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Performance Measures Reporting

Beginning in 2012 and since the Roanoke Valley Transportation Planning Organization (RVTPO) became a Transportation Management Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (TMA MPO), a Performance Measures Report has been generated as part of a statewide effort to track common performance measures, evaluate the region’s transportation system against its transportation goals and standards, and contribute to the Statewide Transportation Plan. As an MPO, the RVTPO is required by the federal and state government to track regional performance measures related to the following categories:

  • Safety

    • Number of fatalities
    • Fatality rate
    • Number of serious injuries
    • Serious injury rate
    • Number of non-motorized fatalities and serious injuries
  • Highway Infrastructure Condition

    • Percentage of good and poor conditioned pavements on the interstate system
    • Percentage of good and poor conditioned pavements on the non-interstate system
    • Percentage of good and poor conditioned National Highway System bridges
  • Highway System Performance

    • Percentage of person-miles traveled on the interstate system that are reliable
    • Percentage of person-miles traveled on the non-interstate system that are reliable
    • Percentage of interstate system mileage providing for reliable truck travel times
  • Transit Asset Management

    • Percentage of revenue generating transit vehicles that have met or exceeded their Useful Life Benchmark (ULB)
    • Percentage of non-revenue generating transit vehicles that have met or exceeded their ULB

Following are links to current and previous Performance Measures Reports.

2017 Performance Measures Report
2016 Performance Measures Report
2015 Performance Measures Report
2014 Performance Measures Report
2013 Performance Measures Report
2012 Performance Measures Report

Typically reports are adopted annually in October by the RVTPO Policy Board.

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