OMS-CFTPG: Transportation Funding & Preformance Measures
Thursday, February 4, 2016
noon - 2 p.m. EST
Orlando, FL, United States
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Funcing--that's what all transprtation planners need! This session will focus on long term funding sources for surface transporation! The session will include training on FDOT's performance measures and how those can be utilized in your local jurisdiction. additionally planners. And if that is not enough, planners will be informed via survey updates related to potential improvments to FDOT's Model Action Item Plan--this information can be used for the MPOs required performance measures.
Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act “FAST Act”
S. Clifton Tate, Jr, P.E., Sr. Vice President, Kimley-Horn
After 10 years and 36 short term extensions, we finally have a
long term funding source for surface transportation in the United
States. This presentation will review the major elements of the bill
identified by FHWA and FTA, with a focus on how it affects
transportation planning for MPOs and FDOT. It will also highlight
the major differences between FAST Act and MAP-21.
FDOT Performance Measurement Update
W. David Lee, P.E., Administrator, Statewide Planning and Policy
Analysis Office of Policy Planning Florida Department of
This presentation will provide an update on the Florida
Department of Transportation’s extensive use of performance
measures. It will cover the FDOT Performance-Based Planning
and Programming Process, the annual Performance Report, federal
performance reporting, asset management, and collaboration
opportunities with FDOT’s planning partners.
Central Florida Regional Planning Model – A New Beginning
Jason Learned, Planning & Environmental Management Office,
Florida Department of Transportation – District Five
The results of the FDOT Model Action Item Plan survey of
customers for potential improvements to the model will be
presented. The status of the recommendations will be provided as
to the improvements that have already been implemented into the
model and those that are currently being worked on. In addition,
how the model output and reporting can be used for the MPO
required Performance Measures will be discussed.
W. David Lee, P.E.
S. Clifton Tate, Jr., P.E.