Performance Areas Project Delivery
- December 1, 2014
A set of project cards for projects of the Freeway Lifecycle Program. Project cards include project description, project benefits, schedule, traffic volume, and cost. Each card also has maps of the project site.
- August 1, 2014
This tool was created for TxDOT to assist the department's various departments, divisions and offices in managing and prioritizing projects. A scoring system was created for personnel to evaluate projects based on funding availability, project phasing and readiness, and how it fits within the department's strategic goals. The results inform future investments based on consistent assessment metrics, assisting decisions made by the legislature, department leadership, and state and local stakeholders
- November 14, 2014
This document provides a brief snapshot of all of ODOT's performance measures. In a clear format, each measure is associated with archived data, numeric goals, progress made, as well as any key complementary information associated with each measure. Links are provided to more detailed summary reports of each goal
- January 1, 2007
Updated on a monthly basis, this tool provides an of overview of how Virginia DOT is performing across several different areas, including road quality, safety, project delivery and funding. Archived data is provided to show trends over time.
- October 1, 2014
The MAPSS Scorecard is a two-page snapshot of the department’s key performance metrics for the most recent reporting period. The MAPSS Scoreboard includes how the system is trending and whether the department is meeting established targets.
- October 1, 2014
Including a two-page snapshot and narrative summary of WIDOT performance, this document provides detail on each MAPSS performance metric, including where they are, where they want to be, and how they plan to reach their targets.
- March 1, 2014
There are many common myths and misconceptions about transportation in Michigan, from why MDOT replaces "perfectly good" signs to why current funding levels aren't enough to keep roads and bridges in good condition. The Transportation Reality Check program takes on some of these myths, explains MDOT's performance across several categories, and why they do things the way they do. The campaign includes a website, social media presence, videos and fact sheets to illustrate its message and take-aways.
- March 10, 2010
This video series, aired on VDOT's YouTube channel since 2010, was created in reaction to a particularly harsh winter in 2010 that caused a large number of potholes for the department to repair. This campaign was designed to educate the public on how potholes form as well as to get people to report potholes using VDOT's website or toll-free number so that they can be repaired more quickly. The main message is "Help us help you."