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  1. May 1, 2017

    10 year Results – Missouri Department of Transportation
    Website and Report

    MoDOT Results is a website and accompanying report addressing Missouri DOT's performance from 2007-2016 across dimensions of accountability, innovation, and efficiency. Both the website and the report incorporate infographics, and other images to portray the agency's performance in non-technical terms, suitable for a general-public audience.

  2. MBTA Performance Dashboard

    A dashboard that provides information about the performance of the MBTA to ensure transparency and accountability.

  3. MAGnitude Performance Dashboard

    A dashboard providing information and data to the public on the highway system performance under the jurisdiction of the Maricopa Association of Governments.

  4. Maryland DOT Mobility and Economy Dashboard

    The MDSHA Mobility and Economy Dashboard, presented by Sutapa Samanta at the ABC30 committee meeting at TRB 2017.
  5. December 15, 2015

    Ohio DOT Preservation Homepage
    Maintaining Roads and Bridges

    The Ohio DOT Preservation homepage communicates the agency's strategy and operational approach to preservation is clear, compelling terms. In addition to a simple user interface that highlights key initiatives, the Preservation homepage features an innovative animated video: Taking Care of What We Have.

  6. Transportation During Emergency Situations, Notify NY

    This program won an honorable mention in the 2011 John and Jane Public Competition. From TRB Committee ADA 60: Notify NYC is a voluntary program designed by the New York City Office of Emergency Management and the Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications to enhance New York City’s emergency public communications. It serves as the City of New York’s official source for information about emergency events and important city services, providing New Yorkers in all five boroughs with real-time updates on what they need to know, when they need to know it. Registration is free and simple. Users can choose to receive notifications by e-mail, SMS/text, and/or recorded telephone calls, and can request information related to specific ZIP codes. Notifications are also sent to OEM’s Twitter page and can be delivered to taxi drivers, or on electronic road signs operated by the Department of Transportation. Notify NYC has proven to be an invaluable tool in helping keep tens of thousands of New Yorkers informed about emergencies, school closings, transportation issues and other special events. To date, 69,361 New Yorkers have signed up to receive Notify NYC alerts. More than 1,200 messages have been disseminated, ensuring that New Yorkers receive the emergency information they consider to be significant. In sharing critical information with a community of participants, Notify NYC is an indispensable addition to the city’s emergency communications tools.

  7. UDOT Goes Hollywood: New Animation Techniques Engage and Educate Public

    This project was a 2013 John and Jane Public Competition winner. From TRB Committee ADA 60: In 2011, more than 200 roadway projects were under construction across the state of Utah. One of the most innovative was Utah’s first ThrU Turn Intersection (TTI) at 12300 South and State Street in Draper. To educate the public about Utah’s first TTI, UDOT implemented a variety of communication techniques. The central component of this communication effort involved the preparation of two instructional animation videos to explain the existing conditions, identify the benefits of the innovative new design, and demonstrate how to navigate the intersection. A post-construction video was prepared as a follow-up to communicate UDOT’s decision-making process and to highlight the safety, mobility, and economic growth benefits provided by the TTI.

  8. Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission

    This project won an honorable mention in the 2011 John and Jane Public Competition. From TRB Committee ADA 60: The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) recognized the need to plan for the evacuation of Transportation Needs Populations in central Ohio. In FY 2008, MORPC was awarded one of two grants awarded nationally to develop a regional evacuation and emergency preparedness plan for Transportation Needs Populations, and to serve as a benchmark for similar plans throughout the nation in the future. A framework was developed to allow the various emergency preparedness plans in the region to be coordinated and consistent with a regional strategy that focuses on the Transportation Needs Populations. The framework is not intended to replace existing private sector, governmental, or other local emergency preparedness plans. Rather, it is intended to enhance existing agency plans by identifying potential conflicts and providing improvement and coordination recommendations to specific agencies, thus greatly minimizing the potential dangers of miscommunication or inconsistencies between plans. The project goal was to create a seamless framework for the region that builds upon and supplements jurisdictional plans that are already in place.

  9. 2014 MoDOT Multimodal Operations Business Plan

    A report on the plans of MoDOT's Multimodal Operations division for the 2014 fiscal year, outlining strategies and expected needs, as well as how those needs will be met.
  10. February 19, 2015

    MoDOT Tracker 10 Year Anniversary News Release

    An article on the celebration of 10 Years of Performance Management with the Tracker tool at MoDOT. Tracker allows MoDOT to measure how well products and services are delivered to its customers and has made the department a national leader in the area of performance management. For more information about Tracker, and to download this quarter's report go to http://www.modot.org/about/Tracker.htm.