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Tri-State Transit Conference 2015 - Performance Based Planning

Panel on Performance Based Planning at the 2015 Tri-State Transit Conference. Panelist: Natallia Leuchanka, Strafford Regional Planning Commission. September 9, 2015.

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Transcript of Tri-State Transit Conference 2015 - Performance Based Planning

MPO Approach to Transportation Performance Based Planning in New Hampshire
The Collaborative
DOTs establish targets within 1 yr after Rulemaking
MPOs establish targets within 180 days after DOTs

Introduction
What

Who

MAP-21 requirement to track national performance measures & set targets within 7 National Goals
DOTs and MPOs
How
&
Why

“[MPOs]…, in cooperation with the State and public transportation operators, shall develop long-range transportation plans and transportation improvement programs through a performance-driven, outcome-based approach to planning.” 23 USC Section 134(c)(1); 49 USC Section 5303(c)(1).
When
So how are the MPOs in New Hampshire approaching this???
The NH MPO Strategy
Trend Analysis, Target Setting, Strategy Development

From…
Top 10
Project Prioritization & Programming
Specific applications of performance measures and PBP
Top 10
Data & Modeling Accuracy, Reliability, & Limitations
Data Availability
Data Collection, Processing, & Maintenance
Data Updates & Frequency
Common
barriers / concerns / challenges
Assess YOUR situation
Priorities, needs, stakeholders, resources, mandates, context, etc.
So, WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW???
Panelist: Natallia Leuchanka
Tri-State Transit Conference
Panel on Performance Based Planning
Mill Falls, Lake Meredith, NH
September 9, 2015

Interagency Performance Based Planning WorkGroup
Establish a common framework
Develop an interagency list of measures
Share resources
Collaborate
Conduct a qualitative stakeholder assessment
Seek $$$ (SHRP2)
step-by-step
Phase I
Phase II
Phase III
Phase IV
Phase V
Qualitative Stakeholder & Context Assessment
Evaluation Criteria
&
Measure Selection
Methodology Assessment
&
Selection
Measure Calculation
25
86
~
50
groups / agencies / organizations
interviews and/or group discussions
With….
individuals
Strengthened Partnerships &
Collaboration
Increased Transparency & Accountability
Cross Agency Consistency
Identify Flaws in Current System
Influence Funding & Investment
Self Evaluation
Communication & Public Engagement
Identify Areas of Needs & Gaps
Redirect Resources
Understanding & Ensuring Relevancy to NH Scales - State, MPOs, Rural RPCs, & Municipalities
Effective Communication, Education, & Outreach
Funding & Investments
Breaking Political & Bureaucratic Barriers
Adapting Measures & PBP Framework to Regional Nuances & Needs
Public Perception
Control-Influence Over Measure Outcomes & Trends
State Support & Understanding of Regional or Contextual Reality
Data & Calculation Related
Collaboration & Partnerships
Reach out to your stakeholders
Establish TWO-WAY communication.
Collaborate with partners
Build relationships and work together (power in numbers).
Thank you!
For more information:
Natallia Leuchanka
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
150 Wakefield St., Suite 12
Rochester, NH
nleuchanka@strafford.org
Work within your means
SMART and feasible measures
Consider your agency's resources, time, staff, etc. needed to collect & analyze data.
Know your audience
Develop measures that are meaningful and understandable.
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