Performance Measure
Agency
Measure Name
Number of congestion-related hours of delay experienced per traveler, per year, on state highways in Northern Virginia.
Measure Last Modified
Sep 15 2014 03:57
Measure Last Published
Jun 06 2017 03:25
Measure Status
Active
Data Source and Calculation
The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) produces its Urban Mobility Report (UMR) on an annual basis with a one to two year data lag. As part of their UMR report, TTI provides information for each major metropolitan area on the extra travel time that travelers spend in their cars each year due to the impact of congestion in each area. Since TTI does not specifically segregate Northern Virginia in their UMR reporting, results for the Washington DC area are used as a proxy. Results are presented here as Annual Hours of Delay, based on the data year from each report, and also presented to the public via the VDOT Dashboard.  For more information on TTI’s UMR program and methodologies, please visit their website at http://mobility.tamu.edu/
Enterprise Priorities and Strategies
Enterprise InitiativeEnterprise PriorityEnterprise Strategy
TransportationPrioritizationDevelop a transparent, data-driven prioritization model to help determine allocations of transportation funding and ensure ongoing accountability
Associated Service Areas
SA CodeSA Name
60404Transportation Operations Services
Measure ID50160404.002.007
Measure ClassOther Agency
Measure TypeOutcome
Year TypeCalendar
Preferred TrendDecrease
FrequencyAnnually
Statistical UnitNumber
Baseline and Targets
Target NameDateResultNote
Baseline12/31/200373Hours of delay as provided in the 2012 Urban Mobility Report (TTI UMR) published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information on 2003 results.
Short Target 201812/31/201876Hours of delay as provided in the most recent TTI UMR with information for that year
Long Target 202012/31/202076Hours of delay as provided in the most recent TTI UMR with information for that year
Measure Results
YearResultExplanatory Note
200376.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200478.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200581.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200683.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200784.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200886.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
200985.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
201085.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
201184.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
201283.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
201382.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
201482.00Hours of delay as provided in the most recent Urban Mobility Report published by the Texas Transportation Institute with information for this year.
2015Texas Transportation Institute's (TTI) 2015 Urban Mobility Report (UMR) provided 2014 results. Results for 2015 are not anticipated until 2017. Recommend transition to new measure once FHWA requirements are established.
2016Texas Transportation Institute's (TTI) 2015 Urban Mobility Report (UMR) provided 2014 results. Results for 2016 are not anticipated until 2018. Recommend transition to new measure once FHWA requirements are established.
2017Texas Transportation Institute's (TTI) 2015 Urban Mobility Report (UMR) provided 2014 results. Results for 2017 are not anticipated until 2019. Recommend transition to new measure once FHWA requirements are established.
2018
- Run Date: 10/22/2017 05:10:20