Life cycle planning and management is a foundational component of transportation asset management. The progress that agencies are making in this area is noteworthy. Many resources are also available to help agencies with improving practices. This webinar shares an overview of the progress that agencies are making in improving life cycle planning and management practices and shares new and soon-to-be available resources.
A financial plan is a required element of the TAMP. How well the financial plan is integrated with other elements of the TAMP can provide an indication of an agency’s TAM maturity. Financial planning advanced between the 2018 and 2019 TAMPs and more progress is anticipated in the next rounds. Resources have been developed through FHWA and TRB to support financial plans – and more resources are currently under development. This webinar shares some of the advancements in financial planning at transportation agencies and highlights new and upcoming resources to assist agencies in improving their TAM financial plans.
This webinar uses an interactive format to get your input on what is most needed to improve your next TAMP. Polls assess the audience’s opinions in real-time on a variety of topics related to the next TAMP and address topics including: the areas that most need improvement, elements of the TAMP that most help agencies, areas where additional resources are most needed, and what those resources are. The polls are complemented by an interactive discussion with the facilitators and participants. A summary of the federal requirements and an overview of available resources will also be presented.
This webinar covers transportation agency management of system performance management, with a focus on accessibility. Presentations will examine how accessibility relates to TPM and PBPP, FHWA accessibility resources, research and case examples, as well as state-based accessibility studies, dashboards and use of state DOT accessibility tools.
This webinar kicked-off the Improving Your Next TAMP Miniseries. The next cycle of TAMP development is around the corner and agencies need to figure out how they will develop their next TAMP. The purpose of the miniseries is to take a deeper dive into this topic of potential TAMP enhancements and help to provide knowledge, inspiration, and capacity to build a better TAMP.
This first installment focused on the findings of a recent set of FHWA TAM case studies. The case study subject—PennDOT—discussed the case study findings, reflecting on the agency’s 2019 TAMP and plans for their next TAMP.
This webinar highlights communication strategies, resources and emerging practices for supporting TPM. Presentations discuss agencies’ efforts in this area, including communication of state, regional and federal priorities, performance visualization and effective practices for telling the story about performance progress.
This webinar focuses on transportation agency target setting for federal PM3 CMAQ measures. Presentations address decision analysis methods for setting targets, making CMAQ targets meaningful to the public, and target setting and related planning and programming challenges.
Keith Miller (NJTPA) provided links to supplement his presentation, which help explain his agency's example “family” for the PHED measure. Click here to visit the NJTPA's Performance Measures page and click here to watch the page's accompanying YouTube video.
This 45th webinar in the FHWA/AASHTO TAM webinar series addresses TAM communication and visualization. Good internal and external communication are important ingredients of a strong TAM program. Webinar presenters share noteworthy communication techniques and examples and discuss the role of communication and visualization in strengthening TAM practice and driving TAM performance improvements.
This webinar covers transportation agency target setting for federal PM3 system performance and reliability, including policy, planning and performance considerations related to target setting. Presentations address data gaps, modeling and forecasting for system performance targets, and moving the needle on the national system.
This webinar explores the Transportation Performance Management Portal: a product of the Transportation Pooled Fund Program. The Portal illustrates performance management best practices and fosters collaboration between state departments of transportation and the Federal Highway Administration.
The webinar was organized by the TRB Standing Committee on Strategic Management. It also features insights from NCHRP Research Report 660: Transportation Performance Management: Insight from Practitioners and NCHRP Research Report 920: Management and Use of Data for Transportation Performance Management: Guide for Practitioners.
Webinar Agenda and Presenters:
- Key resources available on the Portal: Christos Xenophontos, Rhode Island Department of Transportation
- Challenges faced by practitioners in measuring performance of transportation assets and services: Matt Hardy, AASHTO
- Tools for improving communication and for benchmarking performance among agencies: Matt Hardy, AASHTO
- Question and answer session: Moderated by Steve Guenther, California Department of Transportation
Contact Reggie Gillum for a copy of the recorded webinar.
This webinar focuses on state target setting for federal PM2 infrastructure condition measures. This webinar covers specific target setting issues related to pavements and bridges, including data considerations, collaboration and coordination with partner agencies and aligning TPM projections and agency plan goals.
This webinar is a deep dive into state target setting approaches for federal requirements for safety performance measures. Topics include a review of the safety report card results, and the impact of external factors and data lags on safety target setting.
This webinar reviews state target setting approaches and lessons learned leading up to the mid-performance period progress report. Topics covered include target setting in the face of uncertainty and data gaps, coordinating and collaborating on target setting and improving forecasting approaches.
The 44th webinar in the FHWA/AASHTO Transportation Asset Management (TAM) Webinar series addresses the integration of an agency's transportation asset management plan (TAMP) and the statewide transportation improvement program (STIP).