Transportation Performance Measures

Transportation Performance Management is a strategic approach that uses system information to make investment and policy decisions to achieve national performance goals.  Performance measures are indicators of progress toward attaining a goal, objective, or target (a desired level of future performance).  Additional information on Performance measures is available from FHWA, FTA, and FDOT at:

FHWA Performance Measures

FHWA State Highway Safety Report

Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Performance Measures

Federal Transit Administration Performance Management

Federal Transit Administration Transit Asset Management (TAM)

Federal Transit Administration Public Transportation Agency Safety Plans (PTASP)

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requires State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and Metropolitan/Transportation Planning Organizations (M/TPOs) to adopt performance targets as shown in the table below. Performance Measures are important to the River to Sea TPO because they allow us to set goals and measure the progress towards those goals over time.

Transportation Performance Measures R2CTPO Target R2CTPO Date Adopted/Updated Resolution
PM 1 – Safety Measures and Targets:

•   Fatalities
•   Serious Injuries
•   Fatalities Rate
•   Serious Injuries Rate
•   Non-Motorized Fatalities & Serious Injuries

A Target of Zero (0) for each Performance Measure Adopted – 01/24/18
Updated – 02/27/19
Updated – 02/26/20
Updated- 02/23/22
Adopted- 02/22/23
2018-02 2019-04
PM 2 – Pavement and Bridge Condition Measures and Targets PM 2 – TPO Adopted Performance Measures Adopted 10/24/18
Updated 05/24/23
PM 3 – System Performance Management Measures and Targets PM 3 – TPO Adopted Performance Measures Adopted 10/24/18
Updated 05/24/23
Transit Asset Management Plan Targets

Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) and Targets

TAM – TPO Adopted Performance Measures