2 edition of role of performance-based measures in allocating funding for transit operations found in the catalog.
role of performance-based measures in allocating funding for transit operations
Ronald J. Hartman
by National Academy Press, Available from Transportation Research Board, National Research Council in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Ronald J. Hartman, Elaine M. Kurtz, Alan B. Winn ; topic panel, Tara Bartee ... [et al.].|
|Series||Synthesis of transit practice -- 6., Synthesis of transit practice (1993) -- 6.|
|Contributions||Kurtz, Elaine M., Winn, Alan B., Transit Cooperative Research Program., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., United States. Federal Transit Administration., Transit Development Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||HE4401 .T37 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||94061137|
Performance Measures. Report: Measuring What We Value Transitioning to a more performance-based system of transportation investment was one of the key reforms of MAP and could represent a sea change in how funding decisions are made and our transportation system performs. Performance-Based Funding Distribution for Public Transportation (SJR , ) TO THE GOVERNOR AND THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF VIRGINIA SENATE DOCUMENT NO. 11 COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND Decem The Honorable Robert F. McDonnell Governor of Virginia.
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Get this from a library. The role of performance-based measures in allocating funding for transit operations. [Ronald J Hartman; Elaine M Kurtz; Alan B Winn; Transit Cooperative Research Program.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; United States.
Federal Transit Administration.; Transit Development Corporation.]. TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 6: The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations explores current practice and trends regarding the linkages between financial assistance, service provision, and performance measurement.
It provides an overview of selected transit agency funding programs, as well as some current information from. A simi- lar examination was undertaken and reported in TCRP Synthesis of Transit Practice 6: The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations, pub- lished in The current project has been designed and carried out to update and expand on the earlier findings.
There has been no apparent increase in the use of tra- ditional internal measures of performance in fund allo- cation at either the state or regional level since the publications of TCRP Synthesis of Transit Practice 6: The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations.
Performance measures play a critical role in such a process as a source of data, although they do not determine final programming decisions. Figure 2. Illustration of performance-based funding As this section makes clear, CMAP’s work in this area focuses on performance-based funding, that is, the effort to tie the prioritization of projects.
Performance-based funding is a system based on allocating a portion of a state’s higher education budget according to specific performance measures such as course comple-File Size: 99KB. Performance-Based Planning and Programming Performance management is a strategic approach that uses performance data to inform decision-making and outcomes.
When implemented effectively, performance management can improve project and program delivery, inform investment decisions, focus staff on leadership priorities, and provide greater.
The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations explores current practice and trends regarding the linkages between financial assistance, service provision, and. Operations Performance Measures: The Foundation for Performance-Based Management of Transportation Operations Programs.
Contact Information: Operations Feedback at [email protected] Download the Printable Version (PDF, 13 MB) PDF files can be viewed with the Acrobat® Reader®.
U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. Generated by performance measures • Operations measures require traditional data, such as traffic counts, travel time studies, etc.
• Outcome oriented measures (e.g., reliability) may require more innovative or spatial GIS data Tempered by cost and resources Updated and collected on a. Performance measure as part of the performance-based operating funding allocation formula.
The group further recommends that DRPT re-evaluate this measure in the future along with any potential updates to the operating assistance formula as a potential allocation method if new funding to support transit programs becomes Size: 2MB. 2 | transportation finance briefing papers prepares biennial budget requests for the Minnesota Legislature.
This request is performance-based, showing the specific impact of funding requests on transpor-tation system performance measure targets.
In its legislative budget proposal,File Size: 1MB. Performance Based Planning and Programming Regional Targets for Transit Asset Management Staff measures, transit providers have to annually set targets for the fiscal year, develop a four-year TAM regardless of funding source, and whether used by the recipient or subrecipient directly, or.
Analysis and Performance Measurement. Analysis and performance measurement are integral to planning for operations. They are central to the success of an objectives-driven, performance-based approach and are often the most resource-intensive aspect to planning for operations in terms of data, staff expertise, and simulation tools and models.
Phase III Actions Operating Funds Evaluate the existing performance based allocation model Analyze the metrics to determine the metrics’ ease, use and effectiveness in sizing transit systems Create a working group comprised of transit operations to create methods and standards to review and analyze data Research processes that could be used to reward exceptionalFile Size: KB.
Transit productivity. The guidebook then describes opportunities to apply sustainable performance measures in the transportation decision-making process.
It provides examples of how metropolitan planning organizations have used sustainable performance measures as part ofthe following activities. What is Transit Asset Management. Systematic Process for Transit Agencies to: Count and categorize their assets –Inventory Assess condition of assets Use asset condition to rank assets in importance to system and agency Prioritize transit agency funding to improve or maintain assets identified as the highest priority Applicability: All fixed-route transit operators in the region and all.
•Transit Operations •System Performance •Route Monitoring •Infrastructure SGR •New/Expanded Service •Passenger Needs •Corridor Planning Source of Data Internally. Performance-Based Measures in Transit Fund Allocation A Synthesis of Transit Practice TRANSIT COOPERATIVE RESEARCH TCRP PROGRAM SYNTHESIS 56 TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD Fifth Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID WASHINGTON, D.C. PERMIT NO. TCRP SYNTHESIS 56. Performance Based Planning and Programming “Transition to a performance-driven, outcome-based program that provides for a greater level of transparency and accountability, improved project decision-making, and more efficient investment of Federal transportation funds.” • States, MPOs, and providers of public transportation must link.
Establishing A Framework For Transit And Rail Performance Measures Page 4 Based on information from NCHRP Reportthe following definitions of each of the elements have been crafted: Category: Categories serve at the highest level within the performance measures framework, and they provide a solid, broad basis for a performance‐based planning.measures that MnDOT can predict future performance based on planned investment and well-founded assumptions about factors such as deterioration and usage.
Minnesota’s transportation system made performance gains in several areas in At the same time, also saw limited progress on a number of persistent challenges. These. Planning and Performance Overview.
The Planning and Performance team helps coordinate Departmental efforts to ensure that transportation investments support a high quality of life in communities and create opportunity, both in and through transportation.