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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. September 23, 2016

    Missouri DOT Transportation Funding

    This infographic shares information on the sources of transportation funding for Missouri DOT, as well as how the agency spends their money. The infographic is based on statistics from Fiscal Year 2015.

  3. FREIGHTWORKS: Southern California Delivers the Goods

    This project was a 2014 John and Jane Public Competition winner. From TRB Committee ADA 60: The six-county region represented by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) includes the nation’s largest container port complex; the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach; key land ports-of-entry between California and Baja California, Mexico; and over 830 million square feet of warehousing space served by an extensive network of highways and rail mainlines. To highlight the importance of investing in the transportation system to transport goods, SCAG developed the following communication materials: Video: “Southern California Delivers the Goods” that highlights how imported goods are transported from one mode to the other through an extensive transportation network, while undergoing multiple handling processes before arriving at a store shelf. Infographic: “BY THE NUMBERS: Goods Movement in Southern California” that provides interesting facts about goods movement activities in Southern California.

  4. Electric Highway Vehicle Chargers in Oregon

    Interact with data about the location and usage of Electric Vehicle chargers.

  5. Oregon Bridges

    Oregon’s state highway system contains more than 2,700 bridges. (The state’s cities and counties own about another 4,000.) More than half of the state highway bridges were built in the 1950s and ‘60s; these bridges are 50 to 65 years old. “If these bridges were people, we’d be throwing retirement parties for them,” said Bruce Johnson, Oregon State Bridge Engineer. “Instead, we’re asking them to carry more traffic at higher speeds and heavier weights.” “Healthy bridges are critical to Oregon’s economy and our lifestyle,” said Matthew Garrett, ODOT Director. “They connect communities; they link lives. We cannot let those bonds break. We must be willing to make the necessary strategic investments.” Maintaining good bridges is critical to a strong economy and to preserving safe and reliable travel. Deteriorated bridges can impede mobility and force trucks to detour, costing businesses time and money. Measuring the current health of Oregon’s bridge population enables the Oregon Department of Transportation to track conditions over time to determine bridge rehabilitation and replacement needs.
  6. June 1, 2015

    Selecting the Right Data and Tools for Performance-Based Planning Under the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)

  7. June 1, 2015

    Federal Highway Freight Data

  8. June 1, 2015

    Still Making Decisions Based on Assumptions? The Benefits of Big Data Analytics and Visualization

  9. January 11, 2016

    VTrans Annual Report 2016
    VTrans Fact Book 2016

    The VTrans Annual Report provides an agency-wide perspective on transportation system operations, conditions, performance and more. Distinguished by a strong graphical approach to data displays, the report presents ample contextual information to serve as a valuable resource to the general public as well as agency and legislative staff.

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