The National Highway Institute (NHI) workshop titled, Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS): Concepts, Data Collection & Reporting Requirements, is a two-day workshop intended to provide advanced, in-depth, hands-on understanding of data collection and reporting requirements for HPMS. The workshop is designed to cover:
HPMS Program Background
The HPMS 2010+ Data Model
HPMS Data Collection and Reporting Requirements
Statistical Sampling Requirements; and
The HPMS Submittal Process
This two‐day workshop is intended for State DOT HPMS staff, including: Staff responsible for data collection, processing, analysis, and production of the annual HPMS submittal.
While primarily targeted for those responsible for the assembling the annual HPMS submittal, others who can benefit from this training are:
GIS staff responsible for developing/providing HPMS‐related data
Traffic data providers
Pavement data providers
Road Inventory data providers
MPO Staff who provide HPMS‐related data to State DOTs
Local agency staff that provides HPMS‐related data to their State DOT
This workshop is designed for those individuals seeking to obtain an understanding or expand their basic knowledge of the annual data collection and reporting requirements for HPMS. The material covered in this workshop is primarily based on requirements which were a product of the 2010+ Reassessment.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.