Operations. This initial report moves beyond the MDOT pavement and bridge condition goals, that expired in 2007, as set by the State Transportation Commission. Since then, an internal MDOT working team developed new pavement goals and that process evolved into an effort to develop a collection of performance measures that would reflect various aspects of the transportation system, including trunkline pavement conditions, trunkline bridge conditions, level of service, local airport conditions, local transit fleet condition, passenger rail service levels, and more.
The measures included in this initial report are only a representative sample of the countless measurements and data collections that could be potentially tracked by MDOT in the course of overseeing the building, maintenance, and operation of the state's transportation system. The report is a work in progress. Through experience and feedback, MDOT will be able to determine the appropriate mix of measures and be able to easily collect and routinely report a set of measures to give a reliable, useful and meaningful picture of the condition of our transportation system.
MDOT asks for comments on this transportation system performance report.
Congestion & Reliability Performance Report
This performance measure report is for internal use to help MDOT regions, Transportation Service Centers (TSCs), and planners expand their knowledge on how Michigan freeways are operating over time and how they compare to each other. This information helps identify congested areas, when congestion occurs and how often, corridor rankings, cause of delay, and more. This report is only a starting point, with the potential for a more in depth analysis. If your area has plans to share this information externally, please contact the Congestion and Mobility Unit to ensure the correct measures are being used. Each performance measure provides a view of how freeways may be operating. Looking at it from many perspectives can give a more complete picture and better understanding of
what is going on.
Chapter 1 - Introduction - Freeway Performance Measures
Chapter 2 - Bay Region Summary
Chapter 3 - Grand Region Summary
Chapter 4 - Metro Region Summary
Chapter 5 - North Region Summary
Chapter 6 - Southwest Region Summary
Chapter 7 - Superior Region Summary
Chapter 8 - University Region Summary