We Want Your Input!

As a transportation communications professional, you know just how hard it can be to deliver messages that resonate with your complex, demanding, and diverse transportation stakeholders. Now, with the passage of MAP-21, communicating transportation performance management information is both more important and more challenging than ever before.

We are collecting examples of performance management communications that rise to this challenge. Have you seen examples that effectively connect with audiences and get the desired messages across? Has your agency produced something that your peers can learn from? If so, we want to hear from you!

Nominate examples by sending us links, documents, photos, or your own descriptions using the form below.

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About Us

The AASHTO Standing Committee on Performance Management (SCOPM) and Subcommittee on Transportation Communications (TransComm) are working together to support research on how state DOTs are communicating and reporting on transportation system performance management.

We are currently assembling examples of noteworthy practices in communicating performance – from the transportation sector and other domains. Use the form to nominate a noteworthy practice for inclusion in this research or contact us directly here.

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Questions? Contact Spy Pond Partners, LLC at plubin+questions@spypondpartners.com