Improve average travel time during peak periods by X percent by year Y.

Associated Performance Measures

Average travel time during peak periods (minutes).

Service Packages that Support the Objective

CVO06-Freight Signal Priority
PT02-Transit Fixed-Route Operations
PT09-Transit Signal Priority
PT14-Multi-modal Coordination
PT18-Integrated Multi-Modal Electronic Payment
ST06-HOV/HOT Lane Management
TI03-Dynamic Route Guidance
TI04-Infrastructure-Provided Trip Planning and Route Guidance
TI06-Dynamic Ridesharing and Shared Use Transportation
TI07-In-Vehicle Signage
TM03-Traffic Signal Control
TM04-Connected Vehicle Traffic Signal System
TM05-Traffic Metering
TM06-Traffic Information Dissemination
TM07-Regional Traffic Management
TM08-Traffic Incident Management System
TM09-Integrated Decision Support and Demand Management
TM10-Electronic Toll Collection
TM15-Railroad Operations Coordination
TM16-Reversible Lane Management
TM18-Drawbridge Management
TM20-Variable Speed Limits
TM21-Speed Harmonization
TM22-Dynamic Lane Management and Shoulder Use
VS08-Queue Warning
VS09-Reduced Speed Zone Warning / Lane Closure
VS10-Restricted Lane Warnings
VS11-Oversize Vehicle Warning
VS12-Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety
VS15-Infrastructure Enhanced Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control
VS16-Automated Vehicle Operations

Associated Goals

Improve the efficiency of the surface transportation system

Planning Factors

G. Promote efficient system management and operation;

Source

Planning for Operations Desk Reference



 
Since the mapping between objectives and service packages is not always straight-forward and often situation-dependent, these mappings should only be used as a starting point. Users should do their own analysis to identify the best service packages for their region.