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AMPO Conference 2015 - Performance Based Planning (11/6/15 update)

Panel on Performance Measures at the 2015 Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO) Annual Conference. Panelist: Natallia Leuchanka, Strafford Regional Planning Commission. October 21, 2015. Presentation material updated on 11/6/2015.

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Transcript of AMPO Conference 2015 - Performance Based Planning (11/6/15 update)

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…
applications of performance measures and PBP
Assess YOUR situation
Priorities, needs, stakeholders, resources, mandates, context.
So, WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW???
Panelist: Natallia Leuchanka
AMPO Conference
Panel on Performance Measures
Clark County, Nevada
October 21, 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
Common
barriers / concerns / challenges
Effective Communication, Education, & Outreach
Funding & Investments
Public Perception
Data Availability and Access
[Federal] Understanding & Ensuring Relevancy to NH Scales - State, MPOs, Rural RPCs, & Municipalities
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 resources, time, staff needed to collect & analyze data.
Know your audience
Develop measures that are meaningful and understandable.
Build on Common Goals
Identify and focus on common goals; build off mutual benefits.
General
Inductive
Approach to Analysis and Interpretation

DATA
THEORY
Raw data (not a hypothesis) guides the process and findings.
Semi-structured
interviews
"Snowball effect" of seeking out participants
Verbatim
interview
transcriptions
help ensure validity and reduce researcher bias
Qualitatively analyze the raw data (interviews)
Qualitative data analysis is
critical thinking

Use of NVivo Qualitative Analysis
software
to derive
meaningful
segments & concepts from
raw data
(interview text)
Coding
= identify and label passages of text related to particular research objectives or themes
Specific Codes
Categories
Concepts
The Social science approach
Codes
are created as
Nodes
(buckets of text of a particular theme/concept)
START HERE
Queries
ACTIVE reading
of transcripts, NOT passive
"reading between the lines"
Reading a love letter
often involves...
So, what are some things that we are seeing?
What are our stakeholders talking about?
Meaningfulness of Measures
Efficiency, Utilizing Current Resources, Removing Redundancy
Decision-making related to measures
Control & Influence over Measure Outcomes/Trends
State Support & Understanding of Local/Regional Realities
Collaboration & Partnerships
Breaking Political & Bureaucratic Barriers
network SOCIOgram
What does the stakeholder network look like?

How are stakeholders connected?

Who is in the core workgroup?

How can we improve the network?
We are tasked to collaborate in everything we do
Adapting Measures & Performance Based Planning Framework to Regional Nuances & Needs
Most Frequently Mentioned by Stakeholders
Increased Transparency
&
Accountability
Redirect Resources
Cross Agency Consistency
Identify Areas of Needs
&
Gaps
Self Evaluation
Project Prioritization & Programming
Communication
&
Public Engagement
Influence Funding
&
Investment
Legislative Change
&
Support
Develop Recommendation, Strategies, Implementation Actions for Improvement
Discover New
&
Emerging Patterns
Most Frequently Mentioned by Stakeholders
Iterative process
Example of ACTIVE reading?
8 Major Clusters
Data/Modeling Accuracy, Reliability, and Limitations
Lack of Central Clearinghouse & System
High Cost of Data Collection
Data Updates & Frequency
Data Collection, Processing, and Maintenance
Similarities in words and language clustered together across interviewed groups
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